The Peach Music Festival 2017 will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA. We highly recommend getting to The Peach by carpool. Not only will you help the environment, but you will also be helping The Peach by keeping the land in better shape and the festival less crowded with cars!
The City of Scranton
Located in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania. Scranton is the county seat of Lackawanna County and the largest principal city in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre metropolitan area. Scranton had a population of 76,089 in 2010, according to the U.S. Census, making it Pennsylvania’s sixth-most-populous city after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, and Reading.
Scranton is within three hours driving distance from Newark Int’l Airport in New Jersey, JFK Int’l Airport and LaGuardia Int’l Airport in New York City, and Philadelphia Int’l Airport in Philadelphia. The main highways that serve Scranton are Interstate 81, which runs north to Binghamton, New York and Ontario and south to Harrisburg and Tennessee; Interstate 84, which runs east to Milford and New England; Interstate 380, which runs southeast to Mount Pocono and Interstate 80 east to New York City and west to San Francisco; Interstate 476/Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension, which runs south to Allentown and Philadelphia; U.S. Route 6, which runs east to Carbondale and parallel to I-84 to New England and west to Erie; and U.S. Route 11, which runs parallel to I-81.
The city of Scranton, PA is located about 20 minutes north of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport in Avoca. The airport recently added a new terminal, and operates daily flights to Atlanta, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia and Charlotte. Rental cars are available from Avis, Budget, Hertz, National and Alamo at the terminal.
Martz Trailways and Greyhound Lines provide coach bus transportation from its downtown station to New York City, Philadelphia and other points in the northeast.