Philadelphia Neighborhood’s Biggest Summer Kitchen, Music Festival Returns Bigger Than Ever In August – CBS Philly
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After a pandemic delay, the 2nd Street Festival returns and will resume Northern Liberties on Sunday, August 7, from noon to 9 p.m. The event will feature over 200 bands, DJs, restaurants, bars, breweries, distilleries, food trucks, artists, entertainers, makers, small businesses, musicians and neighborhood businesses.
This year, the 2nd Street Festival will span North 2nd Street from Spring Garden Street to Girard Avenue.
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This is one of the largest lineups of outdoor festival music for a festival in Philadelphia since events returned after the pandemic shutdown.
There will be two main stages and music spots along the festival footprint.
The all-day lineup will include two dozen live bands, DJs, drummers and other artists.
The event will include some of the biggest names in town and the new restaurants that have opened during the pandemic.
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There will also be designers and artists hosted by Art Star, as well as family fun, photo shoots, balloon art, splash zone, glitter tattoos, pops -ups for small businesses and much more.
“2nd Street Festival is back and bigger than ever in Northern Liberties,” said Ann Lastuvka of Virginia Belle Events, executive producer of 2nd St Festival. “One of Philadelphia’s biggest and greatest summer traditions returns with the biggest footprint in our history, along with tons of new programs and vendors this year. We’ve been working for months and months to bring this event back to life. -loved it and we can’t wait to see everyone back on N. 2nd Street this summer!
A portion of the proceeds will come from the festival’s programs and services through the Northern Liberties Neighborhood Association (NLNA) and the Northern Liberties Business Improvement District (NLBID).
This is the biggest event in Philadelphia in August and the biggest Northern Liberties/Fishtown event of the year.
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You can see more information on the official website of the 2nd festival.