Saturday, August 16th marked the first annual Lancaster Avenue Day hosted by Lancaster Avenue 21st Century Business Association (LA21). The summer festival featured live art, face painters, drums, spoken word and even horse rides.
The Food Trust’s Night Market Philadelphia Street Food Festival is back and is bringing over 80 vendors and entertainers to Lancaster Avenue tonight! Night Market will span from 35th to 39th on Lancaster Avenue from 6:00-10:00pm.
Wednesday, August 13 from 6-9pm, marks the return of the concert in the park series. After showcasing acclaimed and emerging artists for more than 24 years, Philadelphia Weekly is proud to bring you some of Philly’s best talent.
We love a good pop-up park, but the new Frankford Pause is a game changer. Debuting in Spring 2015, Frankford Pause, a pop-up hot pink park will be built on a vacant lot next to the Margaret – Orthodox Station.
The world’s only festival based solely on real-life stories and events is back! Fringe Arts announced their 2014 line-up, and now First Person Arts is right on their heels, giving us a sneak peek at what they have in store! This year’s festival place November 4-15, 2014.
On October 4, 2013, we launched STAMP: The Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Family Teen Program, which grants all Philadelphia teens, aged 14-19, free access to 12 museums and attractions. The goal for Year 1 of the program was to have 1,000 teens sign up, and we achieved this in the first week and the sign-ups continue to roll in! As we head into our second year, we are pleased to announce that more than 11,000 teens from neighborhoods across Philadelphia have signed up for a STAMP Pass!
This fall the gubernatorial candidates will participate in three debates throughout the Commonwealth and we are working to ensure that arts, culture and other quality of life issues are included in the discussion.