South Street Launches New Gospel Brunch Series, 30th Annual Mardi Gras Parade, Feb 2014
South Street Headhouse District (SSHD) comes alive this weekend with new and old traditions that celebrate Philadelphia's most vibrant neighborhood. With the warmer temperatures it will be the perfect time to get out of the house for live music, exciting entertainment and great food.
NEW MONTHLY GOSPEL BRUNCH
On Saturday, February 22, 2014, Theater of the Living Arts (TLA), Pyro Arts Solutions and Redwood Restaurant present the first monthly "South Street Gospel Brunch," at TLA (334 South Street) with entertainment by Marc Britt & Restored, Thomas TC Clay, Selfless Ministry and Melissa T. This unique collaboration is the first in a monthly series that will feature a rotating line-up of Philadelphia's best gospel entertainers. Redwood will serve up brunch favorites that include Eggs Benedict, omelet station, homemade waffles, salads, pastries, bacon, sausage, fruit and other dishes. Coffee, tea, orange juice and milk are included. Pay-as-you-go brunch cocktails will be pouring from Wolfgang Puck. Doors open and entertainment starts at 10:00am. Tickets are $40 each for adults, $35 for seniors, $20 for youth and $15 for children. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at http://cncrt.ly/1aD4zZQ or by calling 610-784-5426. Tickets will be available at the door.
30TH ANNUAL MARDI GRAS PARADE
On Sunday, February 23, 2014, The Wild Bohemians strut their stuff up and down South Street during the "30th Annual Mardi Gras Parade, kicking off at 1:00pm outside Fat Tuesday (431 South Street) and ending at 6:00pm. The parade route swings by Copabana, Redwood, O'Neals Pub, Paddy Whacks, Downey's and CafÃ© Nola (in this order). The band of revelers, which you are invited to be part of, will dress in bright colored costumes and groove down the street as a huge ensemble of musicians provide traditional New Orleans beats and tunes for their dance moves. For more information, visit The Wild Bohemians on Facebook, or call South Street Headhouse District at (215) 413-3713.