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March Must-Hit List: Jazmine Sullivan, Kevin Hart, Lauryn Hill, Meek Mill & More

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • March 4, 2015
    • Lauryn Hill
      • Lauryn Hill
      • Photo Credit: Photo by Karl Ferguson

Featured Events:

Winners Circle III  — Thursday, March 5

Step into The Winners Circle III with Philly’s freshest acts as they rock The TLA with a night of unstoppable music. Round three of this popular showcase features performances by a serious lineup of Philadelphia-born talents, including Motown recording artists MPrynt, girl group Good Girl and R&B/soul newcomer Jeremy Isaac.


Chill Moody’s Birthday Bash: #30IsTheNew30 —  Saturday, March 7

There's no doubt about it—West Philly emcee Chill Moody is a man about town. On any given day, you can catch Chill holding it down anywhere from City Hall to one of Philly’s many dope music venues. This Saturday, Chill is calling on all of his hometown friends and fam out to come out and help him celebrate “the big 3-0” at The TLA on South Street. Expect plenty of fun, food, drinks, and of course, live music.

    • MPrynt
      • MPrynt
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°

Somi — Saturday, March 7

Acclaimed jazz singer/songwriter Somi infuses contemporary soul and pop sounds with the musical traditions of Rwanda and Uganda to create a sound that’s all her own. Described as the perfect blend of the boldness of Nina Simone and the precise jazz vocals of Dianne Reeves, Somi lands at The Painted Bride for a stunning, unforgettable evening of music in Old City.


The Return Of The Harvest — Wednesday, March 11

Experience Philly's premier poets, emcees, vocalists and comedians as they hit the World Cafe Live stage for The Return of The Harvest. The March showcase marks the six-year anniversary of this popular monthly open mic presented by Spoken Soul 215. Six years strong, this is definitely a can’t-miss event—you may even be inspired to step up to the mic too! #youneverknow

    • 8 Must-Hit Shows Through March
      • 8 Must-Hit Shows Through March

Meek Mill — Saturday, March 21

One of Philly’s hottest emcees, Meek Mill is coming home this month. On Saturday, March 21, Meek hits the Wells Fargo Center with an epic homecoming concert featuring Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Yo Gotti, Jadakiss and more. The Maybach Music Group recording artist and his crew will be laying it all out, hit after hit, for an arena-rocking night of hip-hop for Meek’s  hometown fans.


Flutronix & Ryan Matthews — Friday, March 20

Described by The Wall Street Journal as “a unique blend of classical music, hip-hop, electronic programming and soulful vocals reminiscent of neo-R&B stars like Erykah Badu,” New York-based flute duo Flutronix brings a special  live music collab featuring  Philly-based trombonist Ryan Matthews to World Cafe Live. Blending their unique flute sound with Matthews’ trombone-meets-electronica stylings, Flutronix is set to deliver another must-hit performance for fans, old and new.


Ms. Lauryn Hill — Saturday, March 28

Ms. Lauryn Hill’s 1998 debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, sold more than 12 million copies, earning the singer/songwriter five GRAMMYs and the respect of fans from around the world. Now, Hill is back on the road connecting with fans and performing  reimagined versions of the hit songs we all love. Catch Lauryn at The Keswick Theater in Glenside for or the Small Axe: Acoustic Performance Series.

    • CONTEST: Jazmine Sullivan Hits The TLA
      • CONTEST: Jazmine Sullivan Hits The TLA
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Philly 360° SPOTLIGHT:


Win Tickets To See Jazmine Sullivan At The TLA

Philly's own R&B/soul powerhouse Jazmine Sullivan is heading out on tour in support of her latest album, The Reality Show. The RCA recording artist will be tearing down the house at her SOLD OUT show at The TLA on March 10. Didn’t grab tickets before the show sold out? We’re hooking up one lucky fan with a pair of tickets. Enter by Friday, March 6 for a chance to win big. 


Kevin Hart’s What Now? Tour

Superstar entertainer, actor and native Philly funnyman Kevin Hart just announced a massive North American tour. The WHAT NOW? TOUR will take Hart to 45 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, and of course his biggest show is in his hometown. Get the details on the August 30 show and watch our exclusive behind-the-scene footage of Kevin shopping sportswear hub Mitchell & Ness with Ice Cube.

    • Behind The Scenes With Kevin Hart And Ice Cube
      • Behind The Scenes With Kevin Hart And Ice Cube
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

Dice Raw & The Last Jimmy

Dice Raw of The Roots is hitting the stage again, headlining another run of his latest production, "The Last Jimmy." A hip-hop satire, "The Last Jimmy" is hip-hop musical odyssey that  travels through the plight of young African American males through song and dance. Get more details.


Playlist: Ben O’Neill’s EP Ghost And Green Shoots

Ben “Bananas” O’Neill built a name for himself by lending his flawless guitar skills to major music acts like Kanye West, Kid Cudi and Tye Tribbett. Now, O’Neill steps out into the forefront as a solo artists with his debut EP, Ghost and Green Shoots. Listen to the project now on the Philly 360° Playlist.


Step Into The Winners Circle III With MPrynt, Good Girl & Jeremy Isaac - Thursday, March 5

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • March 3, 2015
    • The Winners Circle
      • The Winners Circle
      • Photo Credit: D. alfaro for Philly 360° / Visit Philadelphia

Are you ready to step back into the Winner’s Circle? This Thursday, March 5, the epic Philly showcase returns for round three featuring MPrynt, Good Girl, and Jeremy Isaac & The HangoverAnd, it's all going down at uber-popular South Street music hub, The TLA.

This evening is brought to us by The Starr Island Group and boasts a show exploding with real R&B, live in concert. Featuring some of the hottest young talent in Philly, this all star lineup will not disappoint.

Here's a look at The Winners Circle III lineup: 

    • MPrynt
      • MPrynt
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°

MPrynt

Deemed Philly's next "it-group" — Motown recording artists, MPrynt take harmony to another level. The guys, Tyce, Fah, Buddah and Rael, have been touring the country wowing fans with their live performances and YouTube covers of R&B classics with a new school Philly twist.

Good Girl

It’s been a minute since a solid girl group has emerged on the scene, but Good Girl is well on their way to changing this. Citing legendary groups like TLC, En Vogue, SWV and Destiny's Child as influences, Good Girl  pays homage to these icons—but they're definitely looking to make their own mark on the industry.

    • The Winners Circle
      • The Winners Circle
      • Photo Credit: D. alfaro for Philly 360° / Visit Philadelphia

Jeremy Isaac & The Hangover

Jeremy Isaac’s flawless vocals are something you don't want to miss. His smooth sound is seamless and his music is honest and relatable. Isaac has shared stages with a major list of talent, including Angie Stone, Vivian Greene, Charlie Wilson and more. Joined by his band, The Hangover, this soulful crooner's eclectic mix of influences is undeniable. 

This is 100% another can't-miss production by Starr Island. So, grab your tickets now.


The Winners Circle III Featuring MPrynt, Good Girl & Jeremy Isaac
When: Thursday, March 5, 7:30 p.m.
Where: The TLA, 334 South Street
Cost: $15
More Info: Buy tickets online here. 


Want a little preview of the Winners Circle vibe? Check out our recap of The Winners Circle II.


Philly 360° Playlist: The Fresh Princess BriaMarie Drops Her New Single "Tell The DJ"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • March 2, 2015
    • BriaMarie
      • BriaMarie
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of BriaMarie.com

BriaMarie — a.k.a The Fresh Princess — is back on our radars with a brand new tune. From touring college campuses to recording new music, the recent Temple grad has been building a buzz and loyal following in the Philly, and beyond. Her brand new single “Tell the DJ” salutes DJ culture and is bringing the party straight to this week’s Philly 360° Playlist.

The latest track from the Ethical Music Entertainment signee, “Tell the DJ” boasts production creds by GRAMMY-nominated producers Carvin and Ivan, along with fellow Philadelphia producer Curt Chambers. With an undeniable vibe reminiscent of good house party, BriaMarie tells the DJ to turn the music up so they party all night long.

The perfect party track, "Tell the DJ" embodies a good time out and is a welcomed addition to the current music landscape. As an artist, BriaMarie infuses integrity in her music and is always stiving to help others and promote education with her platform.

A huge advocate for anti-bullying, BriaMarie works with campaigns like Ethical Music and  Making a Difference along with the Philadelphia Eagles’ LeSean McCoy.

Showing many young artists how it’s done her video, “Bye Boy” has been featured on MTV and her singles “IDK” and “Celebrate” have been featured on VH1’s popular “Love and Hip Hop” series. It’s only a matter of time before BriaMarie becomes a household name.

She has even released her own sneaker — which is pretty dope accomplishment for an indie artist. Yes, BriaMarie is one to watch.

Bria Marie will perform her first headlining show at Relish restaurant in the West Oak Lane on Wednesday, March 18. This is a part of Pier Entertainment’s Up Close Live series which has featured many of the most talented artists in the Philly region. There will be two live sets from BriaMarie, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. with a live interview with popular blogger and media personality Sincerely Syreeta.

Be sure to check out “Tell the DJ” below and let us know what you think about it in the comments! Support your local artists, this track is also available on iTunes.


REWIND: Philly Salutes NBA Icon Allen Iverson

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • February 27, 2015
    • Allen Iverson retirement event at Mitchell & Ness
      • Allen Iverson retirement event at Mitchell & Ness
      • Photo Credit: d. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly

Exactly, one year ago Philly 360° was front and center when a packed room of social and industry influencers gathered at sportswear hub Mitchell & Ness to celebrate NBA all-star Allen Iverson and the retirement of his iconic number 3 jersey.

Spotted at the celebration were songstress Marsha Ambrosius, turntablist to the stars DJ Aktive, Motown recording artists MPrynt, and Reebok brand ambassadors YS the DJ and Dilemma — to name a few.

The charismatic player, who so many have come to love, was presented with a proclamation from the City of Philadelphia officially declaring Saturday, March 1, 2014 as “Allen Iverson Day" in Philly. This Sunday marks the one year anniversary of AI Day. Watch our exclusive recap video for footage of the Mitchell & Ness event. Also, be sure to check out the photo slideshow, below. 


WATCH: Here's our exclusive recap and photo slideshow of Allen Iverson's Retirement Party at Mitchell & Ness.

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Photo by D. McDowell for Visit Philadelphia.

TOP PICKS: 6 Can't-Miss Events For The Weekend

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • February 27, 2015
    • The Winners Circle II
      • The Winners Circle II
      • Photo Credit: D. Alfaro for Philly 360°

Philly! The weekend is finally here and it's time to relax and shed the weekday stress —Philly style! To help you get your weekend party started, we've pulled together this list of six must-hit events that are going down in Philadelphia this weekend. 

From art exhibits at Art Sanctuary and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to concerts and parties with your Philly faves, including Rich Medina, DJ Jazzy Jeff, OCD: Moosh & Twist and more — this is your weekend intinerary courtesy of Philly 360°. 

So, grab your crew, hit the streets and have some fun. Let's go! 


6 Can't-Miss Events For The Weekend!

    • Art Sanctuary
      • Art Sanctuary
      • Photo Credit: Image by Nucultur

Ivben Taqiy Presents Green Winter

Through February 28 | Art Sanctuary, 628 S. 16th Street | Cost: Free | MORE INFO

This weekend, Art Sanctuary — one of Philly's premier black art creative hubs — closes an exciting new exhibit featuring the work of Ivben Taqiy. Dubbed "Green Winter," Taqiy's exhibit, which will be on display through the end of February, will include over a dozen of the popular painter's, pop culture-influenced works.

Green Winter includes portraits of notable artists including Floyd Mayweather, Lauryn Hill, Allen Iverson, Michael Jackson and more. 

    • OCD: Moosh & Twist
      • OCD: Moosh & Twist
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

OCD: Moosh & Twist 

Friday, February 27, 8 p.m. | The TLA, 334 South Street | $18 | MORE INFO

Since their first mixtape OCD has appeared continuously on syndicated industry media outlets such as FORBES, XXL, RESPECT MAG, ILLROOTS, HIPHOPDX, and many more. Today, Moosh & Twist can be seen touring the country and performing for their thousands of fans as headliners, performing at festivals, and opening for acts such as The White Panda, Hoodie Allen, Wale, and others. Catch the duo at South Street hotspot, The TLA, as they hold it down for their hometown fans.

    • Rich Medina
      • Rich Medina

Get Lifted with DJs Rich Medina, Mike Nyce & Cosmo Baker

Friday, February 27 [and every 4th Friday] | Trilogy, 601 Spring Garden Street | $10 | MORE INFO 

This weekend, Flygirrl and GL Productions return with another dope concept. On Friday, February 27, all roads leads to Trilogy Nightclub for the next edition of Get Lifted with DJs Rich Medina, Mike Nyce and Cosmo Baker. The trio of Philly turntable phenoms will spin everything from hip-hop and classics to funk, afrobeat, soul and more. Trust us — this is 100% a can’t-miss affair.

    • Represent: 200 Years of African American Art
      • Represent: 200 Years of African American Art
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of PMA

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art

January 10, 2015 - April 5, 2015 | The Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | $14-20 Admission | MORE INFO

This winter, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present an exhibition highlighting its exceptional holdings of work by African American artists. Reflecting a broad range of stories, subjects, styles, mediums, and traditions, Represent: 200 Years of African American Art will include works by Horace Pippin, Jacob Lawrence, Alma Thomas, Martin Puryear, and Carrie Mae Weems, and many others.

    • DJ Jazzy Jeff & Dayne Jordan
      • DJ Jazzy Jeff & Dayne Jordan
      • Photo Credit: D. King for Visit Philadelphia

Philly Loves J Dilla 

Saturday, February 28, 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. | Johnny Brenda's, 1201 Frankford Avenue | $15 | MORE INFO

Jay Dee, known to many as J Dilla, will be forever hailed as one of the finest producers to ever walk the earth. Gone but never gotten — Philly will celebrate the influential rapper's music and life legacy with the return of Philly Loves J Dilla to popular NoLibs bar/music venue, Johnny Brenda's.

On February 29, the dopest DJ's from Philly, and beyond, wil gather at JB's for all-star Dilla tribute, featuring the one-and-only DJ Jazzy Jeff, along with DJ Mike Nyce. Also, holding the event down as host will be Jeff's rap protégé Dayne Jordan.

    • BASSic Black Entertainment & Sigma Sound Present The Exclusive Philly After Party - Chill Moody & Beano
      • BASSic Black Entertainment & Sigma Sound Present The Exclusive Philly After Party - Chill Moody & Beano
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°

Tri State Indie Music Awards

Sunday, March 1 | 6 p.m. |World Café Live, 3025 Walnut Street | $5 - 50 | MORE INFO 

The 4th Annual Tri State Indie Music Awards returns and once again this year — it is bigger and better than ever. On Sunday, March 1 at World Café Live, the red carpet will be rolled out for all of the artists that are making waves in their respective genres. The room will be filled with Philly influencers and everything will be waiting to see who will go home with the prize.

Tri State Indie celebrates the best of the best in music in Philadelphia and its surrounding areas. The pool of nominees are from a diverse crowd in the area and include some familiar faces like turntablist extraordinaire Matthew Law, Philly's favorite hip-hop artist Chill Moody, the multifaceted singer/songwriter Jacqueline Constance, sultry jazz vocalist Laurin Talese, R&B throwback group Good Girl and many more. 

 

Philly Emcee Chill Moody Hits The TLA With #30IsTheNew30 - Saturday, March 7

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • February 25, 2015
    • Chill Moody at the Roots Picnic
      • Chill Moody at the Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC

West Philadelphia emcee Chill Moody is turning 30 and he's inviting the whole city to come and celebrate on March 7 at South Street hotspot, The TLA. Like every Chill Moody venture, this blowout bash will be a full on experience — complete with performances, food, and plenty of live Philly music, of course.

Chill's birthday concert is going to be full of can't-miss performances by rising stars including Beano, Ol’ Souls, Jacqueline Constance, DJ Ricochet, Kid Felix and more. Though every TLA concert is an unforgettable experience, guests can take their experience to the next level with a VIP pass. VIP ticket holders will be able to enjoy private balcony seating, catering by Drunken Sushi, a private bar, early entry meet-and-greet with Chill, and a gift bag!

The evening will of course be topped off with a headlining performance by the birthday boy — Mr. Chill Moody. If you've ever been to one of Chill's live shows, then you already know to expect a few surprises and a musically-charged, high-energy performance by Chill. The show has major partners including Philly’s one-stop-shop for authentic and fashionable sporting apparel, Mitchell & Nessand Wired 96.5 Philly.

One of the most influential artists in the city, Chill Moody has been making major waves as usual. From his Phirst Tuesdays open mic series to interviews with All Def Digital and performing, he is showing independent artists how to move like they have a major label deal.

It’s only appropriate that Moody would celebrate where he is most comfortable – the stage. So make sure to grab your tickets early as they are sure to go fast. For the release of his RFM LP, Chill sold out the 800 seat venue, quickly. So, don’t say we didn’t warn you.


Chill Moody’s 30th Birthday Bash" #30IsTheNew30
When: Saturday, March 7, 9 p.m.
Where: The TLA, 334 South Street
Cost: $25 GA, $40 VIP
More Info: Click here.


Watch our exlcusive recap of Chill Moody's Who Do You Love... More? release party, below.


Philly's Own Kevin Hart Brings The 45-City WHAT NOW? Tour Home To Lincoln Financial Field - Sunday, August 30

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • February 19, 2015
    • Kevin Harts' WHAT NOW? TOUR
      • Kevin Harts' WHAT NOW? TOUR
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Live Nation

Superstar entertainer, actor and native Philly funnyman Kevin Hart just announced  a massive North American tour. The WHAT NOW? TOUR will take Hart to 45 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

One of the most notable and anticipated comedy tours of the year, What Now? brings Hart home to Philadelphia for the biggest show on the tour – a stadium show at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, August 30. The Lincoln Financial Field show marks the first time a comedian has headlined a NFL football stadium. And, we're definitely Philly proud about this epic milestone for Hart's career!

One of the enertainment industry's biggest stars, Kevin Hart has come up through the ranks to be an undeniably influential entertainer and award-winning actor. In 2015, Hart will release two movies in addition to hitting the road for this tour. Kevin can currently be seen in The Wedding Ringer and in March 2015, he will star opposite Will Ferrell in Warner Bros. Pictures' Get Hard. Next year, Kevin will star in Ride Along 2, the anticipated sequel to last year’s $100 million blockbuster hit.

Kevin definitely gets his grind-hard mentality from his Philly roots, and all of his hard work has more than paid off. Tickets for the Philadelphia show go on sale Friday, February 20 — so  make sure to grab your tickets early.

Also, be sure to check out our exlcusive with Kevin and Ice Cube, as they shopped Philly sportwear destination Mitchell & Ness. As always — Kevin Hart's got jokes for days.  


Kevin Hart: WHAT NOW? Tour
When: Sunday, August 30, 8 p.m.
Where: Lincoln Financial Field, 1 Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Cost: $55-155
More Info: Buy tickets online here.


Luke James & BJ The Chicago Kid Are Next Up At Underground Arts - Thursday, February 26

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • February 19, 2015
    • Luke James
      • Luke James
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Luke James

Following his deal with J Records and a 2006 single titled "My Turn," New Orleans native Luke James gained major attention as a songwriter and background vocalist. The soulful singer/songwriter lent his formidble writing skills to co-pen hits like Tank's "I Hate U," Charlie Wilson's "Love, Love, Love," Britney Spears' "Kill the Lights," Chris Brown's "Crawl," and Justin Bieber's "That Should Be Me," among others.

Eventually signing to Mercury, James released his his hit single, "I Want You," which earned the talented crooner major love from critics, fans and radio. James followed with three more singles in 2013, as well a handful in 2014 that preceded the release of his self-titled debut album.

On Thursday, February 26, Luke James performs at Underground Arts in Philadelphia alongside industry newcomer B.J. The Chicago Kid — who is being hailed as one of the most explosive, yet mature, soulful artists/writers of our young generation.

Together, these two wize-beyond-their-age vocalists will lay down a unforgettable night of entertainment in the name of feel-good music. Grab your tickets now.


Luke James & B.J. The Chicago Kid
When: Thursday, February 26, 8 p.m.
Where: Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill Street
Cost:$25
More Info: Click here purchase tickets online. 


Check out our behind-the-scenes with Luke James.


Dice Raw Of The Roots Crew Headlines Hip-Hop Satire "The Last Jimmy" At The Prince Music Theater - March 18 - 21

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • February 18, 2015
    • Dice Raw
      • Dice Raw
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Next week, Dice Raw of The Roots is hitting the stage, headlining another run of his latest production, "The Last Jimmy." A hip-hop satire, "The Last Jimmy" tackles the emotionally-charged subject of mass incarceration of African-American males in the US. The hip-hop musical odyssey travels through the plight of the court experience of young African American males, and the American prison system expressed through song, music, and dance. 

The production was written by Phillip Brown, includes original music and lyrics by Dice Raw of the Roots Crew. Dice Raw’s highly-acclaimed concept album “Jimmy’s Back” is the centerpiece for this entertaining and thought-provoking production.  

A popular and present artist on the Philadelphia music scene, Dice Raw raw's signature style of rap was first heard alongside Philly's famous hip-hop band, The Roots. Dice made his industry debut on the hit track "The Lesson, Pt. 1." And soon after, he made a name for himself with his distinct cameos on "Adrenaline" and "Lockdown," where his hard-hitting style worked perfectly alongside the heady rhymes of Roots frontman Black Thought.

Along with Dice Raw, the production features a stellar lineup of Philadelphia talents, and after the Friday night performance audience members are invited to stick around for a post-show talkback discussion.

We last saw this show last fall, during it's near sold-out run at the New Freedom Theatre — a Philly institution which has a rich history training generations of black creatives and giving voice to the African-American experience through theater. 

For this run, "The Last Jimmy" will be steps from Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts, staging the production at the historic Prince Music Theater on Chestnut Street. Don't miss this groundbreaking work featuring many of Philly's best and brightest talents on one stage. 


The Last Jimmy featuring Dice Raw 
When: March 21 - 28
Where: Prince Music Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street
Cost: $35- $60
More Info: Buy tickets here.


Cast Your Vote For The 4th Annual Tri State Indie Music Awards - Sunday, March 1

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • February 16, 2015
    • The Winners Circle 2 featuring MPrynt, Brianna Cash, Good Girl & Jeremy Isaac
      • The Winners Circle 2 featuring MPrynt, Brianna Cash, Good Girl & Jeremy Isaac
      • Photo Credit: D. Alfaro for Philly 360°

The 4th Annual Tri State Indie Music Awards returns and once again this year — it is bigger and better than ever.

On Sunday, March 1 at World Café Live, the red carpet will be rolled out for all of the artists that are making waves in their respective genres. The room will be filled with Philly influencers and everything will be waiting to see who will go home with the prize.

Tri State Indie celebrates the best of the best in music in Philadelphia and its surrounding areas. The pool of nominees are from a diverse crowd in the area and include some familiar faces like turntablist extraordinaire Matthew Law, Philly's favorite hip-hop artist Chill Moody, the multifaceted singer/songwriter Jacqueline Constance, sultry jazz vocalist Laurin Talese, R&B throwback group Good Girl and many more. 

The voting process is still open! So be sure to take a look at the list of nominees and exercise your right to vote!

 

Tri State Indie Music Awards
When: Sunday, March 1 , Doors at 5 p.m. | Show at 6 p.m.
Where: World Café Live, 3025 Walnut Street
Cost: $5 - 50
More Info: Buy tickets online here.


Represent: 200 Years Of African American Art - January 10 - April 5, 2015

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art When: January 10, 2015 - April 5, 2015 Where: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Cost: Included with the cost of general museum admission. More Info: Click here for details. This winter, the…

As We See It: Selected Works from the Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art - Through March 21

As We See It: Selected Works from the Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art When: February 5 - March 21, 2015 Where: The African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street Cost: Museum Admission, $10-14 | Free…

Chill Moody #30IsTheNew30 - Saturday, March 7

Chill Moody's #30IsTheNew30 When: Saturday, March 7, 9 p.m Where: The TLA, 334 South Street Cost: $20 General Admission / $40 VIP More Info: Click here for tickets. There's no doubt about it. Philly DIY MC Chill Moody is…