What’s better than a week full of celebrating tech and innovation happening in Philadelphia? How about adding three unique afterparties to the mix?
It’s not often that tech and music get to team up, so, just like we did down in Austin for SXSW, we are back at it, finding unique ways for both communities to come together to celebrate the great things happening in Philly.
First up, we’re kicking off the festivities at SPiN Philadelphia for the PTW player’s night. Drop by for a little ping pong, drink specials and some friendly competition! Members get guaranteed ping pong time, plus a chance at battling Technical.ly and Generocity editors (Editor’s note: BRING IT). Ping pong, prizes and Philly tech — it’s the perfect party. (Click the pic to RSVP.)
Then on May 1, we’re heading to MilkBoy on Chestnut Street where local acts Rachel Andie & The V Element, Kingsley Ibeneche and Killiam Shakespeare will be joining us for some of the best live music in the city. Oh, and there will be free drinks, too. (Click the pic to RSVP.)
Ending the week is our closing party on May 4, which will be taking place at the beautiful Stratus Rooftop Lounge, immediately following the PTW18 Signature Event at Reading Terminal Market. We have DJ Royale back for the second year spinning all the right vibes! You definitely won’t want to miss this party (or the view). (Click the pic to RSVP.)
It’s sure to be a special week.
Technical.ly and Philly Tech Week have outdone themselves this year, and these afterparties will be the cherry on top.
Experience the collision between the tech and music once again, and don’t forget to RSVP for all of the events here for free entry.
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