The Philly POPS proudly presents the Sixth Annual POPS Ball: 40th Anniversary Celebration!
Leslie Odom, Jr., Grammy and Tony-award winner for Hamilton, kicks off the POPS 40th Anniversary Celebration with American Songbook classics.
Since 2002, The Philly POPS has performed an annual benefit concert at the Trenton War Memorial in support of Morris Hall and St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center.
Tony and Grammy winner, R&B hitmaker, and international singing sensation Heather Headley comes to Philadelphia for a one-night-only show with The Philly POPS BIG Band at the Kimmel Center.
A mesmerizing six-foot blonde, Storm Large is a musician, actor, playwright, author, and most famous as an unforgettable interpreter of American popular music.
Philadelphia’s incredible holiday tradition is back with Hamilton’s Mandy Gonzalez and Broadway legend Todd Ellison conducting for the first time.
This new January series will celebrate a particular kind of Philly sound — the jazz of the ’40s and ’50s with Temple University’s internationally-acclaimed jazz trumpeter Terell Stafford and The Philly POPS BIG Band.
Stuart Chafetz is back with his cover of the ’80s — the decade that saw an explosion of new music and the advent of MTV!
Uptown Nights with Byron Stripling is something new for the POPS — he’ll explore a magical world of song and dance popularized in the clubs of the ’40s and ’50s.
Principal Guest Conductor David Charles Abell's Cole Porter tribute is an original program of Porter’s best, sung by Broadway stars Catherine Russell, Marin Mazzie, and Jason Danieley.
Michael Krajewski’s original American Bandstand program celebrates the early years of the iconic show when it was filmed in Philadelphia.