Here are ten concerts to see in the next seven days, all around Philly. For details and more information, head to WXPN’s Concerts and Events page.

Sunday 10/8: Miya Folick at The Foundry

LA based indie pop singer songwriter Miya Folick is bringing The Roach Tour to the Foundry, with opening support from Babebee. Her sophomore album ROACH captured the hearts of many with her vulnerable wordsmithing and ear candy pop productions. Her most recent single “What We Wanna” is featured on the soundtrack of the historical drama television show The Buccaneers. Miya Folick comments, “My favorite thing in the world is to play songs for you (other than quiet time, morning cereal, and my mom)”. Lucky for us, Folick prioritized her tour’s stop in Philly over her mother, breakfast and pondering time. Don’t miss out on an incredible night of pop at The Foundry on October 8th. // 8 p.m., $20, AA

Miya Folick – "What We Wanna (From “The Buccaneers” Soundtrack)"

Monday 10/9 through Sunday 10/15: Philly Music Fest at Various Venues

For the local music community, it’s once again the most wonderful time of the year. Philly Music Fest 2023 is here, expanded to seven days at six venues packed with dozens of locally-rooted artists, all in the name of raising money for local music education nonprofits like Beyond The Bars and Girls Rock Philly. Many shows are sold out (Kurt Vile, Tigers Jaw) but many still have tickets available, including an incredible Wednesday night lineup at World Cafe Live headlined by electropop stars Marian Hill – their recent Key Studio Session was outstanding- and also featuring Sadurn, Julia Pratt, Sophie Coran, and Trap Rabbit. You also don’t want to miss Saturday’s mix of emo, shoegaze, folk, and soul with Algernon Cadwallader, Knifeplay, Church Girls, and Huey the Cosmonaut at Underground Arts. // various times, prices, and venues

Wednesday 10/11: Chill Moody and Time For Three at The Mann Center

Chill Moody, the beloved West Philly based Hip Hop artist, entrepreneur and activist is returning to the Mann Center this Wednesday night with the classically trained string trio Time For Three. Moody is consistently making Philly music history. He was named “Best Rapper” by Philadelphia Magazine, appointed by city counsel as the official Philadelphia music ambassador, and partnered with The Mann Center to be their first ever Community Artist-In Residency to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop. Closing out a summer full  of concert collaborations with Downstage presented by Cadillac, Chill Moody brings The Art Storytelling to the “downstage” setting of the West Philly amphitheater for a genre fusing night of classical music and Hip Hop. // 8 p.m., $62 and up (verified resale), AA


Chill Moody - Horns At The Funeral

Wednesday 10/11: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram at Brooklyn Bowl Philly

Bringing his 662 Juke Joint Tour to Brooklyn Bowl Philly on Wednesday, Grammy winning blues singer and guitarist Christone “Kingfish” will be rendering his mind blowing guitar jamming mingling marvelously with his soulful singing. At only 23 years old, the Mississippi rooted artist won Best Contemporary Blues Album at the 64th annual Grammy awards ceremony for his second LP release, 662. The brilliant bluesy spirit in Kingfish’s playing is emphasized in his most recent live album Live in London. You can hear the musical prodigy for yourself this Wednesday Night, or catch him on October 13th at The Stone Pony. // 8 p.m., $30 and up, AA

Wednesday 10/11: Iris De Ment at City Winery Philadelphia

Folk singer Iris De Ment is set to grace this City Winery Philly stage this Wednesday. Her unique and haunting vocals bring life to her songwriting, which is rooted in country and folk, and filled with emotion and soul. De Ment’s legacy has been building for thirty years in the music industry, including this year’s Workin’ On A World. // 7:30 p.m., $35 and up, 21+

Iris de Ment - Workin' on A World

Thursday 10/12: Little Dragon at TLA

It is difficult to put the band Little Dragon into one specific box. Led by charismatic, soulful singer Yukimi Nagano, the band’s music is full of quirks and engrossing atmospheres. An unexpected sound is guaranteed to pop out at you while listening, but their consistency as a band remains faithful. This summer, they released their newest album Slugs of Love, which has received high praise from many, and they’ll showcase it this Thursday at the TLA. // 8 p.m., $48 and up (verified resale), AA

Little Dragon - Slugs of Love

Thursday 10/12: Devendra Barnhart at Union Transfer

Devendra Barnhart is a man of culture, letting his American and Venezuelan roots seep deep into his music. His tone is ethereal and therapeutic, beautiful and entrancing; his vocals are smooth and supple, making his upcoming performances this week sure to be a sublime experience. See Banhart Thursday at Union Transfer; for our NJ friends, he also plays Friday at Asbury Lanes. // 8 p.m., $30 and up, AA

Devandra Banhart - Twin

Friday 10/13: Worriers at Kung Fu Necktie

Worriers graced us with not only one but two albums this year, the first (Warm Blanket) released earlier in the spring and exploring more lo-fi atmospheres the second (Trust Your Gut) bringing the rock mid September. The project of indie rock singer-songwriter Lauren Denitzio goes through punky ebbs and flows in their music that touches on themes of heartbreak, expression, identity, and love. This Friday, they’ll showcase that range with a headlining gig at Kung Fu Necktie. // 7:30 p.m., $15, 21+

Worriers - Trust Your Gut

Saturday 10/14: Madison McFerrin at McCarter Theatre

Singer-songwriter and producer Madison McFerrin just packed the house at MilkBoy on tour in support of her stellar 2023 debut full length I Hope You Can Forgive Me. This Saturday, she’s back in the region, bringing the album’s vibrant grooves and emotive lyricism to Princeton’s McCarter Theatre. // 8 p.m., $25 and up, AA

Saturday 10/14: Haddonfield First Music Festival ft. Oceanator, The National Reserve and more

It’s prime harvest festival season, which means free music on outdoor stages all around the region. The Haddonfield, New Jersey community is putting on its inaugural Music First Festival this Saturday with a solid bill; hooky indie rockers Oceanator, throwback Brooklynites The National Reserve, Philly brass band faves Snacktime and more. // 1 p.m., free, AA