Philadelphia’s Dilworth Park was a “Pastime Paradise” as one of the biggest music legends in the world played a pop-up concert.
Iconic performer Stevie Wonder brought his band to the plaza near Philadelphia’s City Hall to announce the final performances of his “Songs in the Key of Life” tour that will include an encore Oct. 7 date at the Wells Fargo Center.
The public news conference and FREE performance -- which began at 3 p.m. -- was the second of three Wonder played Monday with an earlier stop in Washington, D.C. and an evening performance in New York City.
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A large stage was set up during the day with Wonder's familiar keyboards front and center.
If Monday's pop-up show made you want more Wonder, tickets to the October concert go on sale Friday at noon.