This Ain’t Loolapalooza but Penn Museum has a Music Lineup for People Who Love Music

PM@Penn Museum: Summer Nights kicked off its 2nd season of great summer music in the garden last Wednesday, June 22, with Turkish-American rock band Barakka.

Over 200 people came out, enjoyed happy hour drinks and food, and relaxed in the Museum’s Trescher Courtyard for the live 2-set show.

There’s no better (and cheaper) place than the easy-breezy, cobble-stoned space of the Penn Museum to beat the heat and enjoy LIVE MUSIC from 5-8 pm on Wednesday nights.

Let the good times roll with a zydeco band that sets feet tapping and hands clapping or dance the night away to the funky jammy beats that epitomize laid-back summer fun. For Indie fans, we have a bit of the punk and the hip and off the radar. For world music lovers– to where would you like to be transported–the Mideast, Spain, Puerto Rico, Africa, or Ireland?

Check out the line up: http://penn.museum/college-and-adults/812-pm-penn-museum.html

Let Summer Nights be your live mix tape of a summer’s worth of the local music scene.

Every Wednesday through August 24
5 – 8 pm
Rain or Shine
$5 admission / Free with Penn or CHOP ID.

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  • Pam Poling

    Can I just simply say, I love the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology. I always feel “good” when I’m there. Thanks for all the innovative ideas you keep coming up with. Love it!
    Pam