Three of them are already sold out. Chris Kasper's among friends at World Cafe Live, plus the latest Red Bull Sound Select set hits Underground Arts.
Kate Faust hosts "Sittin' In" at the Kimmel, MGK plays to a sold-out TLA with King Los, and Hezekiah returns to Johnny Brenda's without Johnny Popcorn.
San Fermin and Natalie Prass team up at UT, Emily Kinney spreads her wings beyond “The Walking Dead,” and Oddisee helps satisfy your craving for dope hip-hop.
Brielle helps close out WPXN’s Key Fest, Gary Nunez and his fantastic Plena Libre play the Annenberg on Friday, and Work Drugs headlines a sure-to-please night at JBs.
Guitarist Dave Manley will wow tonight at World Cafe Live, Good Old War’s sold out First Unitarian, and the Indigo Girls have Philly’s young musicians extra excited.
Rebirth Brass Band hits Ardmore, Lotus plays a two-night stand, mewithoutYou sells out again, and there’s folk, reggae and classic punk on deck, too.
By melding music from around the globe, Worldtown Sound System has become one phenomenal party starter.
Here’s what not to miss Saturday, when practically every corner of Philadelphia will be alive with amazing artistry.
The Philly four-piece’s second album, “You’re Gonna Miss It All,” could be the home run they’ve been swinging for.
That they’ve come this far since their formation in late 2011 is a testament not just to the band’s ambition and skill, but to its chemistry.