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July 17, 2015

PhilaMOCA highlights local acts at OK Fest

This year's sales benefit Attic Youth Center

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PhilaMOCA at 531 N. 12th St.

After a successful first year, the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art is bringing back OK Fest for three days of music and tons of local performers. Friday, July 24, through Sunday, July 26, 19 acts will take part in the festival, performing at either PhilaMOCA or First Unitarian Church over the weekend.

All three days of the festival are open to all ages. Tickets for individual days, as well as a limited number of weekend passes, are available online. 

Friday will see Frances Quinlan of Hop Along, Told Slant, Eskimeaux, Moor Mother Goddess, Shellshag, King Azaz and Blowdryer performing at PhilaMOCA. Amanda X, Spirit of The Beehive, Pinkwash, Dogbreth, Loose Tooth, Lithuania and Space Chumpy will play there Saturday night.

Sunday, the performances move to First Unitarian with Pile, Sheer Mag, Alex G, Girlpool and Quarterbacks on the lineup. 

A portion of the weekend's proceeds will be donated to The Attic Youth Center, a safe space for LGBTQ teens. 

OK Fest 2

Friday, July 24-Sunday, July 26
Showtimes vary | $30 for three-day pass or $12-$15 per show
531 N. 12th St.
First Unitarian Church
2125 Chestnut St.