Since Thanksgiving Eve, the Philly A&E news cycle has been on hyper-overdrive, as if an old...
Published: 07/26/2013 | 0 Comments Posted
We always get a ton of stuff that doesn't make it into the official agenda for one reason or another. Or sometimes it does! Anyway, this is some of the stuff that CP staffers are attempting to get to this weekend their own selves. You have no excuse for boredom.
FRIDAY JULY 26
- It's probably best to let the title of this Connie's Ric-Rac event speak for itself: Punk and Punk and Folk and doom due to getting ones ass kicked in the dick.
- Azealia Banks, Mike Taylor and Khari Mateen @ Starlight Ballroom Philly. Or maybe it’s at Voyeur. Hard to tell. Chance of free Red Bull: 49 percent.
- Garbage Fest 2 kicks off tonight @ Little Berlin. Among the performance artists, there's gonna be a dude trapped in a cluster of balloons who gets the audience to pop 'em all for him.
- Maybe this is your thing: ECWD 2013 Growing Our Cooperatives, Growing Our Communities Biennial Conference @ Drexel.
- PhilaMOCA/Exhumed Films screen two low-budget films about outcast bikers. Stick around for the motorcycle safety short starring William Smith, Peter Fonda and Evel Knieval.
- Spiral Bookcase is celebrating three years in business. Expect readings, music and book spiraling.
- The Improbables, Atlantic Thrills, The Abandos and Mr. Unloved @ Ortlieb's.
- Gogol Bordello haunts the TLA
- Smith Westerns rock Union Transfer. Just look at this photo
- Shakespeare in Clark Park presents The Tempest
SATURDAY JULY 27
- The Beekeepers have a new release so they're gonna buzz World Café Live
- The Flyers are selling lots of stuff for cheap. Bryz jerseys must go!
- Trayvon Martin: Race Matters — Drexel presents "a candid panel discussion on race, (in)justice, and activism" @ Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building.
- I Am Not The Universe album release party @ Connie's.
- University City District’s 40th Street Summer Series — see The Heavens Atheists Gospel Choir outdoors @ 40th and Walnut.
- Slow dance with strangers at Studio 34. It's way more innocent than it sounds.
SUNDAY JULY 28
- Secret Cinema does Trailer Trash @ the Colonial Theater in Phoenixville.
- Bob Dorough (of Schoolhouse Rock fame) @ World Café Live.
- The Bubble, a documentary that exposes the seedy side of the town Disney built, ax murderer and all, screens @ the iHouse.
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