Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk says Matthew Shields, 23, of Westville, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Monday.
Arcade Fire is asking fans to “dress up” when they attend the band’s concert in March.
Itzhak Perlman returns to Philadelphia to perform with The Philadelphia Orchestra in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center.
Though originally scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night concert, Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin will instead lead the orchestra at Verizon Hall.
Jay Z dedicates ’99 Problems’ to Charlie Manuel during his concert at Citizen’s Bank Park
With autumn around the corner many people are desperately clutching to the remaining days of summer. Take some time to indulge in these five summer activities to ease the seasonal transition.
Back in the 1950s, a tall, lean Texan named Van Cliburn beat all pianists, including Russia’s best in the world, in Moscow.
Camden County officials have announced that Thursday night’s Cooper River concert has been cancelled.
City Council members are worried that this summer’s second Made in America concert on the Ben Franklin Parkway will result in major damage to a nearby ball field. The Nutter Administration says not to worry.
The Rolling Stones have announced that they will add an additional concert date in Philadelphia for their “50 and Counting” tour.
The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office says 21-year-old Matthew Shields of Westville is now charged with aggravated manslaughter.
Authorities say a southern New Jersey man who was seriously injured in a fight outside a Jimmy Buffett concert in Camden this week has died.
Many Madonna fans are wondering if the “Material Girl” owns a watch after she took the stage late in Philadelphia Tuesday evening.
This summer promises a series of musical events in every genre, from multi-day festivals to one-night shows.