Over 50 Awesome Spring Events And Festivals Coming To Philly In 2018

Dated: May 1 2018

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50+ Awesome Spring Events and Festivals Coming to Philadelphia in 2018. 

Celebrate the season with arts, sports, beer, music and more

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Philly gets a spring awakening each year as extended daylight hours and warmer weather sets off numerous outdoor openings, alfresco events and daytime festivals.From music (Roots Picnic) to sports (Phillies’ home opener) to food (Flavors on the Avenue) and drinks (Philly Beer Week) and a ton of tried-and-true Philly traditions (9th Street Italian Market Festival), events of all kinds fill the season with nonstop action.Outdoor escapes like Spruce Street Harbor Park and Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest also come alive, bringing more opportunities than ever to get outside and explore.Check out our top picks for spring events and festivals HERE.  

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Dawn Secreto

Dawn Secreto is a PA Realtor® with 8 years of Real Estate Marketing experience, having worked for top developers as a Regional Marketing Director for Crescent Heights as well as Dranoff Properties, S....

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