Enjoy a themed tour focusing on the history of the Kimmel Center and architectural and construction highlights. You'll see the Commonwealth Plaza, Perelman Theater, Verizon Hall, Merck Arts Education Center and the Dorrance H. Hamilton Garden. First Saturday tours will also include an organ demonstration.
Stylistically falling somewhere between Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, Tori Amos has garnered much praise for her stark, honest lyrics and gripping melodies. Since her debut album, "Little Earthquakes," was released over 20 years ago, she has sold over 12 million albums and made significant inroads as a humanitarian and co-founder of RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network). Amos returns to the road to support her latest effort, "Unrepentant Geraldines," which is her 14th studio recording.
Since they first hit the rock scene with the release of their monumental debut album, 'Days of Future Passed,' The Moody Blues have continued to produce music that bridges the gap between classical and pop-rock genres. Formed in 1964 in Birmingham, England, this enduring rock legend, whose hits include 'Nights in White Satin,' 'Tuesday Afternoon,' 'I Know You're Out There Somewhere' and many others, has sold in excess of 50 million albums worldwide. They are currently touring to celebrate the 45th anniversary of their esteemed debut album.
Phila Flea Market's motto is "Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You." They offer a variety of different vendors each neighborhood they visit. This time they will be in the air-conditioned Kimmel Center.
King Crimson is guitarist Robert Fripp. Over the years, his ever-changing cast of members has been a virtual 'Who's Who' of progressive music, such as Jon Anderson and Bill Bruford of Yes, Greg Lake of ELP, Tony Levin and Adrian Belew. The latest edition features Fripp with Adrian Belew, Gavin Harrison, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.