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Dice Raw Of The Roots Crew Headlines Hip-Hop Satire "The Last Jimmy" At New Freedom Theatre - October 24 & 25, 2014

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • October 22, 2014
    • Dice Raw
      • Dice Raw
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist

This weekend, Dice Raw of The Roots is hitting the stage, headlining New Freedom Theatre's 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 and is directed by noted Philadelphia-based director, Ozzie Jones. 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 each performance audience members are invited to stick around for a post-show talkback discussion. Each discussion will feature a panel of experts on the African American male experience in the criminal justice system.  

Since 1966, New Freedom Theatre has trained generations of black creatives and presented productions that give voice to the African-American experience, and make it accessible for all. Certainly, "The Last Jimmy" is no exception. Don't miss this groundbreaking work featuring many of Philly's best talents on one stage. 


The Last Jimmy featuring Dice Raw 
When: Friday, October 24 & Saturday, October 25 - 8 p.m. 
Where: New Freedom Theatre, 1346 N. Broad Street
Cost: $30
More Info: Click here or call (267) 687-1764 for tickets. 


Underground Railroad: A Spiritual Journey An Evening With Kathleen Battle - Friday, October 24

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • October 21, 2014
    • Kathleen Battle performs at The Kimmel Center
      • Kathleen Battle performs at The Kimmel Center
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Kimmel Center

Friday evening, legendary classical soprano superstar Kathleen Battle takes center stage at The Kimmel Center, singing songs in the tradition of African-American spirituals. In a moving evening of music, including popular music like 'Lord, How Come Me Here?' and 'He's Got the Whole World In His Hands,' Battle will take her audience on a journey through the spirituals and hymns that express the suffering, salvation, triumph and freedom of the African-American experience. 

A 5-time Grammy winner, Battle's captivating soprano voice has made her one of the most-acclaimed artists in contemporary opera and classical music. She has performed with the New York Philharmonic, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic, Jessye Norman, Luciano Pavarotti, and in every major opera house around the globe. 

This Friday, Battle will be joined by Cyrus Chestnut on piano, Riza Printup on harp and The Philadelphia Heritage Chorale directed by choirmaster J. Donald Dumpson.  

Guests are also invited to join The Kimmel Center for a free pre-show panel discussion on Philadelphia's connection and history with the Underground Railroad in the SEI Innovation Studio.

The panel discussion begins at 6:30 p.m. and will be moderated by Nick Taliaferro from WURD. Other panelists include Cornelia Swinson of Johnson House in Germantown; V. Chapman-Smith of National Archives and Records Administration; Rev. Dr. James Forbes; Rev. Tyler of Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church; and Author and historian Richard Newman of The Library Company of Philadelphia. 

Come out to experience one of the world's finest voices, as Kathleen Battle effortlessly weaves black music and history together for an unforgettable night of music in The Kimmel Center's Verizon Hall. Grab your tickets now. 

 
 

Underground Railroad: A Spiritual Journey An Evening with Kathleen Battle
When: Friday, October 24, 7:30 p.m. 
Where: The Kimmel Center - Verizon Hall, 300 S. Broad Street
Cost: $30 - 85 
More Info: Click here to purchase tickets. 


Ty Dollar $ign Brings The In Too Deep Tour To The TLA On South Street With Beano And Lil Bibby - Tuesday, October 21

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • October 20, 2014
    • Ty Dolla $ign
      • Ty Dolla $ign
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist

South Street’s Theater of Living Arts (TLA) is Philly's go-to venue to catch hot performances by national and local talents — of every genre. This Tuesday, October 21, the TLA welcomes the In Too Deep Tour featuring the popular emcee Ty Dolla $ign along with special guests Lil Bibby and West Philly’s own Beano

The Taylor Gang Records signee is hitting the country in support of his new music. Ty released his debut extended play of his Beach House EP on Atlantic Records, which featured the popular single “Paranoid” featuring B.O.B. TY’s music is a mix between hip and the latest R&B styles. Hard beats and catchy hooks have gotten him noticed by fans and peers in the industry alike. 

His second single was the DJ Mustard assisted “Or Nah” featuring Wiz Khalifa, which  was remixed by Beano — making his appearance on the In Too Deep Tour right on time. Beano is gleaming off his very first single release “Let it Go” from his upcoming debut project. The single produced by Dilemma also has a remix featuring Philly’s own Chill Moody and has been making its way on the airwaves across the country. 

Rounding out the lineup is Chicago native Lil Bibby. This summer Bibby released his latet mixtape to much acclaim. Both Ty and Bibby appeared on XXL’s coveted Freshman Class List in 2014 and have been making major moves with their music. 

This is set to be a high energy show, full of dope lyrics. And, with Beano added to the set, there will be flawless vocals, guaranteed. You definitely won’t want to miss it, so make sure to grab your tickets now. 

 

Ty Dolla $ign presents: The In Too Deep Tour
When: Tuesday, October 21,
Where: Theater of Living Arts, 334 South Street
Cost: $27
More Info: Click here.


Philly 360° Playlist: West Philadelphia's Own Beano Drops New Single "Let It Go"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • October 20, 2014
    • Made in Philly: Beano
      • Made in Philly: Beano
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°
    • Who Do You Love… More? Featuring Chill Moody, Beano & Hank McCoy
      • Who Do You Love… More? Featuring Chill Moody, Beano & Hank McCoy
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly
    • BASSic Black Entertainment & Sigma Sound Present The Exclusive Philly After Party - Beano
      • BASSic Black Entertainment & Sigma Sound Present The Exclusive Philly After Party - Beano
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If you're like us, then you've been waiting for solo music from West Philadelphia singer/songwriter Beano. Although he's rocked many stages, on his own and alongside acts like Chill Moody, we have yet to see a solo project from the Philadelphia crooner. Well, it looks like the wait is over! Because this week the Philly 360° playlist is back with Beano's first single, “Let it Go.” 

For this mid-tempo danceable, smooth track, Beano sings that his “phone is off” and he's heading out for a night with the boys after a bit of trouble at home. Reminiscent of the vibe of Usher’s “You Don’t Have to Call,” the song has a great feel and will have fans singing along instantly. 

The track was done by Philly-based producer Dilemma, and samples LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out” —  which actually samples a number of older records including a James Brown hit. The break beat gives “Let it Go” a throwback sound with a new school twist. 

Beano has been working quietly on his upcoming solo project after the debut of Who Do You Love … More?, a collaborative project alongside West Philly emcee Chill Moody and producer Hank McCoy. The trio performed the project at their exclusive event at Hard Rock Café in February. You can check out our video recap below. 

It’s Beano's high energy and strong vocals that make the powerhouse performer a fan favorite. It’s evident that he has that special thing that stars are made of. From headlining his own shows to opening for big name acts like Musiq, The Dream and more — it’s only a matter of time before Beano becomes a household name. 

Beano has been touring alongside R&B crooner Jaheim as a background singer. And this month, he will also open up for Ty Dolla $ign at the TLA. Be sure to get out and catch his live show and take a listen to “Let it Go” below. Let us know what you think.


Check out Beano's latest single "Let It Go" and watch our video recap of Who Do You Love... More? with Beano, Chill Moody & Hank McCoy. 


Philly 360° Playlist: Aaron Camper Drops New Single "My Heart"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • October 15, 2014
    • Aaron Camper & Friends
      • Aaron Camper & Friends
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly

Aaron Camper is a man of many talents. The Philly music transplant is a singer, songwriter and a globetrotting band member for major acts like Jill Scott and Justin Timberlake. And, if you're lucky enough to hang out with him backstage at a show or in the studio, you'll quickly learn that Camper is also a comedian. #gotjokes

Recently, Camper hit us with a brand new single “My Heart,” which is making its way on the Philly 360° Playlist this week!

The upbeat record was written by singer/songwriter and Maroon 5 member, PJ Mortonand was produced by Warryn Campbell and the head of BASSic Black Entertainment (BBE), Adam Blackstone. Reminiscent of a Michael Jackson throwback, “My Heart” is an infectious track with an undeniable groove that will no doubt have fans moving to the beat and singing along.

On the new single, The BBE signee delivers smooth vocals and flawless harmonies, singing  of a woman who walks in and immediately steals his heart. With each new release, it’s easy to see that the long hours on the road with stars like JT and Chris Brown have paid off. Delivering hit records and knockout live performances around the world, Aaron Camper is proving that he deserves a spotlight all on his own. 

Camper continues to travel on the road, but fans will be glad to know that he's also steadily working on his next EP. There's no official word on the exact release date, or whether “My Heart” will set the tone for the entire project quite yet. But, Camper's devoted, and growing, fanbase has been patiently waiting for a full project since the 2011 release of his mixtape, Welcome to My World. Luckily for us, Aaron continually drops hot singles like “Madness,” “Breaking My Heart,” and a few can't-miss covers.

On the stage is where Camper’s music takes on a life of its own. You can check him out for yourself on October 23 at uptown soul food restaurant, Relish as a part of the Up-Close Live series presented by Pier Entertainment. Tickets will probably go fast, so be sure to grab yours soon!

Check out a preview of the single below and purchase the full song on iTunes. Be sure to support your local artists. 


Listen to the preview of Aaron Camper's latest single, "My Heart" and check out our exclusive interview below.  


Half Off Friday Night Tickets To The Barnes Foundation - Friday, October 10 & 17

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • October 10, 2014
    • Don’t miss out on this deal! Visit The Barnes Foundation on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for just $11 this Friday, October 10 or next Friday, October 17.
      • Don’t miss out on this deal! Visit The Barnes Foundation on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for just $11 this Friday, October 10 or next Friday, October 17.
      • Photo Credit: (Photo by Darryl Moran Photography)

Looking for your next Philly culture fix? Well, look no further. Every Friday night through the end of the year, The Barnes Foundation will keep its doors open a little later for some after-hours art fun on The Parkway. 

From 5 to 9 p.m., guests can enjoy a drink, mix and mingle with other art-lovers and check out the Barnes’ collection of worksFriday night attendees can sip wine and cocktails in The Barnes' stunning indoor and courtyard spaces while taking in the incredible collection, which includes work by all of the greats — from Matisse to Van Gogh. 

The best part? For the next two Friday nights — Friday, October 10 and Friday, October 17 — use code UWISHUNU50 to get half off tickets courtesy of our friends at uwishunu.com. With promo code UWISHUNU50 tickets are just $11. Tickets include after-hours access to the collection, and cocktails are available for purchase at an on-site bar.

Tickets for Friday Nights at The Barnes Foundation are available at the door, online or over the phone at 215-278-7200. Just enter the code UWISHUNU50 online at checkout, mention over the phone or present the promo code at the door to redeem the deal.

Score these tickets now, and look out for upcoming special events at the Barnes, too, including First Friday soirees and Young Professional nights.


Friday Nights at The Barnes
When: Every Friday, 5-9 p.m.; Use UWISHUNU50 ticket code on Friday, October 10 and Friday, October 17
Where: The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost: $22; Free for members; $11 with code UWISHUNU50 on October 10 and 17
More info: www.barnesfoundation.org


Philly 360° Playlist: Check Out Khari Mateen's Latest Single "Wanting More"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • October 6, 2014
    • Khari Mateen performing at Chris' Jazz Cafe
      • Khari Mateen performing at Chris' Jazz Cafe
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist
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Khari Mateen has had a whirlwind year. From touring with Cody Simpson and RJD2 to releasing new music, it seems that Mateen is on a quick ascension to the forefront of the industry as a solo artist. His latest release, “Wanting More,” is next up on the Philly 360 Playlist. 

The ethereal, drum-driven track is sultry and sexy with Mateen’s reverbed voice fitting right into the groove. The drums are hypnotic, creating a groove that gets you rocking straight from the start. “I just want to get you all alone, maybe we can get to know each other baby,” He sings. Mateen sets the tone and keeps his listeners there until the end.

Mateen has been a musician since a very young age. A classically trained cellist, he began producing for artists like The Roots and even had a tenure in the group Nouveau Riche alongside Dice Raw and Nikki Jean. He's collaborated with tons of artists including Jill Scott, Tye Tribbett, The Money Making Jam Boys and more. But, there comes a certain time for an artist to step out on their own. 

By 2011, Mateen began releasing his own records and building a fan base for his artistry. Mateen dropped Khari (EP) that year and followed up with his debut independent album Waiting for Sunrise in 2012.

His self-written and produced EP, Qualia: Fall, garnered a lot of attention, especially the single “Where Did They Go.” The popular song is a tribute to fallen soldiers and is geared towards bringing more awareness to those struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

A composer, multi-instrumentalist, artist and more, when it comes to music — there isn't much that Mateen can't do. He recently scored the film that profiled Martin Luther King High School here in Philadelphia entitled, “We Are King.” 

Mateen never stops creating, even when he's busy touring the globe performing. We’re looking forward to what he comes up with next.

In the meantime, check out “Wanting More” below!  


October Must-Hit List: Wiz Khalifa, OCD: Moosh & Twist, Nas, Marsha Ambrosius, Aaron Camper & More

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • October 2, 2014
    • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Photo Credit: L. Tellington for GPTMC

Must-Hit October Events: 

UNIQLO Philly Love Fest Featuring Questlove - Saturday, October 4

To celebrate the opening of its new downtown Philadelphia flagship store, international clothing retailer UNIQLO is throwing a huge, community-themed party at  Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse. The UNIQLO Philly Love Fest will present a Philadelphia/Tokyo culture collision through food, games, music and performances. In fact, Mr. Global Philly himself, Questlove, will spin a fresh-to-death playlist for his hometown fans. 

Nas is hitting the road for a U.S. tour. He’ll perform music from the project that launched his career, Time is Illmatic—widely embraced as one of the most influential albums in hip-hop. This highly anticipated tour coincides with the release of the legendary rapper’s Tribeca Film documentary, Nas: Time Is Illmatic. Philly hip-hop fans can catch him at The Keswick Theater.


DesignPhiladelphia — Thursday, October 9 - Friday, October 17

DesignPhiladelphia returns, taking over a host of Philly venues and creative spaces this October. Now in its 10th year, the festival has grown into one of the largest of its kind, presenting 120 exhibitions, open studio tours, talks and workshops, plus 400 of the city’s brightest creative professionals.


Art After 5: Afropop Dance Party — Friday, October 17

This month’s installment of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s popular Friday night mixer, Art After 5, promises to be an unforgettable sonic journey, laced with the sweet rhythms of Afropop music. DJ Rahsaan starts the evening with the latest hits from Ghana and beyond, and multi-instrumentalist Kinobe—hailed as the new voice of Ugandan music—closes the night out with an intimate set of world music.


Forbes Under 30 Music Festival — Sunday, October 19

Music all-stars Afrojack, Wiz Khalifa, LP and OCD: Moosh & Twist land in Philly this month to headline the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival. Held at The Piazza in Northern Liberties, the festival kicks off Forbes’ Under 30 Summit, which will host 1,000 of the country’s leading young entrepreneurs for three days of panels, TED-style presentations and Shark Tank-style pitch contests.


Up-Close Live Featuring Aaron Camper — Thursday, October 23

After spending months on the road touring with industry heavyweights such as Justin Timberlake, Philly’s favorite music transplant, Aaron Camper, is back in town and performing at West Oak Lane soul food joint Relish. The next edition of Up-Close Live features two full sets of music by Camper and a live interview with Philly-based blogger and Ebony contributor Sincerely Syreeta.


Marsha Ambrosius — Thursday, October 23

Calling all the lovers: Still riding high off the release of her latest album Friends & Lovers, R&B songstress Marsha Ambrosius is set to hit The TLA on South Street for an incredible night of Philly soul. If you’re jonesin’ for Marsha’s killer vocals, sultry music and “keep-it-trill” commentary on life and love, we suggest you grab tickets now.

    • PhillyMade
      • PhillyMade
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

Philly 360° Spotlights:

Rewind: PhillyMade

The night before MIA hit the Parkway with headliners Pharrell and Kanye West, a concert/party of epic proportions went down at Voltage Lounge. A BASSic Black Entertainment–X Kontraband 215 mashup, PhillyMade featured an incredible roster of talent including West Philly emcee Chill Moody, singer/songwriter Aaron Camper, Kontraband 215 front man Scoop, and hip-hop great Common. Watch our recap video.


What’s Good In My ‘Hood: Northern Liberties

Each month, Philly 360° showcases a creative from a trendy neighborhood in Philly. We recently linked up with graphic artist and nightlife connoisseur Jake Weaver of Northern Liberties—also referred to as “NoLibs” by locals. From vintage sneaker consignment shop Sole Patrol to his favorite burger joint PYT, Jake gives us an insider’s look at his ’hood. Get details here.


Style Guide: Shop “Heritage-Hipster” in Old City

For the next edition of the Philly° 360 Style Guide, we're focusing our attention on a special group of stylish gents that we've dubbed "The Heritage Hipster." You know the type—he’s uber stylish, wears great heritage brand jeans, loves vintage everything and is well-groomed in the most unassuming way. If that’s you, then we have a few OId City shops that you must check out. Find out more here.


Rewind: The 2014 BlackStar Film Festival

For the third year in a row, BlackStar Film Festival exploded on the scene to shine a spotlight on the films and filmmakers that are broadening the definition of black cinema around the globe. Philly 360° went behind the scenes to capture the people and movement that powered BlackStar 2014. Watch our video recap.


Philly 360° Rewind: BASSic Black Entertainment & Kontraband 215 Team Up For PhillyMade At Voltage Lounge

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • October 2, 2014
    • PhillyMade
      • PhillyMade
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

The night before Jay's Made In America hit The Parkway with headliners like Pharrell, Kanye West, Steve Aoki, J. Cole and Tiesto, a concert/party of epic proportions went down at Voltage Lounge.

A BASSic Black Entertainment x Kontraband 215 mashup, PhillyMade featured an incredible roster of talent including West Philly emcee Chill Moody, BBE recording artist Aaron Camper, and Kontraband 215 frontman Scoop, and plenty of other phenomenal Philly music acts.

Touring turntablists DJ Aktive and DJ Dummy held down the turntables that night — while winner of VH1's hit TV show Flavor of Love 2Deelishis took center stage as host. 

The event masterminds, Adam Blackstone (founder of BBE and musical director for Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna) and Darrell Robinson (musical director for K Michelle, N.E.R.D and Kontraband 215) pooled their collective industry influence to pack the room full of the who's who of Philly's entertainment and music scene.

BBE recording artist Laurin Talese, Hot 107.9 on-air personality Laiya St.Clair, Philly-based R&B/pop entertainer GoGo Morrowand hip-hop great Common were all in the building for this event. Common even treated attendees to a special "live from the VIP balcony" freestyle. #winning

If you missed this event, then you definitely missed out on a good time — but we've got you covered! As always, Philly 360° was onsite capturing all of the action for our fans. Take a look at the below video recap and visual gallery for a behind-the-scenes look at exactly how PhillyMade went down.  


Take a look at our exclusive video recap and visual gallery for PhillyMade. 

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Two Ways To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With The Barnes: First Friday Flamenco Fiesta & OneHunted Day Party

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • October 1, 2014
    • With Art Philadelphia Tour With Danny Simmons - Barnes Foundation
      • With Art Philadelphia Tour With Danny Simmons - Barnes Foundation
      • Photo Credit: L. Whitaker for GPTMC

This weekend, The Barnes Foundation celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with two can't-miss events, First Friday Flamenco Fiesta and the Onehunted Day Party

Located along Philly's world famous Benjamin Franklin Parkway, The Barnes is best known for its impressive collection of art, which includes 181 Renoirs, 69 Cézannes (more than all the museums in Paris) and 59 Matisses, along with works by Manet, Van Gogh, Degas, and Picasso.

In addition to works by these well-known artists, the collection also includes an amazing selection of African Art, period furniture and antique brassware—all painstakingly curated over six decades ago by the museum's founder Dr. Albert C. Barnes.

Honoring Dr. Barnes' commitment to education, diversity and community, The Barnes is giving Philly art lovers two epic ways to enjoy their collection and campus while celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. You can get all of the deets below! 


Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with The Barnes

    • Philadelphia's own De Luna a Lunares flamenco ensemble.
      • Philadelphia's own De Luna a Lunares flamenco ensemble.
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Barnes

First Friday Flamenco Fiesta

Friday, October 3 | 6 - 9 p.m. | The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
RSVP online here. | Use the special code PHILLY360 for discounted admission.

For First Friday, The Barnes invites you to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with art, cocktails, tasty eats and fierce flamenco. Experience the sultry passion of Spain with Philly's own De Luna a Lunares flamenco ensemble, which is ed by renowned Philadelphia-based flamenco artist Monica Herrera and esteemed flamenco guitarist Cristian Puig

The evening will be hosted by Emmy Award-winning reporter Iris Delgado of Telemundo 62, and cocktails and Spanish delicacies will be available for purchase. With an incomparable collection of art, and an amazing line-up of artists — First Friday at The Barnes Foundation is the only way to kick off your weekend celebration.

Onehunted Day Party

Sunday, October 5 | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. | The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Free Admission & tickets available at site. 

On Sunday, The Barnes invites you to return for their special Hispanic Heritage Month themed Free First Sunday celebration. Co-presented by OneHunted, First Sunday at The Barnes offers guests an opportunity to learn about Latin music styles with Philly's own Luke Carlos O'Reilly & Sofrito and DJ Rahsaan of AfroTaino Productions. The Onehunted Day Party will be hosted by Philly 360° Creative Ambassador Ethel Cee.

The Barnes offers free admission and programming on the first Sunday of every month. Tickets are limited and are available on-site starting at 9 a.m.

 

Check out our video interview with Philly emcee and OneHunted Day Party host Ethel Cee. 


Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love & Gerlan Jeans Loves Patrick Kelly - April 27 - November 30, 2014

Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love & Gerlan Jeans Loves Patrick Kelly When: April 27, 2014 - November 30, 2014 Where: Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2525 Pennsylvania Avenue Cost: $20 General Admission | $14 Students More Info: www.philamuseum.org…

Body Rock - Friday, October 31

Body Rock When: Friday, October 31, 9 p.m. Where: Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front Street Cost: $5 More Info: Click here. If you’ve never been to an Illvibe Collective party before… Well, you haven’t really partied.This Philly DJ…

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…