Jeff Beck & Paul Rodgers with ANN WILSON of HEART! @ BB & T; August 4

Dave Matthews Band @ BB & T; June 15 & 16

Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s TOMMY with members of The Who Band and The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia @ the Mann; June 19th

Steel Panther @ TLA; May 1

Ani DeFranco @ The Queen; May 8
Jeremy Loops @ Foundry; April 29
Chromeo @ Fillmore; June 19
Lawerence Arms @ TLA; April 8
Kate Nash @ TLA; April 26
Frank Turner @ The Fillmore; June 5
Obituary @ TLA; May 5

Friday at Noon
PRIMUS & MASTODON @ Festival Pier; May 30

Saturday at 10am
Def Leppard, Journey @ Wells Fargo Center; June 11

Shows This Weekend
40 oz. To Freedom – Trib. to Sublime @ Bar XIII
Anna Meredith @ The Foundry
Classic Albums Live @ Copeland Hall
Emancipator @ TLA
Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad @ Ardmore Music Hall
Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin Stones, The High Divers @ MilkBoy
Masters Of The Telecaster, G.E. Smith, Jim Weider, Jon Herington @ Sellersville Theater 1894
Starset, Grabbitz @ Reverb
The Stranger – Trib. To Billy Joel @ Musikfest Cafe At ArtsQuest Center
TJ Kong & The Atomic Bomb, The Builders & The Butchers, Squawk Brothers @ Johnny Brenda’s
Orleans/Ambrosia @ Harrah’s AC

Friday & Saturday
Ari Shaffir @ Helium Comedy Club
Michelle Wolf @ Punchline Philly

G. Love & Special Sauce @ The Fillmore
Black Label Society, Corrosion Of Conformity, Red Fang @ Electric Factory
Enter Shikari @ Union Transfer
Flint Eastwood, Nydge @ Coda
Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin Stones, The High Divers @ Havana New Hope
The Go Around, Katie Buxton, Heartside @ World Cafe Live
The Harlem Globetrotters @ PPL Center
Tommy Emmanuel, Rodney Crowe @ Keswick Theatre

Bell’s Roar @ The Art Dept.
Mod Sun, Call Me Karizma, Daghe, Angel White, Forget Brennan, Austin Cain @ Voltage Lounge
The Radio Dept. @ Union Transfer

What’s Going on at MMR?
Join the MMaRmy and Victory from 6:30 – 9pm at Creekside Sports Bar and Grill, 765 N Lewis Rd, Royersford. Register to win a pair of VIP Passes for Preston & Steve’s Cardboard Classic on March 2nd at JFBB and a pair of Jack Frost Mountain Lift Tickets.

Saturday & Sunday
50th Birthday Special Weekend: 1986
Throughout 2018, we will help to celebrate our milestone 50th Birthday with a series of special weekends. Each will focus on a specific year of our history rockin Philly and the music from that year.
Next up – we will celebrate 1986 – MMR turned 18 (finally LEGAL!!) – and it’s the year of the Chernobyl disaster, the return Halley’s Comet, and Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda; We saw the first Rock n Roll Hall of Fame ceremony and paid $3.50 to see Top Gun and Platoon at the movies.
Musically, we saw the release of some great albums, including Van Halen 5150, Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill, Metallica Master of Puppets, Genesis Invisible Touch, Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet… and lots, lots more from 1986!!
Here are some upcoming weekends on tap (subject to change):
February 10-11: 2011
February 17-18: 1997
February 24-25: 1972
March 3-4: 1989

Hang out with Jacky BamBam and the MM-aRmy at the Easyriders Bike Show at the Atlantic City Convention Center (1 Convention Blvd.). It’s back and bigger than ever – don’t miss hundreds of custom built motorcycles competing for cash, prizes and a chance to be featured in Easyriders Magazine as they converge at the Atlantic City Convention Center for a day of awesome bikes, vendors, and entertainment for the whole family! Rock out to live music and dance performances by the Purrfect Angelz. The show will feature Sons of Speed Board Track Racers by Billy Lane of Choppers Inc., the latest builds and parts from Arlen Ness and Paul Yaffe and live drifting demos by the ever popular NTC Drift Trikes. For full event info visit easyridersevents.com.

What’s Going on in the Movies?
New This Week:
Winchester (PG-13) Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke

Still in Theaters:
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (PG-13) Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Eiancarlo Esposito
12 Strong (R) Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon, Michael Peña, Rob Riggle
Den of Theives (R) Gerard Butler, Curtis Jackson, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson, Jr.
The Post (PG-13) Steven Spielberg (Directed), Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Alison Brie, Bob Odenkirk

In celebration of Groundhog Day:
South Street Cinema (327 South Street), will show the Bill Murray classic Groundhog Day from Noon until midnight. $5.

The Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut St. will have Quizzo then a screening of Groundhogs Day at 7:30pm. $13 adult, $12 senior. Filmadelphia.org

What’s Happening Around Town:
Now Through February 25
Dilworth Park Wintergarden (1 S. 15th St.) featuring Deck the Hall Light Show at City Hall, The Rothman Institute Ice Rink, Open seven days a week wintry fun for all ages.

Now Through March 4
The Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest is a can’t-miss winter attraction on the Delaware River Waterfront, featuring food and drink, arcade games, ice skating and more.Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest transforms Penn’s Landing into a cold-weather version of the rollerskating during Summerfest. More info atdelawareriverwaterfront.com

Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor at The Franklin Institute. Info at FI.edu

Through March 18
Winter Fountains on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway The free, outdoor Winter Fountains exhibition illuminating the Benjamin Franklin Parkway this winter with glowing videos inspired by the Parkway’s grand fountains projected on to four large domes.

All Weekend
The Philadelphia Auto Show at The Pennsylvania Convention Center (1101 Arch Street) features hundreds of exotic, classic, luxury and concept cars on display, with every major vehicle manufacturer represented on a 700,000-square-foot display floor. SHOW HOURS: Friday: 12noon – 10pm Saturday: 9am – 10pm Sunday, 9am – 6pm TICKET PRICES: General Admission (age 13+): $14.00 BUY NOW! Children (age 7-12): $7.00 BUY NOW! Children 6 & under: FREE with ticketed adult DISCOUNT TICKETS: Active Military (with ID): $11.00 (must purchase at box office) Seniors (age 62+): $7.00 (weekdays only – purchase at box office or SEPTA locations) Group Discount (25+ tickets): $11.00 each BUY NOW! See a complete list of available discounts here. PhillyAutoShow.com

Rittenhouse Square Farmers Market
With more than 25 local farmers and food artisans, you are sure to find all the fresh ingredients you need. Shop among seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, succulents and honey, plus sweet and hard cider from several local farms. Buy sustainably raised meats, poultry and eggs. From farmstead cheeses to baked goods, fill your pantry and fridge with cleaner foods. | 10am-2pm. Rittenhouse Square, 18th and Walnut streets. farmtocity.org

Saturday through May 6
Opening: Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World at Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
Crocs at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Live crocodilians descended from 200-million-year-old ancestors star in an Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University exhibition featuring a live Siamese crocodile, an Albino American alligator, 3D animation and more. The three-month exhibition will also teach visitors how to speak “croc” and explore how crocs communicate via sight, sound, smell and touch. The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philly’s own version of the Puppy Bowl from 2-6pm at Devil’s Den Philadelphia, 1148 S. 11th St. devilsdenphilly.com

Sports Up!
SB52 Eagles vs Patriots: 6:30pm