Called “Bloom,” the festival will feature more than 100 acts on five stages, including Pretty Lights, Dillon Francis, G-Eazy, 3Lau and Machine Gun Kelly.
The lineup released Tuesday is led by Kings of Leon and the Killers. Other acts include Morrissey, Snoop Dogg, Foster the People and Modest Mouse.
Jay-Z knew you were looking for one last summer blowout before heading back to school. He has teamed up, once again, with Budweiser to bring his insane Made in America tour to the Ben Franklin Parkway at Eakins Oval, in Philly.
Spring is in the air and you know what that means…it’s festival season! And on Saturday, May 3rd it’ll be eight blocks of food, music, art and much more when the South Street Spring Festival returns for a second year.
The Ben Franklin Parkway is the focus of the music world this weekend as Jay-Z and friends rock the Art Museum steps with Made in America.
In the first-of-its-kind Made in America Music Festival up to 50,000 people packed the Ben Franklin Parkway, but over the last 24 hours, police have scaled back the number of officers.
The two-day music festival is taking over the parkway and putting Philadelphia at the center of the music universe.
The true economic impact of the Made In America concert won’t be known for a few weeks, but the concert is already proving profitable for hotels in the city.
It may be weeks until the city knows how much it will cost to put on this weekend’s Made In America Music festival along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Whether you rough it in the campgrounds or make a quick day trip, the 51st Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival has a lineup that will keep your feet—I mean, clogs—stomping.
This summer promises a series of musical events in every genre, from multi-day festivals to one-night shows.
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.
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.