Art for the Cash Poor 2018: This Weekend’s Live Musical Performances

This weekend at Art for the Cash Poor, InLiquid’s fabulous annual block party-style art fair (this year in the new location of Spring Arts District of Callowhill), sip on a cold beer, snack on sweet and savory food truck dishes, and enjoy live musical performances from local Philly bands while you browse through 100+ street vendors selling original artwork ranging from paintings, ceramics, photographs, jewelry, handbags, and fashion!

Check out the band lineup for this Saturday, June 16th, 2018, from 12-6pm, all performing at the stage on Buttonwood Street:

 

Poppy @ 2:30 PM

 Poppy, with Kate Campbell on guitar and vocals, Brian Campbell on bass and vocals, and Craig Heim on drums, is a trio that has taken Philadelphia by storm with their music for over 20 years. Reminiscent of 90’s alternative rock,  you can preview some of their greatest hits here, for free on Bandcamp!

Kate Dressed Up @ 1:30 PM

 

Band Bio: “Kate Dressed Up is an indie folk artist from New Jersey. She likes long walks in the wilderness and singing in the rain, without the rain part. She absolutely loves cats, actually, wait, no: just her cat. Kate recently released a self-produced single called History & Art, available for streaming/purchase on Bandcamp.”

7@7 @ 3:45 PM

7@7 is more than just a band: they’re an attitude! With a lot of heart and personality, these guys bring something fun and different to the stage. Be sure to come out on Saturday to see them, and take a look at their Facebook page to see some of the latest updates on performances and tours!

Jimmy Kelleher @ 5:00 PM

It takes a lot of guts to step out on stage solo, and Jimmy Kelleher has the drive and the talent. Under the spotlight on Saturday,  see this one-man band perform, and check out his music here on Bandcamp!

See you at Art for the Cash Poor 2018! 
 

Jacqueline Unanue

Jacqueline Unanue's current paintings series originated from my method of “calligraphic” painting: using spontaneous drawing,…

Jacqueline Unanue's current paintings series originated from my method of “calligraphic” painting: using spontaneous drawing, to evoke a primal mode of communication.…

Jacqueline Unanue's current paintings series originated from my method of “calligraphic” painting: using spontaneous drawing, to evoke a primal mode of communication.…

Ellen Benson
Annette Cords

Annette Cords is an interdisciplinary artist whose work spans diverse media, from painting and weaving to installation and…

Annette Cords is an interdisciplinary artist whose work spans diverse media, from painting and weaving to installation and sculpture. Her Jacquard tapestries focus on the convergence of visual and textual…

Annette Cords is an interdisciplinary artist whose work spans diverse media, from painting and weaving to installation and sculpture. Her Jacquard tapestries focus on the convergence of visual and textual languages, making…

Helene Halstuch

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse…

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse myself in the experience of painting, never quite knowing where it may take me…

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse myself in the experience of painting, never quite knowing where it may take me or what the outcome…

Terri Saulin

Terri received her MFA from the University of the Arts and her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. She currently teaches…

Terri received her MFA from the University of the Arts and her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. She currently teaches a variety of Studio Arts courses at The Agnes Irwin School, in Rosemont, PA.…

Terri received her MFA from the University of the Arts and her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design. She currently teaches a variety of Studio Arts courses at The Agnes Irwin School, in Rosemont, PA.…

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