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Three Ways To Turn Up With Diplo & Mad Decent Block Party - August 7 & 8

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • August 6, 2014
    • Diplo
      • Diplo
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
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No summer is complete without a few classic Philly block parties, right? Well, this week, Mad Decent Block party is once again taking the summer block party to the next level—actually the next 100 levels. This year, block party attendees have three chances to turn up with party mastermind and international turntablist Diploand his entire Mad Decent crew.

The fun kicks off on Thursday night, with Diplo, Gent & Jawns and the Broadzilla DJs taking over Union Transfer for the Mad Decent Pre-Party. Doors open at 8:30 p.m and the show begins at 9 p.m. 

The next day, all roads will lead to Festival Pier at Penn's Landing for the Mad Decent Block Party. The line-up for this year's block party is  once again bananas, featuring top talents like Chance The Rapper, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Dirty South Joe, DJ Sega, Flosstradamus, Swizzymack and more.

The Block Party is currently sold out, but don't worry — if you didn't grab your tickets there's still one more chance to party with Diplo and Madd Decent. After the official event is done and over, the party heads back to Union Transfer for The Mad Decent Block Party AfterParty. This 21-and-over finale is sure to have hot music, decent drinks (pun intended), and plenty of opportunity to sweat it out on the dancefloor to the sound of the country's dopest DJs. 

So, grab your crew, and head straight to this fresh-to-death summer party. Trust us, you don’t want to be the only person not there. 


Mad Decent Block Party - Pre-Party

Thursday, August 7, 8:30 p.m. | Union Transfer - 1026 Spring Garden Street | $25 | Click here

Mad Decent Block Party - SOLDOUT

Friday, August 8, 3:30 p.m. | Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, Columbus Boulevard | $40 | Click here

Mad Decent Block Party - Afterparty

Friday, August 8, 10 p.m. | Union Transfer - 1026 Spring Garden Street | $25 | Click here


Up Next On Our EDM Radar: MØ To Perform At Johnny Brenda’s – Wednesday, May 21

  • Posted By: Devon Darrow
  • May 20, 2014
    • EDM Recording Artist Mo
      • EDM Recording Artist Mo
      • Photo Credit: By Thomas Skou

This coming Wednesday, Danish electronic songstress MØ will gracing the stage at Johnny Brenda’s during her highly-anticipated North American tour.

With firm roots in the progressive Scandinavian pop music scene, the audience can definitely expect a strong street vibe edge mixed with one of MØ’s characteristically sultry, soul-charged performances.

MØ, aka Karen Marie Orsted, has long been known for her soulful electronica, combining elements of indie, pop, hip-hop, and electro. At 25, the Copenhagen native has just released her debut album, No Mythologies to Follow.

Throughout the album, produced almost completely by Ronni Vindahl of Danish production team No Wav, MØ never forgets her roots in the progressive Scandinavian music scene while bringing influences from southern rap and modern bass music. The tracks on the album range a wide scale of emotions in conflict, exploring the confusion of adulthood in your 20’s.  

This young and talented musician’s career took off in just a few short years. In 2013, after releasing the hit singles, Pilgrim,” andMaiden,” MØ signed to Sony Music Entertainment for the Scandinavian Territories—a testament to her vision and potential. Working with the likes of Avicii, Diplo and MS MR, she is well on her way to electropop fame.  

In fact, MØ was hailed as the next Grimes, the famed electropop artist. We see big things in store for this budding artist. MØ is a must-see show!  

Swedish singer and composer Erik Hassle will be the opener.  


Johnny Brenda’s Presents: MØ
When: Wednesday, May 21, 9:15 pm (doors 8:00 p.m.). MØ is set to start at 10:30 p.m.
Where: Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave.
Cost: $13-15 General Admission
More Info: You can purchase tickets for the show here


The Roots Announce The Lineup For The 7th Annual Roots Picnic

  • Posted By: Sarah Janiszewski
  • March 6, 2014
    • Contest: Enter To Win Tickets To The Roots Picnic
      • Contest: Enter To Win Tickets To The Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia/Philly 360
    • The 5th Annual Roots Picnic - Day 1
      • The 5th Annual Roots Picnic - Day 1
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    • The Roots
      • The Roots
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    • ?uestlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic
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    • The Roots onstage at The Roots Picnic
      • The Roots onstage at The Roots Picnic
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The Legendary Roots Crew may be everywhere these days, including playing as the house band for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, but the iconic hip-hop band always brings it back to their hometown of Philadelphia.

The Roots are once again taking over Festival Pier in Philly this summer with their signature music festival — the Roots Picnic. That's right. The 7th Annual Roots Picnic was just announced, and we have all of the details for you to start making some plans. 

The Roots handpick the entire lineup, and it's always packed with some of the hottest names in music — from hip-hop to indie to R&B and more. The Roots always deliver year after year. You never know what's about to go down at the Picnic. Last year, we got to see history made when legendary hip-hop group Naughty By Nature reunited. And, then there was the random water gun fight with Solange. Or, that time when there was an impromptu dance party with Diplo in the second stage tent when rain tried to stop the Picnic. And, not to mention surprise guests hitting the stage every year. They always have them, and it's always epic.

Want to be there? We've got you. Be on the look out for some ticket giveaways from us on philly360.com. And, if you're headed to Austin for SXSW, we're giving away a pair of tickets and a weekend in Philly for the Roots Picnic. You can find us at Death and Taxes and Visitphilly.com Present East End on Thursday, March 13, at Cheer Up Charlie's. Chill Moody and some other Philly acts will be hitting our stage. 

So, who made the cut this year for the lineup? 

The Lineup

The Roots
Snoop Dogg (backed by The Roots)
Janelle Monae
A$AP Ferg
Action Bronson
araabMUZIK
The War On Drugs
Rudimental
Jhene Aiko
Biz Markie (DJ Set)
Bad Rabbits
Electric Wire Hustle
Just Blaze
Chill Moody
Emily Wells
Roman GianArthur

(More to be announced)

The Details

The 7th Annual Roots Picnic
When: Saturday, May 31
Where: Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, Columbus Boulevard and Spring Garden Street
More Info: Grab your tickets here

Insider Tip: Grab tickets and book a room. There will be events happening the night before and after the Picnic. Details to come.


Check out Questlove's official video announce for this year's lineup.  

 

Then watch Philly 360°'s video recap of last year's Roots Picnic video below.


Philly 360° Contest: Know Your Philly Neighborhoods? You Could Win A Trip To Philly

  • Posted By: Sarah Janiszewski
  • March 4, 2014

Philly's neighborhood scene has really stepped it up as a hotbed for some of Philly's top music venues for live music, indie art galleries and some must-hit restaurants. Know your Philly neighborhoods? Prove it to us and you'll be entered for a chance to win an overnight stay at a Philadelphia Kimpton Hotel, a Jose Garces dining experience and more!

How do you enter? Today through Thursday, March 6, go here and take our quiz. First up is a question about Diplo's Mad Decent block party. Good luck!


Roots Picnic Throwback - Diplo

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • May 8, 2013
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
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I think everyone that attended The Roots Picnic last year remembers the epic thunder storm that rolled over Festival Pier during the second day of the Festival. However, an amazing experience came from it as everyone packed into the inside tent to check out Diplo! An all-out rave ensued.

One thing that music festivals most certainly bring you is an experience. Huddled next to tons of folks you don’t know, escaping the elements, while watching Diplo murder the turntables is something that could only happen at a festival. The Roots Picnic is definitely the kick-off to the summer festival series in Philly.

This year, we know that DJ Premier will be in the line-up and though drastically different from Diplo, I’m looking forward to it. And may we even see a DJ set from Ms. Solange? I’m just speculating here, I would love to see it, but I know she is also supporting a project.

Bottom line is, The Roots Picnic is never short of great DJs, great acts, and great experiences. Hopefully you will be on the water with us checking out Gary Clark, Jr., Naughty by Nature, Robert Glasper and many more!

Last year, Philly 360° had the opportunity to catch up with Diplo about his show stopping set. Check out what he had to say below.

To purchase tickets to this year’s Roots Picnic click here. And make sure you enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to this year's Picnic. Philly 360° is running a contest here


Philly 360° Is Taking You Inside GRAMMY Week

  • Posted By: Sarah Janiszewski
  • January 28, 2013
    • Philadelphia music scene
      • Philadelphia music scene
      • Photo Credit: M. Kennedy for GPTMC

If you've been paying attention to the Philly music scene lately, then it's not a huge surprise that Philly's homegrown talent of artists, songwriters and producers got a decent amount of GRAMMY® nominations for the 55th GRAMMY Awards®, airing February 10.

And, you know we won't be missing it! That's right. Philly 360° is going on the road to take you inside all things Philly during GRAMMY® Week—from the parties, to interviews with nominated talent, to live blogging and Tweeting, we will have you covered. 

All GRAMMY® Week leading up to the telecast, we'll be giving you an exclusive peek inside the GRAMMY Awards®. So, follow Philly 360 on Twitter for the latest updates as we celebrate Philly’s major presence at the 55th GRAMMY Awards®!

Take a look at Philly’s nominations below.

    • Dear Philly Artists & Producers
      • Dear Philly Artists & Producers

Philly GRAMMY Awards® Nominees

Andrew "Pop" Wansel

  • Category: Best R&B Song

  • "Refill" by Elle Varner

Darhyl "DJ" Camper

  • Category: Best R&B Song

  • "Refill" by Elle Varner

Diplo

  • Category: Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Jeff Chestek

  • Category: Album of the Year

  • Engineer for Fun. "Some Nights"

Pink

  • Category: Best Pop Album

  • The Truth About Love by Pink

The Roots

  • Category: Best Rap Album

  • Undun

 

Associated With Nominated Work

Andrea Simms

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Andrew "Pop" Wansel

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • Kaleidoscope Dream by Miguel

  •  
  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Carvin & Ivan

  • Category: Best R&B Album

  • "Beautiful Surprise" by Tamia 

Dayvi Jae

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Phatboiz

  • Category: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

  • "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)" by John Legend featuring Ludacris

  •  
  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • Kaleidoscope Dream by Miguel

Robert Calloway

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  •  "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Ronald "Flippa" Colson

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Philly 360° Shout Outs: Look out for Philly's own Adam Blackstone who will be the musical director for three of the performances at the GRAMMYs - Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Maroon 5. Shout out to Khari Mateen, who was a producer for The Roots' Undun album! Congrats to Mike McArthur and Jerome Hipps! Their artist Estelle got a GRAMMY® nomination for Best R&B Performance. Also on the list of nominees is Wiz Khalifa - he may not be from Philly, but he's part of the Recording Academy Philadelphia Chapter. Props to Temple U Symphony on their two noms. Halestorm is also nominated for a GRAMMY® for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.

The 55th GRAMMY Awards® are set to happen on Sunday, February 10. We know who we'll be rooting for. Look out for more GRAMMY® coverage from Philly 360°.

Listen To The Music

Hear some of the music that got nominated this year.


Just In: Philly Gets Some GRAMMY® Love With Multiple Nominations

  • Posted By: Sarah Janiszewski
  • December 6, 2012
    • Pop Wansel at MilkBoy The Studio (formerly Larry Gold's The Studio)
      • Pop Wansel at MilkBoy The Studio (formerly Larry Gold's The Studio)
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC

Philly is a music city, especially when it comes to R&B, soul and hip-hop. The city has been home to some major music movements and moments, and it looks like we're about to have another major moment happen.

If you've been paying attention to what's been happening in the music scene in Philly lately, then you know that there is a new music energy happening in the city. So, it's not a huge surprise that Philly's homegrown talent just got a few GRAMMY Awards® nods.

That's right. The 55th GRAMMY Awards® nominations are officially in, and some Philly peeps have a few things to brag about today. There were over 17,000 submissions for nominations. Check out who made the cut from Philly.

Philly GRAMMY Awards® Nominees

Andrew "Pop" Wansel

  • Category: Best R&B Song

  • "Refill" by Elle Varner

Darhyl "DJ" Camper

  • Category: Best R&B Song

  • "Refill" by Elle Varner

Diplo

  • Category: Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Jeff Chestek

  • Category: Album of the Year

  • Engineer for Fun. "Some Nights"

Pink

  • Category: Best Pop Album

  • The Truth About Love by Pink

The Roots

  • Category: Best Rap Album

  • Undun

Khari Mateen


  • Category: Best Rap Album

  • Producer for The Roots Undun


Associated With Nominated Work

Andrea Simms

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Andrew "Pop" Wansel

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • Kaleidoscope Dream by Miguel

  •  
  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Carvin & Ivan

  • Category: Best R&B Album

  • "Beautiful Surprise" by Tamia 

Dayvi Jae

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Dexter Wansel

  • Category: Best Traditional R&B Performance

  • "If Only You Knew" by SWV

Phatboiz

  • Category: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

  • "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)" by John Legend featuring Ludacris

  •  
  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • Kaleidoscope Dream by Miguel

Robert Calloway

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  •  "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Ronald "Flippa" Colson

  • Category: Best Urban Contemporary Album

  • "Fortune" by Chris Brown

Philly 360° Shout Outs: Congrats to Mike McArthur and Jerome Hipps! Their artist Estelle got a GRAMMY® nomination for Best R&B Performance. Also on the list of nominees is Wiz Khalifa - he may not be from Philly, but he's part of the Recording Academy Philadelphia Chapter. Props to Temple U Symphony on their two noms. Halestorm is also nominated for a GRAMMY® for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.

The 55th GRAMMY Awards® are set to happen on Sunday, February 10. We know who we'll be rooting for. Look out for more GRAMMY® coverage from Philly 360°.

Listen To The Music

Hear some of the music that got nominated this year.


Jam Under The Sun In Philly

  • Posted By: Kyleen Shaw
  • August 3, 2012
    • Jam Under The Sun In Philly
      • Jam Under The Sun In Philly
      • Photo Credit: P. English for GPTMC

Summer’s almost over, but the party is just getting started in Philly. The creative scene was bumpin’ before, and it’s about to get even louder (and hotter). In August, we’ll be jammin’ with Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo and Melanie Fiona; workin’ up a sweat at the Mad Decent Block Party; gettin’ mesmerized by Philadanco’s swift new dance moves; and groovin’ to the soulful sounds of Robin Thicke, Chrisette Michelle and Leah Smith. It’s going to be bananas! So, grab your sun block and hit the streets as Philly turns up the heat.  

Insider tip: End your summer with a bang and book your trip to Philadelphia today!

Featured Events

    • Goapele
      • Goapele
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Goapele

Thursday, August 2 – Sunday, August 5BlackStar Film Festival

The first annual BlackStar Film Festival takes over Philly with a host of films produced for and by people of African descent. Make sure you check out the innovative works of filmmakers such as winner Ava Duvernay (Best Director at 2012 Sundance Awards), Byron Hurt and Nelson George at International House, The African American Museum In Philadelphia and Art Sanctuary.


Shout Out: Props to Philly 360˚ Creative Ambassador Maori Karmael Holmes for another genius idea!


Thursday, August 2 – The Clark Sisters and E. Daniels

The Dell Music Center gets the praise party started with a night of gospel featuring the legendary Clark Sisters and rising inspirational star E. Daniels. This is a show you won’t want to miss!


Saturday, August 4 – Mad Decent Block Party

Philly native and party starter DJ Diplo brings back the Mad Decent Block Party with performances by Major Lazer, Theophilus London, Dillon Francis and more. If you haven’t experienced a Mad Decent party yet, just know you’ll be rocking out all night.

Insider tip: Make sure you RSVP to find the exact time and location.


Sunday, August 5 – New Edition, Salt-N-Pepa, El Debarge

The Mann Center for the Performing Arts brings some of the hottest innovators of classic hip-hop and R&B—New Edition, Salt-N-Pepa and El Debarge. Get ready for a night jam-packed with old school joints.

 

Monday, August 6 – An Intimate Evening with Estelle

Estelle returns to World Café Live for another electrifying performance. Brought to you by Rosa Regale cocktails, it’ll be an exclusive event only for the fabulous.   


Wednesday, August 15 – Goapele

Singer/songwriter Goapele is back in the game, and she sounds better than ever. If you fell in love with soulful songs like Closer, you’re definitely in for a treat during her intimate performance at World Café Live.


Thursday, August 16 – Robin Thicke, Chrisette Michele & Leah Smith

If you’re looking for a night of authentic soul, we’ve got something for you. R&B crooner Robin Thicke, songstress Chrisette Michele and Philly singer/songwriter Leah Smith are all hittin’ the stage at the Dell Music Center.


Friday, August 17 – Philadanco

Philadanco returns with a fly new routine for the summer season at the Dell Music Center. The explosive performance features special guests Anthony Burrell, Maurice Hines, Rennie Harris’ RHAW dance company and more.


Sunday, August 19 – Patty Jackson Anniversary featuring Gladys Knight

In honor of Philly’s legendary on-air personality Patty Jackson, the incomparable Gladys Knight will grace the stage for one night only along with R&B Freddie Jackson, The Delfonics and Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes. Don’t miss this unforgettable performance at the Dell Music Center.


Friday, August 24 – Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo & Melanie Fiona

Mega-talented R&B stars Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo and Melanie Fiona are ready to rock the stage at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts. Get your tickets today to one of the hottest shows of the summer!


Saturday, August 25 – Dreamchasers Tour featuring Meek Mill

Philly’s own Meek Mill gives us a taste of the Dreamchasers tour at the Theatre of Living Arts. He’s one of the hottest MCs in the game, so get your tickets today.

 

Saturday, August 25 – Lady B’s Basement Party Live

This one’s for the b-boys and fly girls. In honor of Philly’s legendary hip hop DJ Lady B, the Dell Music Center is bringing some of the illest hip hop MC’s to rock the mic at Lady B’s Basement Party—Doug E. Fresh, Al B. Sure, Biz Markie, Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte and more.

Spotlight

    • Raheem DeVaughn
      • Raheem DeVaughn
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC

Dyana Williams

You may know Dyana Williams as the renowned celebrity media coach, on-air radio host on WRNB or the mother of Black Music Month, but we’ve claimed her as one of our newest Creative Ambassadors. Check out her new profile and see what Dyana digs most about Philly.



With Art Tour with Danny Simmons

::Danny Simmons image::

As part of the With Art Philadelphia™ campaign, we took poet, painter and philanthropist Danny Simmons on a tour of some of Philly’s prominent art spots. Check out the video!


Philly 360˚ Presents: Raheem DeVaughn

We caught up with soul sensation Raheem DeVaughn just minutes before his set at the Dell Music Center. He’s got some serious love for Philly! Check out the interview.


Visually Fly: Fly Nail Artists

Philly’s got some of the most inventive nail artists on the map, and our Art Insider Flygirrl scoped out a few of her favorites. Take a look at her top picks and add some flare to your tips before summer’s out.


Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow Recap

We teamed up with 100.3 WRNB and the Kimmel Center’s Merck Arts Education Center for the dynamic event Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Philadelphia’s Black Music Makers. Hosted by on-air host Dyana Williams, panelists Carol Riddick, Curt Chambers, Michael McArthur, Jerome Hipps and Brandon Pankey shared their thoughts on Philly’s musical legacy. Check out our recap.


Philly 360˚ Rewind: Generation Next

If you missed Generation Next, you missed out on one of the best music events in Philly. People are still buzzin’ about it—from the performances by GoGo Morrow to the intimate conversations with Sigma Sound Studios producer Dilemma and 900 AM WURD on-air host Al Butler.


Philly 360° Exclusive Video: Roots Picnic Episode 4 Featuring Diplo

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • June 7, 2012
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
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      • Diplo
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
    • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
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      • Diplo at the 2012 Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC
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If you were one of the the thousands of people who ran into the tent at the Roots Picnic this year during the rain, then you probably had the same experience we did - DIPLO. Not only did he kill it on the main stage, but he took over the tent when the rain started to come down with an impromptu DJ set. The energy was crazy, and it might be one of our favorite Roots Picnic moments ever.

If you weren't there, or if you just want to be a part of it again, see what all the hype was about here with our exclusive video featuring Diplo. Here's Episode 4 of our Roots Picnic coverage below.


The 5th Annual Roots Picnic - June 2 - 3

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • May 25, 2012
    • The Roots
      • The Roots
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC

Each year, this festival gets bigger and better, and that's definitely the case for the 5th Annual Roots Picnic. Mark your calendars, because The Roots and company will be taking over Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing for TWO DAYS this year - June 2-3, 2012.

That's two days of non-stop, genre-fusing music with artists hand-picked by The Roots, including our new Philly 360° Ambassador DJ Diamond Kuts. Sign us up!

Insider Tip: Philly 360 is offering an exclusive discounted rate for tickets to The Roots Picnic. Go here and select the "No Service Fee" option. Then, enter the promo code in the box next to it. Promo code: GPTMC


Roots Picnic Details

Saturday, June 2

11:00 a.m.   Doors Open

12:00 p.m.   Show Starts

Festival Pier at Penn's Landing

Columbus Boulevard and Spring Garden Street

  • The Roots
  • De LA Soul
  • James Murphy
  • Tune-Yards
  • Flosstradamus
  • St. Vincent
  • Wale
  • The Hood Internet
  • Star Slinger
  • Ocd
  • Danny Brown
  • Kids These Days
  • Mr. Muthaf**Kin Exquire
  • DJ Diamond Kuts

Sunday, June 3

4:00 p.m.   Doors Open

5:00 p.m.   Show Starts

Festival Pier at Penn's Landing

Columbus Boulevard and Spring Garden Street

  • The Roots
  • Kid Cudi
  • Major Lazer
  • Rakim
  • Diplo
  • Chill Moody
  • Quadron
  • Jessi Teich
  • Gianni Lee
  • Selah Sue
  • Reda

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Body Rock - Friday, October 31

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Power 99 Presents: Powerhouse 2014 - Friday, October 31

Powerhouse 2014 When: Friday, October 31, 6 p.m. Where: Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S Broad Street Cost: $20-150 More Info: Buy tickets here. A staple on the Philly urban music scene, Power 99 FM is back on the scene…