Your guide to Philly's diverse creative scene, nightlife, music, food & more
Thursday, July 21
Ridge Avenue & Huntingdon Drive (near 33rd Street in Fairmount Park)
Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, founders of Philadelphia International Records and The Sound of Philadelphia (TSOP) have written and produced over 170 gold and platinum records over the course of their decades-old partnership. Join hands on the “Love Train” as some of TSOP’s brightest stars pay tribute to these musical pioneers at the 50th Anniversary Tribute to Philadelphia International Records and Philly treasures Gamble and Huff.
The Box Office opens on May 25. Check out Dell East Music Center for more information.
Foxtail Fest When: Saturday, September 20, Where: District N9NE, 460 N 9th Street Cost: Early Bird: $25-50 | Regular: $30-60 More info: Click here. Back for a second year, Foxtail Fest lands in Philly on September 20 for another round of musical aweseomess. This year, Top Dawg Entertainment's recording…
Calle 13 When: Saturday, September 27, 8 p.m. Where: The Kimmel Center, Broad & Spruce Streets Cost: $40-50 More Info: Click here. Winners of a record-breaking 19 Latin GRAMMYs and two US GRAMMYs, Latin music sensation Calle 13 is landing at The Kimmel Center on Saturday, September 27. Known…
NAS: Time Is Illmatic Tour When: Monday, October 16, 8 p.m. Where: The Keswick Theater, 291 N Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA Cost: $37-79 More Info: Click here to buy tickets. This fall, Nas is hitting the road for a US tour, performing music from the project that launched his…