Pierre's Weekend Calendar

  Event Description Time / Location
5/21 - 5/24 Pierre's Weekend Calendar

Tickets on Sale:

Friday at 10am

Jodeci @ Tower Theater - June 25

Santana @ Borgata Event Center - August 21 & 22

Gabriel Iglesias @ Borgata Event Center - September 4

Art Garfunkel @ Borgata Music Box - August 28

The Band Perry with Brett Eldredge @ Borgata Festival Park - September 26

Friday at Noon

Coal Chamber with Fear Factory, Devil You Know, Saint Ridley &Mad Life @ Underground Arts - August 15


Shows This Weekend:


All Time Low with Issues,Tonight Alive,and State Champs @ Skyline Stage @ Mann Center  

Anaal Nathrakh with Incite and Secrets Of The Sky @ Championship Sports Bar & Grill(Trenton) 

D.R.I. @ Reverb     

Geographer with Idlehands and Empires @ Union Transfer  

Heart @ Valley Forge Casino

Ice Nine Kills with Upon This Dawning, Chasing Safety, and Brightwell @ Crocodile Rock Cafe

Kathy Griffin @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Levitt Pavilion Summer Concert Series" featuring The Rip Chords @ Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks

Melt Banana @ Johnny Brenda's  

The New Mastersounds with Euforquestra @ The Ardmore Music Hall

Prophets Of Addiction with The Erotics@  J.C. Dobbs  

Quiet Company with The Last Year @ North Star Bar

"RiverJazz" featuring Spyro Gyra @ ArtsQuest Center @ SteelStacks 

Sherman Ewing @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs  

Smash Palace with Cliff Hillis @ World Cafe Live  

Williamsboy @ Geraghty's Pub



Brit Floyd @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center 

Caroline Rose @ World Cafe Live @ The Queen - Upstairs

Conan with Sanithrace and Mantar@ Kung Fu Necktie  

Frankie Avalon @ Broadway Theatre

Frankie Negron @ The Event Center At Harrah’s Philadelphia

Les Paul's Trio @ The Rrazz Room

"Levitt Pavilion Summer Concert Series" featuring Orleans @ Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks

New Riders Of The Purple Sage @  Sellersville Theater 1894

The Rent-A-Cops (Trib. to The Police) with kRush(Trib. To Rush) @ World Cafe Live - Downstairs

"RiverJazz" @ ArtsQuest Center At SteelStacks 

Skyes with The Iron Tree @ North Star Bar  

The Story So Far with Four Years Strong and Terror @ Electric Factory  

Will Dailey with Heather Maolney @ New Hope Winery

William Fitzsimmons @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs



Chon with The Contortionist @ Voltage Lounge  

Dukes Of Destiny @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs  

The Hunts @ Broadway Theatre

"Levitt Pavilion Summer Concert Series" featuring Amy Lynn & The Gunshow @ Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks

"Mayfair Festival of the Arts" featuring Bobby Messano @  Allentown Fairgrounds 

Rich Vos with Bonnie McFarlane @ The Rrazz Room     

Williamsboy @  Heritage Vineyards (NJ)



What's Going on in the Movies?

New This Week

Poltergeist (PG-13) Sam Rockwell, Jared Harris, Rosemarie DeWitt, Nicholas Braun, Jane Adams, Saxon Sharbino


Tomorrowland (PG) George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Raffey Cassidy, Thomas Robinson, Britt Robertson


Still in Theaters:

Mad Max: Fury Road (R) Tom Hardy,   Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zöe Kravitz

Pitch Perfect 2 (PG-13) Elizabeth Banks,    Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Hailee Steinfeld, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp

Avengers: Age Of Ultron (PG-13) Chris Evans,

Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, James Spader and Samuel L. Jackson


What's Happening at MMR?

All Weekend

It’s a Memorial Day One in a Thousand Weekend on MMR. One thousand different songs, that started Thursday at 3pm with your shot at winning $1,000 cash. The ONE song of the thousand that will score you the cash is Summer Nights by Van Halen. The 25th caller to 215-263-WMMR when it plays wins $1,000. For more info visit: wmmr.com



Join The Preston & Steve Show as they broadcast LIVE from Keenan's Irish Pub (113 Olde New Jersey Ave) in North Wildwood from 6-10:30am for WMMR's Official Opening of the Jersey Shore.



What's Happening Around Town?

All Weekend

Heroes real and imagined are honored at the Please Touch Museum (4231 Avenue of the Republic)Visit the museum over the course of this long holiday weekend and see  local heroes such as CHOP Child Life Clinician and fire fighters along with Marvel Superheroes such as Captain America, Spiderman and Black Widow.  Activities run during regular hours, 9am to 5pm and 11am to 5 pm on Sunday. For  more info visit: www.pleasetouchmuseum.org


The time we’ve all been waiting for has now arrived: the return of Spruce Street Harbor Park (Columbus Blvd. and Market St.) and the welcoming of the all-new Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest.  With music, food and treats (from Garces Group, Federal Donuts, Franklin Fountain and Shane Confectionery), hammocks, games, beer, and roller-skating, the night will surely be an unforgettable summer kickoff. Throughout the weekend, musicians, face painters, circus performers, dancers, mimes, art groups and DJs will provide constant entertainment during the space’s opening days. SSHP and Summerfest will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sunday. For more info visit: www.delawareriverwaterfront.com


All weekend long at The Fire (412 W. Girard Ave.) a wide range of talent will take the stage for the Sundrop Music Festival. Starting at 8 p.m. on Friday musical acts including Not Blood Paint (Friday),Kuf Knotz (Saturday) and Mumblr (Sunday). Doors open at 2 p.m. for the festival’s free, all-ages shows. Sunday continues with another batch of sets, kicking off at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m, which is a 21+ show. For more info visit:




Break the rules and wear white three days before Memorial Day. Factory Girls present their second annual White Party at Voyeur Nightclub (1221 St. James St.). Aside from tunes from Gun$ Garcia, K Rex, Yolo Ono, Magglezzz and Dischetto, you’ll be treated to drag, cotton candy, photos, hair, makeup … the works. Things get started at 10 p.m.  For more info visit: www.voyeurnightclub.com



Spend your evening on the water with a deck party aboard the Moshulu (401 S. Columbus Blvd.). From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., the restaurant will offer seasonal drink specials, new Bongo Bar menu and live music. When the sun goes down, DJ DEEJAY will break out the pop and hip hop hits from major throwbacks through today. For more info visit: www.moshulu.com


The sonic superstars in Making Time are back for their annual Memorial Day RAD-B-Q. Grab your buds and hit Bamboo Bar (927 N. Delaware Ave.) for the sounds of Dave P. & Sammy Slice, Mike Z., Dave Pak, Rocktits!, Greg D. and Broadzilla DJs starting at 6 p.m. Added incentive for getting their early: free Tecate and Heineken and half-off Sailor Jerry Fishbowls from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more info visit: www.makingtimeisrad.com


What's Happening Down the Shore

All Weekend

Kites galore will soar at the shore as the International Kite Festival takes place in Wildwood. This four day convention highlights various shapes,sizes, and designs of kites through workshops, showings, competitions, and even an auction. All events take place at the Rio Grande beach, at varying times. For more info visit: wildwoodsnj.com


Replicas of the Columbus Ships Pinta and Nina will visit Barnegat Light. The ships will be docked at Viking Village (1801 Bayview Avenue). While the ships are in port, you can tour them. Adults are $8, children ages 5-16 are $7, and children 4 and under are free. The ships will be open to the public every day from 9am until 6pm For more info visit: www.thenina.com



Historic Smithville (615 E Moss Mill Rd.) revs its engines during a bi-weekly car show. From 5 to 8 p.m. visitors can travel back in time and check out vintage automobiles as well as bring their own vehicles to show off. For more info visit: www.historicsmithvillenj.com


Ocean City’s annual Unlocking of the Ocean gets down to business at noon during a workers plunge. Located at the Moorlyn Terrace beach, watch as folks dressed in suits and other costumes dive right into the ocean. For more info visit: www.oceancityvacation.com


The Tropicana (2831 Boardwalk Ave.) shines up Atlantic City with the debut of their Multimedia and Light Show. Kicking the show off at 7pm is the Atlantic City Marching Band, followed by Zumba performances and at 8:30pm watch in awe as the multimedia welcomes the Memorial Day weekend with a firework show. For more info visit: tropicana.net/events


The 2nd Annual Beach Ball Drop where we will drop 5,000 beach balls over the Boardwalk at 5:00pm. After the ball drop, top it off with great food and frozen concoctions from Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, or right on the beach at Landshark Bar and Grill. For more info visit: www.atlanticcitynj.com/events


In honor of our Veterans, the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 955, will host the 5th annual Parade and Memorial Day Ceremony. Starting at 4 p.m., vets will start the march at Cresse Avenue and end the walk at Burke Avenue where the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall was placed. Following the parade, enjoy live music and entertainment by Bittersweet, Toe in the Sand, and Then There’s Us. For more info visit: www.wildwoodsnj.com


For a thrilling weekend, Morey’s Pier (3501 Boardwalk) in Wildwood is kicking off the weekend with the debut of their newest attraction, Kong. Shore-goers can be the first to step on this ride and fly around the giant gorilla. The pier's Raging Waters water park opens this weekend, too. For more info visit: www.moreyspiers.com


For early birds: The annual Memorial Beach Challenge returns to the beaches of Ocean City. Beginning at 7:30 a.m., watch or compete in an obstacle course that features a paddle board race, a strength challenge, and an adventure run. Proceeds from the event benefit the 31Heroes Project, Navy SEAL Foundation, and the Travis Manion Foundation. For more info visit: www.memorialbeachchallenge.com


Cape May jams outwith a summer music festival at the Rotary Bandstand (Lyle Ln.). Enjoy patriotic tunes (perfect for Memorial Day weekend) from the Atlantic City Brass Band. The concert is free and starts at 8 p.m. For more info visit: www.capemaymac.org


Sports Up!


Phillies AWAY vs Washington Nationals; 7:05pm


Phillies HOME vs Washington Nationals; 4:05pm

Soul AWAY vs Tampa Bay Storm;7:30pm


Phillies HOME vs Washington Nationals; 1:35pm


Phillies AWAY vs NewYork METS; 1:10pm

All Weekend, In and around Philadelphia

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