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Restorations, Spaceship Aloha, John The Conqueror and more to play The Key’s Waterfront Sessions at Spruce Street Harbor and Blue Cross RiverRink

Restorations play 8Seconds for FEST 13| Photo by John Vettese
Restorations | Photo by John Vettese

After a cool winter season curating the live music at the Delaware River Waterfront’s Winterfest, we’re psyched to announce our summer lineup. The Key’s Waterfront Sessions kick off next Thursday, June 11th, with a free concert at Spruce Street Harbor Park by Americana faves Song Dogs and blues-rock rabble rousers John the Conqueror. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Pattern is Movement at Spruce Street Harbor, Drake at Susquehanna Bank Center, Family Vacation at RUBA

Pattern Is Movement
Pattern Is Movement | photo by Mark Schaffer

Spruce Street Harbor Park‘s free summer concert series ends tonight with Pattern is Movement.  The duo of Chris Ward and Andrew Thiboldeaux got home from touring with Wye Oak just a couple of weeks ago, supporting their own new self-titled record out on the road.  The album took years to complete and was introduced slowly to fans by way of a listening party mash-up at PhilaMOCA last year, where it was paired with an edited screening of There Will Be Blood.  The electronic / R&B duo will perform alongside Moon Bounce tonight.  More information can be found here.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Purling Hiss at Spruce Street Harbor, Sarah McLachlan at the Mann, Yikes the Zero at Kung Fu Necktie

purling hiss
Photo via https://www.facebook.com/PurlingHiss

Philly fuzz rockers Purling Hiss will play a free show tonight at the Spruce Street Harbor as a fundraiser for Vox Populi Gallery.   A re-issue of their 2011 record, Dizzy Polizzy, was recently released and we can expect their new record, Drag City, on September 23rd.  Click here for more info about the pop-up show tonight. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Ron Gallo at Spruce Street Harbor, Dean Ween Group at Chameleon Club and Bok Nero at The Fire

Photo via www.facebook.com/rongallomusic
Photo via www.facebook.com/rongallomusic

Toy Soldiers frontman Ron Gallo promotes his new solo album Ronny at this fun Summer Party event presented by Why I Love Philly at Spruce Street Harbor Park. Fellow Philadelphians The Lawsuits and Up the Chain will also be on the bill making for an exciting, action packed performance. Ticketing information for the $10 show for adults 21+ can be found here. Also, be sure to check out a new song below, entitled “Fine Diners and Finer Whiners.”

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