DO THIS: Spruce Street Harbor Park Winds Down Fall Festival

Spruce Street Harbor Park will celebrate fall with a weekend long festival, this Friday through Sunday.

Unfortunately the city’s adored summertime hangout Spruce Street Harbor Park will soon be a mere memory, but not before converting into an autumnal wonderland for a weekend-long fall-themed celebration.

Spruce Street Harbor Park Fall Fest will begin this Friday, September 19th, and run through Sunday, September 21st, giving you three days to enjoy the park’s seasonally appropriate makeover, along with a full schedule of activities for adults and kids alike.

Philly Beer Week will curate a lineup of regional beers, pouring craft brews from a different mid-Atlantic area each day, along with special seasonal cocktails (think red sangria with cranberries and oranges). Plus, food trucks will be onsite to satisfy every sort of palette, serving up eats with a focus on fall’s freshest ingredients.

Aside from the craft beer extravaganza, fest-goers will enjoy live entertainment from an assortment of musicians throughout the weekend, including Man About a Horse, Stella Ruze, Dan Keller, and the Steelpan Orchestra. Little ones can look forward to crafts and fun of all kinds, such as flower-crown-making, face-painting, and jugglers.

The pop-up will bid farewell to its loyal patrons on Sunday, September 28th, so be sure to soak up the festivities before it’s too late. For more information on this weekend’s fall festival, click here.

Spruce Street Harbor Park Fall Fest, Friday, September 19th – Sunday, September 21st, Spruce Street Harbor Park, 401 South Columbus.