Whiskey & Cheese: Celebrate Father’s Day early this weekend at Di Bruno Brothers. The famous gourmet shop will offer a five-cheese tasting paired with only the best scotch whiskeys. Whiskey and cheese specialists will also be on hand to answer all your questions. Plus, if you want to join Dad on the tasting, discounted prices are available for pairs. Di Bruno Brothers, 1730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103, +21, $55, 4:30 p.m.
Maxwell & Jill Scott: Grammy-Award winning R&B singer, Maxwell, is joined by Philly’s own Jill Scott at the Wachovia Center this weekend. Maxwell is best known for his sex appeal, oh yeah, a few hits like “A Woman’s Work” and “Prettywings” too. Scott is best known for her neo soul sound and recent acting chops in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married? See both artists for under $60 Saturday night. Wachovia Center, 3601 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19148, $57, 7 p.m.
Beatle Tribute: RAIN is back. The Beatle Broadway tribute show will be in town this Saturday and Sunday at the Kimmel Center. The nostalgic show will bring you through the hippie, psychedelic and hard-rock days of the Beatles sound. Bring the family and sing along to all your favorite tunes. Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 260 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102, $35, 2 p.m., 8 p.m.
Run 4 Your Life: Go for a run this Sunday morning to celebrate fathers everywhere. Dedicated to the late Action News Sports Director, Gary Papa, Run 4 Your Life will help spread the word about prostate cancer as well as raise money for the cause. All survivors and supporters are welcome and races include a 5k run, 5k walk and a one-mile fun walk. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th and the Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, Pa. 19130, $25, 8 a.m.
Phil Collins: Bring Dad to the Phil Collins show this Sunday night at the Electric Factory. The former Genesis member and seven-time Grammy-Award winning solo artist will perform an intimate show. Although Collins is primarily known for his progressive rock pop sound, Sunday’s show will have more of a 60’s Motown and soul sound. If you miss Sunday’s show, Collins will be in town through Monday night. Electric Factory, 421 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19123, $75, 8 p.m.