Stroll the Avenue of Arts; relive the memories that make Philadelphia one of America's most vibrant music cities.
Harvey Holiday
Gary Graffman
Jeanette MacDonald
Anna Moffo
Riccardo Muti
Nelson Eddy
The Trammps
Kevin Eubanks
View over 100 bronze plaques as you journey through five decades of music history. The Walk of Fame is your passport to Philadelphia's music contributions to the world.

The Philadelphia Music Alliance is honoring Jill Scott, Sister Sledge, McFadden & Whitehead, Labelle, Soul Survivors, Joe Nicolo & Chris Schwartz (Ruffhouse Records) and Sister Rosetta Tharpe into this year's Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame as members of its Class of 2017. In addition, the PMA will is also honoring Bob Pantano with the 2017 Broadcaster Award and Anne Ewers with the Platinum Award. The honorees will be formally inducted together on October 4th, 2017 during afternoon ceremonies along the Avenue of the Arts (free and open to the public) and then celebrated later that evening with a special grand gala event at The Fillmore. (Eventbrite ticket required for evening event.)

Watch the 2015 Gala Recap

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The Walk
Established in 1986, the Walk of Fame is the creation of the Philadelphia Music Alliance, a community-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Philadelphia's rich musical legacy, supporting the current music scene and mentoring the next generation of music makers.
The Music
Blues, Gospel and Soul, to Pop, Rock, the Classics and Jazz, they're all here on the dazzling Avenue of the Arts.
Take a picture next to a plaque immortalizing one of Philly's music greats. Live their stories, thrill to their music and then witness the real thing at any of the numerous live venues where Philadelphia's soundtrack plays every night of the week.
The Experience
Experience the Walk of Fame on the Avenue of the Arts in the heart of the city's world-class cultural, entertainment and dining district.
You'll find the head marker for the Philadelphia Walk of Fame at the southwest corner of Broad and Walnut Streets. Head south to the last plaque (presently two blocks) and then up the other side back to Walnut Street.