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5 Things To Do This Week in Philly

Phirst Tuesdays

April 7th | 7 pm | Bourbon and Branch

“PHirst Tuesdays” A new monthly jam session every first Tuesday of each month.  Festivities kick-off @ 7pm at Bourbon & Branch (2nd and Fairmount) Live band (@ManManPhilly, This edition is hosted by Philly’s rising R&B star Beano Come through early and sign up and all that, or just come to check out some great music (we have a couple surprise performances as well). Just trying create something for this city’s amazing music community. Sponsored by Ciroc. Cover $5.


Fleetwood Mac

April 7th | 8 pm | The Wells Fargo Center

All Five Fleetwood Mac Members on the Road for the First Time in 16 Years. The multi-GRAMMY Award®-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and one of rock’s most beloved bands brings their ON WITH THE SHOW tour to Wells Fargo Center.


Origami Mania

April 8th | 5:30-7:30 pm | Philadelphia Museum of Art

Don’t miss Origami Mania. Learn the ancient art of origami and transform a flat piece of paper into a beautifully-folded design. Make an origami design for yourself, and leave another one at the Museum to be included in a large-scale installation on April 29.


Sushi Making Class

April 10th | 6:30 -8:30 pm | The Headhouse

Don’t miss this sushi making class and learn Japan’s favorite culinary art form with Philadelphia’s Queen of Sushi, Madame Saito.  Whether you plan to compete in the Amateur Sushi Competition or just craft delicacies at home, these classes are the first step on the road to maki mastery.  For more information or to sign up, contact Madame Saito.


Life in Color Big Bang World Tour-The Creation of Color

April 11th | 6pm | Great Plaza at Penns Landing

Life in Color Big Bang World Tour – The Creation of Color What is anticipated to be a 130 city tour in over 50 countries, aims to answer the age-old question in your city: How did color come to be? Fans can learn about the origins of paint through the “Paint Factory”. This year we will give our fans a new experience that will bring them through a journey on how COLOR was created.

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