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Cirque du Soleil’s OvO Comes to the Liacouras Center

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There are few things in life as breathtaking as the fantastical productions put on by Cirque du Soleil. Using only the term “circus” is an appalling understatement when describing the world phenomenon that Cirque has blossomed into over the years. During their first Canadian province-wide tour in 1984, Guy Laliberte

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MANNA’s 24th Annual Shut Up & Dance

The 24th Annual Shut Up & Dance benefit performance on April 9 still has us talking, as it is one of our favorite events of the year! Featuring never-before-seen original choreography presented by Pennsylvania Ballet dancers, Shut Up & Dance benefits MANNA, a nonprofit that prepares and delivers nourishing meals

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Upcoming Concerts in Philadelphia: April Edition

Philadelphia is a place known for amazing concert venues, and this month, there are so many eclectic artists coming to those venues! From country to rock, here are some of the upcoming concerts in Philadelphia this month! Trace Adkins 92.5 WXTU is hosting the 6 Man Jam Guitar Pull Charity

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José González and yMusic Collaborate for Noteworthy Month-Long Tour

Swedish indie folk singer-songwriter and guitarist José González delivered an exceptional performance with New York City’s yMusic Wednesday night at The Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall. González is popular for his down-tuned guitar style and emotional, poetic lyrics.  A chamber music ensemble, YMusic pride themselves on their avant-garde compositions. The group is comprised

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College Student Leads ‘The Sound of Music’ on Tour

Try to find a single person who has never seen The Sound of Music. It’s practically impossible. Adapted from the novel The Story of the Trapp Family Singers by Maria von Trapp, The Sound of Music first took Broadway by storm in 1959. Nearly 60 years later, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s composition

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Upcoming Concerts in Philadelphia: March Edition

Philly is known for its amazing music scene, which is why dedicate a post each month to let residents know which great artists are coming to the City of Brotherly Love. Here are just a few of the incredible musicians and singers coming to Philadelphia in March 2016! Rachel Platten Belt

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The Prince Returns for ‘Pippin’ at the Kimmel Center

The incredible musical story of a young prince who journeys to find the meaning of his existence is now playing in Philadelphia. The Tony Award-winning musical Pippin plays at the Kimmel Center until Sunday, February 28 for its Philadelphia premiere, and we were lucky enough to go to opening night! Pippin tells the story

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Awkward Sex Stories to be Shared at L’Etage

Awkward Sex and the City is an honest, recurring storytelling show starring some of New York’s most engaging comedians . In it, the artists openly share their personal, hilarious sexual experiences in each performance. They will be returning to Philadelphia for the fourth time for the Winter Tour, “Cold May Cause Shrinkage,” on

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Beauty and the Beast Shines at the Academy of Music

When picturing the year 1991, hair scrunchies, baggy overalls, and crop tops usually come to mind. We tend to forget that it was also the year Disney released their animated version of Beauty and the Beast! The film immediately became a smash hit and it’s impressive musical score earned two

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An Electrifying Tribute to The Beatles Plays This Weekend Only

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Beatles enthusiasts united on Thursday and Friday night for Broadway Philadelphia’s Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles at the Merriam Theater. It was a packed house for the opening, with diehard fans shuffling through the entrance the moment the doors opened. As a result of an underground fire in Center City, there

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