Philadelphia Weekend Guide August 14th-16th

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Looking for the best events in your city this weekend? Popfeeder has decided to use our expertise to guide you in the right direction to make sure you have a good time after a long work week. Check out our favorite events in the City of Brotherly Love in the Philadelphia Weekend Guide August 14th-16th.

Friday, August 14th

DJ Montone at Down Nightclub

Who: DJ Montone

Where: Down Nightclub. 262 South 16th St. Philadelphia PA 19102

When: Friday August 14th from 10:00pm – 2:00am

Tickets: No Tickets Needed. Cover charge is $15 at the door.

Details: : DJ Montone is one of Philly’s rising Stars. His mixing ability and son selection keeps people on the dance floor all night long.Down Nightclub is one of Philadelphia’s newest and most popular clubs. This Friday night will be jam packed it’s sure to be one for the books.

Other Events on Friday August 14, 2015:

  • Coda Nightclub: Autograf, Jesse Tyler, Jeff Omega
  • Recess: Recess Fridays
  • Rumor: Jerome Isma – Ae
  • Z-Bar: Z-Bar Fridays

Saturday, August 15th

Quilly, KUR, and PNB Rock at Soundgarden

Who: Quilly, KUR, and PNB Rock

Where: Soundgarden Hall. 520 N. Columbus Ave. Philadelphia PA 19123

When: Saturday August 15th from 10:00pm to 2:00am

Tickets: Quilly, KUR, and PNB Rock Tickets.

Details: They’ve been referred to by many as the best Philly rappers coming up right now. And now, for the first time ever, they share a stage for one night of real Philadelphia Hip-Hop.

Other Events on Saturday August 15, 2015:

  • Coda Nightclub: The Ten Band, SYE Young, and DJ Daily
  • Down Nightclub: Menace Cartel
  • Recess: Recess Saturdays
  • Rumor: DJ N9ne
  • Z-Bar: Z Bar Saturday’s

Sunday, August 16th

29th Annual Caribbean Festival at Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing

Who: 29th Annual Caribbean Festival

Where: Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

When: Sunday, August 16th from Noon – 8:00pm

Tickets: Entry to the Festival is FREE

Details: Presented as part of the PECO Multicultural Series, guests of the festival will be transported to the Caribbean through food, music, shopping, performances and more.

Talented Caribbean music and dance groups from all over the country will take the stage including Philly’s own Jah People and Philly PanStars, a drum band. Musicians will perform a wide array of music at the festival — gospel, hip hop, soca, reggae and more.

Festival attendees can fill up on authentic food like jerk chicken, codfish cakes, curried goat, roti and more. For the younger set, there will be a Caribbean Children’s Village, which will be complete with storytelling, drumming and a dance performance.

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