Events 6/22-6/28: Taco Lab, Neon Philadelphia, Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade, Summer Solstice Celebration, World Cup Watch Party, Caribbean Day & More!

The latest and greatest things happening in Philly and Camden from Friday, June 22 to Thursday, June 28. Share your event by tweeting us @citywidestories or tagging us on Facebook.


Summer Solstice Celebration!

Friday, June 22nd

6:00 – 9:00 pm

Moon + Arrow

754 South 4th St.

Cost: Pay as you go  

Summer is officially here! Join Moon + Arrow to welcome in the warmer months with a Summer solstice celebration. There will be snacks, summery cocktails and art!


2018 Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade

June 22-23

10:30 am – 8:00 pm

13th and Market St.

Cost: Free

The Philadelphia Community of Leaders presents the 3rd annual Philadelphia Juneteenth Music-fest and Parade! Come out for a day of music, culture and celebration!


MY LIFE IN 19inches  

June 22

8:00 pm

The Rotunda

4014 Walnut St.

Cost: $10

Craig Liggeons brings his one-man show, MY LIFE IN 19inches, to The Rotunda. Explore 45 years in the life of a TV addict, and explore how television programming has changed, and how it has changed the way we look at each other.


Petal Pedal  

Saturday, June 23

10 am – 1 pm

Philadelphia Art Museum

2600 Ben Franklin Pkwy.

Cost: $20

Beginning at the Art Museum, Bicycle Coalition will lead a leisurely ride to the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center’s Food Forest supported by the Penn State Master Gardener Program, then Historic Strawberry and Woodford Mansion orchards, and ending at SHARE Food Program’s orchard with rest and refreshments before riding back to the museum.


Juneberry Jamboree  

Saturday, June 23

1 – 3 pm

Lucien E. Blackwell West Philadelphia Regional Library

125 South 52nd St.

Cost: Free

Learn about cooking with juneberries with the Culinary Literacy Center, Food Everyone Deserves & Fikira Bakery at Blackwell Regional Library! They will be making a variety of dishes from this local berry that can be found all around Philadelphia.


5th Annual Caribbean Day  

Saturday, June 23

10 am – 3 pm

Reading Terminal Market

51 North 12th St.

Cost: Free  

Come out for a day of food, performances (and even a parade!) held in honor of National Caribbean American Heritage Month and observing Immigrant Heritage Month. Hosted at Reading Terminal Market, you can expect food, cooking demonstrations, live performances, and more!


Molestice 2018 Free Music Festival

Saturday, June 23

12 – 8 pm

100 block of N. Mole St.

Cost: Free

Come out to this FREE annual block party on the 100 block of Mole street. Hear local music, try some craft beers, get some grub from food trucks, and more!


Midsommarfest & World Cup Watch Party

Saturday, June 23

2 – 7 pm   

American Swedish Historical Museum

1900 Pattison Ave.

Cost: $8

Join the American Swedish History Museum for a traditional Swedish celebration. There will be food, drinks, homemade Swedish pastries, live music by The Swedish Meatballs, and maypole dancing!


Full Moon Yoga Series

Sunday, June 24

3 – 5 pm

The Sable Collective

3133 N 22nd St.

Cost: $15

The Sable Collective is hosting a lunar focused yoga series! This 90 minute class will help participants harness powerful lunar energies through a yoga flow, and the last 30 minutes of class will be dedicated to decorating “moon candles.”


Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire

Sunday, June 24th  

10 am – 6 pm

Pennovation Center

3401 Grays Ferry Ave  

Cost: $15

Calling all Makers! The Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire will showcase all kinds of amazing work by makers of all ages, so come spend a day with curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they do.  


Taco Lab

Sunday, June 24

Mission Taqueria

1516 Sansom St.

Cost: (Please note, registration is required) Cost varies by party size

Join Mission Taqueria for a one-night-only menu where Scott Schroeder and Pat O’Malley from Hungry Pigeon will be the guest chefs for the evening. This event is a part of Taco Lab, a monthly guest chef series.


A Midsummer Night’s Dream Party

Sunday, June 24

6 – 10 pm

1737 Walnut St.

Cost: Pay as you go

Celebrate one of the year’s longest day at, with a night of themed cocktails, adult snow cones, candy floss and more. will be transformed into Shakespeare’s woodland wonderland, so mythical fairyland attire is encouraged!


Neon Philadelphia  

Wednesday, June 27

7 – 8:30 pm

Northwest Corner of 21st and Mt Vernon St.

Cost: $35

Join Atlas Obscura Society Philadelphia and neon advocate, Len Davidson, to celebrate Philadelphia’s rich neon history and learn about his efforts to preserve and exhibit it. You will have an opportunity to see Len’s home studio, and a walk-through of the exhibits at Park Towne Place and the former Firestone auto shop on Drexel’s campus.


Summer Love Launch Party

Thursday, June 28

3 – 8 pm

Dilworth Park

Cost: Pay as you go

Everyone’s invited to City Hall for the first party of the Wawa Welcome America festival at Dilworth Park and the City Hall Courtyard. Enjoy non-stop entertainment on multiple stages celebrating Philadelphia artists and neighborhoods, as well as food and drink.