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.
As part of the fanfare surrounding the release of his new album Welcome to the Fishbowl, country superstar Kenny Chesney is performing a free show tonight smack dab on the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Chesney was reportedly looking to perform on a boardwalk and had considered Seaside Heights, but he decided on Wildwood after visiting the beach there.
Rapper Jay-Z joined Mayor Michael Nutter on Monday morning atop the steps of the Philadelphia art museum to announce a two-day music festival coming to Philadelphia in September.
Pop star Beyonce is adding a fourth concert at Atlantic City’s Revel casino resort, this one on May 28th.
Just days after her performance at Super Bowl XLVI, legendary pop artist Madonna has announced that her 2012 North American Tour will kick off at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be hitting the road soon for the “Wrecking Ball” tour.
Attention country music fans: The Rascal Flatts are here in concert this weekend, and it’s much more than a concert! For more info on the band, click here.
Fourth of July in Philadelphia wouldn’t be complete without a variety of activities along the Ben Franklin Parkway.