Making Time Turns 11

FRIDAY
Zone Out: Philly's much-hyped shoegazers Sun Airway take to the sanctuary of the First Unitarian Church this evening and the boys are pulling out all the stops, with a ridiculous light show and projections that will fill every nook and cranny of the church. $12; 8 p.m.

11 Years of Rad: Celebrate with Making Time on this, their 11th birthday. The Dirtbombs, Love Inks and Nothing will grace the stage, and all the usual resident DJs will be thrilling every floor and every party room of Voyeur with dance jams, punk anthems, and psychedelica. $10; 9 p.m. - 3 a.m.

SATURDAY
Right Back After These Messages: Our buds over at Philadelphia Brewing Company have put together a commercial starring local hip hop/big band heroes Black Landlord and a host of recognizable beer dudes for their first-born brew, Kenzinger. The screening will be held tonight at Johnny Brenda's, come celebrate and give the big K its due. 8 p.m.

Party After Picnic: Of course, everyone knows the Roots Picnic goes down today at the Pier, but what you may not have known is about the official after party, in true Questlove style, suited for any foodie's dream. The 'Fish & Grits' party will be held at the Arts Garage with DJs all night and plates of fish and grits being passed by the CD Cafe. 9 p.m.-3:30 a.m.

SUNDAY
Buy Some Art: The Rittenhouse Square Art Show has the honor of being the country's oldest art show exhibiting the newest emerging art. The starving, the rich, the traditional, the graphic, come from all over the world to exhibit here, rain or shine, a perfect time to wander the park and pick up a new print. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

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