You deserve to have an eventful weekend. Savor the end of warm weather in Philly with drinks, music, photography, sports, and more. All of these events are under $20, and a lot of them are free.
It doesn’t matter if you have a first date, or just want something to do with friends – Cheap Date is your weekend guide to things going on around the city.
Check out what’s going on this weekend:
Independence Seaport Museum
Friday and Saturday event including music, wine, and cocktails. Evil Genius Beer Company will also be there selling beer.
Bourbon & Branch
Blues rock bands gather to perform throughout the night. Food and drinks are reasonably priced.
Alla Spina Philly
An all-weekend event serving up German themed food and brews. There will also be live music, games, and more.
First look at this Port Richmond shop. There will be beer samples, giveaways, and more.
Sean Lassiter Photography
Wine, music, and lots of art going on at this event which is held every last Friday of the month. This month’s artist is Philadelphia native, Malik Jones.
Penn Treaty Park
This event is held by artists and will have music and food. More interactive projects coming this Fall.
This NYC band takes you back to the ’90s. Be there to witness all of the awesome hits you loved back in the day.
Frank Glavin “A&W” Playground
This is a chance to find some interesting stuff for low prices in Port Richmond.
The Open Kitchen Sculpture Garden
Have you ever listened to the sound plants make? All proceeds from this event will go toward the garden and Biotunes.
This is an all-day event with tons of creative activities and neighborhood artists.
Gangster, alternative, hip-hop show going on at this Hookah lounge. Small and intimate venue with a bar.
Powers Park Conservancy
LGBTQ parents and parents who are expecting are welcome to this event going on at the last Parks on Tap of the season.
Mal Devisa / Ursula / Sieve
BYOB performance and event venue with different performers and several genres.
Spruce Street Harbor Park
The absolute last day to make your way to Spruce Street Harbor Park before they close for the season. As always, there will be food, drinks, and hammocks.
Fans are welcome to see the Philadelphia Sixers during this intersquad scrimmage. You must get tickets via Sixers social media platforms.