A Brief Guide to the Best 2023 Philadelphia Events
Philadelphia is a hub of cultural activity and events year after year. From our illustrious professional sports franchises to exhibitions at local museums, big-name productions, and more. The city offers a lot for excited travelers to look forward to. For more information, check out this guide to the best 2023 Philadelphia events.
Eagles, 76ers, Flyers & Phillies
With the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl appearance a major piece of recent news, their return in the fall will surely be much anticipated. In the meantime, you can catch 76ers and Flyers games at the Wells Fargo Arena. And then this spring the historic Philadelphia Phillies will bring professional baseball back to Citizens Bank Park.
Philadelphia is home to a number of well-known and reputable art museums and institutions. Among the many buzz-worthy exhibitions set for 2023, there’s Zoe Leonard: Strange Fruit. This exhibition will show through spring at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Another highly anticipated showing in Philadelphia will be Sue Williamson & Lebohang Kganye: Tell Me What You Remember — a cross-generational work from South Africa at the Barnes Foundation from March 5th through May 21st.
Concerts & Shows
The city of brotherly love annually attracts amazing shows. This year we are particularly excited to see Muse at the Wells Fargo Center on March 19th, Taylor Swift at Lincoln Financial Field on May 13th, Dead & Company The Final Tour at Citizens Bank Park on June 15th, and P!NK at Citizens Bank Park on September 18th.
In addition to its concerts, Philly is also home to a wide range of festivals. For 2023 Philadelphia music events, check out Made in America over Labor Day Weekend. For more variety, we recommend checking out the Philadelphia Film festival October 19th-30th, the South 9th Street Italian Market Festival May 20th-21st, and the Juneteenth Parade and Festival.
The Holiday Season
Philadelphia is uber-romantic during the winter months. For some details on December travel, check out our most recent guide on how to enjoy the holiday season in Philadelphia.