Bowerbird and Sebastian Petsu are pleased to present Double Decker Music Series 21 (DDMS21) featuring Jaimie Branch and Sebastian Petsu. The Double Decker Music series is a unique, intimate mobile concert experience on an open-top double-decker bus. Each evening features live music performances in an urban setting paired with a guided tour of Philadelphia’s attractions. The Double Decker Music Series is hosted by Sebastian Petsu, a Philadelphia tour guide on buses and on foot since 2005. His love of both Philadelphia’s music and history inspired him to combine the two in a unique way.

This event is part of the Double Decker Music Series 2019

EVENT DETAILS

Boarding begins at 7:45pm at the northeast corner of 5th and Market Streets by the Wells Fargo building.

THE BUS LEAVES AT 8PM SHARP. It’s a mobile event, so you can’t show up late or the venue will be gone! The event finishes up back where we started at 10pm.

This event is ALL AGES (though not recommended for very young children) and BYO snacks and beverages (but please, no glass, and remember there is no restroom on the bus).

$30 per person. Advance tickets only. There will be no walk-up sales. Only 30 seats are available and this event will sell out. (All previous Double Decker Music Series events have!)

If it looks like rain, the event will be held on Monday, July 29th at 8pm. A message will be sent out by 4pm on the day of the event letting ticket-holders know about the rescheduling.

Schedules

  • Occurs Sunday, July 28th, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Venue

5th and Market St

5th and Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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