Nightlife in Camden

Avenged Sevenfold, Korn & More – Up to 50% Off

Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival feat. Avenged Sevenfold & Korn

Susquehanna Bank Center

$40.25 $20

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Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival featuring Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Asking Alexandria, Trivium, and more

Up to 81% Off Yngwie Malmsteen & Ratt Tribute

TLA Rewind

Theatre of Living Arts

$52 $10

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Tribute acts replicate Yngwie Malmsteen's heavy-metal guitar work, the hard rock of Ratt, and classic metal hits

79% Off Shisha at Trilogy Hookah Lounge

Trilogy Hookah Lounge

North Philadelphia East

$60 $12.50

Folks relax while puffing on aromatic, gentle tobacco

"Defending The Caveman" – Up to 46% Off Comedy Show

"Defending The Caveman"

Penn's Landing Playhouse Independence Seaport Museum

$65 $35

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Rob Becker's acclaimed one-man show, seen in 45-plus countries by more than 10 million people worldwide, sends up the battle of the sexes

Up to 55% Off at Eclipse Hookah Lounge

Eclipse Hookah Lounge

Philadelphia

$31.96 $15

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Two dozen flavored tobaccos populate the shisha menu at this chilled-out hookah lounge

O.A.R. and Phillip Phillips – Up to 51% Off

O.A.R. and Phillip Phillips

Festival Pier at Penn's Landing

$53 $26

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Jam band behind the hit "Heaven" celebrates its latest, The Rockville LP, alongside the winner of American Idol's 11th season

The Fray and Neon Trees – Up to 26% Off

The Fray and Neon Trees

Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing

$27 $20

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Grammy-nominees behind "How to Save a Life" treat audiences to piano-driven hits; synth-pop rockers ignite the stage with colorful energy

45% Off at Bada Bing Sports Bar and Grille

Bada Bing Sports Bar and Grille

Philadelphia

$20 $11

Pub-style favorites such as sauce-slathered wings along with fresh Boncella's crabs at a laid-back sports bar

"Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles" – Up to 39% Off

"Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles"

Academy of Music

$73 $45

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Acclaimed Broadway tribute act featuring the cast of "Beatlemania" recounts the Fab Four's career in a detailed performance

Up to 42% Off ESE Presents: Splash Fest 2014

ESE Presents: Splash Fest 2014

Bamboo Bar

$27.37 $16

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Outdoor EDM show featuring a DJ Mag Top-100 group immerses guests in dance-ready beats and a daylong, water-filled party

67% Off Karaoke and Asian Cuisine

Tango Karaoke Lounge

Philadelphia

$150 $50

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Private karaoke rooms offer access to thousands of classic and pop songs as guests nibble on sushi and stir-fry

Up to 58% Off Magic Show at South Street Magic

South Street Magic

Center City East

$30 $15

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Magic shop and theater presents local illusionists and mentalists for child-friendly and adult-oriented performances multiple times a week

Up to 58% Off Standup Comedy Class

Philadelphia Comedy Academy

Helium Comedy Club

$120 $50

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Veteran comedian Brad Trackman shares the foundations of standup comedy, from writing material to industry tips

Bask in an Intimate Evening of Jazz and BYOB Drinks

BYOB Jazz Concert

Germantown

$25 $25

In his own private jazz salon, guitarist Steve Giordano and friends treat you to original compositions as you sip BYOB drinks

52% Off Standup-Comedy Show

Kyle Grooms and Calise Hawkins

Jollies Live

$25 $12

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Kyle Grooms, seen on his own Comedy Central special, draws laughs with Calise Hawkins, seen on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Scientist Turned Comedian Tim Lee – Up to 50% Off Standup Show

Scientist Turned Comedian Tim Lee

Mandell Theater at Drexel University

$27 $14.25

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PhD-holding comedian draws on academic background and PowerPoint skills to craft cerebral comedy sets

Pennsylvania Ballet — Up to 54% Off Performance

"The Accidental", "Grieg: Piano Concerto", and "After the Rain"

Academy of Music

$36 $20

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The show features world and company premieres, as well as one of the final performances of Principal Dancer Julie Diana

Select Local Merchants

• For $20, you get a ticket for general-admission lawn seating (a $29.75 value before fees, or up to a $40.25 value online, including all ticketing fees). 

• For $31, you get a ticket for reserved seating in sections 200–204 (a $49.75 value before fees, or up to a $62.75 value online, including all ticketing fees).

1 Harbor Blvd
Camden,
NJ
US

This nearly 100-year-old Chestnut Hill institution will forever be known as the home of the gut-busting sandwich called the Schmitter, piled with beef, grilled salami, fried onions, tomatoes and tons of cheese. But there’s more to McNally’s than just their signature meal. The tavern exudes charm, from its old black-and-white family photos on the wall to the line of metal beer steins hanging behind the bar. A tiny open kitchen puts out sandwiches with distinctly literary names, like the George Bernard Shaw, a three cheese mix melted on top of peppers, onions, mushrooms and tomatoes; and the Dickens, a Thanksgiving-inspired combo of roasted turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. More straightforward fare includes burgers, salads and soups. Outside, a bench and a traditional coach light welcome customers.

8634 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Catahoula Bar & Restaurant brings the down-home comfort foods of New Orleans to Queen Village, presenting them in a cozy, laid-back setting complete with dark wooden trim and glowing flat-screen televisions. One such Cajun classic is the chefs' signature gumbo, packed with smoked chicken and andouille sausage that's simmered in a deep-hued roux and plenty of herbs. "A bowl of this gumbo alone is worth the visit to Catahoula," according to Craig LaBan from The Philadelphia Inquirer, and a spread of po boy sandwiches, fried catfish platters, and jambalaya with crispy duck confit keeps guests coming back. In between bites, diners can enjoy a beer or cocktail from the bar while watching the game on one of televisions around the restaurant instead of on portable crystal balls.

775 S Front St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Plenty of adjectives befit the pub food at King's Oak, but "straightforward" isn't one of them. That's because the eatery's chefs put an inventive, upscale twist on the classics. They whip up a whopping nine different sliders, from short rib with herb mayo to fried oyster with spicy remoulade. This same creativity permeates the menu's collection of shareable small plates, such as dumplings chockfull of cheesesteak fixings and Sriracha ketchup, and brunch items, such as Fruit Loop-encrusted french toast.

To complement these feasts, bartenders pour house wines, craft beers, and cocktails, including the Snakebite—a blend of cider, Yuengling lager, and blackberry brandy. When diners' eyes aren't glued to their unusual meals, they're likely fixed to flat-screen TVs showing the day's biggest games.

1001 N 2nd St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Though its located in the prestigious Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel and serves a gourmet menu of small plates and fine wines, Tavern 17 maintains a laidback, neighborhood atmosphere—the bartenders call out the names of familiar faces over the sounds of bar-goers chatting over a frosty pint. The warm, cheerful space hums with conversation as diners sip on one of 12 rotating craft beers or wine by the glass by candles and hanging lanterns. The atmosphere in the kitchen is just as animated—chefs bustle about, folding local and organic ingredients into artisanal steak and seafood dishes as other kitchen staffers assemble small plates of fish tacos and bruschetta. Come Saturday evening between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m., the restaurant adds to the vibrant ambiance by hosting live music.

220 S 17th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

A corner gastropub in the warehouse-heavy Spring Garden neighborhood, the Prohibition Taproom has carved out a unique personality for itself. Several sections of the handsome bar jut out to form elongated, teardrop-shaped tables. The beer menu isn’t trying to be exhaustive, just smart and serious, with one beer always poured from a nitro tap to create a creamy texture. The food menu includes a half-dozen or so each of small plates, salads, sandwiches and large plates, and the grilled cheese of the day, the addictive beer-battered green beans and the classic dinner of steak frites are neighborhood favorites. On Sunday evenings it’s BYOV — bring your own vinyl — when a deejay will spin a selection from an LP you’ve supplied, and you’ll get 20% off your bill.

501 N 13th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US