In the coming months, Penn Museum patrons can dance, tap their toes, or sing along to an eclectic line-up of musicians under the summer night sky.
The P.M. @ Penn Museum Summer Nights music series, presented by Dogfish Head Brewery, runs every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Museum’s outdoor Stoner Courtyard. The series kicks off its fifth year on June 18 with El Caribefunk, a Colombian funk, salsa, and Caribbean fusion band. Performances run through Sept. 3.
This year’s lineup features a diverse mix of bands and musicians—offering lively Samba, raucous Turkish fusion, rhythmic Afro-Cuban jazz, and more—as well as American-influenced music drawing from blues, zydeco, and old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.
Concerts move inside in the event of rain. General admission for guests ages 6 and up is $10 and includes Museum admission. The program is free for children under 6, Museum members, PennCard holders, and Health System employees.
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