8/01 – 8/02: A weekend full of beer, Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots and music


PLAY OUTSIDE: Head to Clark Park and check out one of Billy Shakespeare’s funniest plays. "The Comedy of Errors" tells the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth. In the chaos that ensues, wrongful beatings, a near-incestuous seduction, arrests, accusations of infidelity, theft, madness and demonic possession all come into play. Tickets to the outdoor play are free and the show starts at 7 p.m.

BEER RUN: A bus will take you from McGillin's to Stoudt’s Brewing in Adamstown, P.a. to pick up the first kegs of McGillin’s 1860 IPA. Arrive by 10 a.m. to get some kegs and eggs and then hop on the bus and enjoy a brewery tour as well as a beer tasting. Tickets are $20 and can be bought by calling 215.735.5562 or going online. 

I SUPPORT ROBOT VIOLENCE: We know you mastered the art of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots when you were younger, now let your mad skills pay off. Come out to the Fox and Hound in King of Prussia for a Rock ‘Em tournament and win tickets to watch actual people rock and sock their fellow man at UFC 101 at the Wachovia Center. Do you have what it takes?


HUNG OVER NO MORE: You partied your butt off this weekend and now you’re hurting. But Dr. What You’re Doing Tonight has got your cure: Sunday stand-up comedy at Lickety Split on South Street. Pros, Joes and rookies will take the stage and rid you of your ailments. Plus with $3 Yuengling and $5 Jack and cokes, you can also drink away your pain.

FLY AWAY: So you didn’t get tickets to any of the Birds game this year. Stop your crying because you can go down to Eagles Flight Night and see the iigles in a live, full contact, mic’d up preseason practice. The night will include a fireworks show, player introductions, behind the scenes footage and giveaways including signed jerseys. Tickets are $20 and practice (we talkin’ bout practice) starts at 7 p.m.

LIVING LEGEND: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne will take the stage at Susquehanna Bank Center tonight. The rock legend hasn’t lost a step since he released his first album in 1971. Tickets for the 8 p.m. show start at $38.75 are available through Ticketmaster

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