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Venango Hall

900 W. Venango St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

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First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia

2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

(215) 563-3980

First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia We are an intentionally diverse Unitarian Universalist congregation inspired by our historic urban ministry established in 1796. We seek to lead meaningful lives, to love one another without prejudice, and to build a just and sustainable world. [more]

The Psalm Salon

5841 Overbrook Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

215-477-7578

The Psalm Salon Art is the lifeblood of civl society. As an expression of the human soul, art is the vital tip of a living vine that arches unerringly towards the light of human possibility. Recognizing the transformative power of art, PSALM has created the PSALM Salon, a laboratory where engaged audiences can interact with creative [more]

Mann Music Center

52nd and Parkside Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

Mann Music Center A summer destination since the 1930’s, The Mann Center for the Performing Arts, located in Philadelphia’s beautiful Fairmount Park, continues its rich tradition as the Delaware Valley’s premiere outdoor cultural arts center: Concerts and programs encompass all musical genres – from pop, jazz, rock [more]

Theatre of Living Arts

334 South Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

215-922-1011

Theatre of Living Arts The TLA, also known as The Fillmore at the Theatre of the Living Arts or Theater of the Living Arts, is a music venue located at 334 South Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a standing-room-only venue converted from an old single-screen movie theater. It has a capacity of about 810 and is used for smaller [more]

Trocadero

1003 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (E. Center City) United States

215-922-6888

The Trocadero Theatre first opened in 1870 as a house for musical comedies and traveling minstrel shows. Later, vaudeville and burlesque came to its stage, and later still, it was refurbished for use as an art house cinema and fine arts theatre. In 1986, the Trocadero was again remodeled for its current use as a concert hall and dance club. The [more]