Philly loves the movies and what better way to enjoy them than outdoors and at notable and historical sites throughout Philly? Get your movie buddies, popcorn and other movie-watching treats together for this amazing line up:
Yesterday you were in for a real treat at Penn’s Landing as Taste of Philly kicked off the 11-day Wawa Welcome America! Festival. The Philadelphia Freedom Jazz Orchestra and Gerald Veasley serenaded you as you enjoyed delectable treats from Philly’s best restaurants. So far, it has all the promises of a great weekend of food,…
I scream You scream Well all scream For ice cream On July 2 and 3, as a part of Wawa Welcome America! Festival, ice cream lovers of all ages will have the chance to consume as much ice cream as you can at the Super Scooper All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival.
The fourth of July is also about celebrating the different cultures that make up our society. Throughout the 11-day celebrations, Wawa Welcome America gives you the perfect opportunities to expand your knowledge of food, music and cultures. On July 2, head over to Chinatown (10th and Race Sts.) to join in the Chinatown Block Party.
A celebration of the U.S.’s independence is not complete without honoring the men and women dedicated to serving our country at home and around the world. As a part of the 11-day Wawa Welcome America! Festival, join in a picnic and a special military change of command.
Hoagies – one of Philly’s signature sandwiches that can’t be duplicated anywhere else. This sandwich form is among my favorites. I hear part of the secret lies in the bread. For hoagie lovers near and far, June 29 will be a special day.
From June 24 – 26, some of Philly’s favorite culinary artists will gather at Penn’s Landing to give you a Taste of Philadelphia and officially kick off the start of Wawa Welcome America! Festival.
The official start of summer and the longest day of the year is June 21 and the WAWA Welcome America! Festival is a whole nine days away. Can you stand all this waiting?
The month of June is upon us and in Philadelphia that means one of many things: the WAWA Welcome America! Festival will soon be under way. For those of you who have yet to experience these festivities, it involves 11 days (yes, 11 days) of events in celebration of Independence Day.
I don’t know about you, but I miss PIFA and all of the amazing events that took place. I have a few more photos from this wonderful month of Paris in Philly. What was your favorite part of PIFA?