North Star Bar
Punk music originated in the late 1970s and, even though its heyday was in the 1980s, is still alive and well today.
If you’re looking for a real scare this week, or just want to hear some original Jamaican tunes man, get yourself into the 80’s mindset (just the mindset though, no one wants to see you in your Zumba’s) and head over to North Star Bar.
It’s no good sitting alone in your room. Instead, go hear the music play at a Philadelphia cabaret.
Many venues around Philly offer weeknight shows for those looking to have some fun and see great performances after a long day at work.
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.
Being in a big city has its perks, and one of them is an abundance of live music. Most major acts and plenty of minor ones make stops in Philly. Here are a few of our favorite places to catch a show.
In a city rich with musical heritage, there have always been plenty of rock bars, clubs and fans in Philadelphia to support local music and venues.