On Friday, Sept. 15th, SPiN Philadelphia officially opened its doors at 211 S. 15th Street. The original ping pong social club, which got its start in New York City in 2009 and has since expanded to Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin and now Philadelphia.
Hosting Friday night’s party was Robert Covington of the 76ers, renowned artist King Saladeen and legendary rapper Schoolly D.
The party kept going until 2 a.m. the next morning and even included a ping pong show from The Dirty Dozen.
Check out our photo gallery above from HughE Dillon for the full "picture."
Didn't get a chance to check out SPiN yet? This Sunday, give your brunch some bounce with their event, Not Your Basic Brunch, which includes "pong," music from Ernesto and DJ Ghost, snacks and bubbly.
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211 S. 15th St.