Burger Brawl: June 10th, 2018- Philadelphia, PA

Updated June 3rd: The 8th Annual Philly Burger Brawl will be held on June 10th, 2018 at XFINITY Live! in Philadelphia, PA. This is an event that sells out fast and you do not want to miss it! This year’s event will showcase free samples of burgers, tacos, and coctails from 60+ Philadelphia area restaurants and vendors.

Everything you need to know about the event can be found below:


8th Annual Philly Burger Brawl XFINITY Live! Sunday June 10th!

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The date is set for the 8th Annual PHILADELPHIA BURGER BRAWL.

The main event will be held on Sunday, June 10th at 3pm at XFINITY Live!

The Philadelphia Burger Brawl funds literacy programming through technology for Philadelphia Public Schools.

Come taste the creations from over 60 Philadelphia area restaurants!

We invite you to join us for this special day of fun and competition as we see who has what it takes to win this annual outdoor food challenge!

Use Discount Code: ROUND2 at checkout for for $10 off a VIP or GA ticket!!!

GA tickets include:
Enjoy unlimited samples from over 60 of the best burgers and tacos in Philadelphia and vote for your favorite. Sample burgers from restaurants like James, Twisted Tail, Parc, and Rouge and tacos from 1100 Social, Lolita, Loco Pez and more!!! All General Admission tickets include 1 free alcoholic drink.

VIP tickets include:
Enjoy early access at 2:00 pm, a first class open bar and taste unlimited samples of the 60 top restaurants. Mix and mingle with celebrity judges.

Plus, a special performance from Country Star Chase Rice!

VIP doors open 2pm. GA doors open 3pm.

Event is all ages and is RAIN OR SHINE.


Country Star Chase Rice Performing Live at Philly Burger Brawl 2018

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All tickets include complimentary Burgers and Tacos from 60+ restaurants and free cocktail!!

  • 60+ top chefs and restaurants battle it out for Burger Supremacy.
  • Also featuring the Taco Takedown Competition and
    Cutthroat Cocktail Competition.
  • Funds literacy programming through technology for Philadelphia’s under served children.
  • Children Under 10 free. No ticket required. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • 21 and over. Must have valid ID.
  • Rain or Shine.
  • All Sales Final. No refunds

 


 

 

In 2011, Maggie and Rob Wasserman created a culinary competition on the playground of The William M Meredith Elementary School. Their children attended the school, and it needed a new computer lab. They invited several of their restauranteur friends to duke-it-out with their best burger. The invitations were widely accepted, and the community had a great time. The best part- the event raised enough money to outfit the School with the latest technology.

Upon reflection of its success, the Wassermann’s committed to lead an annual event and help other schools within Philadelphia achieve their technology goals. Burger Brawl was born!

The Burger Brawl team partnered with The Fund for the Philadelphia School District (“The Fund”) to gain guidance on selecting technology and curriculum programs in areas that had the most need.  The Fund accepts proposals from schools within the District for funding on curriculum development and technology advancement programs.

In recent years several studies have found that Philadelphia has an elevated illiteracy rate when compared to other areas. The Philadelphia Center for Literacy estimated in 2014 that 40% of Philadelphia adults struggle with a low literacy rate which means it is difficult to fill out a job application, read Doctor’s instructions and help their children with homework, for example. The Center argues further that without literacy, it is impossible to break a pattern of inter-generational poverty which defines several of our inner-city neighborhoods.


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