Fido’s Festival USA, an all-inclusive fair for pups of all breeds and their human parents, is setting up at the Salem County Fairgrounds in Woodstown on Sept. 22 and 23.
Philadelphia is amping up its arts scene this September with the return of the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe!
Philadelphia is often thought of as a place to visit only for its historical significance, but as the nation’s fifth-largest city, it has much more to offer than that, including a thriving arts and culture scene.
Summer is half over, but there are still tons of exciting events coming up in Philadelphia this August. Take your pick from the list and enjoy!
For a night out that’s more interesting than an air-conditioned movie theater followed by some sweaty grappling in the front seat your dad’s Buick (but still might earn you some of that!), check out our list of summer first date ideas in Philly.
Kick back, relax, and enjoy the long days and warm nights at one of the many festivals celebrating Philly pride, music, culture, and food.
Funerary violins, an un-dead puppeteer and a horror-filled burlesque show. It might sound morbid, but that’s the point.
The Roots Picnic is underway this weekend here at Festival Pier.
From the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival to Delaware River Day to the Italian Market Fest—to name just a few!—there’s a slew of fun activities to hit up, all within driving distance.
Starting April 27th, the city will celebrate the culture of Mexico and the growing Mexican population here in Philadelphia with an eight-week festival of food, performances, exhibits, film screenings, tours, lectures and more.
Liz Kelley spoke to Ukee about the science behind air and movement in honor of the Philadelphia Science Festival.
The Philadelphia Science Festival hits the city on April 20th and runs until April 29th.
Spring has sprung, and there are a number of festivals in the Philadelphia area where you can celebrate longer days, warmer weather and flowers blooming around the region with your family and friends.