Guys, it’s finally starting to feel like summer. The weather’s supposed to be stellar this weekend, Philly Beer Week is wrapping up, Pride Month is just getting started and there’s a seemingly endless stream of events you can attend.
The Odunde Festival is known as one of the longest-standing and largest African-American street festivals in America. Enjoy African, Caribbean and soul food at the festival along with more than 100 vendors selling food and merchandise across a 12-block stretch of South Street in Graduate Hospital.
Continue to celebrate Philly Beer Week with a family friendly block party that will feature carnival games, a dunk tank, local art, DJs and more. And of course there will be plenty of beer along with partners like Frankford Hall, Johnny Brendas, Fishtown Tavern, Sancho Pistola's and more.
On Frankford Avenue between Girard and Master at 1210 Frankford Ave.
As part of Pride Month, communities across the US including Philadelphia will host marches on Sunday. The Equality March for Unity and Pride Philly aims to peacefully address concerns about how the current political climate is a threat to LGBTQ+ individuals and rights.
Thomas Paine Plaza at 1401 John F Kennedy Blvd. 19102
The Philadelphia Dyke March is not a parade. It's a protest and a movement meant to elevate "the dyke voice and experience." Bring friends, kids, signs, banners, costumes, whistles and whatever else you've got up your sleeve. Chill in the park afterwards with free water ice.
See The Killers, Foster the People, Bleachers, Andrew McMahon, Marian Hill and more in Camden for the Radio 104.5 Birthday Celebration. While the official tickets are sold out, there appear to be seats available on Ticketmaster and StubHub. May the odds be ever in your favor.
Would you like to listen to exclusively Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Drake and Justin Timberlake literally ALL NIGHT? You're in luck. The "4PLAY" party -- yes, that's what it's called -- is coming to Voltage Lounge. (And they're selling $6 citywides with tall cans. Wink wink.)
The Night Nation Run is a roving "running music festival." Want to make your 5K personal record? This probably isn't for you. Instead, this glow-in-the-dark 5K around South Philly has music stops along the course, along with an after party and an after-AFTER party.
XFinity Live! at 1100 Pattison Ave.
June 10, 2017 at 7:30 pm to June 11, 2017 at 2:00 am
WXPN is welcoming California folk band Dawes to the Fillmore. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster. This is an all-ages event, and here's a recommendation: Looks like there are some tickets available on the Facebook page. Click "find out more" below to check it out.
Join Bell's Brewery at El Camino Real as part of Philly Beer Week and the restaurant's continuing Second Saturday/Sunday Beer Brunch Series. Check out the beer garden and enjoy brunch specials plus "Drunken Doughnuts" to pair with each beer.
Local Philly-area breweries will take part in "Tailgate Olympics" at Devil's Den. They'll be playing Giant Beer Pong, Washers, Giant Jenga, Kan Jam Ladder Golf and Bagg-o. And you get to enjoy their favorite beers and tailgate food from Devil's Den.