‘Down the Show' and Neil Young

Down the Show: Head to Connie's Ric Rac tonight to see a breakthrough in the comedy variety show. Catch the stand up stylings of Joe Mande, creator of latfh.com, a very funny website which just scored the man a book deal. Afterwards, stay to see the debut screening of 'Down the Show,' the very first television show starring, soundtracked, directed and written by the Philly comedy community at large. $15; 8:30 p.m.

Street Fair: There is no better place to experience this beautiful Saturday than smack dab in the center of the city for the PIFA Street Fair. Broad Street will shut down in front of the Kimmel Center all day and all night to make way for a giant Ferris wheeel, street vendors, street performers, two concert stages, a flying trapeze act and more. 11 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Whistle Fun: The TLA welcomes the feel-good, summer, whistling indie pop of Pete, Bjorn and John with the equally poppy psychedelica of New York's Bachelorette. $32.25; 9 p.m.

Keep On Rocking: See rock legend Neil Young at the Tower Theatre for his second Philly show (the one that's not sold out) to promote the release of The Treasure, a live album recorded back in 1984 and just now seeing the light of day. $95; 8 p.m.

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