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July 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: premiere party

July 20July 20
7:00 pm10:00 pm

Join the party to celebrate the opening of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets on July 21!

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is the visually spectacular new adventure film from LUC BESSON, the legendary director of The Professional, The Fifth Element, La Femme Nikita and Lucy. Based on the groundbreaking comic book series that inspired a generation of artists, writers and filmmakers comes a vision a lifetime in the making.

In the 28th century, Valerian (DANE DEHAAN) and Laureline (CARA DELEVINGNE) comprise a team of special operatives charged with maintaining order throughout the human territories. Under assignment from the Minister of Defense (HERBIE HANCOCK) the two embark on a mission to the astonishing city of Alpha — an ever-expanding metropolis where species from all over the universe have converged over centuries to share knowledge, intelligence and cultures with one another.

Free swag and film passes! FREE FUN!
$5 speciality cocktail, “The Valerian”
50¢ pierogi until 10pm
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm

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The Attic: Classic Hip Hop Party & GFM 10 Year Anniversary

July 21July 21
8:00 pm11:30 pm

The Hip Hop Dream Team has returned to celebrate the 10 Year Annivesary of the Get Free Movement.

The Attic is Tattooed Mom’s longest running hip hop party. If you’ve been before, you know what to expect. If not, come experience all of the hip hop elements under one roof: graffiti, bboys and bgirls, emcees and turntablism.

Foxx will be on the wheels of steel spinning nothing but classic hip hop and timeless tracks so don’t miss out!

Half off drafts 5-7pm & 10-11pm.

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Philadelphia Podcast Festival

July 22September 30
1:00 pm8:00 pm

The Philadelphia Podcasting Society is bringing 28 podcasts here for LIVE show recordings during the Philadelphia Podcast Festival!  This fest, featuring mostly Philly local podcasts, will run throughout the city from July 14-23.  Meet the voices behind your favorite podcast, or find a new show altogether!

Here are the podcasts being recorded LIVE at Tattooed Mom during the run of the fest.  Stop by to check them out, and buy a drink for your favorite podcast stars!

Saturday, July 15
1:00pm The Voice of the Free Planet X
2:00pm Shady Little Hour
3:00pm Your Weekly Top Six
4:00pm The Lazy Banana
5:00pm The Blacklisted Podcast
6:00pm Lulu and Pop
7:00pm Get Up in the Cool

Sunday, July 16
1:00pm Doom Thugs
2:00pm Everything is Awesome
3:00pm Wake the F Up Podcast
4:00pm How Many Fingers Am I Holding Up?
5:00pm A Skyrim Addict
6:00pm Dissecting the 80s
7:00pm Highlander Rewatched

Saturday, July 22
1:00pm The Broad Street Bully
2:00pm Stay Talking Ish
3:00pm The Broad Street Line
4:00pm Jawn Appetit
5:00pm Nerds with Words
6:00pm TBD
7:00pm Twisted Philly

Sunday, July 23
1:00pm Full Belly Laughs
2:00pm PartyNerdz
3:00pm The Idiots
4:00pm Give and Take
5:00pm RoyalTea
6:00pm Black Girls Laughing
7:00pm Black Tribbles

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Sunday Arts & Crafts: Beer Koozie

July 23July 23
12:00 pm11:30 pm

The hottest month of the year is the perfect time to keep that can cool with beer koozie arts & crafts. Join us every Sunday in July and personalize your very own Tattooed Mom koozie (provided for free here) with a crazy cool assortment of stickers, glitter, pom poms, googly eyes and more.

Each week will feature liquid inspiration with a different $3.50 craft can special. This holiday weekend cool off with a Bells Oarsman Berliner Weissbier, perfect for sipping out of your new custom koozie! 

Cheers to cold beers!

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Tattooed Momedy: July

July 25July 25
8:00 pm11:00 pm

Tattooed Momedy is a free monthly comedy showcase featuring hilarious comedy performers of all types and genres from Philadelphia and across the U.S!

Hannah Harkness
Aaron Abramowitz
Gary Chau
Maddie Mclennon
Jared Keith
Chris Stenta
LeMaire Lee

Be sure to get here early to snag that comfy armchair or rollercoaster car…this event fills up QUICKLY!

Hosted by Michael Kelly

Poster Art by Haden Reed

NO COVER! $1 tacos! $2.50 Tecates!

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No Introduction, an evening of Theatre

July 26July 26
7:00 pm10:00 pm

Arielle and Shari’s upcoming show, No Introduction, will be performed Aug 19 & 20th.  In celebration they are throwing a SUPER AWESOME EVENT which will feature sneak peeks of the show.

No Introduction is a dance duet rooted in identity. It specifically explores how Shari Williams and Arielle Pina identify with societal norms about beauty and value in the black community.

This event will feature:
~Silent Auction w/ work from artists Stephen Love and Sakin Jael
~Performing excerpt of original score by Will Colella

A percentage of the bar will be donated to the production of No Introduction…so party for a great cause! If you are unable to attend, that’s alright! You can still learn more and make a donation at this link: ariellepina.com/no-introduction

Doors at 7pm

$4 Hamburgers & Vegan Burgers from noon-midnight
$2 Narragansett Lager Tall Boys all day
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm

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We All Start Somewhere: collaborative art show

July 28July 28
7:00 pm11:00 pm

V.U.R.T (Visual Urban Renewal & Transformation) artist organization’s kick off benefit event features over 30 local Philadelphia artists.  All artwork has been donated to the show, so 100% of the funds collected from art sales will go toward V.U.R.T, as well as a percentage of the bar sales.

Shirts, buttons, prints & literature will be available to learn more about this initiative and the beautification that they plan for the city of Philadelphia.

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August 2017

Philly For Change: August

August 2August 2
7:00 pm10:00 pm

PHILLY FOR CHANGE is where local progressives meet to discuss progressive change.  It’s a monthly opportunity  to meet and engage candidates for local office, ask questions and get involved with grass roots activism.

Every FIRST Wednesday of the month, meet a variety of local politicians, candidates & activists.  Get invested in YOUR community! All politics are local.  Change starts with us!

Philly for Change is a group of reform-minded progressive Democrats. They fight for democracy, social and economic justice for all people, peace, the environment and the green economy at the city, state, and federal levels.

$4 Hamburgers & Vegan Burgers until midnight (try our Burger of the Month)
$2 Narragansett Lager Tall Boys all day
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm.

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Fused Underground: August Edition

August 4August 4
7:00 pm11:30 pm

JERKS Productions bring you another FUSED UNDERGROUND showcase! Join us for a night of ART, HORROR & BOOZE as we celebrate First Friday and showcase some of Philadelphia (and surrounding area)’s best local artists!

Jamie Elizabeth
Scott Bokma
Qori Moorehaul
Anthony Pepe
Jeremy Petrachonis
Shayna Feinstein
Nate Hurst
Human Made Products
Conner Craig
Kevin Simpson
Jenna Miller
Imaginarium Creative Studio
Priscila Sanchez
Chris Wagner
Terence mcHale
James Acampora
Nicholas Philippides

Half off drafts 5-7pm & 10-11pm

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An evening of local Poetry, Drag & Art

August 9August 9
7:00 pm10:00 pm

Celebrate the release of Rex Renee Leonowitch‘s new book of poetry and illustrations, When There Is No One And There Is Everyone, with an evening of poetry, drag, music & art.


The event will feature readings and performances using drag, music, poetry, and visual art/digital media to pay homage to events & people who, through their protest, grief, triumph & lust for life, shape our world for the better.

REX RENEE LEONOWICZ is a multimedia artist, performer, writer, and activist from Queens, New York. As a poor/working class, trans/nonbinary femme, Rex’s art and performance work is grounded in a politics of radical resistance, healing, and witness. Rex is a gender-bending, genre-blending artist whose work critically responds to the relationships people on the margins have with our surroundings and each other.

OKI SOGUMI was born in Seoul, South Korea as military dictatorship ended. She writes poetry and fiction, and her forthcoming speculative novella is about giant insects, migration, time travel, oceanic feelings, wellness, and both the limits and possibilities of relations like friendship. She currently resides in Philadelphia.

AMY SAUL-ZERBY‘s first poetry collection Paper Flowers Imaginary Birds was published by Be About It Press in 2017. Her work has also appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Spy Kids Review, Mad House & TheNewerYork. She is editor in chief of Voicemail Poems, multimedia editor at Apiary Magazine, and a contributing writer at Fields Magazine.

$4 Hamburgers & Vegan Burgers until midnight (try our Burger of the Month!)
$2 Narragansett Lager Tall Boys all day
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm

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