Fri, Jul 07|
Illadelph Xperiment with DJ's Mike Nyce, Cosmo Baker and Rebel Foster spinning Hip-Hop, Classics, House, Reggae + more!
Time & Location
Jul 07, 9:00 PM – Jul 08, 2:00 AM
Broad Hall, 699 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA
About the event
2 Rooms, 2 Vibes and 3 DJ's on Friday July 7! Catch us every first Friday at Broad Hall - Two rooms of Hip-Hop, Classics, House, Reggae and more with DJ's Mike Nyce, Cosmo Baker and Rebel Foster. Plus, live Art by Ameerah K Art..
We kicked off out residency 3 months ago and it's been beautiful! Two rooms for you to float back and forth to depending on what you feel like hearing, tons of friends, fam and new faces, and you get to watch an Artist create and finish a piece of Art. Grab some drinks and meet us on the dance floor!
Stacey Wilson has been an integral part of the Creative Arts and Nightlife industries for more than 25 years. Her career has been shaped by her work in Marketing, Event Production + Promotion, Graphic Design, Visual Arts and in recent years, Teaching. She’s the co-producer of the longest running party in Philadelphia, Tastytreats, along with Questlove from The Roots. She's produced events with Artists like Q-Tip, Biz Markie, Mos Def, De La Soul, Bilal, MC Lyte and so many more. She’s been named a Philadelphia Creative Ambassador by The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Board. She’s hosted private parties with Prince, has had her Artwork featured on MTV’s The Real World Philadelphia and UPN 57’s Half & Half, and she has several pieces of Art published in Jill Scott’s book of poetry, The Moments, The Minutes, The Hours. Her work is owned by friends like Amanda Seales and DJ Jazzy Jeff. Her logos also can be found on the streets of Philadelphia at places like Relish, Green Soul and Paris Bistro.
Stacey was part of the opening cohort of resident Artists at Cherry Street Pier in Philadelphia, has been teaching Event Design and Graphic Design at The Village of Arts & Humanities, and has also blossomed into a muralist through her work as a featured muralist through The Tiny Room For Elephants Festival. Her 2018 and 2022 murals currently lives on the walls at The Fillmore in Philadelphia.
With some exciting new projects on the horizon, Stacey is excited to keep putting her skills to use in creating new opportunities and ventures, whether it’s through events, art, design or teaching. To know and learn more about Stacey, please visit www.flygirrl.com, www.theflylifeagency.com and follow her on social media - @flygirrl /flygirrl.