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Pierre Robert

Weekdays 10:30am - 3:00pm

Shows This Weekend
Friday and Saturday
The Lucas Brothers @ Helium (on P&S today)
Derek Gaines @ Punchline

Pierre Hosts: Beru Revue @ Ardmore Music Hall
Trans-Siberian Orchestra @ Wells Fargo Center –
2 shows (3:30pm and 8pm)
The War on Drugs @ Tower Theater
Knights in Santa’s Service @ Johnny Brenda’s

The Work Drugs 8th Annual Holiday Spectacle @ Johnny Brenda’s
Mars Parker & Friends Holiday Party @ Underground Arts

The Underground Thieves (members of Silvertide) @ Ardmore Music Hall

What’s going on at MMR?
Join Jacky Bam Bam at the Sprint Store in Media, PA from Noon to 2pm.

Hang with Nick at PJ Whelihan’s in Sewell, NJ from Noon to 2pm.

What’s Going on in the Movies?
New This Week:
Aquaman (PG-13) Jason Momoa Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman.
Mary Poppins Returns (PG) Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda
Bumblebee (PG-13) Hailee Steinfeld, John Cena

Still in Theaters:
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch 2018 (PG) Benedict Cumberbatch
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (PG) Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Eugenio Derbez,

Happening Around Town:
Through January 1
Experience our most festive seasonal event of the year, Hersheypark Christmas Candylane! Join us for more than 4 million lights, your favorite rides and coasters, a visit with Santa, and so much more! Don’t miss our sweet holiday celebration! Buy your Christmas Candylane tickets today. Holiday Rides & Coasters
Oh what fun it is to ride! Enjoy holiday thrills on more than 45 of your favorite rides and coasters. for more info.

Through January 2nd.
The Holiday Trees Exhibit at the Bucks County Visitor Center is a display of Christmas trees that’s free to attend. What makes this exhibit so special is the designer and decorator. Coleen Christian Burke is a Bucks County native who led the annual White House Christmas decorating efforts under President Bush and President Obama. Coleen will be designing 18 trees that will be on display. The Visitor Center is open 7 days a week from 9a-5p. 3207 Street Rd

Through January 1
The Comcast Holiday Spectacular video wall in the Comcast Center lobby, it’s filled with sights and sounds of the holidays, lighting up with a 15-minute show including a few singalongs, as well as a snippet of The Nutcracker done by the Pennsylvania Ballet. It’s one of the largest high-resolution video displays in the world, the festive display starts at the top of the hour daily from 10am to 8pm, excluding 5pm on weekdays, through Jan. 1. 1701 John F Kennedy Blvd.

Through January 6
A Longwood Christmas with crystal ornaments, holiday-themed garden with a reimagined Christmas tree with the fountains outdoors are paired with holiday music, and half a million lights twinkle enchantingly around the garden. “A Longwood Christmas” opens this year at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving, and will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily until Jan. 6. Timed ticket reservations are needed to visit. 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square;

Through December 24
Christmas Village at LOVE Park featuring more than 80 vendors. 11am to 7pm Sundays through Thursdays, 11am to 8pm. Fridays and Saturdays, and 11am to 5pm on Christmas Eve. 1500 Arch

Through December 31
Dickens Village at Macy’s, the 20-year-old Philadelphia holiday tradition with Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol coming to life through animatronic displays and sit on Santa’s lap at the end. The display is located on the third floor of the store and can be viewed through Dec. 31. 1300 Market St.

Through December 31
Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market at Dilworth Park (1 S. 15th St.) with more than 40 local designers and artisans. The market is open from 11am to 7pm Sundays through Thursdays, and from 11am to 8pm Fridays and Saturdays.

Through February 24
Dilworth Park’s Rothman Ice Rink with a holiday-themed garden maze, a light show that will be projected onto City Hall every hour on the half hour starting at 5:30 p.m.

Through March 3
Blue Cross RiverRink celebrating 25 YEARS in Philadelphia! Winterfest is a world-class ice skating rink, outdoor seating with fire pits, warming cabins, a kids lodge with a arcade, and a chalet-inspired Lodge with food and beverages. Open seven days a week including all holidays from November 23, through March. For times and tickets go to

Through December 31
Franklin Square Holiday Festival over 50,000 lights light up the square to a holiday soundtrack every 30 minutes, from 4:30 to 8pm. Stop down to meet Santa himself on Saturdays. (Closed on Christmas Day)

Through January 21
The Art of Rube Goldberg, a comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Rube Goldberg’s work. at the National Museum of American Jewish

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

Through March 17
Hamilton Was Here an “interactive playscape” dedicated to the popular founding father, as part of their “Year of Hamilton” celebration at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St.

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

Happening This Weekend
Friday and Saturday
A Philly POPS Christmas: Spectacular Sounds of the Season Verizon Hall. Philadelphia’s incredible holiday tradition is back! Broadway legend Todd Ellison takes the baton for an all-new repertoire of your favorite holiday classics. Fresh from his Tony-nominated An American in Paris stint, Ellison brings his trademark sophistication and style to the POPS. 3pm both days. At the Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center. Tickets available at

The Nutcracker
Pennsylvania Ballet performs the Nutcracker. If the dancing toys, extravagant costumes, and a battling Mouse King aren’t enough for you, step out to the lobby to sniff the signature Nutcracker scent — seriously. Academy of Music -2 shows today, 3 Saturday, 2 Sunday- For more info

How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Dr. Seuss’ classic How The Grinch Stole Christmas comes to the stage in a musical version with larger-than-life sets and colorful costumes and many musical numbers. Merriam Theater – 2 shows today, 3 shows Saturday and Sunday more info at
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s annual holiday concert. The program features instantly recognizable tunes like Tchaikovsky’s “March” (from The Nutcracker), “Silent Night,” and “Sleigh Ride,” sure to have you humming along. Kimmel Center. 7 pm Friday and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. Tickets available at

FRIDAY, December 21
The Nightmare Before Chirstmas Dance Party
The 2nd annual Dance party at the Barbary. Come dressed in costumes, enjoy free Christmas cookies, and Polaroid Photos with Santa Jack Skeleton, while dancing all night long. 10pm to 2am. The Barbary.
951 Frankford Ave.

Die Hard
Philadelphia Film Center Black Box
For one night only, the Bruce Willis-starring Christmas Eve action flick Die Hard screens in Center City. Whether or not the movie is officially Christmas-y enough to be considered a holiday movie is debatable, but what’s not debatable is this: there will be snacks. Price: $4-9 7pm
Prince Theatre – 1412 Chestnut St, Philadelphia

Pierre Hosts the 22nd Annual Beru Christmas Show & Benefit at Ardmore Music Hall. Joined by No Good Sister. Proceeds go to City Team. Doors at 7:30pm Show at 8pm. Ardmore Music Hall,

Sports Up!
Sixers HOME vs Toronto Raptors @ 7:30pm
Flyers HOME vs Columbus Blue Jackets @ 1pm

Eagles HOME vs Houston Texans @ 1pm
Flyers AWAY at New York Rangers @ 7pm