HOLY METAL: Mosey your way down to the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia for a night full of metal with The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Number 12 Looks Like You and Knife the Glitter. Tickets are $15 and the mosh pit starts circling at 8:30 p.m. Head over to Ticket Web to buy tickets online.
DIGITAL DATING: See how the digital age is affecting singles events at the Date My Text event at Prime Lounge. Fusing singles, trivia and text messaging all in one, Date My Text aims to eliminate awkward conversations and replace it with humor and fun. While the even is free, registration is required and can be found on the Date My Text Web site. The event is limited to 21-35 year olds and starts at 7 p.m.
HOUSING HISTORY: With the state of real estate the way it is, a little history lesson can do wonders. The National Constitution Center will play host to “Life, Liberty and Property: Four Years After the Kelo Decision.” Four years after the Supreme Court case, property rights and the court's interpretation of the Fifth Amendment in the context of eminent domain issues will be discussed by attorneys Scott Bullock and Brian Blaesser, as well as journalist Jeff Benedict. There is no charge to get in and the discussion begins at 6:30 p.m.