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Coverage of the best music related events from each and every one of Philadelphia’s best concert venues as well as coverage from music festivals all over the world.

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    03 2019 June

    Radio 104.5 12th Birthday Show at BB&T Pavilion

    The Radio 104.5 Birthday shows are always one of the highlights of Summer for alternative music fans in the Philly area and the 12th Birthday show on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019, at BB&T Pavilion in Camden,...

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    20 2019 May

    The Happy Fits at The Foundry

    The Happy Fits played the Foundry this past Saturday night, May 18, 2019.  If you don’t know The Happy Fits already, you should waste no time and listen to them right away.  This three piece...

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    19 2019 May

    2019 MMR*B*Q at BB&T Pavilion

    May 18, 2019 – Another year and another successful MMR*B*Q day-long concert event at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ.  This year the weather was comfortably perfect as fans filled the venue to see this year’s...

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    20 2019 April

    Cher “Turns Back Time” in Philly

    April 21, 2019 PHILADELPHIA — Cher, the “Goddess of Pop” just came through Philly during her Farewell Tour (…well, as farewell as farewell tours go these days.)  The 16-song set with a mixture of live, film,...

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    09 2018 August

    Manson & Zombie on the Twins of Evil Tour

    August 9, 2018 CAMDEN, NJ — Another beautiful night at the BB&T Pavilion brought out a wide array of patrons.  The warm-up band was Deadly Apples, a Canadian group formed and lead by Alex Martel....

Independent Philly was at the Theatre of the Living Arts on South Street last night as Miggs, Thriving Ivory, and Ed Kowalczyk (lead singer of the band “LIVE”) kicked off a fifteen city tour. We had the pleasure of spending much of the evening with the guys from Miggs (Don Miggs, Michael Lombardo, and Ryan Scarbrough) after...

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The Mann Had Cake But It Was The Fans Who Ate It.

September 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

The weather did not disappoint at the Mann Center on Wednesday, September 15th as CAKE took the stage in front of a large crowd, however their new sound fell short. Early CAKE fans would have been disappointed at the mediocre twangy sound of the once funky rock n roll band. The atmosphere was also middle-of-the-road...

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Little Brother Plays Big Show at the TLA

September 12, 2010 | 0 Comments

Little Brother The weather may have cooled off in Philadelphia but it was nothing but hot at the TLA on South Street as hip-hop stars “Little Brother” spit fire on stage to a hyped up crowd. Little Brother, Big Crowd Mighty Healthy Independent Philly was in the house (both back stage and on stage) as Big...

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  Reggae artists may come and reggae artists may go, but Lee “Scratch” Perry remains. Singing, shimmying and shining (literally and figuratively), the 74-year-old Jamaican lit up the lighter-waving crowd Thursday at World Café Live in University City. Thanking the audience for making him “feel like Peter Pan,” Perry jumped, ran and tip-toed across the...

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MGMT: These “Kids” Rock The Mann

August 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

After seeing MGMT perform at both Coachella and Bamboozle Festival this year, Independent Philly was anxious to check the band out for a third time as they invaded Philadelphia to headline a show at the Mann Music Center. It had rained all day on Sunday but that didn’t keep the crowds away as night fell. By...

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