WED + THURS 5 - 10 PM;
FRIDAY + SATURDAY 1 - 11 PM;
SUNDAY 12 - 10 PM
Established in 1895, Clark Park is in the heart of Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood. With more than 300 trees, it covers nine acres between Baltimore Avenue, Woodland Avenue, 43rd Street and 45th Street. The park offers a basketball court, an open field, a playground, statues, and several paths. It also hosts various events, such as music and arts festivals and a weekly farmers market.
During Parks on Tap, Shakespeare in the Park, an annual park tradition, will present The Two Gentlemen of Verona, July 27 to 31 for FREE! And, July 29 is a special Dog Friendly night co-hosted by the PSPCA and Baltimore Pet Shoppe. Cross-dressing, betrayals, outlaws and love abound in Shakespeare’s romantic comedy, The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Join Philadelphia’s finest actors and a troupe of community swing dancers for this comedic tale of love and friendship.
- 7/28 Friends of Clark Park Fundraiser Happy Hour 5 to 7 pm | 50% of proceeds will go directly back to Clark Park!
- 7/28 Clark Park Farmers Market 3 to 7 pm | Clark Park is home to one of the largest and most well-populated farmers’ market in Philadelphia, plus hourly food demonstrations and fresh finds
- 7/29 Free Library of Philadelphia Book Bike 1 to 4pm | Free Library Book Bikes provide mobile outreach throughout the city - check out a book, right in the park!
- 7/30 Maha Yoga at Parks on Tap 12:00 - 1:00 pm | Pay What You Can
- 7/30 Clark Park Farmers Market 10 am to 2 pm | Clark Park is home to one of the largest and most well-populated farmers’ market in Philadelphia
7/27: Shakespeare in the Park: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 7 PM
7/28: Shakespeare in the Park: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 7 PM
7/29: Shakespeare in the Park: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 7 PM
7/30: Shakespeare in the Park: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 7 PM
7/31: Shakespeare in the Park: The Two Gentlemen of Verona 7 PM
598 S. 43rd street
Accessible via green line trolleys 11, 13 and 34. Also accessible via SEPTA Bus Route 30 at 42nd and Chester Avenue