Explore Arts, Music and Magic this June in Philly
It’s almost summer and to help you prepare for Philly fun, we’ve collected three experiences well worth checking out in June. Whether it’s magic, art or music, Philly has it all and it’s just outside your door at Crane.
Roots Picnic 2022
Every year, Philly’s hometown band The Roots throws a two-day picnic at The Mann in Fairmount Park. This year, the roster is filled with artists worth checking out for a festival weekend, including Mary J. Blige, Summer walker, Wizkid, Jazmine Sullivan, Kamasi Washington, Masego and many more. Learn more and by tickets at RootsPicnic.com
Harry Potter at The Franklin Institute
If you’re wondering what’s so magical about Philly, well this June through September, Harry Potter’s Wizarding World is premiering at The Franklin Institute. Billed as an “immersive exhibition,” the paintings move, candles float and magic is everywhere. Read VisitPhilly’s complete guide to Harry Potter at The Franklin Institute.
Graffiti at Michener Art Museum
If you make your way to Michener Art Museum this June, Keith Haring’s A Radiant Legacy is on view featuring more than 100 unique works from a private collection of graffiti inspired artwork, including two rare subway drawings and the popular Medusa Head.