The weather might be getting chillier but the Philly music scene is really heating up! November is jam-packed with exciting concert experiences that span every genre, from rock to folk to indie pop to hip hop. LiveGoodFast has you covered with a few of our top picks for the month that include national acts and homegrown stars.
The Scrapbook Tour: Misterwives with WATERS and CRUISR
The Fillmore, Wednesday, November 4th @ 7:30PM
If you’re in the mood for a good time, especially on a Wednesday, Misterwives is just what the doctor ordered. Led by effervescent frontwoman Mandy Lee, the band’s high-energy show is an instant mood booster. They will be joined by WATERS and local heroes, CRUISR.
Milkboy Philly, Friday, November 6th @ 8PM
If you want to hear the best new live music but aren’t sure where to start, Communion Philadelphia’s monthly concert series at Milkboy is the place to be. Founded by Ben Lovett of Mumford and Sons, Communion has been going strong since its humble beginnings in the UK in 2006. This particular show will feature Highly Suspect, And the Kids, The Yetis, The Sixties, and DJ Jersey Dan.
Union Transfer, Friday, November 14th @ 8PM
Ground Up is a hugely successful Philly hip hop group that was founded at Temple University in 2008. Being completely DIY, they’ve really built their career from the “ground up” and are performing a hometown show at Union Transfer with Mazon, MAvi & the Christian Express, Rone, DJ MiJo.
Jeff Campbell with Everything Turned to Color and Joe Marson
World Cafe Live, Wednesday, November 25th @ 7PM
The eve of Thanksgiving is the perfect time to enjoy live music and Jeff Campbell is definitely an artist to check out. He’s shared stages with the likes of John Mayer, The Counting Crows, and Train, and his latest release, The Kitchen Sink, is getting a lot of buzz. He’ll be joined by Everything Turned to Color and Joe Marson for this special Thanksgiving Eve show.