8/28-8/29: Beer, Beats and a Battle

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    Celebrate Philly Beer Weekend from Mar. 12 to Mar. 14.

    Battle of the Canvas: This Saturday, local and national artists will come together for social change. See who can last the longest in the eight-hour canvas battle at The Arts Garage. Come out, get inspired, network with other artists, hear live music and snack on food and drinks. The Arts Garage, 1533 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19130, $5-$25, 4 p.m.

    Wine Challenge: Taste and rate wines from around the world Saturday afternoon at The Wine School of Philadelphia. Bring out the sommelier in you and learn how to review wines like a pro. Your reviews will be published in the early 2011 edition of new food and wine magazine, Epikurus. The Wine School of Philadelphia, 2008 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19130, $55, 4 p.m.

    Naked Music: Bringing a little soul and folk to Philly—singer Ben Carroll will be at Naked Chocolate Café Saturday night. Although he stems from a Grammy award-winning family, Carroll is in a league of his own with captivating lyrics, smooth guitar playing and a rich voice. Plus, a percentage of proceeds from his tour will be donated to orphan children raised in poverty. Naked Chocolate Café, 31 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103, Free, 8 p.m.

    Beerfest: Who doesn’t love a good beer while watching the Phils game? This Sunday afternoon try 40 different kinds of beer at McFadden’s at the Ballpark. The four-hour beer tasting, food-trying, game-watching extravaganza begins at 2 p.m. If you get lonely knowing you’re going home to an empty house after the game, the PSPCA will be on-site with adoptive cats and dogs. McFadden’s at the Ballpark, 1 Citizen’s Bank Way, Philadelphia, Pa. 19148, +21, $40, 2 p.m.

    Soul at Superfest: See R&B artists Anthony Hamilton, Kem, Jaheim, Raheem Devaughn and more take the stage at Susquehanna Bank Center Sunday night. Previous headliners of the legendary Budweiser Superfest have included Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder. For less than $50 spend the day listening to your favorite songs under the sun. Susquehanna Bank Center, 1 Harbour Blvd. Camden, Nj. 08103, $49.75, 7 p.m.