Tonight through Sunday
The citywide film and music festival is back for four days packed with performances by more than 100 artists. Events are scattered across the city, with higher concentrations in the NoLibs/Fishtown area (sorry Passyunk crowd, you’re close enough to Popped! this weekend). Check back with us tomorrow for more coverage; but for now, our list looks like this: Deadmau5 (Friday at Penn’s Landing), The Cocktail Slippers (Friday at Kung Fu Necktie), Birdie Busch (Sunday at the Ukie Club.), Murder by Death (Sunday at World Cafe Live) and the Dead Milkmen (Saturday at Penn’s Landing).
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Friday, 8:30 p.m.
$25, The Electric Factory
No new album here — just the usual folky, bluesy mix that keeps you coming back. They perform with the Sam Roberts Band.
The Felice Brothers
Tuesday, 8 p.m.
$20-$22, Union Transfer
The boys are on tour with their latest album, “Celebration, Florida.” Also playing: Virgin Forest.
Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant Birthday Bash
Friday through Sunday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.,
120 Market St.
Help Old City pub celebrate year one with $1 featured craft brews and snacks from a new menu including locally grown figs that chef Jordan Sauter is especially psyched about.
Rosh Hashanah at Zahav
237 St. James Place
Monday through Oct. 2
Chef Michael Solomonov’s special menu ($45 per person) includes holiday classics such as matzoh ball soup, griddled honey cakes and coffee-braised brisket with pumpkin-saffron rice.
Gypsy Saloon Beach Party
Friday, 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.
128 Ford St., West Conshohocken
Gypsy Saloon is turning their backyard into a beach — complete with boardwalk snacks — for this Alex’s Lemonade Stand fundraiser. Your $10 donation covers admission, discounted drinks and door prizes.
Manayunk EcoArts Festival
Saturday and Sunday,
11 a.m., Main Street from Levering to Lock streets
The second annual fest celebrates sustainable initiatives. Highlights this year include a clothing swap, a green fashion show and an eco-friendly car show.