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March 27, 2014

Tonight Picks: Pizza Dinner Options Across The City, Philly Wine Week Continues, Upright Citizens Brigade At World Cafe Live And More

From a comedy show to plenty of options for dinner, the city is full of activity this evening. For those who don’t feel like cooking, pizza is always a good idea, and Philly is full of delicious pizza options in neighborhoods across the city. Take a look at our guide to where to find the [...]

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February 27, 2014

Tonight Picks: East Passyunk Restaurant Week, The Philadelphia Orchestra’s TuneIN Concert, Karneval Kick-Off Party At Brauhaus Schmitz And More

East Passyunk Avenue Restaurant Week continues to feed the masses thanks to discounted dinner deals at 24 participating restaurants. Whether you’re craving margaritas and Mexican fare or French wine and delicate plates, one of the eateries is sure to satisfy your cravings. The Philadelphia Orchestra debuts a new kind of concert, TuneIN, a casual, early-evening [...]

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February 24, 2014

The Philadelphia Orchestra Hosts A Relaxed Evening Of Music And Dance In Its First TuneIN Concert This Thursday, February 27

Though it’s hard to improve upon the experience of taking in a concert by the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, this week the orchestra offers up the opportunity to catch the beautiful music in relaxed come one, come all atmosphere. On Thursday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. our city’s orchestra debuts a brand-new way to engage with [...]

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January 16, 2014

Roundup: Our Picks For Martin Luther King Day Celebrations In Philadelphia, Including Free And Discounted Admission To Some Of The City’s Popular Museums

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a man who promised and brought positive change to a nation, in a number of ways this week and weekend in Philadelphia. Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 20, is a day to honor the man who caused so much change in the world of civil rights. From orchestral [...]

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January 8, 2014

Kevin And Michael Bacon And Jill Scott Join Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin And The Philadelphia Orchestra For The 157th Academy Of Music Anniversary Concert, Saturday, January 25

The Grand Old Lady of Locust Street turns 157 years old this year, and The Philadelphia Orchestra has a stellar evening planned to celebrate. A resplendent annual affair, the 157th Anniversary Concert and Ball returns to celebrate the historic Academy of Music — oldest known opera house continuously in use in the U.S. — on [...]

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January 6, 2014

The Philadelphia Orchestra Honors Martin Luther King Jr. With A Free Tribute Concert, Monday, January 20

Pay homage to Martin Luther King Jr. as The Philadelphia Orchestra performs a free concert in his name on Monday, January 20. Directed by Cristian Măcelaru, the concert coincides with the end of the countywide Day of Service, allowing volunteers to attend the afternoon of music. The annual Day of Service is a full day [...]

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October 7, 2013

Save The Date: The Philadelphia Orchestra Hosts A Free Neighborhood Concert At Temple University, Wednesday, November 6

What’s better than taking in a concert by the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra? Catching the beautiful music for free. On Wednesday, November 6 at 6:30 p.m. our city’s outstanding orchestra is set to impress new audiences during a free neighborhood concert at Temple University’s Performing Arts Center. Taking up the baton for his first neighborhood concert [...]

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October 2, 2013

Tonight Picks, Indian Summer Edition: Get Outside And Enjoy The Awesome Weather – PHS Pop-Up Garden, Alfresco Dining, Farmers’ Markets, Evening Strolls, Free Orchestra Concert And More

Awesome weather alert: it’s GORGEOUS outside. It’s October 2nd and it’s 80 degrees and sunny. All the benefits of summer without the humidity? Yes, please. So take advantage tonight by getting outside. The amazing PHS Pop-Up Garden (above) is closing for good next Friday (why?!?), so tonight is a great opportunity to visit the pop-up [...]

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July 18, 2013

The Philadelphia Orchestra Continues Its Summer Tradition Of Performing Alfresco At Longwood Gardens, July 18-19, And The Mann, Starting July 23

This summer, The Philadelphia Orchestra takes its symphonic tunes out of the concert hall and into the great outdoors for alfresco concert series this July and August. At Longwood Gardens this week, July 18-19, see the orchestra from a grassy vantage and hear a mixed bill of classical pieces led by conductors Cristian Macelaru and [...]

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July 2, 2013

Tonight Picks: Philadelphia Orchestra’s Free Neighborhood Concert Plus Fireworks At Penn’s Landing, Free Screening Of Rocky On The Art Museum Steps, The All-American Celebration On The Mall And More

Patriotism is on high tonight in the City of Brotherly Love with an assortment of pre-Independence Day fun. Choose from a concert, a museum visit, an outdoor movie screening and even some fireworks at Penn’s Landing — all at no cost. That’s right, all 4th of July festivities tonight are free. With the Wawa Welcome [...]

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