Philadelphia Children's Festival
May 18-20, 2017
Our 2017 Philadelphia Children's Festival features music, dance, theatre and circus performances for the whole family. Plus, enjoy the free outdoor PlazaMania with interactive activities and performances.
Children's Festival Performances
Children's Festival Pass - Buy Three Shows and Save!
Get three shows and access to the PlazaMania for only $30 on Saturday, May 20*. It's the best way to experience the Children's Festival!
*Offer valid for three different performances, not three tickets to the same performance. Valid on Saturday, May 20 only. Offer is not retroactive. Other restrictions may apply.
Children's Festival PlazaMania
Visit the Children's Festival's outdoor PlazaMania with interactive activities from arts partners from across the city. And don't worry, we've got the face painting and balloon animals covered too! School groups will receive study guides and a specifically-tailored activity in PlazaMania. PlazaMania will be open 10:30 AM - 1 PM on weekdays and 10 AM - 3 PM on Saturday.
Adopt a School Program
Adopt-A-School gives individuals and companies the opportunity to sponsor a classroom of local students to attend the Philadelphia Children's Festival. Your sponsorship helps provide lively arts education programs to the children of our greater Philadelphia community.
The Annenberg Center believes that all children, regardless of their ability to pay, should have opportunities to experience high quality performing arts programs. Nearly half of the school students who attend our children's programs could not do so without the deep discounts that Adopt-A-School makes possible. Adopt-A-School sponsorships begin at $1,000. For more information or to become a sponsor, please contact the Development Department at 215. 898.6754.
The 2017 Philadelphia Children’s Festival was made possible in part by the support of the following: David & Ryna Alexander, the Connelly Foundation, the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation, Cynthia & Richard Gay, David & Sherri Katz, Karyn & Steven Kobre, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Ravitz Foundation, Santander Bank, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Virginia C. Mulconroy Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation and the Walter J. Miller Trust.