Tickets On-Sale
Friday at 10am
MMR Presents Pop Evil @ TLA; March 22
Ian Anderson presents Jethro Tull’s 50th Anniversary Tour @ The Mann; September 8
Barenaked Ladies w/ Better than Ezra @ The Mann; June 26
Paul Rodgers @ Parx Casino; January 20
Jeff Lynne’s ELO @ Wells Fargo Center; August 24
Soulfly @ Underground Arts; April 22

Monday
U2 @ The Wells Fargo Center; June 13
Dorothy @ TLA; January 13

Shows This Weekend:
All Weekend
“Wizard Of Oz” @ The Playhouse
Big Jay Oakerson @ Helium Comedy Club (Sunday Cancelled)

Friday
Low Budget @ Silk City
“The Illusionists” @ Santander Performing Arts Cntr
6LACK, Sabrina Claudio @ TLA
Dude York @ World Cafe Live
Plastic Crimewave Syndicate @ Kung Fu Necktie
Big Sam’s Funky Nation @ The Ardmore Music Hall
Brian Setzer Orchestra @ Academy Of Music
Delaware Symphony Orchestra @ Copeland Hall
Dom Flemons @ The Miller Center For The Arts
Eaglemania – Eagles Trib. Band @ New Hope Winery
Ekali, Y2K, Josh Pan @ The Foundry
Jhene Aiko, Willow Smith @ Trocadero Theatre
Peter Furler, Ryan Stevenson @ The Levoy Theatre
Rhonda Vincent @ Sellersville Theater
Richard Shindell @ Kennett Flash
Schism – Trib. to Tool, Sin – Tribute To Nine Inch Nails, Inside Voices @ Bar XIII
Squeeze @ Keswick Theatre
Tchami, Malaa @ Electric Factory
The Ballroom Thieves @ Johnny Brenda’s
The Black Heart Procession @ Boot & Saddle
The Lone Bellow, The Wild Reeds @ Union Transfer
The Nighthawks @ Godfrey Daniels
The Revivalists, Mt. Joy @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
The Wrecks, Mainland, The Technicolors @ Voltage Lounge
Tom Papa @ The Baby Grand
Friday & Saturday
Mike Birbiglia @ Merriam Theater
Kurt Metzger @ Punch Line Philly

Saturday
Tommy Conwell @ Ardmore Music Hall
Tom Papa @ Keswick Theatre
“Invincible: A Glorious Tribute To Michael Jackson” @ Copeland Hall
Church Girls, The Vernes @ Johnny Brenda’s
Everything Turned To Color, Dee Dee Sharp, Mr. Jon And Friends, Jackson Howard @ World Cafe Live
Eyelids, Jay Gonzalez @ Kung Fu Necktie
Hot Snakes @ Underground Arts
Joe Bonamassa @ Kimmel Center
John Carpenter @ Trocadero Theatre
Jonathan McReynolds @ The Liacouras Center
Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt @ McCarter Theatre
Mark Mulcahy @ Boot & Saddle
Princess Nokia @ Coda
Snake Eyes @ The Record Collector Store
Spirit Family Reunion @ Concerts In The Studio
The Core, Brown Sugar @ MilkBoy
The Frights, Hockey Dad @ First Unitarian Church
Todd Sheaffer, Jason Webb @ Kennett Flash
Traitors, Sabella @ Voltage Lounge
Trans-Siberian Orchestra @ PPL Center
Trollphace @ Starlight Ballroom
Turnover, Elvis Depressedly @ TLA
Whitechapel, Carnifex, Entheos, Rings Of Saturn, So This Is Suffering @ Reverb

Sunday
“Brain Candy Live!” @ Kimmel Center
Adrian Legg @ Kennett Flash
Bedouine, Domino Kirke @ Johnny Brenda’s
Boy Named Banjo @ Sellersville Theater 1894
Catullus, The Jauntee @ MilkBoy
Chrome Sparks, XXYYXX @ Underground Arts
Dream Theater @ Merriam Theater
Hot Water Music, Strike Anywhere @ Union Transfer
Marc Broussard, Grant Stinnett, Kate Taylor, Brian Dunne @ World Cafe Live
October Rose @ Beneduce Vineyards
Beneduce Vineyards
Silversun Pickups, Minus The Bear @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
The Hotelier, Oso Oso, Alex Napping @ First Unitarian Church
What’s Happening at MMR:
Friday
Preston & Steve’s Totally Office Calendar 2018 Release Party 7 – 10pm at Chickie’s & Pete’s South Philly (1526 Packer Avenue) Be the FIRST to get your FREE calendar – one per person please (if you want more, bring friends)! Hang with the Preston & Steve Show and meet all of our beautiful calendar girls! Get complete calendar details, purchase info, and calendar raid info at wmmr.com

Saturday
Join Jacky Bam Bam at the Millville XFINITY Store at 2148 North 2nd St. Giving away a Pierre Robert bobblehead every FIVE minutes from noon-2pm

Join Marisa Magnatta and 2018 Calendar Girls Alyssa and Samantha for a Preston and Steve’s Totally Office Calendar Raid from 8-10pm at The Vault inside Valley Forge Casino Resort (1160 1st Ave.) with no cover full casino access, drink specials, dueling pianos.

Sunday
Join the MM-aRmy from 8-10pm at Ott’s Restaurant (656 Stokes Rd., Medford, NJ) for Commercial Break Quizzo to win Eagles tickets on the Miller Lite Phlite Deck or a retro Eagles jersey from Mitchell & Ness! Plus, enjoy $3.50 Miller Lite 23oz. and $2.75 Miller Lite bottles.

What’s Going on in the Movies?
New This Week:
Justice League (PG-13) Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Jesse Eisenberg (Lex Luthor)

The Star (PG) Steven Yeun, Gina Rodriguez, Kelly Clarkson, Zachary Levi, Keegan-Michael Key, Kristin Chenoweth, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Anderson, Ving Rhames, Gabriel Iglesias, Patricia Heaton, Tracy Morgan, Tyler Perry, Kris Kristofferson

Wonder (PG) Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay

Still in Theaters:
Daddy’s Home 3 (PG-13) Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, John Lithgow, Mel Gibson, John Cena
Murder on the Orient Express (PG) Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Leslie Odom, Jr, Michelle Pfeiffer
Thor: Ragnarok (PG-13) Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett , Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Karl Urban, Anthony Hopkins, Benedict Cumberbatch
A Bad Moms Christmas (R) Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn
Thank You For Your Service (R) Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Joe Cole, Amy Schumer

All Weekend in the Movies
The Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival with around 30 films from a dozen different countries around the world. Screenings will be held at various locations including the Gershman Y, 401 S. Broad Street Info and tickets at WWW.PJFF.ORG

Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival continues through this weekend with an exciting slate of films screening at venues across the city. The festival is all about movies by Asian filmmakers from around the world, starring Asian actors in leading roles, and about subjects pertaining to Asian culture and more. Info and tickets at: PhillyAsianFilmFest.org

What’s Happening Around Town:
Through December 31
Franklin Square Holiday Festival Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show with 50,000 lights, and an maazing 12-foot tall kite centerpiece in homage to Benjamin Franklin, Free. Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th St. historicphiladelphia.org

The North Pole Express at the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad (32 W Bridge St) NewHopeRailRoad.com

Now through January 6
Christmas in Peddler’s Village With eight restaurants more than 70 specialty shops with extended shopping hours throughout the holiday season, , 2018Where:Peddler’s Village, 2400 Street Road, New HopeCost:Pay as you gowww.peddlersvillage.com

Now through January 7
Annie at The Walnut Street theater. WalnutStreetTheatre.org

Now Through February
The Rothman Institute Ice Rink at Dilworth Park is an unparalleled entertainment experience on Philadelphia’s center stage in a wonderfully urban and unique setting. Open seven days a week, the rink offers wintry fun for all ages, with a full slate of programs.

Now Through March 4
Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor at The Franklin Institute. Info at FI.edu

All Weekend
The 2017 Philadelphia Marathon
One of the longest-running races in the nation, the Philadelphia Marathon covers fast and mostly flat terrain, crossing the heart of Philadelphia and some of the city’s most iconic landmarks — including Independence Hall, the Betsy Ross House and the Liberty Bell Center. The marathon weekend also includes a health and fitness expo, a half-marathon, an 8k and fun runs. The half marathon starts at 7:30 a.m. Saturday; the 8K starts at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday; and the Munchkin Run happens after 11 a.m. Saturday. the marathon starts at 7 a.m. Sunday; all at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Info at PhiladelphiaMarathon.org

UniverSoul Circus 21st season in Philly’s last weekend in Fairmount Park. It is one of the most interactive circuses in the world. A big top spectacle with: clowns, acrobats, dancers, contortionists, and animals. Info at UniverSoulCircus.com/Philly

Mural Arts Monument Lab stretches across a dozen locations citywide. Center City and Old City installation sites include: Penn Treaty Park, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (the exhibition hub), City Hall, Franklin Square, Logan Square, and Washington Square. A curated selection of 20 artists from across the world, including 11 from Philadelphia, crafted the artwork that makes up Monument Lab. Organized by Mural Arts Philadelphia, Monument Lab includes interactive laboratories to encourage conversation and a hub at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, which displays public monument proposals generated during the run. Info at: MonumentLab.MuralArts.org

Final Week of the Chrysanthemum Festival at Longwood Gardens (1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square) with a Thousand Bloom Mum, made up of over 1,500 flowers on one plant. These are exhibition-style mums not to be confused with regular garden mums or hardy outdoor mums. Tickets are free with garden admission. longwoodgardens.org

Saturday
Horror and cult movie director John Carpenter (Halloween, Big Trouble In Little China, Assault on Precinct 13, Christine & more) released two Lost Themes albums of original compositions in recent years, and the new Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998 and he will will play them with a live band and add in slasher-movie clips to enhance the experience. 8pm at the Trocadero, 1003 Arch St. $35-$200. 215-922-6888, thetroc.com

Saturday & Sunday
The 27th Annual Great Brews Beer Festival at Split Rock Resort, in the Poconos from Noon to 4pm both days. This two day, indoor event is the best beer event of the season with beer samplings, two stages of live musical entertainment, games, giveaways, food & craft vendors, and more! Samples of OVER 100 craft beers including stouts, IPAs, ales, hard ciders, and more will be available. We will have speakers from two local breweries: Pocono Brewery Company & Shawnee Brewing Company. Info at: SplitRockResort.com

The Holiday Art Star Craft Bazaar at SugarHouse Casino, (1001 N. Delaware Avenue). Seventy-five of the best art and craft vendors from across the Philadelphia region assemble for the Art Star Craft Bazaar, where shoppers can buy everything from jewelry and apparel to blown glass and pottery. The festive event also features a Make + Take craft-creating station, as well as food trucks and a full cash bar. Cost: $3 info at ArtStarCraftBazaar.com

The National Dog Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center (100 Station Avenue, Oaks)
Kennel Club of Philadelphia’s National Dog Show. The Philadelphia Kennel Club will host two days of benched, all-breed dog shows. See all types of beautiful canines walk and wag their way to Best in Show, there will be agility demonstrations, family-friendly activities and more. Cost is $16, adults (13+); $7, children (4-12); free, children 3 and under. Info at NationalDogShow.com

Sports Up!
Saturday
Flyers Home vs Calgary Flames; 1pm
76ers Home vs Golden State Warriors; 7:30pm

Sunday
Eagles AWAY vs Dallas Cowboys; 8:30pm

The 2017 Flyers Wives Carnival at the Wells Fargo Center from 11:30am-4pm. A day of family fun including interactive games against players, a Ferris wheel, a dunk tank, a carousel at center ice, and so much more, all for a good cause. Cost: $25, adults; $15, children 12 and under. Info and tickets at: PhiladelphiaFlyers.com