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Philadlephia Premium Outlets Having After-Thanksgiving Weekend Sale featuring Midnight Madness

From Philadelphia Premium Outlets:
After-Thanksgiving Weekend Sale featuring Midnight Madness
Fri, Nov 26 – Sun, Nov 28

Don't miss the biggest sale of the year. Enjoy exceptional holiday savings and extended shopping hours, plus, experience Midnight Madness as most stores open their doors at midnight right after Thanksgiving. Many stores are opening earlier and there will be live entertainment all weekend long. Click here for sale info.

Extended Shopping Hours
Fri, Nov 26: Midnight-10pm
Sat, Nov 27: 8am-10pm
Sun, Nov 28: 8am-9pm

Select Stores opening Thu, Nov 25
9pm: Aéropostale, California Sunshine Swimwear, Fragrance Outlet, Headline News, Levi’s Outlet, Lucky Brand, Perfumania, Starbucks, Subway, Yankee Candle.

10pm: Adidas, Aerosoles, Ann Taylor, Anne Klein, Auntie Anne's Soft Pretzels, Bali, Bananas, Bath & Body Works, BCBG Max Azria, Book Warehouse, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Catherine's Plus Size Outlet, Crabtree & Evelyn, Direct Tool Factory Outlet, DKNY Jeans, Easy Spirit, Famous Footwear Outlet, Fossil, French Connection, Gold Toe, Green Leaf's, Guess, Izod, Johnston & Murphy, Jos. A. Bank, Juicy Couture, Kasper, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Lindt Chocolate, Liz Claiborne, Maidenform, Michael Kors, Movado, New York & Company, Nike, Nine West, OshKosh B'gosh, Reebok, Rue21, Sock It to Me, South Philly Steak and Fries, Things Remembered, Timberland, Time Factory Watch Outlet, Totes/Sunglass World, Toys "R" Us Outlet, Van Heusen, Verizon Wireless, Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen, White House/Black Market.

11pm: Chico’s, Coach, Crocs, DKNY, Eddie Bauer, Express, HanesBrands, Hartstrings, Perry Ellis, Robert Wayne Footwear, Tommy Hilfiger, Zales Outlet.

Thanksgiving Weekend Entertainment presented by Coca-Cola
Strolling Victorian Holiday Carolers
Fri, Nov 27: Midnight - 3:00am Strolling Victorian Holiday Carolers
Enjoy strolling carolers dressed in Victorian costumes performing holiday favorites throughout the courtyards.

Enjoy live entertainment on select days near the Food Court in Bakers Plaza Court from 12pm-4pm:
Fri, Nov 27: Midnight Java
Sat, Nov 28: Three Sheets
Sun, Nov 29: Girls Next Door
All performances are weather permitting.

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