The summer sun and Delaware River made for a perfect back drop to the traditional Indian music and dancing going on on the stage.
South Street will come alive the first weekend in May as one of the largest festivals of the year in the area returns.
Musikfest has been striking up the bands for 31 years, growing into a musical main event, and attracting over a million visitors from across the country.
Festivals, food, family and, of course, fireworks — all of these are major parts of Fourth of July weekend. And for many people, you can add the beach to that list.
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Chestnut Hill is hosting the third annual Harry Potter Festival on Germantown Avenue.
The two day music festival is back for a second year, and it’s just as jam-packed as it was in 2012, with 36 acts that will perform on three stages along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Some of your favorite restaurants and food trucks have set up shop at Penn’s Landing this weekend for the annual Taste of Philadelphia event.
Gourmet food trucks lined Main Street in Manayunk Saturday for a street and food festival.
Learn more about Iron Chef Jose Garces and PIFA.
There are several festivals going on in the city Saturday including the sixth annual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration in Franklin Square Park.
More than 20,000 are expected in Georgetown this weekend for the annual Delmarva Chicken Festival.
The theme of this year’s celebration is “Let’s Have Some Serious Fun” with over 100 artists, writers, editors, publishers, scholars, spoken-word artists, playwrights, and filmmakers.
Walnut Street was closed for the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival on Saturday.
The PIFA street festival that filled Broad Street with people and performers all day saved the best for last. An aerial ballet of dancers and artists hung 150 feet above the ground, displaying a choreographed show that stunned thousands who watched from below.