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Fall on the Waterfront in Philly

This fall in Philly brings us the best of art and food right in our backyard!

Philly Fringe Festival – September 5th-22nd

The Philadelphia Fringe Festival is a 3-week long, city-wide celebration of innovation and creativity in contemporary performance. Each September, the Festival explodes into every nook and cranny in neighborhoods across Philadelphia with more than 1,000 artistically daring performances, including national and international performances curated by FringeArts, and works that are produced by independent artists and promoted by FringeArts. The party continues late night, every night, with music, food and drink at the FringeArts center on the Delaware River waterfront. This vast assemblage of curated and self-produced innovators offers an unparalleled opportunity to see a cross section of the world’s greatest experimenters at one time, in one city.

Parks on Tap

September is the last month you can enjoy the moving pop-up beer garden, Parks on Tap. You can find them at Lemon Hill (September 4-8), Penn Treaty Park (September 11-15), Pretzel Park (September 18-22) and the Strawberry Mansion Bridge (September 25-29) with plenty of cold drinks, summer barbecue-inspired food and picturesque spaces for lounging.

Center City Restaurant Week – September 15-27, 2019

Center City District Restaurant Week returns for a fall edition, with six new additions to this year’s lineup. This round of the bi-annual event features three-course lunches for $20 per person and three-course dinners for $35 per person (excluding tax, gratuity and alcohol) at 120 participating restaurants.

Hamilton – Through November

Hamilton makes its hotly anticipated Philadelphia debut at the Forrest Theatre on Tuesday, August 27. Running through the fall, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s super popular Broadway show about the Founding Fathers features a historic storyline set to a modern-day score of hip-hop, blues, R&B and jazz.

Feria Del Barrio – Sunday September 8th, 12-5PM

The city’s historic Centro de Oro neighborhood welcomes folks from all over for a celebration of Philadelphia’s Latino culture and community. Throughout the day, guests can enjoy live music and performances, tasty food, crafts, and games. Taking place at North 5th Street between Huntingdon Street and Somerset Street.

Enjoy everything Philadelphia has to offer and live the Dockside Lifestyle! Make your move today! Feel free to contact us for more information. We’d love to hear from you and welcome you into our community at The Residences at Dockside.

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