Philly Beer Week 2017 Cheat Sheet

MyPhillyAlive 2017 Philly Beer Week Cheat Sheet

‘Beer Enthusiasts – Start Your Engines’ It's that time of year again when Philadelphians get excited about Philly Beer Week. Not only those from the city or the surrounding area, but those who specifically come to this week long event for a specific reason from far away. Especially since Philly Beer Week is celebrating 10 years of beers! Did you know that Philly Beer Week is the largest and oldest beer celebration of its kind in the United States. All of this would make perfect sense … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Memorial Day Weekend Activities, Historical Activities For Kids, Franklin Institute Mirror Maze Exhibit, Fireworks, HOG Relay, Opening Tap and More!

Memorial Day Weekend In Philadelphia

'Remembering Those Men & Women Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Our Freedom' Are you ready for a long weekend of fun and relaxation? Many people seem to be making plans to go outside the city. Why, when there is so much to do within this awesome City of Philadelphia. Many Philadelphia’s museums and attractions will honor the men and women of military, both past and present, will host Memorial Day events throughout the weekend and on Memorial Day itself. Let’s not forget those men and … [Read more...]

Memorial Day Weekend In Philadelphia

Independence Mall - Photo by D. Cruz Courtesy of Visit Philadelphia

  'Exploring All Things To Do In Philadelphia Memorial Day Weekend' When we think of Memorial Day Weekend, we normally think that the beginning of Summer is right around the corner. There is so much to do in the City of Brotherly Love! Please enjoy our long weekend guide that will include special events and exhibits, outdoor festivals and activities, special Philadelphia museum's and attractions just for the commemoration of Memorial Day, an urban beach lounge and much more! … [Read more...]

The Annual WAWA Hoagie Day

WAWA Hoagie Day

'Celebrating With FREE WAWA Hoagies!'  Imagine 6 tons of hoagies! Now imagine a free hoagie! That's what you get with WAWA Hoagie Day! WAWA Hoagie Day was celebrated in 1992 with a free, 500-foot hoagie. On that day, then-Mayor Ed Rendell, proclaimed the hoagie the “Official Sandwich of Philadelphia.” Decades later, the 25th annual Wawa Hoagie Day taking place on June 29 at noon, focuses on honoring our troops and expands on Wawa’s partnership with the USO, is one of the tastier … [Read more...]

Celebrate July 4th In Philadelphia With 50+ Free Events During Wawa Welcome America Festival!

4th of July and Wawa Welcome America Festival in Philadelphia

'50 + FREE Events In 6-Days In Philly' Philadelphia is not only a great city, but the birthplace of America! Why not celebrate the Fourth of July in Philly during the best 6-day festival in the country! This year marks the 25th anniversary of Wawa Welcome America! For six full days from June 29 to July 4, people of all ages will be able to enjoy free museum days, concerts, firework shows, parades, block parties, festive brunches and much more! This year's theme for the festival is … [Read more...]

Summer Fun At Spruce Street Harbor Park And RiverRink Summerfest

Spruce Street Harbor Park

'A Magical Summertime Destination'  It's back for a fourth year, by popular demand, the Spruce Street Harbor Park! This urban area is being transformed into an outdoor paradise at the Penn’s Landing Marina. But wait! Let's welcome back the Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest for year three! The Blue Cross RiverRink will be transformed into a roller rink. The Delaware River Waterfront will bring loads of excitement to include a floating restaurant, boardwalk, hammocks, tons of colorful … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Parks On Tap, Silkies Hike, Italian Market Festival, Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival, Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby and Arts Festival, Craft Beer and Wine Festival, Burger Brawl and More!

City Hall Philadelphia

'Festivals Galore! Bring Your Walking Shoes!' The weekend kicks off with Parks On Tap, Spruce Street Harbor Park, Chinese Lantern Festival, the continuation of American Spirits: The Rise & Fall of Prohibition and more. During the weekend enjoy the Spruce Street Harbor Park, Silkies Hike, the Italian Market Festival, the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival, Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby & Arts Festival, Plazapalooza, Craft Beer and Wine festival, 40th Street Summer … [Read more...]

40th Street Summer Series in University City

40th Street Summer Series in University City

"Relaxing Family Fun in University City'  Come shake'em, rock'em and roll'em... Every summer, the University City District, the Rotunda and Penn host the 40th Street Summer Series. A free outdoor music series that is family-friendly, now in its thirteenth year. Each concert is scheduled for a Saturday in the summer from June to September, starting at 6 pm. These live performances take place on the greenspace at 40th and Walnuts Streets, just behind the Walnut West Free Library. Not … [Read more...]

Plazapalooza in Graduate Hospital Neighborhood

Plazapoolza In Graduate Hospital Neighborhood

'Fun Times In Graduate Hospital Neighborhood' Let the good times roll during Plazapalooza on May 20 from noon to 7 pm in Graduate Hospital neighborhood! Enjoy a casual setting at the Grays Ferry Triangle at 23rd and South Street! There will be food, drinks, live music and games for the whole family. Such Philly food trucks as Phoebe’s BBQ, Samosa Deb and Tacos Don Memo. There will be live music hosted by Jeff from South Street Sounds and his band, Tall Trees, along with … [Read more...]

Philly Burger Brawl! ~ Who Has The Best Burger In Philadelphia!

Philly Burger Brawl

‘Tasting Burgers From All Across The City For A Good Cause!’ Get your taste buds ready for a burger feast! Welcome back the 7th Annual Philly Burger Brawl! Held at XFinity Live May 21 from 3 pm to 6 pm, this special event funds literacy programming through technology for Philadelphia’s undeserved children in our public elementary schools. Burger Brawl Atmosphere and Experience What first started out as a neighborhood fundraiser for the Wasserman’s children’s school, The … [Read more...]