Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are our top picks…there’s something for everyone in and around the Philadelphia area!

Put A Cork In Beer Week

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Well you know what I meant. Beer week is coming to an end here in Philadelphia. The week long celebration started on June 3, and ends this Sunday. Here are some ways to mark the conclusion of this sudsy holiday.

Fishtown FestivALE

This festival is every beer lover’s dream. It combines beer and food. Put together by restaurants throughout the area, this celebration is an outdoor day-long carnival that features live music and more.

Goose Island Block Party at Alla Spina

If you’ve never been to this cozy quaint spot near Spring Garden Street then there’s probably no better time than now. The restaurant features great craft beers and is the perfect last stop on your journey through beer week. Enjoy street food by Chef Matty Matheson (Parts and Labour and host of Dead Set on Life on Viceland), treats by Big Gay Ice Cream, and an outrageous beer list by Goose Island!

Philadelphia Latino Film Festival

Kimmel Center
300 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA

The region’s only film festival designed to showcase emerging and established Latino and Latin American film makers kicks off Friday. The Festival features roughly two dozen feature-length films, shorts and documentaries with a purpose of bringing a different point of view to the big screen. For more information check out Cherri Gregg’s preview of the famed festival.

Philly Pride Parade and Festival

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13th and Locust Street

Don’t miss this once in a year colorful prideful extravaganza. The parade starts in the Gayborhood neighborhood and ends in South Philadelphia. It’s no coincidence the parade takes place during International Gay and Lesbian Pride Month.
Copa America Centenario

Copa America USA View of football fans during a Copa America Centenario football match between the USA and Costa Rica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on June 7, 2016. / AFP / Tasos Katopodis

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Lincoln Financial Field
1 Lincoln Financial Field Way
Philadelphia, PA

Like Soccer… I mean “football”? We’ll you’re in luck, the United States Men’s National team will play Paraguay on Saturday. Copa America Centenario is an international men’s soccer tournament. The City of Brotherly Love is one of only 10 U.S cities hosting the tournament that usually plays in South America.

Philadelphia Magic Gardens

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1020 South Street
Philadelphia, PA

While open all summer long for one week only it’s FREE! The Philadelphia Magic Gardens is giving free admission to locals. The multi floor outdoor museum is infamous for its outdoor art installation and indoor galleries. The space was created using items you wouldn’t see in a traditional museum. The special starts this Sunday, June 5 through Friday, June 10th.

Chinese Lantern Festival

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Franklin Square
200 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA

This is the Philadelphia Lantern Festival’s last weekend here in the City of Brotherly Love. If you haven’t already been, this is the perfect time to go. The festival has 25 larger-than-life displays of flowers, Chinese dragon, three-story pagoda and more.

For New Jerseyans….

Lighthouse International Film Festival

Movie cards were commonplace in the early days of film. (Credit: Getty Images)

Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences
120 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach Township, NJ

Long Beach Island is showing that it’s so much more than sun and fun. Residents looking to see the beach in a different light can go and enjoy a weekend of films, on beautiful Long Beach Island. Award-winning, cutting edge, international independent films, networking, parties, special events and more will take place all weekend long.