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This Week in Philly


What’s going on This Week in Philly…

Monday, May 30

  • With Blue Cross RiverRink SummerFest just opening days earlier, Memorial Day is the perfect day to check out the Roller Rink and Lodge – especially since it’s free for Memorial Day Weekend only!
  • Lincoln Financial Field has been hosting the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships all weekend and Monday is the Division 1 Championship game. Game starts at 1 p.m.!

Tuesday, May 31

  • Taco Tuesday at Distrito is the place to be Tuesday nights! From 5 to 7 p.m., tacos are $2, guacamole and salsa are $5, and Latin beers are discounted. Eat up!
  • Mugshots in Fairmount holds a free open-mic night every Tuesday starting at 7 p.m. Enjoy their organic coffee and locally made food while also taking in some free entertainment! This is a family-friendly event!

Wednesday, June 1

  • Center City District Sips is back for the summer! Join friends and coworkers every Wednesday for $5 cocktails, $4 wine, and $3 beer and half-priced appetizers from 5 to 7 p.m. at participating bars and restaurants.
  • PHS Pop up Gardens are popping up at the Viaduct Rail Park and South Street this summer! With food and drink menus offered and special entertainment throughout the summer, the Pop Up Gardens are a great way to enjoy the sunshine in the city!

Thursday, June 2

  • Calling all Marvel fans! Wizard World Comic Con is coming to Philadelphia for the weekend. Expect appearances by Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, and Tom Hiddleston (swoon!)
  • Save the date for WLH Positively Pink Masquerade Party*. From 6 to 9 p.m., indulge in pink cocktails while also enjoying live entertainment and a DJ, and all for a good cause! Proceeds from the ticket sales go to Unite for HER. Purchase your tickets here!

Friday, June 3

  • It’s Philly’s Beer Week and Opening Tap is the official kick off party. Head to the Filmore from 6 to 10 p.m. for live music, food and of course, BEER! Don’t miss your chance to get tickets here!
  • James Oliver Gallery presents Revisitations, recent works by Allison Hardt. Her works are inspired by Laura Barnes ­– founder of the Barnes Foundation Arboretum School and wife of Albert C. Barnes. Join them for the opening reception of the show from 6 to 10 p.m.

Saturday, June 4

  • The Roots Picnic is back for their 9th annual year at Festival Pier with performances by Leon Bridges, Future, and Usher! You don’t want to miss this incredible line-up!
  • Art for the Cash Poor’s main event is this Saturday. First-time art collectors have a firsthand chance to speak to new and established artists about all things art. The best part is that all pieces are $199 and below! Get your tickets here.

Sunday, June 5

  • Coffee & Tea Festival Philly: Iced is the first of its kind in the mid-Atlantic region and in the Philadelphia area. This “all things coffee and tea” festival will be served on ice! Think iced tea, iced coffee, cold brewing, ready-to-drink, tea/coffee infused frozen products, and more! Taking place at the Navy Yard from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Take advantage of PMG’s first ever Philly Free Week – a week of free admission to the Magic Gardens for Philadelphians! The week kicks off on Sunday afternoon with a special celebration featuring music by Bridgeset Sound and a fun photo booth by Poseybooth from noon – 3:00 p.m.
  • The Philadelphia International Cycling Classic welcomes top international professional cyclists to compete in a 12.3-mile circuit course throughout the City of Brotherly Love. Cheer on dozens of men and women’s teams as the compete to be the first at the finish line!

*WLH is a client of Philly PR Girl

1 Comment
  1. Thanks for sharing the opening of Revisitations!