Best Weekend Ever: Valentine’s Day in the City of Brotherly Love

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It’s Valentine’s Day weekend in the City of Brotherly Love, and you know what that means. Live music! This weekend, grab your significant other, your longtime crush, your best friend, or your other single music lovers, and go hit the Philly streets. There are a lot of great artists coming through town, so let’s show them some love!

Thursday 2/12:

Get your weekend rocking early with David Cook on Thursday night at World Café Live, Downstairs! What better way to kick off Valentine’s Day weekend than by listening to the season 7 American Idol heartthrob?

Check for tickets here!

Friday 2/13:

If you’re looking for an artist with some hot upcoming publicity, check out 50 Cent, with his anticipated sixth studio release Street King Immortal scheduled to be released this year. 50 Cent & G-Unit play the Electric Factory this Friday!

Check for tickets here!

Saturday 2/14:

When you think Valentine’s Day, do you think post-hardcore music and alt-rockers? We do too! Good news: you can spend your romantic Valentine’s Day evening with Pierce the Veil and Sleeping With Sirens, along with Mallory Knox and PVRIS at the Electric Factory.

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Or, if you’d rather your Valentine’s Day be a little more traditional with an indie-folk vibe, head over to MilkBoy to be serenaded by Elenowen, Cereus Bright, and Like Crazy. Or The Lawsuits are playing with Pine Barons and The Districts at Union Transfer.

Check for tickets here and here!

And if none of the options above strike your fancy, there’s a Bruce Springsteen Tribute at Sellersville Theater!

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Sunday 2/15:

If for some reason you decide not to go see them on Saturday, you can still catch Pierce the Veil and Sleeping With Sirens on Sunday at the Electric Factory.

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Or, if you’re looking for an evening that’s a little more chill, check out The Expendables with Ballyhoo! and Katastro at the Trocadero Theatre. The three bands carry reggae-rock vibes that will be sure to have you dancing your heart out.

Check for tickets here!

Monday 2/15:

Not enough live music for you? No worries! Extend your Valentine’s weekend a little longer with Bad Suns at Union Transfer. They’ll be heating up the stage with Coasts and Maudlin Strangers on Monday!

Check for tickets here!

Philly is always rocking with live music, and this weekend is no exception. There’s no better place to spend Valentine’s Day weekend than in the City of Brotherly Love!

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