In just a couple weeks, she’ll be performing for a hometown crowd at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia
From classical to jazz, there are many concerts scheduled for the spring in Philadelphia to choose from.
The 16th annual Running of the Santas mega festival takes place on Saturday, December 7th in Philadelphia. Organizers are hoping to get a record breaking 10,000 participants this year.
Philadelphia has produced many top-ranked musical performers throughout the years. Here are five places that offer live music on the cheap.
Delaware Valley music fans are in for a treat on April 27th, when The Hooters make a rare appearance at the Electric Factory.
Even those who aren’t Irish can revel in the splendor and magic of the night in Philadelphia with these top bars to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2013.
Councilman Mark Squilla says he lacks clarification on whether a wall wrap on the old Electric Factory building would, as opponents claimed, jeopardize federal highway funding.
Mayor Nutter has vetoed a bill that would have allowed the owner of the old Electric Factory bill to drape electronic advertising on the building’s sides. But, the idea may not yet be dead.
It’s time to look forward to the excitement that a new year brings, and this includes a whole slew of concerts.
Police are investigating nine possible overdoses at a Center City concert venue.
On Black Friday night, Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers reunite to headline at the Electric Factory.
The long-running battle over outdoor advertising on the old Electric Factory site at 7th and Callowhill Streets is returning to City Council.
When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band come to perform at Citizens Bank Park on September 3-4, they’ll become the first live act to perform in every possible major live venue in Philadelphia.
First District councilman Frank DiCicco, in his final Council meeting before retiring, wasn’t surprised to receive the mayor’s veto of the bill that would have changed the zoning to allow the wall wrap ad.
Plans for a large “wall wrap” billboard on a building that faces Vine Street Expressway prompted debate Tuesday in City Council.