Molestice Block Party! A FREE Mini Music Festival In Center City!

Molestice Courtesy of Philip Gabriel Photography for Molestice

‘Dancing In The Streets With Great Bands’

Enjoy a fantastic selection of live music at Molestice Mini Music Festival block party on June 24, 2017!

Molestice, hosted by Mole Street, a digital marketing and entertainment booking agency in Philadelphia, is a block party and music festival that celebrates the summer solstice.

The block party is held at 100 North Mole Street (between Cherry & Race Sts) in Center City from noon to 8 pm.

Musicgoers will enjoy live music, some of which are local bands, food and beer from Fergie’s Pub, food trucks and activities for all ages!

This year’s headliner is Low Cut Connie, a rock ‘n’ roll band based in Philly, a band best known for its rebel-rousing rock and roll!

2017 Music Lineup:

A goal of Mole Street regarding Molestice in the next 3-5 years is to grow Molestice from a single block party to a citywide celebration. When you check out Mole Street on a map of Philadelphia, this quirky street extends from the deep South all the way to North Philadelphia.

So come out for some fun, great music, and experience Molestice like never before!


100 North Mole Street (between Cherry & Race Sts)
Philadelphia, PA 19102


June 24, 2017


Noon – 8:00 pm


FREE  |  Register Tickets (Free)

Beer & Food is Pay-As-You-Go

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Photos Courtesy of Molestice by Philip Gabriel Photography

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