What's Happening in Philly This Weekend?

     

Now that temperatures are beginning to drop and Halloween is over, there’s nothing going on in Philadelphia, right? Wrong. There’s always something to do in our beloved city and this weekend is no exception. Whether you’re looking to hang on to Halloween for as long as possible or you’re ready to get on with the holidays there’s something for just about everyone!

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Terror Behind The Walls

Didn’t fulfill your fright craving in the weeks leading up to Halloween? You still have a chance! Check out the country’s biggest haunted house inside the Eastern State Penitentiary. Terror Behind The Walls is a nationally renowned fright fest home to six different attractions.

Mural Arts Lab

Check out the works on display from over 20 local and international artists. They’re challenging viewers to think about representations of history, memory and the future. The cost is free for all!

Phantom of the Opera

Who said you had to travel to NYC to enjoy a spectacular play? Phantom of the Opera is set to unfold for two straight weeks at the Academy of Music on Broad Street.

Great Harvest Cider & Beer Festival

There’s no better way to spend a crisp fall afternoon than by sipping on delicious ciders and craft brews. It’s back for its second year featuring live music, DJs, food trucks and some of the best local beverages you can get your hands on.

We hope to see you out there and some of the wonderful seasonal events going on in Philadelphia and the neighboring cities. And remember, when you need electrical service or repairs, you can always count on the friendly neighborhood electricians at GEN3 Electric!

About The Author

Bill earned a degree in Electrical Engineering and Architecture, then founded Generation 3 Electric in 2000. His father, an electrician, was his inspiration. These days, Bill actively manages his company and enjoys focusing on new technology and marketing.