to Close Roads for 2023 Roots FestivalPhiladelphia Water Department to Announce Road Closures and Other Details for 2023 Roots Festival
City Announces Road Closures and Other Details for 2023 Roots ... Philadelphia Water Department
The 2023 Roots Festival in Philadelphia is quickly approaching and the Philadelphia Water Department has announced road closures and other details for the event. The festival, which is held annually in the city, celebrates the rich culture of Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
The Philadelphia Water Department will be closing off several roads in the city to accommodate the festival. The closures will begin on the morning of Friday, June 2nd and will remain in effect until Sunday, June 4th. The roads that will be closed include: Market Street from Broad Street to South Street, South Street from Broad Street to Front Street, and Front Street from South Street to Market Street.
In addition to the road closures, the Philadelphia Water Department has also announced that there will be no parking allowed on any of the streets that are closed. This includes both public and private parking lots. All vehicles must be removed from the streets by 6:00 PM on Thursday, June 1st.
The Philadelphia Water Department has also released a list of other details for the 2023 Roots Festival. All attendees must wear a face covering at all times while in attendance. There will also be a designated area for food vendors and a designated area for alcohol sales. Additionally, there will be a variety of activities and entertainment throughout the weekend.
The 2023 Roots Festival is sure to be an exciting event for all who attend. The Philadelphia Water Department has taken the necessary steps to ensure that the event is safe and enjoyable for everyone involved. Be sure to check out the official website for more information about the festival and road closures.
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