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Go wild all night long at the second annual PHSH Tank Block Party

Hit up Fishtown for the anticipated PHSH Tank Block Party

Go wild all night long at the second annual PHSH Tank Block Party

Photo by ShotsFired

Fishtown is the place to be for an all-out music and arts bash this summer.

The PHSH Tank Block Party returns to entice the Philly crowd on Saturday, July 20 with an incredible music and arts lineup, as well as delicious eats and drinks.

Last year’s unforgettable block party might be difficult to top, but PHSH Tank is ready to up the ante with even more blastin’ music and cool visual art, including:

  • $TUNT LOCO (DJ Sylo, Cool Hand Luke & MC Matt Ford)
  • THE BOUNCE (Bo Bliz)
  • ILLVIBE COLLECTIVE (Mr. Sonny James & Lil Dave)
  • THE BOOM BAP (Case Bloom)
  • VACATIONER (DJ SET)

The night’s celebration of visual aesthetics encompasses sartorial art as well. Check out designs from the night’s featured Philly-based clothing lines: ANML HSE, The Decades Hat Co., Najeeb Sheikh and Radlands. These local threads prove that you can definitely look stylish while partying up a storm all night long.

Enjoy some of Philly’s best food trucks like Cherry Bombs Bus, PB & Jams and Dapper Dog to energize your night, and wash down those good eats with bountiful libations from National Bohemian to keep the party going.

With an extensive amount of music, food and drinks, there is no doubt that this block party will get the neighborhood hype this summer.

Thompson & Front St (outside of Kung Fu Necktie)
Block Party : 2pm-8pm
Afterparty : 8pm-2am
$10 all day admission / 21+ to enter
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