The 20th annual Philadelphia Tattoo Convention is the world’s largest traveling exhibition of live tattoo art and curiosities. Folks turned out hundreds deep, wrapping around the Pennsylvania Convention Center for an opportunity to get an Eagles tattoo.
LIGHTFAIR® International (LFI®), the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in May 2019, according to Jeffrey L. Portman, Sr., chairman, chief executive officer and president of LFI managing partner AmericasMart® Atlanta.
According to the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia, 253,191 people attended the 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show, the biggest turnout since 2004. Also, a new attendance record was also set on opening Sunday of the show, with 39,630 guests present that day. How do you follow that up?
It's draft day for Major League Soccer and several players with Greater Cincinnati ties are hoping to get good news. Following the MLS player combine earlier this week in Orlando, America's top-tier soccer league will welcome in a draft class of new talent to the workforce during Friday's SuperDraft at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The Philadelphia Auto Show is about three weeks away and the event’s executive director, Kevin Mazzucola, is in what he says is the hurricane of auto show production. That means its crunch time for the nine-person team that puts together one of Philadelphia’s biggest events of the year.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center has just completed acquiring and permanently installing a 127-piece collection of contemporary art, at a cost of about $1.5 million.
Millions of fans know Rob Riggle, 47, from his work on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” and from his contributions to the “Fox NFL Sunday” pregame show. Fewer are aware of Riggle’s 23 years in the Marines and Marine Corps Reserve, from which he retired as a lieutenant colonel in 2013. He visited the Center on Dec. 8.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center will install new marquee signage along the facility’s Broad Street entrance to prominently brand the 2 million square-foot facility, which attracts more than 1 million annual convention and show attendees.
The Urban Affairs Coalition Networking Breakfast event celebrated its 48th Anniversary at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia and recognized the 2017 Urban Affairs Coalition Award honorees.
The Philly Bike Expo attracted a record number of exhibitors and attendees, organizers said, and the show's first attempt at trade-only hours attracted about 150 registered industry members, including retailers and suppliers. The show sold 4,213 tickets and featured 177 booths, including many custom frame builders, along with cycling organizations.