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  • 8:00 PMPOSTPONED! Bowerbird presents ALASH
  • Thumb alash2020 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. Bowerbird presents ALASHPhiladelphia favorites Alash return to The Rotunda for a FREE concert. Alash are masters of Tuvan throat singing (xöömei), a remarkable technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time. Masters of traditional Tuvan instruments as well as the art of throat singing, Alash are deeply committed to traditional Tuvan music and culture. At the same time, they are fans of western music. Believing that traditional music must constantly evolve, the musicians subtly infuse their songs with western elements, creating their own unique style that is fresh and new, yet true to their Tuvan musical heritage.Admission is FREEIN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 8:00 PMPOSTPONED! Event Horizon pres. Proteus 3, Nocturne Blue, Bernhard Wöstheinrich
  • Thumb eventhorizonapril42020website 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. Event Horizon Series presentsProteus-3, Nocturne Blue, Bernhard WöstheinrichProteus-3 is a trio consisting of multi-instrumentalists Juan Garces (The Melting Transistor, The Equinox Project, Black Thujone), George Bley (Jersey shore-based solo artist, best know for behind-the-scenes tour work for such artists as Berhard Wöstheinrich and Markus Reuter), and Mike Hunter (Ombient, Black Thujone and host of the WPRB radio program Music With Space.) Nocturne Blue - Nocturne Blue is an art rock band led by Emmy-winning singer/songwriter Dutch Rall which incorporates elements of downtempo, post-rock, and German-leaning electronica. The group began as a long distance, lo-fi recording project via Los Angeles and Berlin between Dutch and U8 Touch guitarist Markus Reuter, but has since developed into a fully formed band with live shows utilizing Rall's video art projection. Studio recordings continue to include music legends such as Trey Gunn, Tony Levin, and Julie Slick.
Currently performing in support of their latest release 'The True Sparrow' with Mark Cook on Warr guitar, Nocturne Blue is often compared to Massive Attack, Bowie, Daniel Lanois, Sylvian's work with Fripp, or on a good day, The Blue Nile. Bernhard Wöstheinrich is a sound artist, improviser and painter living in Berlin. Bernhard elicits meaning from abstraction in electronic music and painting. He has studied graphic design and has created an eclectic body of work in both graphics and music. In addition to being a renowned solo artist, he is also a member of the pioneering experimental group, centrozoon.Admission is FREEAND THEN ON FRIDAY MAY 8:Event Horizon Series presentsBeard Farm, Axon Defecto, Don SlepianBeard Farm - d/a73 impresario Wright Lagrone has said, “Beard Farm is both the best and the worst name for a band that d/a73 has ever encountered”. Players Tom Bruce and Karl Fury play stringed instruments, hardware and software synthesizers, Linnstrument controllers and iPads. Beard Farm has appeared at electro-music festivals and other venues throughout the Northeast and in Asheville, NC. Karl Fury is a multi-instrumentalist and composer from central New Jersey. His musical background ranges from rock and blues to jazz-rock, world music, ambient, electronic and free improvisation. Karl performed and recorded for several years in the world music duo Near East with Mahan Rishi Singh Khalsa. Karl continues to collaborate and record with Dr. Brad Garton, head of the Columbia University Computer Music Center in New York City, and with The  A founding member of The Equinox Project with Juan Garces and David Berends, Karl also continues to record and perform solo instrumental music. Thomas R. Bruce is a musician and sound designer living in Ithaca, NY. Along with Beard Farm, he performs as a solo artist and in two other collaborations: DFLT (with James Spitznagel, and WPS (with Charles Shriner). At different points in a varied and checkered career, he has been hailed as an artistic vandal by Opera News, lauded as a leading innovator and visionary in the American legal profession by the American Bar Association Journal, and found eminently suitable for employment by Fluegel Brothers’ Dog and Pony Circus by leading theatrical critic Leonard Simons, who declared himself willing to put in a call to Colonel Fluegel on his behalf. Links to their recorded works are here and their SoundCloud page is here. Axon Defecto - Bass underscorred Ambient Looping Soundscapes. Axon Defecto is a project created to explore the ambient textures that are possible of the six string electric bass used with pedals, filters and loopers combined with synthesizer sequencing. Don Slepian - Don Slepian, Electronic Classical Keyboardist, combines unique skills in musical electronics with a lifetime of electronic music performance. He was originally known for his innovative 1980 Ambient Electronica release, “The Sea of Bliss”, used in the early ’80’s in the NPR program “Music from the Hearts of Space”. “His music is already at the level of sonic and musical integration which few achieve — simultaneously stimulating and effervescent and soothing and profound.” — “Hearts of Space” Music Guide “… one of the genre’s major talents…” — Rolling Stone MagazineBorn into a scientific family, music technologist Don Slepian showed both musical and technical talent early in life. He was a tester on the early internet as a member of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Synthesizer Soloist with the Honolulu Symphony and Musical Director of the Honolulu Theater For Youth. He has been presented by WNYC’s “New Sounds” in New York’s Lincoln Center and performed at the Pompidou Center in Paris. He is currently living in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania where he writes and builds instruments.Admission is FREEIN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 2:00 PMPOSTPONED! Survivor Stories
  • Thumb 82603258 2786251851461721 2641264664947720192 o 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. Survivor Stories2pm-4pmSurvivors of sexual abuse and assault are invited to read a poem, tell a story, sing a song, share in any way they see fit. If you would like to share at this event email askasurvivor@gmail.com for more info. Spots are filling up quickly. Admission is FREE. more info coming soon. IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 8:00 PMPOSTPONED! Bright Bulb presents CineSPEAK
  • 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. THE BRIGHT BULB SCREENING SERIES 2020
Free Screenings @ 8pm The Second Thursday of Each Month

April 09, 2020: Hosted by Sarah Mueller of CineSPEAK, engaging diverse audiences through independent, repertory + foreign film programming 
- Program To Be Announced 
www.facebook.com/cineSPEAKeasyAdmission is FREECHECK OUT OTHER SCREENINGS IN THE BRIGHT BULB SERIES!

May 14th, 2020: THE SECRET CINEMA, Jay Schwartz' long-running specially curated programs from 16mm 
 - Program To Be Announced
. www.thesecretcinema.com 

Thursday June 11, 2020: A MAGGOT TANGO (1995, directed by Andrew Repasky McElhinney, 33 minutes, U.S.)
KIDS (1995, directed by Larry Clark, 100 minutes, U.S.)
hosted by Andrew Repasky McElhinney (director of CHRONICLE OF CORPSES, CHRISTMAS DREAMS)The Underground legend surfaces for one night only!The 25th anniversary 4K digital restoration of director Andrew Repasky McElhinney's third movie, A Maggot Tango.  Filmed when he was sixteen years old in the woods and old public buildings around Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, A Maggot Tango is now in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York.Shot as a silent on B&W Ilford 16MM negative film, and matched in post-production to an electric playlist on the soundtrack, A Maggot Tango follows the descent of a young woman named "A" (18-year-old Erica Downie, in a committed and fearless performance) who runs away from home, and perhaps kills herself, only to become trapped in an increasingly surreal nightmare filled with her disturbed parents, an angel, a dead little boy, a car crash, two random polysexual hook-ups, drugs, cannibals, and the specter of Death herself as well as several tango dance sequences.Operatic, strange, grotesque, violently comic. Inspired by silent movies, the avant-garde cinema of the 20s, 30s, 40 & 50s, the underground films of the 1960s, and the cult movies of the 1970s. Part lyrical art film, part seedy sexploitation picture. Come celebrate A Maggot Tango, a pivotal early work from Andrew Repasky McElhinney, one of our great contemporary film directors.Director, cast and crew in attendance.Second feature:KIDS (1995 / 100 minutes)"That summer we made A Maggot Tango, we would film during the day, and go to clubs, or house parties, or diners, or go see Kids at night. Kids was 18+ so we had to get around that but we must-of seen the picture five or six times. If those kids weren't us, they were certainly kids we knew, and it was so thrilling, empowering, and sad, to see a version of our maladjusted world, up there on screen, as we were living it."—Andrew Repasky McElhinney Photographer turned director Larry Clark and screenwriter Harmony Korine's very-90s classic is a prurient, reactionary scare film rubbing your face in the way it is. However, reactionary melodrama is transformed by breathtaking cinematography (Eric Edwards), editing (Christopher Tellefsen) and raw and fearless performances from the cast (including the big screen debuts of future stars Rosario Dawson and Chloë Sevigny).IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 6:00 PMMOVED ONLINE! FREE workshop! Vision Driven pres. Budgets and Finance for Artists
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    THIS EVENT WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ONLINE!  As such, we need people to register in advance to receive the Zoom link.  Please follow this link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/budgets-and-finance-for-artists-tickets-100929107678

    Facilitated by River Nice of Be Intentional Financial

    https://beintentionalfinancial.com/

    -Learn why and how to use budgets for personal and project use

    -Look at sample budgets and learn how to interpret the story behind the numbers 

    -Create a simplified budget tailored to your goals for this year

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  • 8:00 PMPOSTPONED! Tony Buck (of The Necks) & David Watson pres. by Fire Museum
  • Thumb 81223070 10157608431283400 5556878144113213440 o 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. Fire Museum PresentsTony Buck (of The Necks) & David WatsonTony Buck is regarded as one of Australia’s most creative and adventurous exports, with vast experience across the globe. As a drummer, percussionist, improviser, guitarist, video maker and producer, he has been involved in a highly diverse array of projects but is probably best known around the world as a member of the trio “The Necks”. Apart from The Necks he has played, toured or recorded with Jon Rose, Otomo Yoshihide, John Zorn, T. Cora, Phil Minton, Haino, Even Parker, The Machine for Making Sense, Lee Ranaldo, Ne Zhdall, The EX, Clifford Jordan, Ground Zero, and more. Following studies and early experience in Australia he spent time in Japan, where he formed “Peril” with Otomo Yoshihide and Kato Hideki before relocating to Europe in the mid-nineties. Some of the more high profile projects he has been involved with include the band Kletka Red, and touring and recording with, among others, The EX, The Exiles, and Corchestra, and involvement with most of the international improvisation and new music community and festivals. He also creates video works for use with live music performance and has had pieces shown in Tokyo, Belfast, Berlin, New York and Sydney. Current projects include a LIVE solo adaption of the UNEARTH music, incorporating installations, video, drums and guitar; “Spill” with Magda Mayas; “Transmit” (a guitar driven post-rock project); New York based trio “Glacial” (with David Watson and Lee Ranaldo); “Circadia” (with Kim Myhr, David Stackenas and Joe Williamson); a long standing duo with Axel Doerner as well as a continuing in ad hoc and improvised performance settings.David Watson is an experimental musician — a guitarist, bagpiper and all around advocate for intelligent listening. His work encompasses improvisation and composition in a wide variety of contexts. Originally from New Zealand, where he co-founded the experimental label Braille Records and organized several national music festivals he moved to New York in 1987. As a guitar player he became an dedicated participant in the downtown scene, notably for John Zorn’s Cobra, with Ikue Mori, Christian Marclay, Zeena Parkins, Fred Lonberg-Holm, and the improvising trio Tipple. In the early 90’s he started playing the Highland bagpipes and has had a longtime project with Lee Ranaldo and Tony Buck, Glacial. He has created a new vocabulary for the instrument, pushing the limits of space, sound and timbre. The Wire described his pipe compositions on Fingering an Idea, the project he made for Phill Niblock’s XI label as, “shimmering lines, piling-up like an old Terry Riley piece.” Similarly, Che Chen writing for Other Music, described “long form tonal explorations that can be so otherworldly and engrossing that the slight wheeze of the windbag that comes at the end of each piece can be a startling and oddly necessary reminder, that these sounds were created by human breath.” Inspired by processions, Watson has an ongoing project creating new-music for walking. This has led him to making theater pieces for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, a composition for pipe bands in Tasmania, and for a large ensemble in a storage facility in Los Angeles. Phill Niblock’s piece “Bag” was made using Watson’s playing as source material, and they have performed it many times internationally.links at: http://firemuseumpresents.com/events/tony-buck-david-watson/Admission is FREE but donation for the artists would be greatly appreciated. IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 8:00 PMPOSTPONED! The Dorothy Matrix 8-Bit Orchestra: Prokofiev's Lt Kije Suite
  • Thumb 76636722 2109080029193894 6469492762470252544 n 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. The Dorothy Matrix 8-Bit Orchestra: Prokofiev's Lt Kije SuitePremiere performance! Join Dot Matrix and Shari O'Sound as they bring you the complete Lieutenant Kije Suite, lovingly played by 8 vintage Nintendo Game Boys!We've highlighted several movements from this work during our shows but have never played others... and never all of them at once! You don't want to miss this historic event!The Dorothy Matrix 8-Bit Orchestra presents full-score classical works through the 8-bit chip medium, complete with physical performance, amateur drag, and synchronized lights!Watch this space for more details and special guests!IN TAKING STEPS TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, THE ROTUNDA HAS BEEN ORDERED TO SHUT DOWN NOW. WE HOPE TO REOPEN ON APRIL 18 BUT WE'LL REASSESS AT THE END OF MARCH TO DETERMINE IF THIS CLOSURE SHOULD BE EXTENDED. ALL EVENTS BETWEEN MARCH 13 AND APRIL 17 ARE CANCELLED OR POSTPONED.
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  • 7:00 PMRescheduled from March 25! Poet~tree En Motion pres. 2020 Spring Her-Story Event: In Celebration of Women Artists
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 25! Poet~tree En Motion presentsThe 2020 Spring Her-Story Event: In Celebration of Women Artists!A FREE community event (Donations Suggested/Appreciated)This ongoing seasonal series features a variety of multi-disciplinary performance, arts & culture presentations...Experience Performance Presentations, featuring a Fierce Female Lineup of Rhythms & Artists ranging from Live Musical Acts to Spoken Word Flow-et-tree to Folkloric Infused Dance Movements to Live Painting Body… A Live Music, Dance/Meditative Movement & Word Power in Celebration of Her-Story- Gabrielle de Burke / a.k.a. Plum Dragoness (Dragon Spirit Arts): Resident Performance Artist, Event Organizer & Arts Educator dropping Ritualistic Lyrics of Poetic Dance Theater Movement Meditations. DragonSpiritArts.com / ThePlumDragoness.com- Deborah de La Rosa: Live Painting on Canvas. instagram.com/deborarosadias- Line On Some Trip (L.O.S.T.): A French / Middle-Eastern Singer-Songwriter & Guitarist exploring Post-punk/Anti-folk Psychedelic Irony. lineonsometrip.com- Paulette Branson & Mixed People (acoustic set): A funky, soul fusion band with hints of rock & world music... A new age of funk that’s versatile musicianship, raw lyrics & full vocal harmonies create a genuine, mixed musical experience. mixedpeopleband.com- The Goddess Crew w/ Styx Latte: A Philly based community drumming troupe sprung out of parades and performances at avariety of “burner” festivities.- Autumn Meeshka: Solo performance rooted in North & South American Acoustic Folk/Pop traditions. instagram.com/meeshka215ARTIST BIOS:Line On Some Trip (L.O.S.T.): A French/ Middle-Eastern hippie punk singer-songwriter and guitarist formerly based in Brooklyn, NY and freshly relocated to West Philly. Born and raised in the suburbs of Paris, in a Muslim immigrant family from Syria and Palestine, Line traveled across Europe and lived in England, Italy, Scotland and Hungary where she found many human and artistic inspirations before moving to the US in 2014. With a soft voice that can turn into a storm of rage and strumming strings, Line tackles the topic of depression caused by the consumption society. She composes Post-punk and Antifolk sometimes psychedelic songs with simple and quirky lyrics full of irony. “Music is a tool that helps me tame my anger and achieve self and deathacceptance.”Debora Dias: A Portuguese born, Philadelphia based artist, whose body of work focuses on the portrayal of figures, with themes and symbolism that speak directly to the phenomena of expressing the divine feminine on a nurturing and sensual level. Furthermore, her colorful and detailed abstract paintings tend create an impact on the viewer’s sense of liberation, and elicit an emotional response.Paulette Branson and Mixed People: A funky, soul fusion band with hints of rock and world music...or as we like to call it - new age funk. Versatile musicianship, raw lyrics, and full vocal harmonies create a genuine, mixed musical experience. The name Mixed People derived from colors that bloomed out the whole funk and nothing but the funk. It embraces the love of self and others regardless of our differences and celebrates the beauty in us all. Mixed People is a Philadelphia-based band, founded by guitarist, Paulette Branson, in 2012. The music is progressive, and the energy and emotion behind this band will get you dancing on your feet and singing along.The Goddess Crew: A drumming troupe sprung out of parades and performances at a variety of burn events, including PEX and Firebird. Having realized their own prowess and excitement for rhythm, these talented ladies invited Styx Latté to lead rhythms and bring structure to the music. Largely improvisational and free form, the momentum will sweep you up on your feet and shake your soul! You'll never notice the telepathic timecode keeping it together... but if there's rhythm in you, The Goddess Crew will coax it out. Come JOIN US! BYOD.Plum Dragoness: Native to West Philadelphia, Plum Dragomess (a.k.a. Gabrielle de Burke) is a multi-talented thespian, dancer, martial artist, instructor, poetess and writer who has been involved with performing arts since childhood. She is known for her poetic style, vocal performance, fire dance, flow arts and choreographic flair throughout Philadelphia and abroad. Over the past 15 years, she has toured not only as a solo artist, founding member/core performer/assistant artistic director of Archedream for HumanKind among many others. She has also independently released 2 albums of original work with the project Plum Dragoness & the Elements, known for its fusion of multi-media, live world beat musical infusions, spoken word vocals & lyrical poetry. She has also helped bring together the all female performance group trio known as The Femme-Mynistiques, who will officially release their debut EP “Here She Comes…” in the summer of 2016. Since 2007, Plum has been a resident performance artist, as well as host and organizer for the successful performing arts series known as Poet-tree En Motion at The Rotunda! This has allowed her the opportunity toshare her own creative performances (including collaborative projects she initiated) and work created by a plethora of other unique artists with the west Philadelphia community and beyond! Gabrielle’s work as a healing arts practitioner and instructor continues to intersect with her work as an inter-disciplinary performance artist through the incorporation of Internal and Martial Arts forms in combination with Dance, Poetry and Theater presentation. Gabrielle has been teaching in, around the Philadelphia area & abroad since 2000. If you dig It… then follow: ThePlumDragoness.com + facebook.com/4plumdragoness & Listen: soundcloud.com/plum-dragoness + tunecore.com/music/plumdragoness + cdbaby.com/Artist/PlumDragonessandtheElements!Admission is FREE (Donations Suggested/Appreciated). Doors open at 7pm
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  • 9:00 PMThe Gathering
  • 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM (nearly every last Thursday) 9pm-1am Established in 1996, The Gathering is the longest/strongest-running truly Hip Hop event in Philly. The 
Gathering IS b-boys/b-girls, pop-lockers, emcees, graffiti writers, 
DJs, men, women, and children of all ages enjoying an organic, 
community-based celebration of The struggle, the Love, and the culture 
of Hip Hop. DJs spin Hiphop, breaks, and funk all night, and there are 
open cyphas, a tag wall, and a featured performance and graffiti panel 
each month. Admission is $3 before 10pm, $5 after 10pm.
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