Planning to ring in your Halloween weekend Philly style? If so, we have the hottest party tips and top spots to hit for you and your crew. Go all out with the Halloween club extravaganzas, bar brawls, and dance parties serving up witches brew and transforming their settings with scary décor. Each party offers discounted General Admission tickets with your first drink free, VIP open Bar tickets and Bottle Service options! So, dress up in the latest, craziest, sexiest Halloween costumes and buy your tickets to the spookiest places to go in Philadelphia for great Halloween fun.
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Kickin' it in Philly this weekend? We got ya covered!
FRIDAY, JUNE 1st
Where: Between Front and Third, and Market and Vine Streets.
Where: G Lounge, 111 South 17th Street
SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd
Memorial Day is the official kick-off of the year's summer festivities and Joonbug's got you covered. There are a bunch of great concerts, parties and events this weekend so be sure to check them out. So, whether you're heading to the shore or staying in Center City, we've got you covered!
Morgan’s Pier – Philly’s first waterfront Beer Garden (25th-27th)
Jade Alston+Raheem DeVaughn+Damarco @ Prince Music Theater
This week is buzzing with parties! Here are a few ideas to get your weekend started, and don't forget that Sunday is Mother's Day. Showing up to family functions aren't usually best spent hungover, at least not in the beginning.
Thursday, May 10th
HELLO PHILADELPHIA! With the warm weather looming and festivals impending, we know you're in the mood for some musical love in the coming weeks. Youll be glad to hear you have a seemingly endless list of musical options happening soon, including Steve Aoki, The Weeknd, Bassnectar, John Legend, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Death Cab for Cutie, Acid Mothers Temple (which is obligatory), Andrew Bird, Spriritualized, M83, and tons more. Also, the Spring Edition of the Punk Rock Flea Market is coming up on May 13, which is always a great time, so don't miss it! As always, if we forgot a show or you want something listed, comment below.
Leave the city. Physically, spiritually, et al. Brush off that car that’s been parked three blocks away for months and hit the gas. Wander up to Midtown, purchase a round trip ticket, listen for the next departing NJ Transit line and bolt to the tracks. Within two hours beyond the threshold of the Five Boroughs are assortments of adventures to be had and the best time to cash in is now.
Those trees you see on occasion, there are more of those. Try Harriman State Park. Watch the landscape transform on a northbound train to this beautiful state park ripe with hiking trails and camp grounds, making this day trip is worth a weekend. For the explorer in you, there is Civil War era copper and silver mines littered through out the region and plenty of lakes open for swimming or, with the right permit, boating. Harriman State Park is also connected to Bear Mountain State Park which hosts a fun Octoberfest every year that is highly recommended. You’ll likely run into Appalachian Trail hikers who, if not too exhausted, will share further insight on the parks wonders.
Happening on Saturday, April 7th is the 11th Annual Young Professionals Ball at Trust in Philadelphia. Located at 249 Arch St. in the Old City neighborhood, this event is sure to be a great experience for all the city’s young nurses, grad students, doctors and scenesters.
From 8pm to 2am enjoy beer, wine, and mixed drink specials as you explore Trust’s multiple party floors, dance areas and non-stop DJ, not to mention the chance to party in a 10,000 square foot bi-level neoclassical event space.