Wow, what a fun crowd. Glow in the Park was a super fun night. The performance space was beautiful, the weather lovely and the crowd awesome. FDR Park is such a gem hidden down by the highways in South Philly. We performed in front of the boathouse, with the Swedish American Museum lit up behind us. Later in the evening we walked down to the pavilion and took some photos with Lindsey, a friend of Lux Arati. I’m sure there were tons of photos snapped during the performance, but so far I haven’t been able to track any down. There was also a camera guy from CBS3, but I don’t know if they did a story, I haven’t been able to find anything about that, either. If anyone does come across it, please let us know!
This was the first time they’ve held this event in FDR, and I hope they have it next year, we’d love to come back and dazzle the crowd again!
Love the Philly parks? Love Lux Arati? Combine the two! We’ve been asked to perform at the Glow-in-the-Park event on Thursday, October 25th. There’ll be a band and some lovely scenery, and we’ll be spinning fire around 7:20 PM. Join us and help support the park! Here’s the write-up:
GLOW-in-the-Park is our new fall event to showcase Philly’s amazing parks and build our network of park champions.
Enjoy a fun evening with other park lovers over a sampling of Philly mobile food truck fare, cocktails and music by Hazie Blu
FDR Park is a 348-acre park in South Philadelphia, featuring three lakes, a golf course, playing fields, a skate park and other recreational facilities.
The Fairmount Park Conservancy is a non-profit organization that exists to champion the Fairmount Park system.
All guests of GLOW-in-the-Park will receive an annual Membership to the Fairmount Park Conservancy at the $50 level.
(at the $50 level)