Pierre's Weekend Calendar

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11/27 Pierre's Weekend Calendar

Pierre's Weekend Calendar

November 26 – November 30

Shows This weekend


Ace Frehley @ Keswick Theatre

Brother Joscephus And The Love Revolution @ World Cafe Live  

Enter the Haggis @ Sellersville Theater

Slayer w/ Suicidal Tendencies & Exodus @  Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Ying Yang Twins @ Reverb (Reading)

Saves The Day w/ Say Anything & Reggie And The Full Effect @ TLA        



Saves The Day w/ Say Anything & Reggie And The Full Effect @ TLA 

The Blind Shake @ Underground Arts  

Boris Garcia @ World Cafe Live - Upstairs  

The New Deal @ Electric Factory  

Russell Peters @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Stephen Kellogg (S @ Ardmore Music Hall

The Wailers @ Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center (Bethlehem) 

Bill Engvall @ Golden Nugget  

Lynyrd Skynyrd @ Harrah's AC        

Tony Bennett and Antonia Bennett @ Borgata Event Ctr.  




Beru Revue @ World Cafe Live

Almost Queen - Trib. To Queen @  Sellersville Theater

Dave Mason @ Scottish Rite Auditorium

Death From Above 1979 @ Union Transfer  

Gwar w/ American Sharks and Corrosion Of Conformity @ Electric Factory  

Jim Brickman @ Grand Opera House

Mach22 @ World Cafe Live At The Queen (Wilmington) 

New Politicsw/  Bad Suns and Some KindaWonderful @ TLA

West Philadelphia Orchestra w/ Black Masala @ Johnny Brenda's  

Brian Setzer Orchestra @ Caesars AC

Jerry Seinfeld @ Borgata Event Ctr.  

Mannheim Steamroller @ Harrah's AC

The Temptations Review Feat. Dennis Edwards  @ Resorts AC Superstar Theater 



American Wrestlers @ The Fire 

Gary Hoey @ Sellersville Theater

Slayer w/ Suicidal Tendencies & Exodus @ Tower Theatre



What's going on at the Movies?

New This Week:

Horrible Bosses 2 (R) Jennifer Aniston, Chris Pine, Christoph Waltz, Kevin Spacey, Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman

The Penguins Of Madagascar (PG) Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, Chris Knight, John Malkovich, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ken Jeong


Still in Theaters

Rosewater a 2014 American drama film written and directed by Jon Stewart, based on the memoir about a detainee in Iran

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (PG13) Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore

V/H/S: Viral (R) Patrick Lawrie, Emmy Argo, Heather Hayes, Jessica Luza, John Curran, Justin Welborn

Dumb And Dumber To (PG-13)

Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels, Angela Kerecz, Kathleen Turner, Laurie Holden

Foxcatcher (R) Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Sienna Miller, Anthony Michael Hall

Beyond The Lights (PG-13) Nate Parker, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Minnie Driver

The Homesman (R) Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank, Meryl Streep, Tim Blake Nelson, James Spader, John Lithgow

Big Hero 6 (PG)T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung, Genesis Rodriguez, Damon Wayans Jr

Interstellar (PG13)Matthew McConaughey Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway



What's Going on at MMR?

Listen Thursday as Pierre plays Alice’s Restaurant at 10am, Noon (25 year anniversary version) and 2pm on vinyl.

Followed by “Block” Friday and    Leftover Block’s for rest of the weekend (they will be fill-in type) (No You Call It, House Hair Will Run)



Join Casey Boy from 9 to 11pm at Maggie’s on the Waterfront, 9242 North Delaware Avenue in Northeast Philly for a Preston & Steve’s Totally Office Calendar 2015 Calendar Raid. Meet calendar girls Courtney (Miss October) and Kimberly Michelle (Miss December) and enjoy $2 Miller Lite bottles.


93.3 WMMR and Miller Lite present Preston & Steve’s Totally Office Calendar 2015. 12 months filled with the most gorgeous girls - our very hottest listeners.


Can’t get to a Calendar Raid? Order yours now at wmmr.com for just $15, shipping included. From Miller Lite – In Philly, it is always Miller Time and 93.3 WMMR Everything That Rocks!



Pierre will be hosting Beru Revue Probably Gobbly at World Cafe Live (3025 Walnut Street) at 8pm BeruRevue.us



What's Going on with The 6abc Thanksgiving Day Parade?

On Thanksgiving morning, grab those hand warmers and take in the sights from 8:30 am until noon.


The Route

The parade begins at 20th Street and JFK Boulevard towards 16th Street where it then turns left and then left again on Arch Street, followed by yet another left onto the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and continues toward the Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Thanksgiving Day Zone

Throughout the entirety of the parade, The Oval (at Eakins Oval on the Parkway) will welcome performers, live animals from the Philadelphia Zoo, a kids’ zone featuring activities from the Franklin Institute, and A.C. Moore, photo booth, Dunkin’ Donuts samples and more.



Top talent from around the nation will entertain the masses. Here’s just a selection: Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus, PowerTaps Cloggers (Woodstock, Ga.),

DaVonda Simmons, Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts dancers, Pennsbury High School Band (Fairless Hills, Pa.), Tate High School Band (Cantonment, Fla.), Boardman High School Band (Youngstown, Ohio), Step by Step Dance Center (Philadelphia, Pa.), On Edge Movement (Oaks, Pa.), Dance 4 Life (Wilmington, Del.), On Pointe Dance Center (Blackwood, N.J.), LuLu Shrine Klownz (Richboro, Pa.), •West Chester University Color Guard, Mast Community Charter School Choir,•Ardmore Avenue Elementary School Choir (Lansdowne, Pa.), Hammonton High School Choir (Hammonton, N.J.) And more!


What's Going on with The 6abc Thanksgiving Day Parade?

Special guests

Some A-Listers who’ll strut down the route and make appearances include: Santa and Mrs. Claus, Jerry Blavat, Ginger Zee from “Good Morning America”, Lance Bass of NSYNC, Kira Kazantsev (Miss America),

Charlie McDermott from ABC’s “The Middle”, Disney on Ice: “Frozen”, Candice Glover, winner of Season 12 of “American Idol”, Motown the Musical, Walnut Street Theatre’s “Mary Poppins”, Disney characters, Eagles Cheerleaders, Sesame Place characters, and more!


Floats & Balloons

Here are a few of our favorite larger-than-life movie characters and decorated parade staples prepped to make an appearance on Thursday: Mr. Potato Head, Clifford, Under the Sea float, Patriotic Liberty float, Grinch, Dunkin Donuts float, Bob the Builder, Strawberry Shortcake, Polar Bear float, Gingerbread House float, Garfield Santa, The Lorax and more!



Woo hoo — metered street parking is free on Thanksgiving! (Though still abide by those “No Parking” signs.) Starting Wednesday, Nov. 26, don’t plan on leaving any vehicles at the following locations:

JFK Boulevard from 19th to 30th Street

20th Street from Market St to the Parkway

Arch Street between 19th & 22nd Streets

Race Street between 16th & 17th Streets

17th Street from Vine to Race Streets

Vine Street from 15th to 17th Streets on eastbound lanes only

Market Street between 20th and 21st Streets until 8 a.m. Thursday


For info check out @6abcTDP on Twitter and Instagram or go to: Facebook.com/6abcThanksgivingDayParade

What's Going on with Holiday Light displays around Philadelphia?

Franklin Square’s (6th and Race Streets) Holiday Festival, extending from Thursday, Nov. 13 through Wednesday, Dec. 31. Set to the pleasant sounds of holiday tunes from the Philly POPS, the Square’s Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show returns with daily showings every half hour from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., weather permitting. The park’s over-50,000 lights will illuminate and sparkle throughout the night, providing a sight for dedicated viewers or even those in their cars heading home from work. Come for food, mini golf, a local choir performance and more all this weekend. Even more of an incentive to come on Sundays is a free concert series in which local choirs perform during the intermissions of the Electrical Spectacle.

Ignore the chill by the fire pits at Barren Hill Brewery Beer Garden, operating from 4  to 8 pm. Thursdays through Sundays until Friday, Dec. 26 when it’s open daily until Tuesday, Dec. 31. Expect seasonal beers from Old Eagle Tavern, as well as toasty drinks and winter-appropriate food options — the latter two options being offered daily throughout the festival.

For more info visit: historicphiladelphia.org/franklin-square



Holiday Lights Trolley Ride in Downtown Cape May taking place around the Elmen Physick Estate (1048 Washington St.) Weekends from Saturday, November 22 through Saturday, January 3 5:30 to 8:30 pm Travel through the Historic District to check out the beautifully-decorated homes. Guides will discuss Victorian Christmas traditions, lead sing-alongs and play Christmas music. Tickets: $10 capemaymac.org



What's Going on with Holiday Light displays around Philadelphia?

Shady Brook Farm 931 Stony Hill Rd. Morrisville, PA Saturday, November 22 through Sunday, January 4, 2015 5 to 10pm  Take a ride through the farm in either your own car or an open-air wagon to see the farm transformed into a nighttime illuminated forest. After the show, warm up with a cup of hot cocoa and and cook up some s’mores at a toasty bonfire (treats available for purchase in the Farm Market). Proceeds from the Holiday Light Show benefit The National MS Society, and other local charities. Tickets: $20 a car M-Th, $25 a car F-Sun, $30 minibus, $75 bus, $12 a person tractor ride www.shadybrookfarm.com


Peddler's Village

Friday, November 21 from 6 to 9pm

Lower York Rd and Street Rd., (Routes 202 and 263) New Hope, PA 18938

Join Santa as he switches on the Village's outdoor holiday light display to kick off the holiday season. Guests will enjoy free cider and marshmallow toasting as well as live holiday music. For info visit PeddlersVillage.com


Hershey Sweet Lights

Weekends now through Sunday, December 14 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM • Hershey Park (100 W Hersheypark Dr Hershey, PA) Enjoy nearly 600 illuminated, animated displays from the comfort of your car as you drive through two miles of wooded trails. Tickets: $19.15 per car Sun-Th, $24.15 per car F-Sat, $34.15 large vehicle For info visit HersheyPark.com


Adventure Aquarium (1 Riverside Dr., Camden, N.J.): Weekends from Friday, Nov. 28 through Thursday, Jan. 1 and Friday, Dec. 26 through Thursday, Jan 1, Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster lights the aquarium’s tree at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. each day.

Sesame Place (100 Sesame Rd., Langhorne, Pa.): Every half hour from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (and some nights until 8 p.m.), Sesame Street tunes and Christmas carols will blare around the park’s tree as the giant plant sparkles for visitors. The show runs on weekends in November and December (and Dec. 26-31), starting Friday, Nov. 28.

Doylestown (375 W. Court St., Doylestown, Pa.): Santa parades on a fire truck while the high school’s band and choir bring the tuneage. The tree gets lit at 6:30 p.m. on Friday,
Nov. 28
with free cookies and cider. Hang out to meet Santa and disclose wish list items.

Haddonfield (Kings Highway, Haddonfield, N.J.): Before you embark on a candlelight shopping experience, see the tree light up for the first time this season followed by a Santa-lead parade at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 28.

Rittenhouse Square (18th and Walnut Streets): Not only will the tree be lit in a ceremony hosted by CBS3’s Katie Bilo on Monday, Dec. 1, but attendees can snack on complimentary bites from Parc and The Rittenhouse, see a special performance from the cast of the Walnut Street Theatre’s “Mary Poppins,” enjoy giveaways and more. Santa makes his appearance at 5:30 p.m. to light the tree. Bring a new, un-wrapped toy to benefit the Salvation Army.

Canal View Park (Main and Gay Streets): Manayunk kicks things off on Saturday, Nov. 29 with their tree lighting from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Get there at 1 p.m. if you want to get photos with Santa or to hear some festive carols.

Shops at Liberty Place(1625 Chestnut St.): Continuing to make his rounds is the big guy in red. Also look forward to free hot chocolate, face painting and performances from the Philadelphia Dance Academy of the Liberty Strings Orchestra during this tree lighting extravaganza, taking place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2.

Sellersville (2 N. Main St., Sellersville, Pa.): After the 6:30 p.m. tree lighting on Tuesday, Dec. 2, take an old-fashioned trolley ride around the town. Many businesses along Main St. will also offer giveaways and more.

City Hall (1401 JFK Blvd.): Mayor Michael Nutter will make remarks while a whole evening of illuminating entertainment will follow the 6 p.m. lighting on Wednesday, Dec. 3. Be sure to take a lap or two around the all-new Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park, too!

Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest (101 S. Columbus Blvd.): The 43’ tree will come to life at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5 with skating opportunities with Santa, crafts, hot chocolate and performances from the Olde Towne Carolers, Philadelphia Youth Ballet, Vanessa Howard, Philadelphia Symmetry Synchronized Skating, Philadelphia Handbell Ensemble, String Theory School of the Performing Arts, In the Mix Acapella & Sister Cities Girlchoir.

East Passyunk Ave. (East Passyunk Ave. and Tasker St.): A truly festive evening awaits on Thursday, Dec. 4 when carolers stroll down the avenue, Santa lights the tree and visitors indulge in holiday treats and hot cocoa. The party runs from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Washington Lake Park (626 Hurffville Cross Keys Rd., Sewell, N.J.): The evening on Friday, Dec. 5 features Christmas carols, a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus and a heated tent housing hot chocolate and cookies. It all begins at 7 p.m.

Citizens Bank Park (1 Citizens Bank Way): No longer baseball season, but Phillies outfielder Ben Revere, the Phillies Ballgirls, Phanatic (dressed up as Phanta Claus) and carolers help light the tree and stadium on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 5 p.m. Make it an all-day thing with book signings with sports writers, a live radio broadcast, photos with Phanta Claus, photo opportunities with players and on-field and more, starting at 11 a.m.

Perkasie (7th and Market Streets, Perkasie, Pa.): For the 106th time, Perkasie Olde Towne lights the tree, holds carriage rides and welcomes Santa starting at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. Inside the event’s heated tent, get warmed up with live music, children’s activities and live music.

Absecon Lighthouse (31 S. Rhode Island Ave., Atlantic City, N.J.): Don your ugliest Christmas sweater for a dance party, tree lighting and lighthouse climb on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Headhouse Square Shambles (2nd St. between Lombard and Pine Streets): You’ll forget you’re not at the North Pole on Sunday, Dec. 7 when taking a carriage ride or peeping the decked out window displays at over 30 South Street Headhouse District businesses. Don’t miss Santa — he’ll be arriving via fire truck — PHAIR holiday market, performances and finally the tree lighting at 6:30 p.m., however the whole affair begins at 3 p.m.

Wildwoods Convention Center (4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood, N.J.): After the Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade (which ends at the Convention Center), the shore welcomes the season with a 7:15 p.m. tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 12.

Storybook Land (6415 Black Horse Pike Egg Harbor, NJ) Santa Claus appears in his chimney, waves his magic wand, and lights the park with over one million lights for the holiday season. Ticket prices and more at: StoryBookLand.com




What's Going on around Philadelphia?


The All Things That Rock Festival!

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of Rock History! Your favorite rocks stars will be on site for Q&A Panels, Meet and Greets, Professional Autographs and you'll have the chance to do your Holiday Shopping with hundreds of the country’s Top Rock N Roll collectible vendors!


Micky Dolenz of The Monkees, Artimus Pyle best known for playing drums with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ed Kowalczyk is an  founding member of the band Live, David Uosikkinen founding member of rock band The Hooters. His solo band, In The Pocket features some of Philly’s best songs by Philadelphia’s premiere musicians

The Ultimate Festival Begins


Featuring 100s of Rock, Metal, Punk, Psych, Alternative, New Wave, Garage, Soul and Jazz vendors from all over the US, carrying Records, 45’s, 12″, CD’s, DVD’s, Posters, Books, Magazines, T-Shirts and Memorabilia. From Collectible to Common and Rare to Unusual.


WMMR and Jacky Bam Bam. When normal people’s eyes turn red and they fall asleep Midnight to 5:30am, that’s when Jacky Bam Bam rises to the occasion weeknights on WMMR. Check Jacky out Friday November 28th at the All Things That Rock Festival with WMMR



What's Going on around Philadelphia?


WinterBeerFest At 23rd Street Armory 22 S. 23rd St., Philadelphia. A festival dedicated to bringing you the best beers available and the newest breweries to hit the Pennsylvania market including: Shipyard Brewing, 4 hands,  Desthil brewing, Red hill, DC Brau, Sea Dog and many more . The admission price of $40.00. The ticket price gets you all the samples you want for the whole session. A limited number of tickets will be sold so get them while you can! 100 beers from around the world on tap that will tickle your tongue and warm your belly with big bold flavors and spices from around the world. This is craft beer at it's finest.  We have double and tripple IPAs and Imperial stouts along with wheat beers, pilsners and pale ales we'll even have ciders too. There will be food trucks on location serving some of the tastiest burgers and foodstuff the city has to offer. T-shirts, mugs, pint glasses and jewlery for sale too.Come join the fun! DrinkPhilly.com




76ers HOME vs Brooklyn Nets; 7pm Flyers AWAY @ Detroit Red Wings; 7:30pm on WMMR


EAGLES AWAY @ Dallas Cowboys; 4:30pm



Flyers HOME vs New York Rangers @ The Big Joint; 1pm



Flyers AWAY @ New York Rangers;1pm

76ers HOME vs Dallas Mavericks; 7pm



Villanova Wildcats vs Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens @ Wells Fargo Center; 4:30pm

All Weekend in and around, The Philadelphia Area

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