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11 Things to do in Philly This Month

The Editors | June 1, 2018 | Lifestyle

We've got 11 must-see events to add to your June social calendar.


Center City District Sips

With summer in full swing, Wednesdays are reserved for the happiest of happy hours with specially priced drinks and fare throughout 95 Philadelphia bars and restaurants. 5-7pm, pricing varies, Center City,


Wall Ball

Home to the nation’s largest art program, the city’s neighborhoods continue to transform thanks to Mural Arts Philadelphia. This year’s ball celebrates Mural Arts Philadelphia COO Joan Reilly and board chair David Pudlin. 6pm, tickets from $200, The Fillmore Philadelphia, Northern Liberties,


Great Chefs Event

Join Marc Vetri and Alex’s Lemonade Stand, along with 40 other chefs, at URBN’s headquarters for an afternoon of unforgettable cuisine. 12:30-4pm, tickets from $250, Stadium District,


11th Annual Adopt a Pig Golf Outing

Enjoy bloody marys, Mike’s Hard Lemonade stations, live music and life on the green at this year’s Adopt a Pig Golf Outing. All proceeds from the event will go toward support services for parents and children who are fighting cancer. Times vary, tickets from $125, Stonewall Golf Club, Elverson,



The iconic Grammy winning rock band U2 returns to Philadelphia with their new eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE World Tour to perform hit songs like“Elevation” and “Sunday Bloody Sunday.” Tickets from $45, VIP tickets from $395, Wells Fargo Center, Stadium District,



A whole new world comes to Philadelphia as Tony Award winners Bob Crowley, Gregg Barnes and Natasha Katz bring the Disney classic to life, along with new additions from director Casey Nicholaw. Times vary, tickets $20-$160, Academy of Music, Avenue of the Arts,


Flag Day: Stripes and Stars Festival

Forget the sparklers and watch as skydivers jump over Independence Mall while listening to the Army Field Band Brass Quintet—all in celebration of our country and the City of Brotherly Love. 10am, price varies, Old City,


Philadelphia Concours D’Elegance Preview Gala

View classic cars from Europe and America, along with historic automobiles at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum. All proceeds from the evening will support research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. 6:30pm, tickets $150, table $1,000, Airport District,


Harry Connick Jr.

See Grammy and Emmywinning actor, musician, singer and composer Harry Connick Jr. as he makes a special appearance in Philadelphia at the Mann Center in honor of the New Orleans Tricentennial Celebration. 8pm, tickets from $49.50, Fairmount Park,


Ball on the Square

One of Philly’s biggest annual galas, this year’s party features a sit-down dinner, music and dancing all under the stars in Rittenhouse Square Park. Proceeds will help to recast and restore the cherished “Billy” the goat. 7pm, tickets from $625, Center City,


Face to Face:

Portraits of Artists Examining the importance of art in history through a stunning collection of rare photos, visitors will see works from the likes of Dorothy Norman. Times vary, tickets $14-$20, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Parkway District,

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