Monday, July 6, 2015

Second Street Festival returns to rock Northern Liberties

Second Street Festival returns to rock Northern Liberties

Second Street Festival returns to rock Northern Liberties

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Continue the summer festival fun at the Second Street Festival, an all-day block party complete with games, live music, crafts and of course delicious eats and drinks on Saturday, August 4 from noon until 10 p.m in Northern Liberties.

As the best of local live music performs on The Piazza at Schmidt’s stage, enjoy food and drinks from more than 100 Philly-area vendors.

Guests will hear tunes from a diverse selection of musical acts that includes The Low Anthem, The Bailey Hounds, Denison Witmer, Brad Hinton Band, Banned Books and Angela Sheik. You can check out the full music lineup here.

NoLib's most popular restaurants will provide some major eats, so bring your appetite and indulge in samples from El Camino Real, Standard Tap, Bar Ferdinand and much more.

Admission into the festival is free, with food, drinks, and merchandise all available in a pay-as-you-go setup. But if you want to splurge even more on a fantastic time and support the neighborhood, there is a special Friends of Second Street VIP ticket option that has an open bar, even more food and reserved seating to watch the festival's live acts.

The Second Street Festival is definitely the place to be this summer in one of Philly's trendiest neighborhoods.

Noon-10 p.m.
N. second St. between Germantown and Green Sts.
Free admission, VIP tickets $100 each, $170 for pair
More info here
Purchase VIP tickets here
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