6 Appeal/every Monday night/Pennsylvania 6
Burlesque beauty HoneyTree Evil Eye and Josh Schonewolf present 6 Appeal, a tantalizing weekly burlesque show that’s being hosted at delicious Pennsylvania 6 restaurant. If you’re looking to escape the Monday doldrums, this is the event for you. Shake your tassels right here for more info.
Franky’s Foxes/Sept 4th/Franky Bradley’s
Get ready because every first Friday is Fox Friday at Franky Bradley’s, and this month they have quite the show in store for you with Franky’s Foxes, which features a fierce and talented group of dizzying drag divas. The dynamic troupe includes Iris Spectre, Maria Top Catt, Omyra Lynn, Zsa Zsa St. James, Ms. Karma, Ann Artist, and Lady Poison, who will be all foxed up and ready for you. Great drink specials and fun await you, and to make it an even more memorable evening, Philly’s DJ Chris Urban will be serving up the after party by turning out his sickest grooves. Enter the Foxhole right here for more info and tickets.
Beanie Siegal/Sept 9th/TLA
Philly’s own Mr. Siegal is all set to get to back to his music roots at the TLA to help ring in the fall. Pass the music dutch right here for more info.
The Pop Musical Diary of a Gay Man/Fringe Arts Festival/Sept 9th-Sept 13th
A juke-box style pop-opera written by Christopher McGinnis, the highly anticipated show is set to open at the Adrienne Theatre in Philadelphia as part of the 2015 Philly Fringe Festival. The premiere will features arrangements of your favorite pop hits from Madonna to Rhianna, as well as a bold storyline of love, loss, and acceptance. For more on this sizzling show and all of this year’s Philly Fringe Festival happenings, check your music life at the official Fringe website right here.
DJ Roger Sanchez/Sept 11th/Coda Lounge
Looking to dance the night away to some classic house music magic? Point those headphones towards Coda Lounge where legendary DJ Roger Sanchez is guaranteed to make all of your dance music dreams come true. Get those grooves for your moves right here.
Arc Drivers/Sept 11th/Johnny Brenda’s
Philly’s own Arc Drivers are ready to pounce and bring their dynamic live performance front-and-center at Johnny Brenda’s this month. Led by electric songstress Emily Ana Zeitlyn, expect a while lot of flair that will fit like a glove on top of the powerhouse rhythms that this talented local act will be serving up for everyone. For the complete list of Johnny Brenda‘s happenings, plug it in right here.
Meals for Mazzoni/Sept 13th/Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar
Looking for some “Sunday Funday” action this month that supports a great cause? Then head to Tabu on the 13th for Meals for Mazzoni, a funky fundraiser that will put all of its proceeds towards helping fund the Mazzoni Center’s food bank. DJ Chris Urban will once again be spinning those beats and $20 will get all of you early birds one hour open bar from 2-3 p.m. What could be better than that on a Sunday? Absolutely nothing. Spread that music love right here for more info.
Rick Springfield/Sept 12th/Borgata Hotel & Casino
While this September show might not be in Philly, it’s always worth the short trip to A.C. to go see the guy who’s constantly forever fantasizing about “Jessie’s Girl.”
The Return of Sinful Sundays/Sept 13th/Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar
The bitches are back. Get ready as the fabulous Goddess Isis and her brood of drag divas–Brooklyn Ford, Satine Harlow, Naveya Shay, Omyra Lynn and Mary D’Knight–return to grand form with an all new fierceness and plenty of attitude. From Missy to Mariah to Britney and Madonna, you never which diva these gals will have up their skirts. Head upstairs and be sinful right here for more info.
Tony Lucca/Sept 15th/World Cafe Live!
Some of you might know this Nashville entertainer from his touring days with Kelly Clarkson, or others may know him from days when he dated Felicity, err, Keri Russell. Either way, the country crooner is ready to strike back with a stop in Philly in support of his electric new album, 12 Steps. Lasso it up right here for tickets.
Northern Faces/Sept 16th/MilkBoy
New York based Northern Faces is ready to make a lasting impression on their audience when they hit Philly for the very first time. “We take a lot of pride in trying to put on a show that leaves a lasting impression on the audience,” the band says, “The stage really is our home.” For more info on all the MilkBoy happening this month, rock it out right here.
Josh Groban/Sept 16th/Tower Theatre
The perfect concert to take mom to this fall is right here. Get your swoon on right here for all the Groban goodies.
Splintered Sunlight/Sept 18th/Underground Arts
In what is looking to be the most trippy show of September, psychadelic rock act Splintered Sunlight will no doubt take you on the ride of your music life with their wide array of Grareful Dead covers and ’70s rock tunes. What could be better than seeing all of your favorite Grateful Dead tunes live on stage? Especially since this summer marked 20 years since Dead front man Jerry Garcia’s death. Rock out with your music c#$k out right here for tickets and info.
Years & Years/Sept 18th/Union Transfer
The buzz worthy overseas electronic trio is taking their chilled vibes and whirling grooves stateside for the very first time. If you’re looking for a concert that will take you to new dance music heights this fall, this is the show for you.
The Eric Jaffe Show/Sept 18th/Tavern on Camac
The Gayborhood’s only all live singing cabaret is back for another perky installment! Hosted by World Ukulele Champion, Eric Jaffe, this fiery edition will feature extraordinarily talented local acts Jaye Sanders, Kyle Segarra, Jonathan Hernandez and Rachel Rocks. For all of the Mr. Jaffe and music friends happenings, pluck it up right here.
Diana Ross/Sept 20th/Mann Music Center
You better work, Ms. Ross. That will pretty much sum up the review of the living legend’s highly anticipated concert romp at the Mann this month. Tickets are still available here, but you better hurry because we know that won’t last long when it comes to Ms. Diana.
Kelly Clarkson/Pentatonix/Sept 20th/Susquehanna Bank Center
We can only wonder which covers Ms. Kelly will bless us with when she hits the Susquehanna stage this month. Let those imaginations run wild right here for tickets and info. Oh, and a capella wonder group, Pentatonix, will be there, too.
Lianne La Havas/Sept 20th/TLA
In what will perhaps be the most sexiest concert event of the month, UK songstress Ms. La Havas is ready to bring her delectable ditties stateside for the very first time with a stop in Philly. This is one buzzworthy diva that you certainly don’t want to miss out on this month.
Wale/Sept 24th/Electric Factory
For those that may not being seeing Madonna that same night, Mr. Wale (and Lion Babe, too!) will no doubt bring his smoky “Bad” attitude to the Electric Factory just in time for Pope Francis. Roll it up right here for tickets.
Madonna/Rebel Heart Tour/Sept 24th/Wells Fargo Center
Coincidentally, the Material Girl will also be here the same time as Pope Francis. Which may just be one-in-the same for those who will be attending Madge’s latest road excursion. Tickets are still available.