I have always found a nightcap to be the pause that refreshes; a moment to reflect on the day’s events and perhaps contemplate what’s in store for tomorrow before hauling oneself off to bed. But why go home just yet after all the activity during the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, when there’s a world of Night Time Entertainment going on too! Stop by the Commonwealth Plaza and discover late night noshes on a bar menu while local bands rock on, DJs spin their records ‘round and a number of performers gear up to help you wind down.
April 13 – 29, Wednesday – Saturday, 10pm – 12am. Free.
Should you wish to turn up the volume a little louder at the end of the day, check out the Last Party in Paris with dancing underneath La Tour Eiffel until all hours. High profile DJs, specialty drinks and a VIP lounge will definitely give you a glimpse into what Paris is like when it sizzles.
April 29, 9pm – 2am. Tickets are $30; click here for tickets.
Somewhere in between, Jazz Nights offers local jazz musicians swinging on the Plaza stage with sustenance (liquid and otherwise) provided at the PECO bar.
Tuesday April 12, 19, 26 at 5pm. Free.
For an added jolt, the Eiffel Tower Light Show promises to be quite the spectacle twice a night with 6,000 light bulbs electrifying audiences when the 81-foot Eiffel Tower and Plaza come to life with this see-it-to-believe-it light and sound show.
April 8 – May 1, Daily 7pm & 10pm. Free.
Stay tuned as eveningswithpeter.com ventures forth in its coverage of PIFA through May 1.
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