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Duafe Holistic Hair Care Owner Syreeta Scott Gives Back With The First Annual Community Collaborative, Saturday, August 15

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 31, 2015
    • Philly 360 Creative Ambassador Syreeta Scott
      • Philly 360 Creative Ambassador Syreeta Scott
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Syreeta Scott

Philly’s go-to expert for all things pertaining to natural hair care, Syreeta Scott is the owner of one of the most successful natural salons in the country, Duafe Holistic Hair Care. With an impressive list of clients that include notable celebs like Jill Scott, Janet Jackson, Questlove and Smokie Robinson, Syreeta works tirelessly around the clock as she continues to build her empire.

On Thursday, August 15, Duafe and Around the Way Curls host a massive, daylong community giveback, First Annual Community Collaborative, in the heart of North Philadelphia.

Held from 1 to 5 p.m., Scott will present the Community Collaborative at at Panati Recreation Center of Allegheny West. A free community-focused festival will present programs from other local entrepreneurs, artists and activists with the mission of igniting change within North Philadelphia. The day will be filled with food, games, music, speakers, vendors and more.

    • KRT Tees Vs. Tanks
      • KRT Tees Vs. Tanks
      • Photo Credit: Ricky Codio / Courtesy of KRT

Along with music by DJ Lean Wit It and art-making by Ivben Taqiy, the First Annual Community Collaborative includes the return of the Tees vs. Tanks Basketball Tournament with Kings Rule Together founder Curran J. This signature Philly event pits local brands against each other for a friendly game of ball while onlookers shop their products.

So, come out and support these Philly-born entrepreneurs and brands as they bring it back home and invest in their hometown neighborhoods and businesses.

Duafe Presents: First Annual Community Collaborative
When: Saturday, August 15, 1 - 5 p.m.
Where:  Panati Recreation Center, 3100 N. 22nd Street
Cost: Free
More Info: Click here.

Philly 360° Guide: BlackStar Film Festival Returns For The Fourth Year Of Screenings, Panels, Parties & More, July 31-August 2

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 29, 2015
    • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of BlackStar

This Thursday, July 30, BlackStar Film Festival, the brainchild of Philly 360° Creative Ambassador Maori Holmes, kicks off its four-day celebration of independent black cinema.

Attracting movie-lovers, filmmakers, directors and actors from around the country, BlackStar shines a light on the full range of contemporary black films that are currently being produced around the world.

Now in its fourth year in Philadelphia, BlackStar runs through Sunday, August 2 with screenings of more than 60 films and a host of panel discussions, workshops and free events that explore life through the lens of the global black experience.

Returning to West Philadelphia again in 2015, the popular festival presents its core programming at two University City-based cultural hubs: International House Philadelphia and the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.

If you’re looking for what’s now — and next — in black filmmaking, then make sure to check out this Philadelphia-born cinematic fête over the weekend.

Read on for our guide to the festival.

The Films

The BlackStar Film Festival screens films of all sort — feature films, documentaries, short films in addition to a number of Philadelphia premieres.

On Thursday night, movie-goers can enjoy the feature length mockumentary Red Bone Guerillas, which chronicles the fictional rise of a counterculture art group of the same name. Friday, the evening screenings will culminate with Jimmy Goes to Nollywood, a newly released documentary that gives viewers an inside look on Nigeria’s booming film industry.

Saturday, BlackStar celebrates the life’s work and impact of legendary Philadelphia poet Sonia Sanchez, with a screening of BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez.

Additionally, throughout the four-day festival, attendees can enjoy a number of free programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art, a popular city museum that offers free admission and programs year-round.

This is just a few of the scores of film screenings slated for the festival. You can browse our list of top festival picks or view the full 2015 BlackStar program guide online.

For more on the BlackStar Film Festival, see below.


Once again anchored in University City, the majority of this year’s screenings and programs will take place at two cultural venues: International House Philadelphia and the Institute for Contemporary Art.

With additional BlackStar screenings, programs and after parties being held at popular Philly venues, including World Cafe Live, Franky Bradley’s and Pipeline Philly, the festival continues to fill public spaces across the city with the very best in today’s black cinema.

For more on the venues, check here.

    • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of BlackStar


Tickets for individual films are $12 for general admission and $8 for students and seniors. For those looking to catch all of the action, full-festival passes, $150, are available online. Individual tickets and festival passes are available online and can also be purchased at the International House box office.

Getting Around & Staying Over

BlackStar has partnered with two University City hotels, Sheraton Philadelphia and The Inn at Penn, to offer discounts on rooms during the 2014 festival. Both festival hotels are within walking distance from the main festival venues.

You can also explore overnight lodging options with the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package™. This two-night package includes free hotel parking so you can drive into town and not have to worry about finding and paying for parking.

While in town, be sure to browse this University City neighborhood guide on for other must-see attractions and local dining options to check out while enjoying the festival.

BlackStar Film Festival
When: Thursday, July 30 through Sunday, August 2
Where: Various. See website for venue information.
Cost: $150 festival pass, $12 single tickets (additional discounts for seniors and students), Free screenings at ICA
More info:

    • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • BlackStar Film Festival returns in July.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of BlackStar

Philly Youth Poetry Movement Brings Home First Prize For The 2015 Brave New Voices Competition

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 21, 2015
    • Philly Youth Poetry Movement
      • Philly Youth Poetry Movement
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of PYPM

Philadelphia has just brought home another big win! Last week, thousands of youth poets from around the globe, descended upon Atlanta, GA for the annual Brave New Voices Competition. For the ninth consecutive year, the city of brotherly love and sisterly affection was repped strong by a talented team of youth organized by Philly Youth Poetry Movement.

Well, we're proud to announce that Philly Youth Poetry Movement, affectionately known as PYPM, was once again awarded the Brave New Voices first place prize and is bringing home one of the coveted titles for the fourth time since 2006. We're definitely Philly proud of this stellar team's accomplishments!

The winning squad, comprised of nine of PYPM's top poets, was formed through a series of slams competitions held at The Rotunda and other venues for area students. Each of the BNV2015 award-winning poets competed in a series of regionals and semi-finals and ultimately made it to the main stage of the Suzanne Roberts Theater in May to compete in the 2015 Philly Youth Poetry Movement finals.

A heated, moving and entertaining competition, PYPM finals saw some of the city's fiercest youth poets take the stage to battle it out, sharing powerful, often personal stories and messages through performance poetry.

Started in 2006 by Philly-based poet and arts advocated Gregory Corbin, Philly Youth Poetry Movement has impacted the lives of thousands of teens through its yearlong schedule spoken word events, programs and workshops. No stranger to the Brave New Voices competition, PYPM slam teams brought home the 3rd place title in 2006, first place in 2007 and 2011 and was featured in a Brave New Voices HBO special during the 2008 conference in Washington DC.

You can hear more from Corbin below and be sure to check out the PYPM Youtube channel for performance recaps. 

Another monumental win for Philly Youth Poetry Movement and the entire city — join us as we celebrate the 2015 PYPM winning team with their signature pre-show chant; 

"PY! PM! Team black dashikis and war paint... Aahhh!"

You can learn more about Philly Youth Poetry Movement's programs and upcoming events at

Must-Hit: R&B/Soul Singers Erykah Badu & Estelle Perform At The Dell Music Center In August

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 16, 2015
    • Erykah Badu
      • Erykah Badu
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artists

After slaying her headlining performing at Roots Picnic 2015, the reigning queen of new school soul, Erykah Badu returns to Philadelphia for a must-see live show at The Dell Music Center in Fairmount Park.

Badu has deep roots in Philly and mad love for our Philly-born talents. Over her careers she's worked alongside legendary Philly talents, like Questlove and James Poyser of The Roots, to craft her signature style of afrofuturistic, throwback soul.

And yes, there's no question about it — Philly definitely loves Badu back.

    • Estelle in Philly
      • Estelle in Philly
      • Photo Credit: D. Alfaro for Philly 360°

The August 16 show at The Dell will also feature a performance by UK pop/soul diva Estelle — who is certainly no stanger to the Philly music scene. She's worked with some of Philly's top producers, like Carvin & Ivan of Forever Music and Mama's Boys Music Group,  Pop & Oak of Goooooooo!!! Music and Starr Island Group, Vidal Davis and Andre Harris.

And, she's worked very closely with celebrity media strategist Dyana Williams of Influence Entertainment and Radio One, as well as iconic hip-hop band The Roots.

Philly 360° last caught up with Estelle when we followed along as she hit a few of her favorite Philadelphia shops. You can check that video out below.

So, August 13, all roads lead to The Dell for another can't-miss concert under the Philly summer sky. Grab your tickets soon, this one is guaranteed to sell out fast. Let's go!

Check out our guide to all the must-see  R&B/soul concerts at The Dell Music Center.


Erykah Badu & Estelle
When: Thursday, August 13
Where: The Dell Music Center, 2400 Strawberry Mansion Drive
Cost: $20-$75
More Info:  Click here for tickets.

Contest: Win A Pair Of Tickets To Booze & Tattoos At The TLA On Saturday, July 25

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 15, 2015
    • Booze & Tattoos
      • Booze & Tattoos
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of The TLA

Got Ink? On Saturday, July 25, one of Philly's favorite entertainment hubs, The TLA, will host some of the city's finest tattoo artists and tattoo wearers for Booze & Tattoos.

Philadelphia's newest tattoo-centric celebration, Booze & Tattoos is centered around tattoo culture and other relevant subcultures with a fun pageant component and plenty of spirits to share. A full-fledged Philly party, this event will feature live music by Dibbs & the Detonators, The Workhorse III and Dj SnKpaK, in-house tattooing and a live tattoo pageant featuring tattoo enthusiast donning some of Philly’s finest designs.

Want to join in the fun and attend this inked-up party? Great, because we're hooking up a few lucky readers with a pair of tickets to the show. Just complete the below entry form for your chance to win.

You can read the official contest rules here.


Booze & Tattoos
When: Saturday, July 25, 8 p.m.
Where: The TLA, 334 South Street
Cost: $10
More Info: Click here for details.

Fill out my online form.

CONTEST: Win Tickets To See Floetry At The TLA On Sunday, July 26

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 8, 2015
    • Floetry reunite for a concert at The TLA and national tour.
      • Floetry reunite for a concert at The TLA and national tour.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Philly! The soulful music duo Floetry has reunited for a  summer tour, which lands in Philadelphia this month. The long awaited homecoming reunion concert between the “Songstress” Marsha Ambrosius and the “Floacist” Natalie Stewart is going down right here in Philly at the popular South Street music hub, The TLA.

As honorary Philadelphians — by way of London — both Stewart and Ambrosius made the city their home shortly after moving to the US. The group gained popularity during the neo-soul era of the early 2000s, and would later go on to record two studio albums, one live album, and to garner multiple GRAMMY nominations.

Once the group announced their July 17 show at The TLA, tickets flew and the show sold out in a matter of weeks. Luckily for us, they've added a second show on Sunday, July 26, and we've landed a pair of tickets to giveaway to one lucky fan.

If you want in on the show, then "all  you gotta do is say yes" — and submit the below entry for form your chance to win big. 

If you missed our on the first show, or just don't want to leave it up to fate, then see the below concert details for a link to purchase tickets online now.  Either way, we're hyped for this reunion. #WeInThere

You can read official contest rules here.

WDAS Presents Floetry
When: Sunday, July 26, 8 PM
Where: Theater of Living Arts, 334 South Street
Cost: $35
More info: Click here.

Fill out my online form.

Just In: Lineup Announced For The Questlove Stage As Part Of Wawa Welcome America! Party On The Parkway - Saturday, July 4

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 2, 2015
    • Questlove holding things down on the drums at the Roots Picnic
      • Questlove holding things down on the drums at the Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia

Philly, are you ready? No one does Independence Day like we do, and Philly 360° just got some news about some dope music that will go down on July 4th.  

Not only are The Roots headlining the Wawa Welcome America! Philly 4th of July Jam —nation's biggest free concert—alongside of Miguel, MKTO, Jennifer Nettles and more. But, they're also bringing you a second stage packed with talent to warm you up for the main event that night.

Yup, we've just got our hands on the lineup for the Questlove Stage, which is part of the Party on the Parkway. We're definitely loving the talent Quest picked out. Once you get a look at the lineup, you'll definitely want to be front and center for this one.

So, who made the cut for the Questlove Stage? Find out below. 

Party on the Parkway
Time: Noon-7 p.m.
Location: Benjamin Franklin Parkway from 20th Street to Eakins Oval
More Info: Click here for details.

The 2015 Questlove Stage Lineup: 

    • GoGo Morrow - Friends & Lovers Tour w/ Marsha Ambrosius
      • GoGo Morrow - Friends & Lovers Tour w/ Marsha Ambrosius
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly

GoGo Morrow | 6:15 p.m.

GoGo Morrow has been making big waves over the last year with her solo music. She has landed opening spots for Brandy, Lauryn Hill, Common — and even for the short lived Danity Kane reunion that we were all swooning over. GoGo was also one of the first acts added on to Marsha Ambrosius' national Friends & Lovers music tour. With each move GoGo solidifies her spot as one of the next artists from Philly that is destined to blow up and take the world stage by storm. Check out GoGo's feature on the Philly 360° Playlist.

Julian King | 5:35 p.m.

A graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Julian King comes from a musical family, which undoubtedly contributes to his undeniable talents. A dancer, musician and exceptional vocalist, there is not much King can’t do. Definitely one of the most-talented indie acts on the Philadelphia scene right now, it won’t take long for Julian King's movement to gain some serious traction. Check out Julian King's feature on the Philly 360° playlist.

Kate Faust | 4:55 p.m. 

Get to know Philly-based singer/songwriter Kate Faust. One of the newer names from the city's booming music scene, Faust stepped out into her own with her latest EP, Eros. Fittingly, Faust named her latest album Eros after Greek mythology's God of Love. Faust knew early on that she wanted her voice and music to stand out from the crowd. And, with each new project she delivers, we've seen the singer/songwriter create something new and exciting. Check out Kate Faust's feature on the Philly 360° Playlist.

    • Julian King
      • Julian King
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

DJ Swizzy Mack | 4:15 p.m.

Discovered by Diplo and Paul Devro of Mad Decent, Swizzymack is one of the premiere sounds behind Philadelphia's club music scene. His debut EP Bass was released on Mad Decent’s imprint in June 2013. Since then, Swizzymack has brought his thumping bass drops and hyperactive tempos to airwaves and parties around the country.  

Max Swan | 3:40 p.m.

Max Swan takes the saxophone to new levels with works with dozen of groups from around the country. He's on a mission to forever alter public perception about the saxophone and for the past 15 year the young saxophonist has worked his way to earning over two dozen local and nationally recognized soloist and composition accolades, including the "Michael Brecker Saxophone Award", "Rick Lawn Arrangers Award", and the "Collaboration Award" through The University of The Arts. 

Cody Kahmar | 3:05 p.m.

Born just outisde of Philly, Cody Kahmar draws influences from a wide range of acts, including Dru Hill, Boyz II Men, Usher, Paramore, Lil’ Wayne and Drake. The singer/songwriter made a name for himself at open-mic nights across Philadelphia, eventually opening for Kid Cudi at Temple University’s homecoming. He's also collabed with West Philadelphia emcee Chill Moody on a record entitled “My Eyes,” which earned over 25,000 YouTube views in less than three months. 

CAPA High School | 2:30 p.m.

The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, affectionately known as CAPA, has birthed some of the greatest acts to come out of Philly. Count them — Questlove, Boyz II Men, Tyce of MPrynt, Jazmine Sullivan, GoGo Morrow and more. Catch the next generation of music all-stars when this student performance hits the stage.

    • Kate Faust
      • Kate Faust
      • Photo Credit: Courtes of Kate Faust

Guide To Wawa Welcome America! Party On The Parkway And Philly 4th Of July Jam & Finale Fireworks With The Roots, Miguel, MKTO, Jennifer Nettles And More

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • July 1, 2015
    • Questlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic
      • Questlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic
      • Photo Credit: Photo by M. Edlow for GPTMC

As the official birthplace of our nation, there’s no better place in the country to celebrate the Fourth of July than right here in Philadelphia. The city’s signature Independence Day celebration, Wawa Welcome America!, returns from June 27 to July 4 with eight days of FREE family fun, including concerts, exhibitions, fireworks, parades and so much more.

In addition to dozens of patriotic celebrations that take place during Wawa Welcome America!, visitors can gear up for July 4th with a citywide celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Gay Rights Movement. The 2015 Welcome America festivities culminate on Saturday, July 4 with a massive Independence Day-themed party along Philadelphia’s famous Benjamin Franklin Parkway for the annual Party on the Parkway and Philly 4th of July Jam and Fireworks celebrations.

Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package™

With July 4th happening on a Saturday, turn your celebration into a patriotic getaway with the Visit Philly Overnight® Hotel Package. The special offer includes overnight accommodations; passes to ride the PHLASH bus, offering easy access to Philadelphia’s major attractions; and FREE parking while you celebrate America’s birthday in America’s birthplace.

    • Thousands pack the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for a FREE, day-long party featuring food, live music, family fun and more. (Photo by G. Widman for Visit Philadelphia)
      • Thousands pack the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for a FREE, day-long party featuring food, live music, family fun and more. (Photo by G. Widman for Visit Philadelphia)

Party on the Parkway

Time: Noon-7 p.m.
Location: Benjamin Franklin Parkway from 20th Street to Eakins Oval

Head to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to celebrate America’s Birthday with a massive block party featuring live music, family-friendly activities, games, food and so much more. Shop the impressive selection of vendors and food trucks that will line the Parkway and enjoy performances by national and local talents on the two live music stages. Also, keep an eye out for live demonstrations from the extreme pogo troupe Pogopalooza and interactive sport activities courtesy of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Road to Rio Tour.

Questlove Stage & Global Music Stage

Again this year, the Party on the Parkway will host two stages of live music programming. A mix of national and local talents will perform at the Global Music Stage and the Questlove Stage, which is curated by Philadelphia’s favorite drummer and DJ, Questlove of The Roots. Stay tuned for more details on the lineup for these stages. Click here to see the full lineup for Questlove Stage. 

Road To Rio

As part of the Party on the Parkway, Olympic Team USA athletes will join the U.S. Olympic Committee in Philadelphia for the first stop of the Road To Rio. This touring event brings the magic of the Olympic Games to life by through meet-and-greets with Team USA athletes, interactive activities like long jump, high jump and high dive, and other Olympic themed fun for the entire family. The event will be held on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

    • Celebrate The 4th In Philly
      • Celebrate The 4th In Philly
      • Photo Credit: Kaster for Visit Philadelphia

Philly 4th of July Jam & Grand Finale Fireworks

Time: 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Concert: Starts at 7 p.m. (first performance at approximately 8 p.m.)
Fireworks: Estimated to begin around 10:30 p.m. (immediately following concert)

Celebrate America’s birthday with the “Largest Free Concert in America.” Starting at 7 p.m., The Philly 4th of July Jam concert, anchored by Philly band The Roots, kicks off with performance by R&B/pop star Miguel, Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland, pop group MKTO and singer/songwriter Zella Day. The show culminates with a stunning fireworks display over the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

PLEASE NOTE: All fireworks shows and events are scheduled rain or shine. In case of inclement weather, follow @July4thPhilly on Twitter and Wawa Welcome America on Facebook for up-to-the-minute information.

The fireworks finale at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is sure to draw a massive crowd, so be sure to stake your spot out early. Check out our interactive guide.

Philly 4th of July Jam & Fireworks
When: Friday, July 4, 7 p.m.
Where: Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost: Free
More Info: Click here.

Philly Jazz Vocalist Laurin Talese Kicks Off Weekly Tuesday Night Set At Stratus Rooftop Lounge In Old City

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 30, 2015
    • Laurin Talese
      • Laurin Talese
      • Photo Credit: Image by The Nouveau Image / Courtesy of Laurin Talese

Philly! Starting next Tuesday, July 7, Philly-based singer/songwriter Laurin Talese kicks off a weekly night of jazz and cocktails at the Stratus Rooftop Lounge in Old City. 

One of the busiest and most-respected artist on the Philadelphia music scene, Laurin arrived in Philadelphia to study at the University of the Arts. After touring as a background vocalists for Philly soul artists, Jaguar Wright, Bilal and Vivian Green, Talese turned her attention to her own solo career, eventually signing with Blackstone's music label and production company, BASSic Black Entertainment (BBE).

Through BBE, Laurin released three must-hear singles, including her latest song "This Love," which is available on iTunes.

So, if you're looking for your next favorite weekly jam with a great cocktails, a stellar view of the city and some of the best music Philly has to offer — then this event is for you. We'll see you there.

Jazz with Laurin Talese
When: Every Tuesday, starting July 7, 6 p.m.
Where: Stratus Rooftop Lounge, 433 Chestnut Street
Cost: Free | Pay as you go.
More Info:

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Reelblack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 & Filmmakers Q&A at International House on Tuesday, June 23

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • June 22, 2015
    • ReelBlack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 at International House
      • ReelBlack Presents Philly Shorts 2015 at International House
      • Photo Credit: M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia
One of Philly's premier black film presenters, Reelblack closes out their current season of films by spotlighting some of the city's brightest talents. Tomorrow, June 23, Reelblack returns to University City arts hub, International House to present Philly Shorts 2015.
This event will showcase new work from a nine local directors and concludes with a Q&A with the filmmakers. Philly Shorts is presented in collaboration with PIFVA, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office and Councilman David Oh's Black Film Advisory Committee.

Here's a look at the shorts that will be presented;

Consumption by Brittany Rafalak
The Devil and Red Wine By Maurice Paramore
How Tow Win by Rhassan Nichols
Inside Brothers of The Knight by Tatiana Bacchus
Mama Jo by Jos Duncan
Momma Said Clean Up by Kindred The Family Soul and Konee Rok
Odyssey To Save Ulysses by Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter
Silky Smooth Individual by Devin Hampton
Skyler by Eiko Fan

You can get more detail on this event and Reelblack yearlong calendar of events at

Philly Shorts 2015
When: Tuesday June 23, 2015 7:00pm
Where: International House, 3701 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
Cost: Admission $10 adults/ $8 students and seniors / $5 members
More Info: Get tickets in advance at

Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene — June 12 - August 16

Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene When: June 12-August 16 Where: African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street Cost: $14, adults; $10, youth (4-12 years), students, seniors More info: House balls have played a significant role in…

BlackStar Film Festival - July 30 - August 2, 2015

BlackStar Film Festival When: July 30 through August 2 Where: International House, 3701 Chestnut Street; See website for additional venues. Cost: General Tickets TBA, Festival Passes $100-$150 More info: Hailed as “the black Sundance” by Ebony magazine, the…

Mad Decent Block Party - August 6 & 7

Mad Decent Block Party When: Thursday, August 6 & Friday, August 7, 3 p.m. Where: Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, Columbus Boulevard Cost: $40 More Info: Click here. No summer is complete without a few classic Philly block parties,…