Pierre Robert

Weekdays 10:30am - 3:00pm

Shows This Weekend
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Arnez J @ Helium Comedy Club

“The Great Allentown Fair” Allentown Fairgrounds Grandstand: (Fri) Sugarland, Frankie Ballard,
(Sat) 5 Seconds Of Summer, (Sun) Niall Horan

“Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival”
Salem County Fairgrounds

Sissy Spacek @ Creep Records
Rich Medina @ Silk City
Oldermost, Illiterate Light, Path @ Bourbon & Branch
Killer Dwarfs @ Bar XIII
The Stone Eye @ MilkBoy
Whitney Peyton @ Reverb
Shinyribs @ World Cafe Live
Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds @ Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Glenn Hughes @ The Queen
CKY, Slaves, Royal Thunder, Awaken I Am @ Underground Arts

Bakithi Khumalo @ Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Wax Idols, Planning For Burial, Shadow Age @ Philadelphia Mausoleum Of Contemporary Art
Bun B @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
Chuponcito @ The Queen
The Parameters, Vilebred @ Bourbon & Branch
Matthew Law @ Kung Fu Necktie
Ohmme @ Boot & Saddle
Amy Schumer Hard Rock AC

Saturday & Sunday
“Budweiser Made In America” Festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as it returns for its seventh year! Produced by Roc Nation and Jay-Z, featuring some of the biggest names in hip-hop, R&B, pop and EDM, including headliners Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone and Meek Mill along with more than 60 other acts. Two-day passes are $175 and are available online. Guests can also find a variety of food-and-drink options, charitable and activist organizations raising awareness about important issues and more at the festival. Like last year, this year’s festival benefits the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. The Layout As its done every year since its launch in 2012, the Made in America music festival takes over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway up to the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art. The festival entrance is located at 21st Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Doors to the festival open at noon and re-entry will not be permitted. Five stages sit within the festival footprint along the Parkway, which spans: 21st Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to Park Town Place Pennsylvania Avenue from 20th to 25th streets The south side of Eakins Oval from Martin Luther King Drive to 24th Street Park Towne Place from 24th to 20th streets Performances are scheduled to start around 1pm on both days and expected to run until midnight on Saturday and 11:30pm on Sunday. For the complete list of set times MadeInAmericaFest.com

Josh Hey @ Kung Fu Necktie
Brendan Bring ‘Em @ Silk City
Low Cut Connie @ Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Sun 09/02/2018
“Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival”
Salem County Fairgrounds
Vanessa Collier @ Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
Earth Wind & Fire @ Borgata Event Center

Comfy, Kangaroo, The Sharp Shadows @ Kung Fu Necktie

What’s going on at MMR?
MMR’s Back to School A to Z 2018 Started Thursday, August 30th at 3pm with Pierre and Jaxon and ends probably somewhere around Monday, September 10th at some time… Follow along via our Recently Played Songs page. Thousands of different songs, played in alphabetical order for your listening pleasure… it’s a 10 day CRASH COURSE in EVERYTHING THAT ROCKS!!Don’t forget about the MMR Rock Shop – new t-shirt options now available. Share your favorite A to Z moments on Social Media with #WMMRAtoZ Presented by Fred Beans Family of Dealerships.

What’s Going on in the Movies?
New This Week:
Operation Finale (PG-13) Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, Melanie Lairent, Nick Kroll

Searching (PG-13) John Cho, Debra Messing, Joseph Lee, Michelle La, Sara Sohn

Kin (PG-13) Jack Reynor, Myles Truitt, James Franco, Dennis Quaid, Carrie Cook, Zoe Kravitz

Still in Theaters:
The Happytime Murders (R) Melissa McCarthy, Joel McHale, Maya Rudolph
A.X.L (PG) Ted McGinley
The Meg (PG-13) Jason Statham, Rainn Wilson
Slender Man (PG-13)
Blackkklansman (R) (Spike Lee) John David Washington, Adam Driver, Topher Grace
Christopher Robin (PG) Ewan McGregor, Jim Cummings (Pooh/Tigger), Brad Garrett (Eeyore)
Mission Impossible Fallout (PG-13) Tom Cruise
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies (PG) Jimmy Kimmel, Will Arnet, Kristen Bell, Nicholas Cage, Stan Lee
Equalizer 2 (R) Denzel Washington
Mama Mia! Here We Go Again (PG-13) Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Cher
Hotel Transylvania 3 (PG) Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, David Spade
Ant-Man and the Wasp (PG-13) Paul Rudd, Walter Goggins, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Pena
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (PG-13) Chris Pratt, Bruce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum

Outdoor Movies: (Friday)
Peter Rabbit at Bartram’s Garden
Black Panther, Clark Park & Emanuel Recreation Center
What’s Happening Around Town:
All Summer
Franklin Square (200 N. 6th St.) opened for its 2018 season with the return of mini-golf, a carousel, and a beautiful outdoor space for simply hanging out. Info at: HistoricPhiladelphia.org

Through September 3 LAST WEEKEND
Game Masters at the Franklin Institute Showcasing the work of over 30 innovative game designers, Game Masters takes visitors on an interactive journey inside their favorite video games—from the trailblazing arcade era through today’s web and console games, more than 30 innovative game designers and more than 100 playable games. 3. Times vary. Prices vary. Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St. fi.edu/exhibit/game-masters

Blue Cross RiverRink final days for boardwalk food, craft beer, roller skating, mini-golf, arcade games, and that 60-foot-tall Ferriswheel!

Now through September 9
Design in Revolution: A 1960s Odyssey at the Philadelphia Art Museum. Highlights include a rock ‘n’ roll vintage poster collection. Explore 1960s Design Spanning from Pop Art to psychedelic experimentations, the diverse works in this exhibition highlight the sprawling, interconnected, nature of art and design during the 1960s. Check out the spotify Playlist by Pierre Robert (A Spotify account is required) Music, art and design were deeply intertwined during the 1960s. In this playlist compiled by Pierre Robert of 93.3 WMMR, rock out to songs by Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, the Beatles, and other iconic acts that helped define the era. philamuseum.org

Through October 27
Longwood Gardens Illuminated Fountain
Now–August 31 Thursdays–Saturdays at 9:15 pm
September 6–October 27 Thursdays–Saturdays at 8:15
Fountain performances may be cancelled due to severe weather. Our Illuminated Fountain Performances offer a spectacle unlike any other. Find a place to sit—or stand back in awe—as water in all shapes, sizes, and heights combines with music and infinite colors. Before or after the 30-minute show, stroll through the five-acre garden for a nighttime experience evoking old world charm. longwoodgardens.org
Through November 25
Treetop Quest 51 Chamounix Drive in West Fairmount Park an aerial adventure park features ropes courses and zip lines. Info at: treetopquest.com

August 31 – September 3, 2018
Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art over Labor Day weekend catch the final days of two exhibits: the thematic retrospective of early-20th-century American modern art Modern Times: American Art 1910-1950 and the interactive family programming Art Splash: Bright Lights, Little City that’s inspired by Modern Times. On Friday, the museum hosts Final Fridays: Work Your Angles, where guests can partake in art and writing workshops and enjoy music by DJ THEakasha and Philly-based rap and spoken-word artist Ivy Sole. On Sunday, visitors are invited to take advantage of the museum’s First Sunday pay-what-you-wish admission.

Friday and Saturday
Summer Sounds in the Historic District, wraps up with Smooth Jazz Summer Nights presents the two-time Grammy award-nominated duo The Baylor Project at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing (Friday); and genre-blending city folk band Black Horse Motel jams at Franklin Square for the final Summer Sounds on the Square performance (Saturday).

Labor Day Fireworks on the Delaware River Following a rollicking end-of-summer concert featuring the U.S. Army Band Downrange at Penn’s Landing, on Saturday evening to commemorate Labor Day at 9:30pm. Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, 101 S. Christopher Columbus Boulevard Cost: Free WWW.PHILLYSEAPORT.ORG

Saturday & Sunday
Labor Day Weekend Fireworks at Sesame Place Join Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster and more of the Sesame Street gang at the annual Labor Day Weekend Fireworks celebration at Sesame Place. Bring the whole family out on either Saturday or Sunday for a fun-filled day that ends with an 8pm performance of the Neighborhood Street Night Parade followed by a spectacular fireworks show.

Blue Corn Lifestyle: Green & Organic Fest Sunday, Noon-5pm Cultures from all over the world gather during the Green & Organic Festival at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing with performances, music, food and more. The festival part of the PECO Multicultural Series at Penn’s Landing is a cultural celebration and a promotion for sustainable living. Where: Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Saturday, Sunday & Monday
Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia’s Historic District Once Upon a Nation Storytelling Benches — Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia September 1-3, 2018 Some of the fun summer programming in Philadelphia’s Historic District wraps up for the season over Labor Day weekend, including the Once Upon a Nation free storytelling sessions, the free Military Muster events at Signer’s Garden (at 5th and Chestnut streets), Storytime in the Square at Franklin Square and more. Experience some of the city’s most popular history-based entertainment one more time before the 2018 season comes to a close.

Every Labor Day weekend, the Canstatter German society 9130 Academy Road in Torresdale hosts a three-day Oktoberfest party with crafts and lots of German food and beers in a festive environment.

Sports Up!
Phillies HOME vs Chicago Cubs
Friday & Saturday 7:05pm, Sunday 1:35pm

College Football Temple Owls vs Villanova Wildcats @ Lincoln Financial Field; Noon
Union AWAY at Orlando City SC; 7:30pm