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|15 Jul 2022||Elton John 2022||Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia|
|23 Sep 2021||Inaugural Northern Liberties Night Market||N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123|
|02 Oct 2021||Oktoberfest - Under the Big Tent||St. Anselm Parish, Philadelphia|
|25 Sep 2021||Philly Soca Wine Food & Music Fest||Awbury Farm, Philadelphia|
|29 Sep 2021||Beardmobile Love Tour Presents Wilma Portable Studio||FDR Park Philly, Philadelphia|
|01 Oct 2021||Jefferson Berry & The UAC FREE The Lounge at World Cafe Live||World Cafe Live, Philadelphia|
|06 Oct 2021||How Long Gone||Johnny Brenda's, Philadelphia|
|27 Sep 2021||Captain Ambivalent at The Fire||The Fire, Philadelphia|
|03 Nov 2021||Nada Surf at World Cafe Live||World Cafe Live, Philadelphia|
|11 Dec 2021||Veronica Stanton - The Lounge at WCL||World Cafe Live, Philadelphia|
One of the most popular tourist cities in the West coast, Philadelphia city is a great place to explore if you’re in the mood to party and have fun. The city is home to some awesome festivals which you just cannot miss out on. From the Philadelphia folk festival to film screenings, there’s something for everybody.Whether you’re a foodie, movie lover or science nerd, the city’s got festivals that cover pretty much any sector. Here’s a lowdown on some of the best festivals in the city:
A lantern festival is a popular event that occurs every year in the city. Here, thousands of Chinese lanterns, handcrafted especially for the event rise into the sky, creating a vibrant exhibition of colours. Creatures that are included in the designs include pandas, lions, sea creatures and even mythological ones like the dragon.
The Philadelphia folk festival features the best in world folk music as thousands of music lovers come together. The event is run by volunteers and sees around 35,000 visitors every year. There are also 7,000 campers who set up tents in the zone. The cherry blossom festival is another unmissable event in the city. It commemorates an almost century-year-old tradition where Japan gifted 1,600 flowering blossoms to Philly. There’s a lot of dance, singing and music inspired by Japanese-American culture that happens and you’re sure to have a great time with friends or family.
The Philadelphia Film Society hosts their annual Film Festival which features over 100 films in a span of 11 years. Happening in October, more than 25,000 film lovers throng the festival and enjoy the various programs on offer. Films from the world’s most prestigious festivals - including Berlin, Toronto, Cannes and Sundance all feature on the roster, every year.
The Festival pier Philadelphia features a massive stage which hosts rock and pop shows, along with a beer garden, boardwalk and beach. There are plenty of activities and things to enjoy, including food trucks, live performances, great atmosphere and even an artificial beach by the water. You’re sure to have a great time with family or friends if you visit here.
The city of Philadelphia also has a great science festival that inspires, engages and educates people in the region about the latest technology and science developments. The Franklin Institute organise this event, and this features more than 200 of the best cultural, science and educational establishments who educate adults and family across the city.
If you’re a food lover, there are many things to explore as well. The taco festival Philadelphia sees the best Mexican restaurants in the area bring out their big guns. From tacos of all shapes and sizes, you can also enjoy beer, sodas and margaritas in the area. There is also an Italian festival in Philadelphia for those who love their pizzas, pasta and more. Overall, Philadelphia is a great place to explore if you love heading out and meeting new people at festivals. There is a great culture to try new things and a sense of togetherness that you will love to be a part of. Head over to Allevents to get all the latest info on all events in the city and more.