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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.


Meek Mill's The Welcome Home Concert Hits The Wells Fargo Center With Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Yo Gotti, Jadakiss & More - Saturday, March 21

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • February 13, 2015
    • Meek Mill
      • Meek Mill
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Live Nation / Meek Mill

One of Philly’s hottest emcees, Meek Mill is coming home — and doing so in a big way! On Saturday, March 21, Meek lands at The Wells Fargo Center for a homecoming concert that is not to be missed.

The Maybach Music Group (MMG) superstar will be laying it all out, hit after hit, for all of his hometown fans. It’s been a long road for Meek — chasing his dream, the rapper made his way from the streets of North Philadelphia to achieving international national stardom, performing around the globe.

Meek's rise to the top was fueled by the notoriety he acheived as a battle rapper, and through releasing multiple mixtapes. Teaming up with Roc National producer Jahlil Beats out of Chester, the duo created a sound like no other.

Now standing alongside MMG head Rick Rossand label mates like Wale and Stalley, Mill has transcended his humble beginnings. His mixtape Dreamchasers 3 set an unprecedented record for downloads on hip-hop site Dat Piff.The mixtape set up a great foundation for the release of his debut album Dreams & Nightmares which took the hip hop world by storm. His singles “Amen,” “Burn,” and “Young and Gettin’ It,” soared among fans.

Meek Mill shows are notorious for being raw and full of high-energy, from both Mill and his fans. You'll definitey want to check this one. Opening performances by Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Yo Gotti, Jadakiss and more.

 

Meek Mill The Welcome Back Concert
When: Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m.
Where: The Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S Broad Street
Cost: $36-$95
More Info: Click here.


CONTEST: Win Tickets To See Jazmine Sullivan At The TLA On Tuesday, March 10

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • February 12, 2015
    • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jazmine Sulivan

Philly's own R&B/soul powerhouse Jazmine Sullivan is heading out on tour in support of her latest album, The Reality Show. The project has been getting major love around the country and includes fan favorites like “Mascara,” “Forever Don’t Last,” and “Stupid Girl" — which was produced by two of Philly music greats, JoeLogic and Dilemma.

With the release of her new album, it’s very clear that Jazmine is back and taking no prisoners. The RCA recording artist will be tearing down the house at South Street hotspot The TLA on Tuesday, March 10.

Want in on the concert? We know you do. Well, don't fret because Philly 360° has got you covered. We're giving one lucky fan a pair of tickets to Jazmine's upcoming show at the TLA. Enter below for a chance to win. Good luck!

Contest ends Friday, March 6 at noon. Click here for the official rules.

The Reality Show Tour Featuring Jazmine Sullivan

When: Tuesday, March 10, 8:30 PM
Where: Theater of Living Arts Lounge, 334 South Street
Cost: $40
More Info: Click here.

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TOP PICKS: Eight Must-Hit Shows In Philly Through March

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • February 12, 2015
    • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jazmine Sulivan

Philly, there certainly will be no shortage of dope live music rocking our stages over the next few weeks. From heavyweight music veteran Lauryn Hill  to Philly-born sensations like Jazmine Sullivan and MPrynt — we've pulled together a list of ten can't-miss concerts hitting our town soon.

You can find all of the details on these shows below, and be sure to keep an eye on the Philly 360° events page for all of the city's hottest live music concerts, fashion events and creative happenings. Let's go!


Eight Must-Hit Shows in Philly Through March

    • Kindred the Family Soul - Fatin & Aja
      • Kindred the Family Soul - Fatin & Aja
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Kindred the Family Soul

1. Kindred The Family Soul

Thursday, February 19, 8 p.m | World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street | $35
Buy tickets here.

Born from the same turn-of-the-century Philadelphia neo-soul movement that birthed Jill Scott, the married duo Fatin Dantzler and Aja Graydon are Kindred the Family Soul.

Since first being discovered by Jill Scott at the Black Lily Film & Music Festival and signing to Hidden Beach Recordings, Kindred has toured the globe and continued to keep Philly soul on alive and on the map. Catch the duo at World Cafe Live for an incredible, undeniably Philly night of soul in University City.

 
    • ?uestlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic
      • ?uestlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic
      • Photo Credit: Photo by M. Edlow for GPTMC

2. GrassROOTS Community Foundation: 5th Annual Let’s Move It: Philly Party

Saturday, February 21, 9 PM | Trilogy, 601 Spring Garden Street | $20 and Up
Buy tickets here.

The brainchild of Philly legend and Roots crew member, Black Thought and Dr. Janice Johnson Diaz, the GrassROOTS Community Foundation is throwing their 5th Annual Let’s Move It: Philly Party! Saturday, Feb. 21 it all goes down at Trilogy Nightclub and all of Philadelphia, and beyond, is invited to come out and party for a purpose.

This year’s theme is all about the Philly Classics. From the music, to the food and entire, guests will get to enjoy a healthy dose of Philly nostalgia. On the ones and twos will be the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff, along with Black Thought of The Roots and fellow turntable icon Rich Medina.

So grab a friend or two and a pair of your favorite Reebok Classics and head down to Trilogy for some amazing music, food and to help support a Philadelphia School. Dress is chic, whether heels or sneakers!

    • Luke James
      • Luke James
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Luke James

3. Luke James & B.J. The Chicago Kid

Thursday, February 26, 8 p.m. | Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill Street | $25
Click here purchase tickets online. 

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.

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.

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

4. OCD: Moosh & Twist

Friday, February 27, 8 p.m. | The TLA, 334 South Street | $18
Click here to buy tickets online.

OCD: Moosh & Twist is made up of Philadelphia natives DeQuincy "Moosh" Coleman McRae and Oliver "Twist" Feighan. After bonding in first grade over the love of music and poetry, Moosh & Twist formed a group shortly after and the rest is history.

As independent hip-hop artists, OCD have amassed a devoted fan base which has resulted in over 100,000 mixtape downloads and over 12 million Youtube views. In 2014, OCD debuted their first EP, Living Out Loud, which reached top 5 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts and was recognized as #1 on Billboard Magazine's Heatseeker's list.

Catch the duo at South Street hotspot, The TLA, as they hold it down for their hometown fans.

    • MPrynt
      • MPrynt
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC/Philly 360°

5. MPrynt: Now Or Never Tour featuring Good Girl & Jeremy Isaac

Thursday, March 5, 7:30 p.m. | The TLA, 334 South Street | $15
Buy tickets online here. 

Motown recording artists MPrynt takes harmony to another level, wowing fans with their live performances and YouTube covers of R&B classics with a new school Philly twist. On March 5, the fellas — Tyce, Fah, Rael and Budda — return to The TLA to headline the latest Starr Island production. 

In addition to another show-stopping performance by MPrynt, the March showcase features performances by throwback all-lady group Good Girl and pop crooner Jeremy Isaac. We last caught all of these artists on stage together at The Winners Circle II. Check out our video recap for a look at how each of these artist hold it down for their Philadelphia fans. 

Tickets are on sale, so grab yours now!

    • Chill Moody at the Roots Picnic
      • Chill Moody at the Roots Picnic
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for GPTMC

6. Chill Moody's #30IsTheNew30

Saturday, March 7, 9 p.m | The TLA, 334 South Street | $20 General Admission / $40 VIP
Click here for tickets. 

There's no doubt about it. Philly DIY MC Chill Moody is a man about town. On any given day you can catch Chill holding it down on stage anywhere from City Hall to The TLA, and with each venture the popular Philadelphia hip-hop artist incorporates a new marketing twist to further his brand and the reach of his music.

On Saturday, March 7 the rapper celebrates another milestone — turning 30. On this night, Chill Moody is inviting his hometown friends and fam out to celebrate his big day like only Philly can. The party is going down at South Street hotspot, The TLA.

Stay tuned in for more details on this event, but you definitely won't want to grab your tickets. #buynow

    • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Jazmine Sullivan
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

7. The Reality Show Tour Featuring Jazmine Sullivan - SOLD OUT!

This show is sold out, but click here to enter our contest!

Tuesday, March 10, 8:30 PM | Theater of Living Arts Lounge, 334 South Street | $40
Buy tickets online here.

Philly native and powerhouse vocalist Jazmine Sullivan is heading out on tour in support of her latest project, The Reality Show.The project has been getting major love around the country includes fan favorites like “Mascara,” “Forever Don’t Last,” and “Stupid Girl" — which was produced by two of Philly’s own, JoeLogic and Dilemma.

With the release of this new album, it’s very clear that Jazmine is back and taking no prisoners. The RCA recording artist will be tearing down the house at South Street hotspot, The TLAon Tuesday, March 10.

    • Lauryn Hill
      • Lauryn Hill
      • Photo Credit: Photo by Karl Ferguson

8. Ms. Lauryn Hill SMALL AXE: Acoustic Performance Series  

Saturday, March 28, 8 p.m. | Keswick Theatre, 291 N Keswick Ave, Glenside, PA 19038 | $56-125
Buy tickets here.

Lauryn Hill’s debut solo project, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, sold more than 12 million copies worldwide, earning the singer/songwriter five GRAMMYs, three American Music Awards, a Billboard Award, a Soul Train Award and an MTV Music Award.

Ms. Lauryn Hill is back on the road connecting with fans and performing reimagined renditions of the hits we’ve all fell in love with. You can catch Lauryn on Match 28 at The Keswick Theater in Glenside for the Small Axe: Acoustic Performance Series.

    • Meek Mill
      • Meek Mill
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Live Nation / Meek Mill

BONUS SHOW — Meek Mill The Welcome Back Concert

Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m. | The Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S Broad Street | $36-$95
Click here.

One of Philly’s hottest emcees, Meek Mill is coming home — and doing so in a big way! On Saturday, March 21, Meek lands at The Wells Fargo Center for a homecoming concert that is not to be missed.

The Maybach Music Group (MMG) superstar will be laying it all out, hit after hit, for all of his hometown fans. It’s been a long road for Meek — chasing his dream, the rapper made his way from the streets of North Philadelphia to achieving international national stardom, performing around the globe.

Meek Mill shows are notorious for being raw and full of high-energy, from both Mill and his fans. You'll definitey want to check this one. Opening performances by Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Yo Gotti, Jadakiss and more.


Party With A Purpose With Black Thought, DJ Jazzy Jeff & Rich Medina At The GrassROOTS' Let's Move It: Philly Party - Saturday, February 21

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • February 11, 2015
    • Philly 360° Creative Ambassadors Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter
      • Philly 360° Creative Ambassadors Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artists

The brainchild of Philly legend and Roots crew member, Black Thought and Dr. Janice Johnson Diaz, the GrassROOTS Community Foundation is throwing their 5th Annual Let’s Move It: Philly Party! Saturday, Feb. 21 it all goes down at Trilogy Nightclub and all of Philadelphia, and beyond, is invited to come out and party for a purpose.

The GrassROOTS Community Foundation partners with community-based organizations that aid disadvantaged women and girls. Their programming helps contribute to the health and well-being of these women and girls through events, workshops, and health programming. Forward thinkers in helping disadvantaged communities get ahead, GrassROOTS pairs a little bit of fun with important purpose for their annual Let’s Move It fundraising event.  

This year’s theme is all about the Philly Classics. From the music, to the food and entire, guests will get to enjoy a healthy dose of Philly nostalgia. On the ones and twos will be the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff, along with Black Thought of The Roots and fellow turntable icon Rich Medina.

Guests will get to enjoy mini cheesesteaks and pretzels, as well as signature Philly drinks. To top it off, you can receive reduced admission for rocking Reebok Classics. If you are interested in the VIP experience, then you can snap an official photo with both Black Thought and DJ Jazzy Jeff, while enjoying bottle service.

And, it’s all for a great cause. This year's event will help support Lingelbach Elementary School in Germantown, which will use the funds at the start of the school year to conduct creative programming. A school was in need, and GrassROOTS is stepping up to the plate.

So grab a friend or two and a pair of your favorite Reebok Classics and head down to Trilogy for some amazing music, food and to help support a Philadelphia School. Dress is chic, whether heels or sneakers!


GrassROOTS Community Foundation: 5th Annual Let’s Move It: Philly Party
When: Saturday, February 21, 9 PM
Where: Trilogy, 601 Spring Garden Street
Cost: $20 and Up
More Info: Click here.


The Recording Academy Philadelphia Chapter Hosts The Next Edition Of 'In the Mix' At The Hard Rock Café - Monday, February 16

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • February 10, 2015
    • Recording Academy Brunch
      • Recording Academy Brunch
      • Photo Credit: Photo by D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°
    • Recording Academy Brunch
      • Recording Academy Brunch
      • Photo Credit: Photo by D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°
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This Month, The Recording Academy® Philadelphia Chapter is hosting its second In the Mix at the Hard Rock Cafe in Midtown. The quarterly networking mixer is geared toward music professionals and boasts the attendance by some of the city's most recognized talents, and buzz-worthy newcomers.

The event will be hosted by Bruce Warren of Philadelphia-based indie radio station WXPN and the popular Some Velvet blog. Music for the evening will be provided courtesy of former Master of the Mix contestant, DJ Royale! Presented as an opportunity to learn more about the events and initiatives of The Recording Academy, this event is free and open to all music makers based in and around the city. Whether an engineer, artist, musician or manager — all industry types and talents are welcomed.

Come out for an exciting night of networking and live music. Happy hour specials and appetizers will be available! RSVP required.

 

In the Mix
When: Monday, February 16
Where: Hard Rock Café, 12th and Market Streets  
Cost: Free with RSVP, .
More Info: Click here.


Watch our exclusive recap of The Recording Academy's Generation Next Brunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. 


Philly 360° Playlist: Suzann Christine Drops Sultry New Single "21"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • February 9, 2015
    • Suzann Christine
      • Suzann Christine
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artists

Philly singer/songwriter Suzann Christine is back on the scene with her new sultry ballad, “21.” The popular songstress consistently brings the heats, and this week she's warming up the next edition of the Philly 360° Playlist.

The R&B track was produced by Ryan Perry and gives us a slow, seductive flavor, which is definitely a welcomed addition to the current music landscape. Christine’s vocals are always crisp and on point, while the production serves as the perfect background for her distinctive tone. In her lane as a strong voice for women, Christine explores a love that has her in hot pursuit.

The new single “21” will be featured on her upcoming project entitled Save Me. With such a pure voice, Christine easily navigates a lot of different sounds. From songs like “Closed Casket” to the guitar-driven “Just Wanna Live,” Suzann always is ready to show off her versatility as an artist. And from what we'ver heard already, we’re sure the upcoming project will certainly not be short on variety.

Christine decided to go full time into her craft about 2-3 years ago after working a job that just didn’t seem to fit. Since making that decision, it’s clear to see this is where she belongs. She has been featured on tracks with some Philly favorites like Freeway and Chill Moody as well as opening for the likes of Musiq Soulchild, Rick Ross, Ryan Leslie and many more.

Most recently, Christine hosted an amazing Whitney Houston tribute at Philadelphia soulfood joint and music venue Warmdaddy’s — where the “21” singer as well as other featured acts covered the classics from the late singer. From performing live and recording to serving as the Executive Director of her non-profit, SCH Capa, Christine is a artist that wears many different hats. A renaissance woman in the making, we look forward to watching her career continue to grow.

Check out a snippet of the single below and head to iTunes to support your local artists. Let us know what you think of the new tune in the comments below!


TEDxPhiladelphia Returns To The Temple Performing Arts Center - Thursday, June 11

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • February 9, 2015
    • TedXPhiladelphia
      • TedXPhiladelphia
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ted X

The month of June may feel light years away, but now is the time to make some movies if you want to participate in TEDxPhiladelphia 2015

On Thursday, June 11, some of the brightest minds in Philadelphia will come together to produce TEDxPhiladelphia, a daylong, multidisciplinary conference with a city-wide focus at Temple Performing Arts Center, located on Temple University’s campus on North Broad Street.

TEDxPhiladelphia will spotlight talented members of Philadelphia’s creative community through talks, performances and exhibitions — all centered around the 2015 conference theme And Justice for All.

For those unfamiliar with TED, it’s a global organization devoted to “ideas worth spreading.” TED (which stands for technology, entertainment and design) began in 1984 as a collaborative conference, and has since expanded to support two annual conferences, an ongoing series of TED Talks, TED Conversations, an annual TED Prize, and TEDx programs.

In Philadelphia, 2015 TEDx programming will zero in on the final words of the Pledge of Allegiance to broadly explore how Philadelphia can better embrace the idea of justice. How that theme manifests onstage during the conference is up to the talented speakers. 

The 2015 speakers have yet to be chosen, so there’s still time to nominate a TEDxPhiladelphia speaker. Each speaker has 18 minutes to compel audiences with an influential presentation, and topics can run the gamut from healthcare to food to social justice.

Whether you want to nominate yourself, a colleague or just someone you admire, check out the online nominations form right here. Nominations close at midnight this Friday, February 6.

Tickets to the June conference, starting at $75, are now on sale, and include the full-day of talks, plus snacks, lunch and a post-event reception. Plus, there is a “pay-it-forward” ticket options, $150, which includes two general admission tickets – one for you and one for a scholarship recipient.

If the $75 price tag is beyond your reach, check out the scholarship opportunities for free or reduced admission to attend.

We recommend scooping up tickets right now, as the event is sure to sell out. 

Curious to learn more about TEDx events and TED Talks? Check out the video below. 

And stay tuned for more on what promises to be another inspiring summit of Philadelphia minds.


TEDxPhiladelphia 2015
When: Thursday, June 11; Ticket now on sale
Where: Temple Performing Arts Center, 1837 N. Broad Street
Cost: Ticket prices vary; General admission, $75
More info: www.tedxphiladelphia.org


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

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Jeff Bradshaw & Friends - Tuesday, March 31

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Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical — Friday, April 3 - Sunday, April 5

Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical When: Friday, April 3 - Sunday, April 5 Where: The Painted Bride, 230 Vine Street Cost: $69.50 - $79.50 More Info: Buy tickets online here. Created and directed by Kendrell Bowman & Anthony…