This week, NBC10 looks into free and super cheap summer activities throughout the area.
Concerts are a popular summer activity, and multiple locations are providing them for free.
May 22, World Café Live Philadelphia will be hosting Monday Jazz Jam at 5:30 p.m. June 17, July 22, August 19 and September 16 at 40th and Walnut in Philadelphia, there is free admission to free outdoor concerts, acitivities and giveaways. There will be free samples of Ben and Jerry’s, Honeygrow and free cold brew coffee from Saxbys.
On July 4, Mary J. Blige will headline Wawa Welcome America along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The festival runs multiple days and features plenty of free fun.
Media in Delaware County, Pennsylvania has many free concerts all throughout the summer.
The Philadelphia area also has many free attractions and tours, so feel free to travel around.
Visit the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, the Rocky Statue and steps, LOVE and AMOR sculptures and Philadelphia’s Historic District’s "Once Upon a Nation Storytelling Benches."
Free, and SUPER cheap, Philadelphia art and culture events are also very affordable.
Spruce Street Harbor Park and Summerfest at the Blue Cross RiverRink provide for walking around in the summer air, swinging on hammocks and buying snacks. The Park and Rink are free entry.
At Race Street Pier there are free yoga classes every day of the week.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art allows visitors to Pay-What-You-Wish every Wednesday after 5 p.m.