SENSORiUM Music & Arts Festival Set To Celebrate Diversity In Philadelphia
The second annual SENSORiUM Music & Arts Festival is considered Philadelphia’s end of summer bash. The event is to be held Saturday, August 24 at the historic Ukrainian American Citizens’ Association, known as Ukie Club on Franklin, in the Northern Liberties area of Philadelphia. Hosted by the funktronica powerhouse band Tweed, the festival’s purpose is celebrating the city’s thriving diversity in music and arts. The event focuses on bringing people together to dance, discover new music, and experience extra-sensory art installations. The creators of the festival have prioritized creating a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved banning any racism, sexism, able-ism, ageism, homophobia, trans-phobia, and any other form of discrimination.
SENSORiUM is a one-day event with a lineup that starts at Noon on August 24. The music will go all day with a well-balanced and eclectic lineup. See full lineup below. Ticketing and more information can be found on the SENSORiUM website.