Too many shows, too little time.
It can be a little overwhelming to keep track of all the best (and most affordable) shows to hit. We know this struggle firsthand which is why we’ve compiled a list of our 13 favorite artists gracing Philly with their presence this fall. Our list ranges from indie to punk to pop, so don’t worry, we’ve got it all covered. Grab your calendar and mark these dates cause we promise, they’ll all be dope.

Top 13 shows you cannot miss this fall.
All prices listed are as of September 9th.

  1. The Band CAMINO
    September 14th, Theatre of Living Arts, $16.50
  2. Christian French
    September 17th, The Foundry, $15
  3. Alter Bridge, Skillet, and Dirty Honey
    September 25th, The Met Philadelphia, $30
  4. Sure Sure
    September 28th, Theatre of Living Arts, $22.50
  5. Mt. Joy and Mo Lowda & the Humble
    October 4th, The Fillmore, $25
  6. Grayscale, Belmont, Bearings, and Rich People
    October 5th, Theatre of Living Arts, $17
  7. Noah Kahan
    October 8th, Union Transfer, $20
  8. The Head and the Heart and Illiterate Light
    October 8th (choices, choices), The Met Philadelphia, $30
  9. Dermot Kennedy
    October 24th, The Fillmore, $30
  10. MILKK
    October 26th, Creep Records Store, $12
  11. The Maine
    November 2nd, Union Transfer, $25
  12. The 1975
    November 16th, BB&T Pavilion Camden, $40
  13. Hozier and Angie McMahon
    November 19th, The Met Philadelphia, $40

No friends, no problem.
If you don’t have any cool friends who do cool things with you, don’t worry, we’ve got that covered too. Let us know what show you’ll be at and maybe, just maybe, we can hang.

Published by Amanda Sigman

Just a 20 year old girl writing about marketing, branding, creativity, and the occasional Jesus jam and rant.

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