Body Worlds Animals Inside Out
Nov. 1 St .-April 12th | The Franklin Institute
Body Worlds Animals Inside Out Did you know that a bull’s heart is five times larger than a human heart? That chickens can travel up to 9 miles an hour? Embark on an anatomical safari and explore the intricate biology, zoology, and physiology of the world’s most spectacular creatures—large and small! From goats to giraffes, squids to sharks, and octopuses to ostriches, see how intricate the blood vessels of animals are, what the muscular system, body parts, and various organs.
Mozaic Flow Ft. Tuba Gooding Jr. & Dice Raw
Nov. 7th | 9 pm | The Hard Rock Cafe
The English vernacular meaning of the word “Mosaic” simply indicates a picture or decoration made of small, usually colored pieces of inlaid stones that portrays an eclectic piece of art. In a quest to form a band that encompasses different musical genre’s such as hip-hop, be-bop , blues , go-go, rock and roll , pop , jazz and other musical idioms, a young man by the name of Jermaine Bryson ( aka Husky Bruiser) decided to bring together an amazing group of musicians from all walks of life to fulfill his vision. Thus “MOZAICFLOW “was created to fuse these musical genres together to take their audience on a musical journey that will connect the east to west and the north to south and unite their audience into 1 musical nation!
Science After Hours Present: Guilty Pleasure
Nov. 11th | 6:30- 9 pm | The Franklin Institute
Explore, imbibe, and feed your curiosity at an evening event series exclusively for adults featuring experiments, demonstrations, conversations, cocktails, and innovative and engaging science! On November 11th Guest will explore and delve into indulgent guilty pleasures – everything from chocolate to Dungeons and Dragons.
Nov. 11th | 7:30 pm | The Wells Fargo Center
Packed with an impressive repertoire of smash hits spanning his 20-year career, the critically-acclaimed showman will give his fans a unique experience that only the multi-talented Usher can deliver. His show will include a fresh take on early and recent songs as well as new music from his anticipated forthcoming eighth studio album.
Lauryn Hill Ft. Talib Kweli
Nov. 15th | 8 pm | The Electric Factory
Call Ms. Lauryn Hill the mother of hip-hop invention; with her 1998 solo debut The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, the Fugees’ most vocal member not only established herself as creative force on her own, but also broke new ground by successfully integrating rap, soul, reggae, and R&B into her own sound. Ms. Lauryn Hill’s first solo effort, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998), established her as a major talent in her own right. The album sold more than 12 million copies and earned the singer-songwriter five Grammys, three American Music Awards, a Billboard Award, a Soul Train Award and an MTV Music Award.
Nov. 15th | 7:30 pm | Skybox Even Center
The Merge Event brings together an average of 4 bands, 8-10 runways and up to 25 visual artists; all under one roof. Our venue, Skybox Event Center, boasts 12,000 sq ft of production space. These shows are highly attended, with an average of 800-1000 guests per show. Door open at 7:30 pm, with the first performances set to begin around 8pm. Check out the artist lineup below and select an artist to get your tickets.
Nov. 16th | 7:30 pm | The Wells Fargo Center
Throughout his career, Stevie Wonder has amassed 49 Top 40 singles, 32 #1 singles and worldwide album sales of more than 100 million units. He has received 25 Grammy Awards, an Oscar, and a Golden Globe; is an inductee into the Rock and Roll, Songwriters’ and NAACP Halls of Fame; and is the youngest recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors. Stevie Wonder is a designated U.N. Messenger of Peace with special focus on persons with disabilities. He continues to be pivotal in U.S. and world events, demonstrating the activism that has made him such a vital voice for social progress and world harmony.
P.M @ Penn Museum Drinks With The Sphinx
Nov. 19th | 6-9:30 pm | University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
All of the fun of the Penn Museum’s “40 Winks with the Sphinx” without the sleepover and mixed with a bit of adult fun. Guests can show off their moves during a belly dancing workshop, test their knowledge in a “what in the World” object trivia game, and more, with drinks available at a cash bar. Then, attendees explore the galleries like never before during a flashlight tour. Admission: $20; $15, Penn Museum members (includes one free drink for guests 21 and older).
Nov. 21st-23rd | The Academy of Music
Music Legend Bob Dylan will be performing in Philly for 3 nights, don’t miss it Bob Dylan And His Band.
Beauty and the Beast
Nov. 26st – February 1st | Arden Theatre
Meet two sisters: Cassandra, eager to experience life; and Belle, who is afraid of the world. After their father loses the family fortune, they leave London to start life anew. But nothing prepares them for what happens next. When Belle meets the Beast, she begins an adventure unlike any she could have imagined. From the team that created Arden’s Cinderella comes a bold new telling of this classic tale.