Three free neighborhood concerts will fill out the Philadelphia Orchestra's summer schedule, greeting music lovers in New Jersey, Chestnut Hill and West Philadelphia.
Two venues, Camden's Wiggins Park and University City's Clark Park, are return bookings.
The new site is Chestnut Hill's Pastorius Park, which annually also hosts 10 Wednesday evening summer concerts.
All three 7 p.m. programs will be led by the orchestra's associate conductor, Rossen Milanov, and all are likely to be heavily attended.
The first - on June 2, just before the orchestra's final concert of their American tour in Washington, D.C. - will be held in Wiggins Park, Mickle Boulevard at the Delaware River in Camden.