Halloween Parties at Underground Arts
Underground Arts presents three spooktacular events during the week of Halloween. The Amazonian Nights-themed party goes down on Tuesday (Tuesday, October 29) followed by the Devil’s Night Dance Party II inspired by 1994 film The Crow (Wednesday, October 30). Finally, on Halloween night, the Dracula’s Ball concert features performances by Conjure One and Statiqbloom.
When:October 29-31Where:Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill StreetCost:Varies by party
Horror on the Hill Halloween Crawl
On Halloween, Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood invites folks out for a scary good time during the Horror on the Hill Halloween Crawl. Crawlers can fuel up for the night with the special-edition All Hallows’ Pie at Wood Street Pizza. Then, guests can head to the Trestle Inn for a vinyl dance party and drink specials. Love City Brewing also gets in on the spooky fun with food trucks and live music by the After Dinner Mints all night long.
When:Thursday, October 31, 5 p.m. – 2 a.m.Where:Various locations including Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton StreetCost:Free admission; pay-as-you-go food and drink
Site/Sound, a new fall festival, brings installations and performances to the Rail Park, Philadelphia’s elevated public space.
Many more details: Site/Sound Arts Festival Energizes Philadelphia’s Rail Park, October 5-19
The three-week “Site/Sound” festival spotlights parts of the old track bed that have not yet been developed into Philadelphia’s new Rail Park.
We’re sad to report that PhilaMOCA is being forced to temporarily close. All events below will be relocated, please check back for updates or check our Facebook page. We’ll be back as soon as possible!
Detailed list of relocated, rescheduled, and cancelled events: PhilaMOCA: Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art
Source: RESCHEDULED: Star Party
Much more: What’s new at the Rail Park?
TWIN PEAKS actor James Marshall headlines this year’s Eraserhood Forever with opening musical act F–k You, Tammy!
About this Event
The 2019 Eraserhood Forever kicks off with a live performance from Brooklyn supergroup, Fuck You Tammy, performing the music of Julee Cruise, Angelo Badalamenti, and other TWIN PEAKS-related songs. Headlining the event will be TWIN PEAKS fan favorite actor James Marshall who will join us for an on-stage Q&A followed by a meet and greet. James is still cool, he’s always been cool.
Plus DJ @ThatsOurWaldo (Welcome to Twin Peaks) and host Ben Velvet!
A street-level exploration of Philadelphia’s infamous Callowhill Industrial Historic District with “Walking the Eraserhood” photoessay author Bob Bruhin.
Bruhin will discuss his experiences in this dramatically distressed neighborhood, the forces that inspired his photoessay, and the delicate balance between preservation and improvement in play within the Callowhill District. Brind your cameras and/or phones to document this ever changing historical area!
[Copies of “Walking the Eraserhood” will be avilable at severely discounted prices after the tour.]
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Karen Bruhin and I are proud to have been selected — along with a large number of our beloved local photography peers — to exhibit our work in Philly Reveal!
The exhibit is from July 22 – September 13 and will be featured in the Art Gallery at City Hall, Room 116, as well as the two display cases on the first floor.
A reception date is TBD.