The Philadelphia International Children’s Festival again returns to the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia starting tomorrow, Thursday June 2 through Saturday June 4!
The 2016 Philadelphia International Children’s Festival features circus, theatre, story-telling and music performances for the whole family. This year’s live performances include:
Playing by Air
Stories and Songs – Charlotte Blake Alston
The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly – Theatre Lovett
Catch Me! (Attrape-moi) – Flip FabriQue
Plus, enjoy the free outdoor FUN ZONE with crafts, activities and performances.
Festival tickets are only $10!
Or get the Children’s Festival Fun Pass (available Saturday 6/4 only) and save! Enjoy three shows, the FUN ZONE and a free lunch for only $25 on Saturday June 4th. It’s the best way to experience the Children’s Festival!
If You Go:
The Philadelphia International Children’s Festival takes place at Annenberg Center located at 3680 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA. Parking is available at the garage on the corner of 38th and Walnut Streets. Metered street parking is also available.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. As always, all opinions expressed about wonderful children’s theater, culture, and live performance and fun being yet another reason why I love Philadelphia are our own!