Throwing you a quick and dirty Philly Finds as you recover from your holiday weekend! If you’re looking for events throughout June, we’ve got you covered.
Freestyle Love Supreme at the Miller Theatre June 7-12
For those that may have never heard of Freestyle Love Supreme, it is the improv, hip-hop, comedy musical originated by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail and Christopher Jackson. The Tony winning phenomenon has traveled the world creating completely unique and once-in-a-lifetime performances every single night. No two shows are alike!
The Kimmel also offers rush tickets – you can grab tickets through their digital Community Rush – offering $35 tickets for every performance while supplies last. Tickets for Freestyle Love Supreme will be added to the Rush page on Monday, June 6.
DivaGirl Wellness Event – June 5
Location: LOCATION 215, 909 Spring Garden Street
The DivaGirl Wellness & Empowerment Conference is happening this Sunday, June 5th at Location 215. Join 200+ women for a full-day event about the way we think, the way we feel and the way we act through stories, movement, teaching, sharing and much more. This year’s focus is on mental health topics.
Stay tuned – we might be doing a little giveaway for this event! 😉
Chef Robert Irvine to Debut Irvine’s Spirits At The Deck At The Moshulu Event – June 30
Things will be shaking and stirred on June 30, 2022, 5:00-8:00 pm when world-class chef, entrepreneur, and host of Food Network’s hit show Restaurant: Impossible Robert Irvine debuts Irvine’s Spirits at The Deck at the Moshulu, 401 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia.
Irvine will mingle with guests while they enjoy cocktails. Tickets are $25 and include one of four signature cocktails created using Irvine’s Spirits which are produced in nearby Lansdale in a partnership with Boardroom Spirits. The Moshulu was the backdrop used by Irvine’s Spirits for their website and the Moshulu will be one of the first locations to offer this chef-curated product created to be paired with food. The cocktails include Irvine’s vodka-based Lucky Lady and the Razzule, and Irvine’s Gin-based Drunken Watermelon and Passion Punch. Moshulu Executive Chef Anthony Bonett along with Irvine’s culinary team has created small plates perfect for pairing with the cocktails of the night.
A portion of the proceeds from all of Irvine’s endeavors benefits the Robert Irvine Foundation. Created in 2014, the foundation gives back to servicemen and women, and first responders.
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