Now that Spring has sprung, Summer 2012 is slowly but surely on its way! Summer plans are taking place and everyone is prepping for vacationing, sun-bathing, relaxation, and some hot Philly events! However, if you can’t make it to the beach this summer and you are interested in some close-to-home fun, Philadelphia is where you’ll find some amazing Summer hot spots! Any in favor of Budweiser?! On September 1st and 2nd, 2012, Philadelphia will be hosting the 2-day Budweiser Made In America festival. The festival will be located at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia and will also be supporting and benefitting the United Way Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Want to know the best part about it? One of America’s biggest entertainers, artist and rapper, Jay-Z, will be performing! Along with Jay-Z, many other various performers from a variety of different genres such as Rap, Rock, Latin, R & B, and dance acts will be joining him at this amazing festival. There is something for everyone so you are bound to love this event! For tickets and more information, feel free to visit www.BudweiserMadeinAmerica.com!
Are there any Bruce Springsteen lovers out there?! Another great event you do not want to miss is currently happening right now at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia! Celebrate Bruce Springsteen’s life and career at the phenomenal display which was developed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. At the National Constitution Center, Bruce Springsteen fans will experience a huge display of over 150 personal items of one of American’s most beloved entertainers. Tickets are currently $24.50 for Adults, $23.00 for Seniors, and $12.00 for Children under 12 years of age. Fans, buy your tickets in advance because this is one spectacular exhibit. The display will be in Philadelphia until September 3rd, 2012! You can purchase tickets at the Independence Vision Center or online at www.visitphilly.com. Make sure you experience “From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen.” It is an exhibit you won’t want to miss!