Philly Emcee Chill Moody Hits The TLA With #30IsTheNew30 – Saturday, March 7

West Philadelphia emcee Chill Moody is turning 30 and he’s inviting the whole city to come and celebrate on March 7 at Sou Street hotspot, The TLA. Like every Chill Moody venture, this blowout bash will be a full on experience — complete with performances, food, and plenty of live Philly music, of course.

Chill’s birthday concert is going to be full can’t-miss performances by rising stars including Beano, Ol’ Souls, Jacqueline Constance, DJ Ricochet, Kid Felix and more. Though every TLA concert is an unforgettable experience, you can take your experience to the next level with a VIP pass. VIP ticket holders will be able to enjoy private balcony seating, catering by Drunken Sushi, a private bar, an early-entry meet-and-greet with Chill, and a gift bag!

The evening will of course be topped off with a headlining performance by the birthday boy — Mr. Chill Moody. If you’ve ever been to one of Chill’s live shows, then you already know to expect a few surprises and an infectious, musically-charged, high-energy performance by Chill. The show has major partners including Philly’s one-stop-shop for authentic and fashionable sporting apparel, Mitchell & Ness and Wired 96.5 Philly.

One of the most influential artists in the city, Chill Moody has been making major waves as usual. From his Phirst Tuesdays open mic series to interviews with All Def Digital and performing, he is showing independent artists how to move like they have a major label deal.

It’s only appropriate that Moody would celebrate where he is most comfortable – the stage. So make sure to grab your tickets early as they are sure to go fast. For the release of his RFM LP, Chill sold out the 800 seat venue, quickly. So, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Chill Moody’s 30th Birthday Bash" #30IsTheNew30
When: Saturday, March 7, 9 p.m.
Where: The TLA, 334 South Street
Cost: $25 GA, $40 VIP
More Info: Click here.

Watch our exlcusive recap of Chill Moody’s Who Do You Love… More? release party, below.

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