PHILADELPHIA, PA – MilkBoy Philly, the landmark locale of the iconic Philadelphia-born brand located in Center City, kicks off the return of live shows at the famed music venue with their “Welcome Back” show featuring performances by Humilitarian, Post Sex Nachos, and Pep Rally – led by Tommy Joyner, owner of MilkBoy – on Friday, July 9, in addition to a string of killer live shows scheduled well into 2022.
Live Music is Back at MilkBoy Philly
The highly anticipated return of live in-person shows comes on the heels of over a year-long hiatus due to pandemic restrictions. With the ban lifting this month, MilkBoy Philly has decided to re-open the second-floor, expansive venue for a series of in-person musical events starting with the “Welcome Back” show on Friday, July 9.
“The return of live music at our venue has been long overdue,” said Cory Elmi, General Manager of MilkBoy Philly. “We’re ecstatic to welcome back brand-new and returning talents to the stage this year – all the while inviting music-loving folks into our space to make more memorable moments at MilkBoy.”
Guests are welcome to experience an evening of dancing, mingling, and listening to the sweet sounds of Philadelphia-based rock group Humilitarian, indie-rock ensemble Post Sex Nachos hailing from Colombia, MO, and last but certainly not least, Tommy Joyner’s fist-pumping music project Pep Rally. Doors open at 7 pm, starting promptly at 8:30 pm and running until 1 am. Purchasing tickets in advance is recommended as it will be a slightly limited capacity and can be reserved here.
Following the initial bash, MilkBoy has a jam-packed line-up of notable talent scheduled for live performances planned until February 2022. Upcoming events include [but are not limited to] the following:
o Tuesday, August 19 at 8 pm: Clem Snide
o Thursday, August 12 at 8 pm: Scott H. Biram
o Sunday, August 29 at 7:30 pm: Rebirth Brass Band
o Wednesday, September 22 at 8 pm: Breland
o Friday, November 12 at 8:30 pm: I AM KAWEHI
o Saturday, December 4 at 8:30 pm: Katie Pruitt