July 6, 2017 is Philadelphia’s second-ever Kevin Hart Day! Born and raised in Philly, Kevin Hart is a versatile comedic actor in television and film, known for his roles in Death at a Funeral, Along Came Polly, and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and currently traveling on his What Now? Tour. We’re celebrating Kevin Hart Day and the inaugural Erie Avenue Family Day (and Kevin’s birthday!) with a new mural from artist Willis “Nomo” Humphrey at Max’s Cheesesteaks, only a block away from Kevin’s childhood home.
Hear performances from Philly favorites Freeway, Chill Moody, and Bria Marie. Limited refreshments will be available. The party kicks off at 10:30 a.m., and our speaking program begins at noon.
Event co-hosts: City Council President Darrell Clarke, 5th Council District; Councilman-At-Large David Oh
Event partners: Call to Serve; Dunkin Donuts; Hart Beat Productions; Max’s Cheesesteaks; Nicetown CDC Community Center; OCR; Philadelphia Parks and Recreation; ShopRite; State Senator Sharif Street; Temple University; UnitedHealthCare; Zion Baptist Church