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The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

Tickets for all performances are available online through http://www.ticketphiladelphia.org. Tickets may be purchased in person at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Box Office. Phone orders may be placed at 215/893-1999 or 215/545-1739.
A Resident Company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Concert schedule.

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Robin Hood Dell East

Box Office Hours: 10am-5pm (M-F) or TicketMaster.
There’s nothing cooler than sitting under the stars on a summer night and watching the O’Jays spin around onstage, or humming along to a Gospel show, or getting all warm to Ashford & Simpson. Unless you’d rather come for the Caribbean Festival.

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Mummers Museum

1100 South 2nd Street (2nd and Washington). 215/336-3050. E-Mail.

Museum hours: October through April: Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm, Sunday noon-4:30pm; May through September: Tuesday 9:30am-9:30pm, Wednesday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm, Sunday noon-4:30pm. Closed Mondays, all Holidays, and Sundays in July and August. Adults $3.50, Child (under 12), Students, and Seniors (aarp) $2.50. Group rates and tour packages available. Parking is free (handicap accessible).
The Mummers Museum opened in 1976 and is dedicated to the Philadelphia celebration of New Years. If you’ve never seen a Mummers Parade, you’ll be fascinated. If you have seen the Mummers, this is a chance to see memorabilia from the long history of these amateur strutters. There are also lectures, children’s programs, and, of course, concerts. Consult their website for the schedule of programs throughout the year.

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Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Shows under the stars, with the stars. There’s a great view of the skyline to the right of the stage, if it’s not too hazy on a summer night. The Philadelphia Orchestra, Pops, jazz and pop series.Get free lawn tickets to see the Philadelphia Orchestra perform on dates in June and July.

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Mandell Theater

Mandell Theater is the primary venue for the College of Media Arts and Design’s Department of Performing Arts. It is a proscenium theater with a maximum seating capacity of 424 people and is handicap accessible. Samuel and Ida Mandell initiated its development for the enjoyment of students and the community. Mandell Theater houses productions by Drexel’s Theater, Dance and Music programs as well as conferences, lectures, professional symposia, and open houses. Events

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The Kimmel Center

Call Center open daily from 9am-8pm at 215/893-1999, or online anytime. Gift certificates available.
300 S Broad St. New home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Philly Pops, many other resident companies. Verizon Hall seats 2,500; Perelman Hall seats 640. More than 3,900 public parking spaces within three blocks.

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Howl at the Moon

With amazing drinks, food and music, Howl at the Moon is truly the Dueling Piano Bar That Rocks! Howl’s entertainers perform nightly on pianos, guitars and more in a high energy show that never stops. From 80’s rock to today’s hits: you say it, they’ll play it. Planning an event? Howl at the Moon can host your next gathering no matter how big or small. Already have a venue lined up? Howl can bring the show to you with Howl 2 Go!

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Fergie’s Pub

Open 7 days. Kitchen open til midnight every night.
Nestled in the heart of Center City, Fergie’s Pub is home to all the best of a real Irish Pub: warm, friendly atmosphere and the best Guinness on tap in the city. Recently voted the Best Neighborhood Bar in Philadelphia, Fergie’s is the perfect place to unwind with friends. The traditional Irish menu includes favorites such as shepherd’s pie, fish and chips and burgers sure to please. Tuesday and Thursday nights showcase the local favorite Quizo game. A variety of live music can be seen here Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at no charge. Close proximity to the Convention Center and the Marriott.

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