Shows On Sale
On Sale Now
David Gray at The MET Philadelphia – 5/31
MASSIVE ATTACK at The MET Philadelphia – 3/19
My Favorite Murder at The MET Philadelphia – 1/31
Shows This Weekend
Friday Saturday & Sunday
In Dreams: Roy Orbison, The Hologram Tour Featuring The Philly POPS @ Parx Xcite Center!
Storm Large @ Kimmel Center
Friday and Saturday
Dwayne Kennedy @ Punchline
Dov Davidoff @ Helium (on P&S yesterday)
Thick Red Wine @ Bourbon & Branch
Darwin Deez @ World Cafe Live
Seven Lions @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
Ghostland Observatory @ Underground Arts
The Everly Brothers Experience Feat. The Zmed Brothers @ PNC Plaza At Steelstacks
Lucia Micarelli @ Keswick Theatre
Kamasi Washington @ Electric Factory
Danity Kane + Dumblonde @ The Queen
Dave Mason @ Scottish Rite Auditorium
Humble Pie @ Sellersville Theater 1894
The Moms + Latewaves, Lost In Society @ The Barbary
Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds @ TLA
The National Reserve @ MilkBoy
Houndmouth@ Union Transfer
Bush Tetras @ Kung Fu Necktie
Magic City Hippies + Bay Ledges @ The Foundry
Studs Of Steel @ Pig Pen Fun Bar
Band Of Brothers @ Pig Pen Fun Bar
Who’s Bad – The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute @ Hunterdon Hills Playhouse
Davey Muise & The Sons Of Zero + Off Road Minivan @ Flemington DIY
Rusty Blue @ Bourbon & Branch
Joe Olnick + Electives @ Dawson Street Pub
Wanted DOA- Trib. To Bon Jovi @ New Hope Winery
Rezz @ Electric Factory
Horrendous + Tomb Mold, Daeva @ Kung Fu Necktie
Ha Ha Tonka @ Kennett Flash
Lake Street Dive @ Tower Theater
The Tallest Man On Earth @ Union Transfer
The Main Squeeze @ The Foundry
Low @ Underground Arts
The New Romance @ World Cafe Live
Trout Fishing In America @ Sellersville Theater 1894
Richard Thompson Electric Trio @ Keswick Theatre
Hanson @ Tower Theater
Pale Waves @ Union Transfer
Single Mothers @ MilkBoy
Palaye Royale @ Underground Arts
Who’s Bad – The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute @
Hunterdon Hills Playhouse
Amigo The Devil + Harley Poe @ Kung Fu Necktie
Richard Buckner @ Johnny Brenda’s
Obey The Brave, Ghost Key @ ReverbTropicana
Toto @ Tropicana Atlantic City
Air Supply @ Resorts Atlantic City / Superstar Theater
Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes @ Hard Rock Cafe
Paul Anka @ Golden Nugget Atlantic City
What’s going on at MMR?
Marisawill be out at Storm Large w. The Philly Pops at the Kimmel Center from 7pm-9pm
Preston Elliot will be our Emcee once again for this years Big Red March Band 5k Please join Souderton Area High Schools Big Red Marching Band for their 2nd Annual “Big Red Band on the Run” 5K Run/Walk/Fun Run
Indian Valley Middle School Harleysville, PA Fun Run starts at 8:45 am and Race starts at 9:00 am. Packet pick up and registration opens at 7:30 am. The Big Red Marching Band will be performing show tunes to cheer you on as you run the 5K course.
Brent will be at Sprint, 2019 E Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne noon-2pm
Jacky will be at PJ Whelihan’s, Sewell, NJ to promote Harrah’s & Bally’s Sports Book from 7pm-9pm
What’s Going on in the Movies?
New This Week:
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch 2018 (PG) Benedict Cumberbatch
The Girl in the Spiders Web (R) Claire Foy,
LaKeith Stanfield, Sylvia Hoeks
Overlord (R) Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell
Still in Theaters:
Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13) Rami Malek
Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Gwilym Lee
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (PG) Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Eugenio Derbez,
Hunter Killer (R) Gerard Butler, Gary Oldman, Common, Linda Cardellini
Halloween (R) Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Castle Jr., Judy Greer, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner
Bad Times at the El Royale (R) Chris Hemsworth, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Jeff Bridges
First Man (PG-13) Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy
Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween(PG) Jack Black Venom (PG-13) Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Woody Harrelson, Scott Haze
A Star Is Born (R) Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Andrew Dice Clay, Dave Chappelle, Sam Elliott
Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival Through Sunday, November 18 at Various locations including Landmark’s Ritz East, 125 S. 2nd Street Cost: $7 and up WWW.PJFF.ORG
The week-plus Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival. Asian themed films and films created by Asian filmmakers. Various locations including Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine Street Cost: $8 and up WWW.PhillyAsianFilmFest.ORG
Happening Around Town:
October 25 – November 18
Opening: Chrysanthemum Festival at Longwood Gardens. Experience the largest display of exhibition chrysanthemums in the United States, more than 17,000 chrysanthemums in giant orbs, spirals, pagodas, columns, and even more unique forms—including a traditional fan shape making its debut this year. The Thousand Bloom Mum—a single plant bearing 1,437 perfect blooms on one stem—takes our display to a whole new level. The result is simply astounding. longwoodgardens.org/
Through January 21
The Art of Rube Goldberg at the National Museum of American Jewish History. The first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Rube Goldberg’s work since the Smithsonian’s 1970 celebration of the artist. nmajh.org/rube/
Through March 3
Viking Fest at the Franklin Institute. 600 Artifacts, Full-size 21-foot replica Viking Ship, Activities about everyday life, Authentic Viking games, and Norse mythology www.fi.edu/exhibit/vikings-beyond-legend
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
Through November 10
Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary 2027 Fairmount Avenue Cost:$19
East Fairmount Park: Discovery Center
A formerly abandoned reservoir in East Fairmount Park has become The Discovery Center 3401 Reservoir Drive, a brand new (and free!) outdoor space opening on Friday that features a walking trail, a climbing wall, an aerial teams challenge course, exhibitions and observation decks. DiscoveryPhila.org
Through November 18
Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Broadway Philadelphia presents a musical adaptation of the beloved Roald Dahl novel. Side note: Did you know there’s a rather large online community dedicated to hating on Grandpa Joe? It’s true, the dude claimed to be old and sickly until Charlie found the Golden Ticket. Suddenly he’s dancing and jumping around like a grasshopper.
$25-$139, Academy of Music
Through November 17
A Dream Deferred
This “multi-experiential exhibit” explores the way “race and policy shape the landscape of Philadelphia and the lives of its residents,” and incorporates several different elements, including an art installation, a reflection booth, “touch technology” and more.
Continues Wednesdays-Sundays 600 Spring Garden St.
Through November 27
Philly’s First Person Arts Festival
The annual celebration of storytelling continues. On Friday, Otis Gray hosts Hungry Live his food podcast at the Free Library Central Branch. On Saturday, there’s Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo” — dramatic readings of Zora Neale Hurston’s famous 1927 interview with Cudjo Lewis, the last living survivor of the Middle Passage — at Community College of Philadelphia’s Bonnell Building. Features actor Keith David (The Thing, Rick & Morty, Pitch Black, a million other movies).
Through Nov. 27 my.firstpersonarts.org
Somers Point Restaurant Week
Score a three-course dinner for under $30, or a three-course lunch for under $13, at participating restaurants all across Somers Point, N.J., during its fall restaurant week. somersptrestaurantwk.com
Through Dec. 16
The Color Purple
Amina Robinson directs this classic of American theater based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about African-American sisters living in Georgia in the 1930s.
$2-$50, , Theatre Horizon
Through March 17
Hamilton Was Here
The Constitution Center presents an “interactive playscape” dedicated to the popular founding father, as part of their “Year of Hamilton” celebration.
$19, National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St.
Through November 18
The titular flowers will be expertly arranged in what Longwood Gardens calls “the largest display of exhibition chrysanthemums in the United States.” Among the many attractions is the Thousand Bloom Mum, “a single plant bearing 1,437 perfect blooms on one stem.”
$20, Longwood Gardens
Through March 3
Fabulous Fashion: From Dior’s New Look to Now
Ball gowns, bridal wear and other items from the museum’s fashion collection will be on display in this long-running exhibition.
Free with museum admission of $20,Philadelphia Museum of Art
Through February 24
Rothman Ice Rink opens today at noon.
Rothman Orthopaedics Ice Rink Opening
Starting Friday, you can once again skate beneath the eyes of Billy Penn as Dilworth Park’s Rothman Ice Rink reopens for its winter season. The skating spot creates a mini winter oasis right in the heart of Philadelphia. centercityphila.org
The Museum of the American Revolution Veterans Day Weekend with Free Admission for Veterans, Active and Retired Military, and Blue Star Families courtesy of Comcast/NBCUniversal. Join us to celebrate the Marine Corps birthday on November 10th and commemorate Veterans Day on November 11th with special programs, walking tours, and activities related to early American soldiers and their military families. Start the celebration on Friday, then throughout the weekend, explore the stories behind the rare photographs of those who lived through the Revolutionary War, try on a replica 18th-century soldier’s pack at a Discovery Cart, and write a note thanking soldiers of today for their service. amrevmuseum.org/events/veterans-day-weekend-2018
Mermaids at Adventure Aquarium
“Witness a real-life mermaid swimming among the largest collection of sharks on the east coast.” Let me get this straight. You found a for-real mermaid and you put her in the shark tank? You fools.
Through Sunday, Adventure Aquarium
The esteemed dance company presents Petite Mort and World Premieres — a mixed repertoire show that includes new pieces from Russell Ducker and Andrea Miller. $35-$79, through Sunday, Merriam Theater
Vibrational Expressionism- The Art of Mickey Hart
Fri 11/9 Hard Rock AC 6pm-8pm
Sat 11/10 The Mall at Short hills 6pm-8pm
Sun 11/11 KOP 12-2pm
Mickey’s North American Art Tour will show never-before-seen artwork of his creative journey combining art, music, and science for the Endangered Music Project.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Join Hotrod Garage & Racks Pub & Grill Williamstown as they come together to help raise money for Food Drive for Military Families. $10 Registration Fee & a food donation. Call Dan at Hotrod Garage 255 Cross Keys Rd Suite B Berlin, New Jersey 08009 for more info (856) 417-2669. NOV 10 Car Show/Food Drive for Military Families Public · Hosted by Racks Pub & Grill Williamstown and Hotrod Garage Interested
Saturday at 11 AM – 2 PM Racks Pub & Grill Williamstown 2021 N Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, New Jersey
Love Your Park Fall Service Day
Put on your most expendable clothes and pick up trash in a neighborhood park with other conscientious Philadelphians.
Free, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., your local park
AWFUL Wrestling: Fall Fight
Philly’s most flexible “middle-aged artists, musicians, and comedians” battle it out in the ring in this send-up of classic ’80s/’90s wrestling.
$10, 7-10 p.m., PhilaMOCA
Philly Tweed Ride
Take a leisurely bike ride around town with your friends and neighbors, all of whom will be decked out in tweed, aka the burlap of the rich.
Free, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., starts at the Fairmount Water Works
Philadelphia Wing Festival
Wing Bowl is dead, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all gather in one place to chomp on chicken parts. Philadelphia Wing Festival is billed as a family-friendly affair, offering, among other things, games, beer and a ranch dressing chugging contest, because it’s still Philly.
$19.95, noon-6 p.m., 2300 Arena
The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (aka PUFF) is taking over South Street Cinema this weekend, and on Saturday they’re presenting the Philadelphia debut of Sam Barrett’s Dark Sister, a 2018 horror flick about an artist plagued by violent nightmares.
$5 donation, 8 p.m., South Street Cinema
Dizzy Edge Records @ Roebling Auditorium, 69 Main Street in Roebling NJ. 4 live bands (metal , horror punk , surf, alternative) and the world’s only Viking comedian! Plus over a dozen vendors selling vinyl and other goods. More info at dizzyedgerecords.com
Featuring Chris Freeman of punk legends Pansy Division, the L.A.-based GayC/DC is billed as “the world’s first and only all-gay tribute to the music of AC/DC.” When you think of a perfect rock pun, you just gotta go for it.
$15, 8:30 p.m., Fillmore Philly
Franklin’s Test Kitchen
The Franklin Institute promises a family-friendly day of demonstrations, including a bread making workshop, several cooking competitions and the Science of Cooking Live Show.
Free with museum admission ($19 kids, $23 adults), 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Franklin Institute
Diwali at Reading Terminal
Diwali, a Hindu festival of lights held worldwide every autumn, will come to Reading Terminal Market on Saturday. Stop in to see dance performances, Indian art, try authentic Indian food, and watch cooking demostrations. 11am-3pm, Reading Terminal Market, readingterminalmarket.org
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Hanson String Theory
When “MMMBop” hit the airwaves 20 years ago, its bright melody and catchy, silly chorus made Hanson look like a fin de siècle Jackson 5. Things didn’t work out like that, but the band of blonde brothers did enjoy a decent music career. Now the Hanson kids are back on tour with a string section, giving their old pop favorites a vaguely classical sheen.
$39-$60, 8 p.m., Tower Theater
Philly Zine Fest 2018
This annual festival gives independent and small-press publications their due by gathering fans and creators together for an annual get-together/celebration.
Free, noon-6 p.m.
76ers HOME vs Charlotte Hornets; 7pm
Flyers HOME vs Chicago Blackhawks; 1pm
76ers AWAY vs Memphis Grizzlies; 8pm
EAGLES HOME vs Dallas Cowboys 8:20pm