May 29th-June 7th | Various Locations
stablished in 2008, it’s the largest beer celebration of its kind in America, featuring hundreds of festivals, dinners, tours, pub crawls, tastings and meet-the-brewer nights to area bars, restaurants and other locations throughout Greater Philadelphia. Since our founding, nearly 100 other cities worldwide have copied Philadelphia’s success to launch their own beer weeks. Philly Beer Week highlights the region’s diverse beer scene – its world-class breweries, neighborhood taverns, trend-setting restaurants and rich beer culture and history.
June 2nd | 7-10 pm | The Franklin Institute
Science After Hours Presents: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Calling all Wyld Stallyns. Dial-in to the right year andlearn about scientific advancements during the ages of Socrates Johnson, Bob Genghis Khan, Maxine of Arc and of course Abraham LIncoln. Feeling daring? Try playing games against the Reaper.This is sure to be a most excellent adventure!
June 2nd | 8-10 pm | Dilworth Park
Pictures in the Park – Draft Day. Get lost in the latest Hollywood blockbusters right in the cozy confines of William Penn’s new front yard. Bring a chair, grab a drink & dinner at ROSA BLANCA CAFÉ, and then settle in for a one-of-a-kind cinema experience.
June 3rd | 5 – 7 pm | Center City
CCD Sips returns this summer with the same great drink and appetizer specials. Join us every Wednesday from 5-7pm, June 3 – September 2 for $5 cocktails, $4 wine, $3 beer and half-priced appetizers*
June 3rd | 6:30 pm | Ed Kelly Amphitheater
The Pennypack Park Music Festival presents the sounds of Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger Tribute at the Ed Kelly Amphitheater.
June 4th | 5-7 pm | Dilworth Park
DJs & Drinks at Dilworth Park – Latin with DJ Chillio Ortiz It’s time to get down at Dilworth and our DJs are just the ones to get you moving. Too shy, you say? There are plenty of drink specials from ROSA BLANCA CAFÉ to get you loosened up and in the mood to groove.
June 5th | 5-9 pm | Old City
Hosted by the Old City Arts Association since its 1991 inception, First Friday is a unique cultural event in Philadelphia and one of the city’s most popular evening escapes. Held the first Friday night of each month, this arts community “open house” brings together city dwellers and suburbanites, contemporary arts and antique collectors, aficionados of classical and contemporary design, and theater and performance buffs.