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7 Can’t Miss Events Happening This Week in Philly

Science After Hours Presents: Camp Franklinana Summer Camp

July 14 | 7-10 pm | The Franklin Institute


Science After Hours Presents: Camp Franklinana: Summer Camp Take a trip back to childhood and embrace your inner camper on a cool summer night at Camp Frankliana! Finally get the real ingredients for bug juice, indulge in s’mores a la science, play your favorite camp games and make arts and crafts at the best summer camp in town!


P.M @ P.M Summer Nights Concert Series

July 15th | 5-8 pm | UPenn Museum of Archeology & Anthropology


The Philadelphia Songwriters Project showcases up-and-coming musicians, with a diverse array of sounds that enthralls audiences with their lyrical and musical nuance. This performance features all four winners of their annual songwriting contest.


Neil Young + Promise of the Real

July 16 | 7:30 pm | Susquehanna Bank Center


Don’t miss Neil Young + Promise of the Real live in concert!


Screening Under the Stars: The Wizard of Oz

July 16th | 8:30 – 10:30 pm | Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing


Screening Under the Stars Come enjoy the beauty of the waterfront while watching blockbuster movies on our big screen. Films will begin at dusk, but be sure to come early as the best seats fill up fast.


Taste of the Italian Market

July 18th | 10 am – 2 pm | The Italian Market


If you’re looking for a real culinary adventure in the country’s oldest outdoor market, the Philadelphia Food Tour of the Italian Market on 9th Street, Chef Jacquie is your girl. A native of South Philadelphia who lived two blocks from the Market, she is also a professional chef and grew up with most of the shop owners on 9th Street.



July 18th | 5-9 pm | American Swedish Historical Museum


Spend a summer evening sampling local Philly and Swedish lagers, ales, stouts, and more paired alongside a spread of savories like Swedish meatballs, cheeses, and sausages. A taste of Sweden meets the Philadelphia beer scene looking out over FDR Park at the fifth annual SmörgåsBeer’d.


Seth MacFarlane with the Baltimore Sympthony

July 18th | 8 pm | The Mann Center for Performing Arts


Joel McNeely, conductor Family Guy funny man and Grammy-nominated artist, ​​Seth MacFarlane, showcases his smooth singing talents with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Hear your favorite American Songbook classics in one unforgettable summer night, only at the Mann.

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