Events Calendar

March 19, 2020
Passport to the World

Starting on March 19, Red Owl Tavern is launching an all-new series of exclusive globe-trotting events called Passport to the World: A Global Culinary Adventure. The events will consist of dishes and drinks from the Viking era and around the world. Tickets are $81 and can be purchased here. 433 Chestnut St., 215.923.2267,

April 16, 2020
Philadelphia Science Festival

From April 16 to 25, 2020, celebrate science and technology at the Franklin Institute, with STEM-focused activities, including Science Happy Hour at the Bourse Food Hall and a coffee lab at Saxby's. There will also be a science carnival along the parkway and science in the ballpark at Citizens Bank Park. Various Locations., 215.448.1152,

April 30, 2020
Dining in for Life
On April 30, instead of dining out, Action Wellness is asking you to dine in to support those with HIV by ordering take-out from one or more of over 100 participating local restaurants. Participants are encouraged to log on to @ActionWellPhilly and use the hashtags #DineInEndHIVPHL and #DineOnlineEndHIV to share their dining experience.

May 1, 2020
Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival

From May 1 to July 5, Philadelphians are welcome to come celebrate the fifth annual Chinese Lantern Festival. This year in Franklin Square, Historic Philadelphia puts on their famed festival with authentic performances, foods, lanterns—including the 200-foot-long dragon! Come and enjoy this highly-anticipated Philly event with your friends and family. 6-11 p.m., tickets from $18, Franklin Square, 215.629.4026; purchase tickets here.

May 4, 2020
South Street Spring Festival

On May 4, the South Street Spring Festival officially brings springtime to the city of Philadelphia. With eight blocks of art, live music, food, drink and shopping, visitors can make their way down South Street all while enjoying the various flavors, cuisines and creativity of the city. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., open-admission, South & Front St. to South & Eighth St., 215.413.3713

May 9, 2020
Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival

On May 9, celebrate the new season with the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival, a foodie and shopper dream happening right on Walnut Street. One hundred vendors and counting will be lining the traffic-closed streets, setting up shop with fashion, music, food and drink for all to enjoy. 12 p.m. - 5 p.m., open-admission, Walnut Street from Broad to 19th Street & 17th and 18th from Sansom to Locust, 215.972.0101

May 26, 2020
Is God Is

From May 26 - June 14, the Wilma Theater presents an award-winning dark comedy by playwright Aleshea Harris about two sisters who travel from the deep south to northern California for revenge on their father. The performance, directed by James IJames, combines tragedy with hip-hop and Afropunk. Tickets $35, 265 S. Broad St., 215.546.7824,

May 31, 2020
Mind, Body, and Bubbly Wellness Event

On May 31, Philly PR Girl is holding their third annual Health Fair: Mind, Body, and Bubbly. With bubbly in hand, attendees can rejuvenate and explore the event’s marketplace—interacting with Philly’s top beauty and wellness vendors. An extra VIP Hour includes a mini-retreat full of yoga, meditation and a sound bath. Early bird tickets are $20 with regular tickets starting at $30 and can be purchased here. Location 215, 990 Spring Garden St.,

June 23, 2020
KPMG Women PGA Championship

From June 23 to 28, Aronimink will be hosting the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship for the first time. The tournament is the second-longest running in the history of the LPGA and is a highly acclaimed competition in women’s golf. Children ages 17 and under accompanied by an adult are free, while adult tickets are from $25 and can be purchased here. 3600 St. Davids Rd, Newtown Square, 610.910.9548,

September 30, 2020
B. PHL Innovation Festival

From September 30 to October 2, the city of Philadelphia will host its second B. PHL Innovation Festival. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in workshops, sessions and exhibits highlighting innovation in various fields such as health care, film, music and engineering throughout the city. The three-day festival is aimed to inspire new ideas and create valuable connections. Multiple locations,