Quizzo Bowl: Master of bar trivia? If you think you know it all, head to the TLA on Saturday for Quizzo Bowl VI. The annual Philly tradition will cover topics like movies, history, music, and more. Whether you’re a geek or just your regular pop-culture junkie, round up seven closest friends and be part of the 40 teams completing for the ultimate prize of being named Philly’s smartest, or nerdiest, depending on how you look at it. Theatre of Living Arts, 334 South Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19147, +21, $25-$30, 7 p.m.
Alicia Keys: Pack your bags and head to A.C. for the weekend. Party with Alicia Keys and Melanie Fiona at the Taj Mahal as the two team up for the Freedom Tour. Rock out to all of Alicia’s hit songs and new-comer, Melanie Fiona’s new song, “It Kills Me.” We’ve heard a few special guests arrived when the Freedom Tour hit New York this week, so be on the look out for any impromptu duets. Trump Taj Mahal, 1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, Nj. 08401, $75, 8 p.m.
Ginuwine Live: Party with “So Anxious” singer, Ginuwine, at Luxe Lounge this Saturday night. The R&B super-star will host a night dedicated to the ladies as well as promote his latest album. The event is free -- all you need to do it make sure you sign up before 11 p.m. Enjoy a one-hour Nuvo open bar and party the weekend away. Dress to impress this weekend and for all those who plan to do bottle service, be sure to arrive early. Luxe Lounge, 724 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, +21, Free, 10 p.m.
Duck, Duck, Goose: If you thought the game Duck, Duck Goose was only for kids, you’re wrong. A bit refined with a touch of class is Duck, Duck Goose for adults this Sunday in Manayunk. Enjoy duck prepared two ways and goose, paired with the finest wines and delicious side dishes. With two different mealtime options all under $50, sounds like the perfect way to end the weekend. Manayunk Brewery, 4120 Main Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19127, +21, $40, 5 p.m., 8 p.m.
Fruit Bats: Blending indie, rock and folk together, see Fruit Bats and Blue Giant Sunday night at Johnny Brenda’s. The Fruit Bats have stepped it up for their third album, creating a stronger sound and demanding not to be ignored. New band, Blue Giant will open the show. Be sure to get there at 9 and score a seat for less than $15. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 North Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19125, +21, $12, 9 p.m.