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The Dock Street PBW Music Fest is closing out Philly Beer Week, and you don’t want to miss this lineup. The crew over at Dock Street put together a great roundup of local artists for a Sunday afternoon show over at 50th and Baltimore. Check out the bands after the jump.

4:00 PM – Flightschool: The Philly jam band is kicking things off on Sunday with what is sure to be a raucous set. Their debut EP is available on iTunes and Spotify, and you can check out more of their tunes on Soundcloud.

5:00 PM – Honey Radar: The Richmond, Indiana natives provide a nice mix of poppy rock tunes to the lineup. You can check out their music on their website.

5:45 PM – Pushin’ It 2 The Limit: Local punk rockers PI2TL are anchoring the middle of the lineup with aggressive songs like “The World’s Greatest Song Ever in the Whole Wide Fucking World.” Check out some of their music on their Bandcamp.

6:30 PM – The Women’s Revolutionary Vagime: This local dance group is all about empowering women and performing some interesting choreography while promoting their positive message. You can check out a short video of theirs below.

7:00 PM – RoseMary Fiki: Philly-based singer has garnered critical acclaim from the likes of Afro-Punk and Vibe Vixen for her debut, The RoseMary Fiki EP. Her sophomore effort, The Great Unknown, provides a deeper look at the artistry of the singer, bringing her talents to new lengths. You can check out more about her on her website and you can listen to her EPs on Soundcloud.

What better way to spend your Sunday than listening to free local music and sampling Dock Street Brewery’s finest drafts? Whole Foods Market will be providing food for the event and to top it all off, The West Philly Scavenger Hunt is starting at 3:30 PM. You can check out the Facebook event for more details.

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