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Carnival Rides in Philadelphia, PA
1.Northeast Turf Club
2327 Cottman Ave8.83 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement Places & ArcadesRecreation CentersAmusement Park Rides EquipmentRestaurants
The Northeast Turf Club is spread over more than 25,000 square feet of area and accommodates over 500 guests. The club has a bar surrounded by drinking booths and a restaurant that houses personal televisions. Its restaurant offers a range of dishes that include beef burgundy, chicken parmesan, baked macaroni and mozzarella sticks. The restaurant also provides various appetizers that include buffalo wings, beef nachos, potato fries and pretzels. Northeast Turf Club is located in Philadelphia.
4336 Sepviva St5.87 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement Places & ArcadesAmusement Park Rides EquipmentTourist Information & Attractions
2038 Grant Ave11.04 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement Park Rides EquipmentLaser EntertainmentProduction Companies-Film, TV, Radio, EtcTheatrical & Stage Lighting Equipment-Services
P.A.W.N. LASER is near one of the first 5 or so private laser light show companies started and made in the USA, since 1988. (Not including Planetariums, Disney World, etc.) Over 25 years of entertainment & laser show experience, our partners located in all corners of the globe lead to the many advances in laser technology, techniques, unique laser products, & event services that we have available to offer you today. With a long list of prestigious clients, we pride our self on delivering a quality product when time and budget are the main factor. P.A.W.N. is also a Festival Producer & Music Publisher credited with introducing EDM - Electronic Dance Music to the United States after Frankie Bones's Storm events in NYC & after the NASA events by DJ Scotto in NYC (Producer of Ravestock ® "Festival in Festival" at Woodstock 94 NY.) P.A.W.N. produced the 1st major outdoor EDM festival in the USA "In The Beginning" in 1993 on the slopes at Blue Mountain Ski Resort in PA; and their most recent, 3D-EDM in 2012 at Citizen's Bank Ball Park Stadium Parking Lot, home of Philadelphia Phillies MLB Baseball. The EDM industry is now valued at an estimated 6.2 billion a year in revenue worldwide. (Billboard Magazine) P.A.W.N. events have showcased international talent such as the 1st World of Drum Bass US Tour, DJ SS (UK), Bryan Gee (UK), Doc Martin, Dubtribe Sound System (San Francisco), Josh Wink, Robbie Tronco, The Crystal Method (Las Vegas), Astral Matrix, DJ Keoki, DJ Scotto (Woodstock 94), MC Skibadee (UK), MC Foxy (UK), MC TC Izlam (Zulu Nation, HipStep Massive), Junior Vasquez, DJ DB, Karl K (Need For Speed 2 PS2), MC Dub 2 (MC Dub II), and many more. Circa 2000, P.A.W.N. Recordings was distributing 12" vinyl internationally by Simon Blade of Unique Records Distribution (UK) at record store outlets across the globe & they also distributed to Chris Fortier's - Balance Record Pool which led to Billboard Magazine's (Liam Kennedy) charting P.A.W.N. #13 in the Dance Charts. P.A.W.N. also distributed audio & retail clothes by Untranslatable Concepts, and 360 from the Louisville, Kentucky Area. Additionally, P.A.W.N. produced the percussion, drums, and bass on an Akai MPC2000 with Shaggy in Philadelphia that were used on songs for his album "Hotshot" which also featured Janet Jackson, that reached Diamond worldwide (10,000,000+) and Platinum 6 times (6,000,000+) in the United States. The album also won best-selling album at the 2002 Juno Awards and was Billboard 200 charts number one #1 Album 2/17/01 to 4/13/01. P.A.W.N. has performed on many tours and the largest festivals across the USA such as Ultra Music Festival (3 times), Detroit Electronic Music Festival (3 Times), Snoop Dogg with Linken Park, Jay Z, and Ghostface Killah (7 times) on the 2004 Project Revolution US Tour where we projected the first ever cell phone mass text messaging to send and receive SMS text messages which is widely used in advertising today. Additionally, Jay-Z's Made in America Festival, 100th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America, 100th Anniversary Borough of Stone Harbor NJ, 175th Anniversary of Pennington School NJ, Red Bull Product Launch at Rock n' Air, Reebok And1 shoe Product Launch, Six Flags Great Adventure 2012, 2013, & 2014; Goya Foods 2014 Super Bowl illumination, and many more. P.A.W.N. has appeared on the TV shows MTV Amp, MTV News, WWE World Wrestling Entertainment (Pay Per View), Who's Wedding is it Anyway? (Style Network), Hack (David Morse), Girls Gone Wild (Phila), Josh Wink "516 Acid" music video, Chanel 6 ABC & Channel 3 CBS News 2013 & 2014, and also regular appearances on The Science of Philadelphia, and The Science Lab of Grand Hank.
4.Drink That, Eat This Bar Crawls & Tours
1700 Market St0.30 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement Park Rides Equipment
5.ESC Escape Room
325 Cherry St1.00 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement DevicesAmusement Places & ArcadesAmusement Park Rides EquipmentSporting Goods
6.M & P Vending Inc
1938 S Chadwick St1.87 mi Philadelphia, PA Vending MachinesVending Machines MerchandiseAmusement DevicesAmusement Park Rides Equipment
4006 Spruce St2.25 mi Philadelphia, PA Amusement Places & ArcadesAmusement Park Rides EquipmentTourist Information & Attractions
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