Best Weekend Ever: Daya, Tash Sultana, Lemuria

Featured photo by Kenzie Gasper


This weekend is looking great with awesome shows and awesome weather. Go ditch your heavy coat and discover new artists or cheer on your favorites!



Friday 2/17:

Southern rockers Whiskey Myers are coming to The Foundry with their southern charm. Their most recent album Mud charted number 4 in the US country charts. Tickets are available here.


Country pop duo LOCASH are coming to TLA to bring their flair. With their albums charting higher, they are gaining momentum to get even bigger. If you know somebody who wants to get their country on on a Friday night, get your tickets here.


Saturday 2/18:

Pop sensation Daya is coming to the Trocadero. Her hit songs like “Hideaway” and “Sit Still, Look Pretty” are super fun and have empowering messages. The Pittsburgh native is only 18 and speaks wise words and collaborates with the likes of The Chainsmokers. Tickets can be purchased here.


Australian musician Tash Sultana sold out at World Cafe Live at only 21 years old. She does everything by herself and the way she works all of the equipment on stage and sounds good doing it is impressive. Try looking for resale tickets here.


Three-person band Lemuria from Buffalo will be performing at First Unitarian Church. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Get Better, they will be playing the album in its entirety. The lineup for the night also includes Cayetana from Philly and Mikey Erg. Tickets can be purchased here.


Sunday 2/19:

Philly’s hip-hop artists Chill Moody, Voss, and Mars Parker are going to show what Philly hip-hop sounds like at Underground Arts. These talented performers have shared numerous stages with internationally known artists. Tickets are available here.


Heading out to any of these shows? Going to a show that isn’t on the list? Let us know in the comments!

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