1/8-1/9: Cuba, Concerts and Cheers Elephant - NBC 10 Philadelphia

1/8-1/9: Cuba, Concerts and Cheers Elephant



    1/8-1/9: Cuba, Concerts and Cheers Elephant
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    Creole of Cuba: It’s Caribbean night at the Painted Bride Saturday as The Creole Choir of Cuba make their U.S. debut. With a vibrant and memorable show, they celebrate Haitian culture through Caribbean song and dance. Painted Bride, 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, $25, 8 p.m.

    Cheers Elephant: Saturday marks Cheers Elephant’s album release show at World Café Live. The local psychedelic rock group has made quite a stir with catchy tunes and edgy harmonies--sounding like the next band featured in a Honda commercial. Also joining Cheers Elephant--Nicos Gun, The New Connection and The Fleeting Ends. World Café Live, 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104, $13, 8 p.m.

    B.B. King: Just a bit out of the city, see the legendary B.B. King in Hersey, Pa. The king of blues performs at the Hersey Theatre Saturday. King has released over 50 albums and still continues to make music. See this one-night-only show for less than $40. Hersey Theatre, 15 East Caracas Avenue, PO Box 395, Hersey, Pa. 17033, $39-$59, 8 p.m.

    Sin Sundays: Party in Manayunk Sunday night at Yunkers Pub. Dance to your favorite songs with weekly DJ’s playing the latest music. Sip on $2 Miller Lite bottles and enjoy a $4 Patron café, mixing your drinks. Yunkers Pub, 4421 Main Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19127, +21, 8 p.m.

    Karaoke Sunday: Round up your friends for karaoke Sunday at Marathon Grill. Located upstairs at the 10th and Walnut spot, Upbar serves $2 domestics and $3 Skyy vodka drinks with free karaoke. Party all night long and come back through the week for happy hour specials. Marathon Grill, Upbar, 10th and Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19107, +21, Free, 9:30 p.m.


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