PHILADELPHIA, PA  – Devil’s Den, Philadelphia’s leading craft beer bar, is planning an explosive finale to its decade-long saga with programming chock-full of fan-favorite events and charitable fundraising, including Getting Dragged to The Den, the last installment of the much-loved Drag Me to The Den series on Sunday, September 25, in partnership with Love Your Block Philadelphia Real Estate with proceeds benefiting the Pink Boots Society.


Additional happenings consist of two more Beer Bingo Nights, the return of True Crime Night with Sarah Cailean, and a newly-added weekend happy hour.

Get Dragged to The Den marks the final show in Devil’s Den’s lengthy run of the famed Drag Me to The Den, slated for Sunday, September 25 at 2 pm. Fans of the monthly series can expect extravagant performances from Philadelphia’s superior Drag Kings and Queens, including Lumia, Volkie Leigh Versace, Emily Valentine, and Juan Quit while enjoying a bountiful brunch on the expansive 11th Street patio. Fare and libations are available for purchase à la carte. Tickets are $10/person and include a donation to the Pink Boots Society, entry to the show, and a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Pink Boots gift basket. Devil’s Den will donate $1 from every Pink Boots Society beer sold during the event to the organization. 

The last of Devil’s Den’s buzzed-about bi-weekly Beer Bingo Nights will be held this month, the penultimate of which will be hosted by Yards Brewing Co. on Wednesday, September 14 at 7 pm. Participants can enjoy craft beer while winning themed merchandise for every B-I-N-G-O. Still, there will be a few surprises for the final installment hosted by Erin Wallace and the team at Devil’s Den on Wednesday, September 28.

In addition, one final True Crime Night will take place on Thursday, October 6 at 7 pm, titled The Poison of Power: Pernicious Pols and Savage Statesmen. Hosted by private investigator and police consultant Sarah Cailean, the presentation details an array of politics-driven true crime tales and murders. Tickets are $15/person and are available online by clicking here.

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