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20,000 roaring Sixers fans gave AI the standing ovation he earned by stamping himself as one of the franchise’s all-time greats.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus presents LEGENDS! performances have been cancelled Thursday night at 7 p.m. and Friday at 10:30 a.m.
The announcement was made the same day the Eagles received top honors on PETA’s list of the Top Five Vegetarian-Friendly NFL Stadiums.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – While Eagles fans were celebrating the team’s second straight win, a 27-13 thrashing of the Green Bay Packers, Justin Timberlake was taking shots at those very same fans. During his show at […]
Spencer Hawes scored 24 points and hit the winning basket late in the fourth quarter to lead the Philadelphia 76ers past the Miami Heat 114-110 on Wednesday night.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” concert scheduled for Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed.
You’ve already spent a ton of cash on a concert ticket — so why would you want to thow away another couple hundred bucks? That’s the question being asked at the Wells Fargo Center and other venues, which are witnessing the start of what could be a new trend.
It was announced Sunday that the Flyers will be the host Club of next year’s NHL Draft.
A Montgomery County staffing solutions and recruiting firm is teaming up with the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football team in late June in an effort to get more veterans into the workforce.
This weekend, the men’s and women’s NCAA lacrosse titles will be awarded here. The collegiate rugby championship is up next in June.
The Harvest Crusade, based in Riverside, California, announced Thursday it will bring its message of hope and faith to the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia on September 28 and 29th.
A website dedicated to “optimizing the experience of attending live sporting events” has ranked the Wells Fargo Center as one of the top NBA arenas in 2013.
The Rolling Stones have announced that they will add an additional concert date in Philadelphia for their “50 and Counting” tour.
The NCAA Tournament is in town this weekend for rounds two and three at the Wells Fargo Center.
“We’re probably looking at an economic impact of eight to ten million dollars,” says Larry Needle, executive director of the Philadelphia Sports Congress.