Every Wednesday night throughout the summer, the Penn Museum becomes one of the city’s most-loved live music venues. The P.M at Penn Museum concert series brings a huge variety of musical acts to the Stoner Courtyard, and even better, admission to the concert also lets you in to the museum. The concerts draw a very diverse crowd to the Museum, from young hipsters sampling world music to families with kids. It’s a great, friendly experience that really shows how strong the bonds of community are in the City of Brotherly Love. If you get peckish, you can get a drink or some food from the Pepper Mill Café. Concerts move inside in the event of rain, but usually attendees get pretty lucky. This year’s slate of bands includes zydeco, Turkish folk, klezmer, world fusion, and even some troupes that defy definition. No matter when you go, you’re sure to have a good time.