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Happy Friday Bougienista’s. Summer is here , the weather is beautiful and you need something to do without breaking the bank. Here’s some inexpensive to free ideas for this weekend.

If you want to enjoy the weekend with music and art head over to the

Manayunk Art Festival … Its totally free and has a little bit of everything going on.

The Manayunk Arts Festival

Presented by Manayunk Development Corporation at Main Street – Manayunk

June 25-June 26, 2011

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The Manayunk Arts Festival is the largest outdoor arts and crafts show in the Delaware Valley, attracting more than 250,000 attendees. This juried art show features more than 250 artists from across the country. In addition to the artists’ work, there is live music and entertainment along Main Street. Manayunk’s spectacular restaurants offer sidewalk café service and the eclectic retail shops and galleries feature outdoor display booths. This family event also features special children’s activities, including a Kids’ Clothesline Art Exhibit.

If your looking for something different how about going to the movies for FREE!!

This summer, The Awesome Fest, a year-round indie and Hollywood film screening series, takes over the Piazza at Schmidts with a series of cinematic events that is undeniably awesome.

June 26: The festival brings a throwback back by transforming the Piazza into a drive-in movie theater. Back-to-back screenings of Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will be playing in preparation for the latest installment in the series, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. A few lucky spectators will snag front row seats in the parked cars, provided by Zip Car.

and TONIGHT you can head over to Citizens Bank Park for a FREE Sound of Philadelphia Concert!!!

The Phillies and Philadelphia International Records are teaming up to host the 8th annual The Sound of Philadelphia Celebration and Pre-Game Concert on Friday, June 24, at Citizens Bank Park.

This year’s celebration is extra special as it will honor the 40th anniversary of Philadelphia International Records and Black Music Month. Throughout the evening, various musical guests will pay tribute to the music of Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, the founders of the iconic record label.

Free Pre-Game Concert

Get to Citizens Bank Park early for the free 5 p.m. pre-game concert on Citizens Bank Way (no game ticket needed). The concert will feature performances by Billboard.com’s Top 10 New R&B Artist R&B group sensation No Question, Grammy nominated duo Helen Bruner and Terry Jones, along with a few of Philadelphia International’s current artists and other local talent.

That’s how I’ll be keeping it Bougie on a Budget. Have a great weekend everybody!