While the forecast threatens to rain in the Puerto Rico Day parade, for now, it is still scheduled to take place on Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Saturday. WXPN's big event, the Xponential Music Festival, brings together three days of music in Camden's Wiggins Park, while Philadelphia Fashion Week fills the city center with charm. The weather conditions may deny this weekend's title, but the creators of “It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia” are here to present their podcast “Always Sunny” to their fervent fans. When four black men sit down to a game of dominoes, known colloquially as “bones”, they don't expect life-changing results.
But a chance meeting soon turns serious as secrets and vulnerabilities are revealed in the new play “Bonez”. Playwright Stephen H. Broadnax III explored similar emotional territory in his play “Bayard Rustin: Inside Ashland”, which also premiered in People's Light. When Ana's beloved book club becomes the center of a documentary, things change unexpectedly. In The Book Club Play, a new member and the revelations that accompany several bottles of wine while the cameras are recording give comedy gold.
Philadelphia's Capital Jazz Fest is an annual event held during Black Music Month since 1993 and is one of the main black music events in the country, with more than 30 performances over three days. The event is a “rain or shine” event and traffic delays can be expected during its course. Motorists are advised to avoid the area using alternative routes. Road closures, parking restrictions, and details of the June 19 parade and festival are below. SEPTA bus routes 40 and 42 will deviate from their normal routes starting at 5 in the morning.
From Sunday, June 18, until approximately 3 p.m., SEPTA Route 52 will deviate from its normal route starting at 5 in the morning. From Sunday, June 18 until approximately 9 p.m., the city will provide law enforcement support, traffic control and emergency medical services for the event and surrounding area. In addition, the public should expect congestion in the area. If you're attending the event, plan for driving, public transportation, parking, and child supervision. It is recommended that attendees wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing.
For tips and general information on how to prepare and prepare for special events, read the Safety Guide for Special Events before you attend. Join us in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on February 10th 2024 for a full day of educational and jazz clinics! With proper preparation and planning you can make sure your experience at Capital Jazz Fest is enjoyable and safe.