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Dancin in Dilworth with The Philly POPS little BIG Band

Dilworth Park

1 S 15th St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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04 August 2021
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Paula Holloway, guest vocalist
The Philly POPS little BIG Band

Join us for a free POPS BIG Band performance at Dilworth Park Wednesday, August 4 from 5:30–7PM. As we tune up for our Lights Up! Showtime! season, enjoy hits inspired by Motown and Sinatra!  

Come dance to The Philly POPS little BIG Band with favorites like RESPECT, A Change is Gonna Come, Fly Me to The Moon, and The Best is Yet to Come! 

This performance will feature guest vocalist Paula Holloway, who dazzled audiences at the POPS recent July 4 performance. Paula has toured with Patti LaBelle, Anita Baker, and more!  

Win special prizes, like tickets to upcoming performances, and even a full season subscription! We can’t wait to see you there! 

This performance is presented as part of Center City District’s new series: The Arts on Center Stage. 

The show will take place on the southern end of Dilworth Park, with Philadelphia’s historic City Hall in the background. Guests sitting in the newly enhanced Summer Garden on the Albert M. Greenfield Lawn will have a front row seat to the show. Everyone is encouraged to pack a blanket as seating in the space, including colorful stationary swings, is limited.  

In support of local restaurants, guests are encouraged to dine al fresco with takeout meals from nearby eateries. Cocktails made with Maker’s Mark Bourbon and Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer will be offered to guests 21 and older, and a special menu will be available at the Air Grille. 

Guest Artist

Paula Holloway, Featured Artist


Paula is a native Philadelphian, born & raised. She has been truly blessed to tour with many well-known artists over the past 45+ years. 

The list of artists she worked with is vast.  To name a few, she toured with Anita Baker for six years, Patti LaBelle, Phyllis Hyman, Regina Belle, Teddy Pendergrass, Lou Rawls, John Whitehead, Miles Jaye, Stephanie Mills, and Billy Paul.  

These experiences allowed her to cultivate a successful career as a soloist and sought-after background vocalist, section leader & vocal arranger in the studio, on the road, and in the church.