Featured photo by Aaron Bradley
The weekend is upon as again and we have many great artists coming into town. Pick any of these shows and you won’t be disappointed!
Canadian electronica group Austra and Moor Mother at Union Transfer. Austra released their third album Future Politics this week through Domino Recording Co. and works with new influences. Come ready to dance! Tickets are available here.
Lukas Graham, the latest Danish pop sensation, is coming to The Fillmore. He was one of the performers on the highly popular, celebrity-packed Jingle Ball this past December. As someone who was there, I can say that the mass of teenage girls screaming for him was deafening. Tickets can be purchased here.
G. Love & Special Sauce is coming home for a show at Electric Factory. There’s also a preshow Pop Off at 5:30 if you are getting to the venue early. Bring your best friends to kick back and enjoy a good hangout with the guys. Get tickets for the main event here.
The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die sold out at PhilaMOCA. The indie-emo rock band from Connecticut has an ever-changing rotation of musicians. If you were lucky enough to score tickets, enjoy!
Hailing from Brooklyn, Rubblebucket will be at Union Transfer on Saturday night. The group consists of various instruments and a big punch of brass in your face, in addition to the lead vocalist Kalmia Traver’s many tricks up her sleeve. Tickets can be purchased here.
The legendary Michael McDonald will be performing at the Kimmel Center. The Last Waltz 40 Tour is traveling across the country to bring you hits and his legacy in Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, and more. If you want a lesson in pop music history, he’s the one to see this weekend. Tickets are still available here.
Going to other shows? Excited about these shows? Let us know in the comments and tag us in social media with @Rockonphilly when you post about it!