About Last Night: Feastival
Hey guys sorry for the spotty blog postings this week, as you know I photographed so many events last weekend that it has taken all week to process the photos for the media. Last night I attended one of the best events of the season – Feastival. As usual it was over the top amazing. I have compiled a few photos to showcase the evening. Look for photos to appear in November’s Philly Mag as well as today on CBSPhilly. Have a great Weekend.
Audi FEASTIVAL is Philadelphia’s premier annual fundraiser benefiting FringeArts, which brings the hottest movers and shakers in the city’s business, culinary, and arts scenes into one exclusive, unforgettable party on the Delaware Waterfront.
Arthur Etchells and Michelle Cassidy Etchells
Albert Lee and Danielle Sievers
Fabiola Cineas, Business Column Philly Mag, and Alex Tewfik, Foobooz Philly Mag
Virgil, David and Wendell
Townsend Wentz and friends
Dan Reinherz, Hadas Kuznits and Melony Roy JonCarl Lachman excited to open take over part of the Washington Square West landmark More Than Just Ice Cream after it closes next week. Winkel will be opening in November says Mike Klein.
2018 marks the annual Fringe Festival’s 22nd year, bringing the best contemporary, innovative and ground-breaking art to Philadelphia. Each September for the past nine years, this premier arts festival joined forces with Philadelphia’s world-class restaurants to present Audi FEASTIVAL, a benefit for FringeArts. Described as a “completely delicious and amazing” evening and named “one of the best events in the last decade,” Audi FEASTIVAL celebrates both our artistic and culinary scenes – two great economic engines that push Philadelphia forward. Audi FEASTIVAL has been hailed as “the cultural event of the year,” “best party in Philadelphia,” and “a party from a different world”.