The “Electrified” Exhibit Highlights Electric Factory Concerts
Over the last few months, if you have been keeping up with my posts, I have written a good amount about my buddy, Larry Magid. Larry is an absolute legend in the music world, especially in the city of Philadelphia.
The exhibit is called “Electrified” and it highlights 50 years of the Electric Factory. It is just a tremendous tribute to Larry, and the humongous impact his Philadelphia-based company, “Electric Factory Concerts,” had on Philly and American culture dating all the way back to the ‘60s to the present day!
The exhibit itself is located at the Paul Peck Alumni Center Gallery and Bossone Research Center on campus over at Drexel. It is a really neat three-floor layout of all the artifacts and history of Electric Factory Concerts.
Some of the photos from over the years are absolutely insane and take you right back to some great musical moments in the city of Philadelphia. Plus, there are countless instruments signed by some of the biggest legends in music history.
The exhibit honoring Larry Magid and Electric Factory Concerts will be open to the public from September 21st through December 31st. I highly suggest you check it out if you are a music lover.
In his opening speech, Larry Magid said something along the lines of, “I wish my mom was still around, so I could tell her I got into Drexel!” It was hilarious!
The exhibit is free to the public and open Wednesday through Saturday!
See you there!