Regardless of what genre tickles your ear buds, this city is large enough to be built on rock ‘n’ roll and then some. Here are the top five places to discover new music in the city.
On Black Friday night, Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers reunite to headline at the Electric Factory.
See Lightpoint Band’s performance.
In addition to the party rockers behind the decks in the clubs, there are a number of local DJs that are available to make your special event a memorable one. Check out this list of Philadelphia’s top DJs, who are blowing the roofs off of everything from nightclubs to house parties.
The free festival will run from noon until 7:30 Saturday night, with two stages, one at Cecil B. Moore near Broad and the other along Cecil B. near 17th.
Looking for a spot where you can watch local bands, sit at a tap table and serve yourself or keep your own personal bottle of Grand Marnier on reserve?
This summer promises a series of musical events in every genre, from multi-day festivals to one-night shows.
Pull on your cowboy boots and grab that Stetson, because Philadelphia is about to surprise you with the country soul no one knew it had!
Whether you’re looking for a concert, dance party or an after-hours hangout spot, these popular spots for the under 21 crowd will steer you in the right direction.
These piano bars will give you a much more satisfying sing-a-long than crooning along to the radio in your car.
These bars have summertime offerings that will make you think twice about heading to the shore for the weekend.
These Philadelphia nightlife spots that will park your car for you just might challenge the idea that valet parking is a luxury service.
Tired of the same old, same old? This weekend, ditch the usual happy hour or crowded nightclub routine and check out the unique variety of venues and events that Philladelphians have come to love.
Sports fans know that when it’s time to watch the finals, the best place to be part of the action and feel part of the experience is at one of Philly’s area sports bars.
Moshcam is a free app that features over 1,200 hours of live music from a wide variety of bands.
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