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Good afternoon Boston, here is your list of things to do this weekend, April 4th - April 7th

Enjoy your weekend Boston! If you ever have anything you’d like to see added, please feel free to reach out using the contact link at the bottom.


‘Perfect Days’ Screening @ MFA @ 7M *Part of the UNIQLO Festival of Films from Japan

Candlelight: A Tribute to Beyoncé in Concert @ First Church Cambridge @ 7PM Hear Queen B’s classics and newest hits reimagined by Rasa String Quartet.

Candlelight: A Tribute to Pink Floyd n Concert @ First Church Cambridge @ 9PM Pink Floyd’s greatest songs classically performed!

A Tribute to Lana Del Rey @ MoS @ 7:30PM Legendary chanteuse Niki Luparelli returns to light up the planetarium with her hit tribute show to the one and only Lana Del Rey!


First Fridays @ MFA @ 6PM Kick-off a new month with other art enthusiasts and participate in art making activities, hear special curator talks, and relax to music from DJ Slick Vick.

First Fridays: Under The Sea @ ICA @ 6PM Dive into an underwater extravaganza featuring art, drinks, and music with oceanside views.

‘The Voyage of Edgar Allan Poe’ Opera @ Huntington Theatre @ 7:30PM Odyssey Opera presents the story of Boston-born writer and poet Edgar Allan Poe as he plans to sail to Baltimore on a ‘voyage of discovery.’

Handel + Haydn Society: Bach in Concert @ Symphony Hall @ 7:30PM Feel your heart skip a beat as the first chords of Bach’s choral masterpiece, Mass in B-Minor, transform Symphony Hall into a cathedral.

Candlelight: A Tribute to Green Day and Blink-182 in Concert @ First Church Cambridge @ 7PM Enjoy 90s and 00s punk rock hits performed in classical arrangement.

Candlelight: A Tribute to Coldplay in Concert @ First Church Cambridge @ 9PM Beacon Street Quartet performs Coldplay’s biggest and most beloved hits in classical interpretation!

Too Many Zooz @ Royale @ 6PM With Michael Wilbur


Beyond the Spectrum Kids: Musical Masterpieces @ MFA @ 10:30AM Kids enter the vibrant world of musical masterpieces and discover how melodies, rhythms, and emotions inspire artists.


Alan Ruck Live + ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Screening @ Emerson Colonial Theatre @ 7PM Join Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominee Alan Ruck for a screening of the classic 80s film ‘Ferris Bueller's Day Off,’ followed by a lively conversation and audience Q&A.

Handel + Haydn Society: Bach in Concert @ Symphony Hall @ 3PM Feel your heart skip a beat as the first chords of Bach’s choral masterpiece, Mass in B-Minor, transform Symphony Hall into a cathedral.


FRIDAY & SATURDAY - Vertigo Dance Company Performance @ Shubert Theatre @ 8PM Renowned Vertigo company returns to Boston with their newest dance production exploring the notions of community, home, balance, and unity.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY - ‘Descendants’ Musical @ NSMT Based on Disney’s most iconic stories, the musical follows children of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, and Cruella De Vil as they venture into the real world.

All weekend - Ringling Bros. Circus @ Agganis Arena The reimagined Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® invites children of all ages to a spectacle of superhuman feats and thrills!

All weekend - Boston Turkish Film Festival @ MFA Celebrating both recognized Turkish filmmakers and newcomers to the 23rd-annual Boston Turkish Film Festival.

All weekend - Wicked Queer Film Festival Wicked Queer celebrates the latest in queer cinema, bringing the best contemporary films, by, for, and about the LGBTQ+ community to various venues in Boston.

All weekend - ‘Prometheus | Music for the Senses’ Concert @ Symphony Hall The BSO presents a unique and thrilling concert program of vivid contrasts, performing music of Anna Clyne, Wagner, and Scriabin and Liszt’s versions of ‘Prometheus.’

All weekend - ‘La Tragedie de Carmen’ Opera @ Arrow Street Arts Boston Opera Collaborative presents the powerful and seductive ‘La Tragédie de Carmen, ‘a Peter Brook adaptation of Bizet’s classic ‘Carmen.’

All weekend - ‘Mrs. Krishnan’s Party’ Show @ Black Box Theatre LAST CHANCE - Step into the back room of Mrs Krishnan’s convenience store where actors juggle cooking, music, audiences and heart-felt drama.

All weekend - ‘Company’ Musical @ Citizens Bank Opera House A revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s groundbreaking musical comedy, this new bold and insightful production follows Bobbie, a single woman navigating adulthood in the 21st century.

All weekend - ‘Jagged Little Pill’ Musical @ Hanover Theatre From an award-winning production team comes a fearless and electrifying musical based on Alanis Morissette’s world-changing music.

All weekend - ‘Without You’ Musical @ Calderwood Pavilion See this new musical based on Anthony Rapp’s New York Times best-selling memoir of love, loss, and the musical ‘Rent.’

All weekend - ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ Play @ Lyric Stage This bubbly love letter to musical theater sparkles with one show-stopper after another, story mix-ups, mayhem, and a wedding (or two).


Ongoing - Winteractive @ Downtown This free, walkable art experience features 16 artworks and interactive play elements in downtown Boston.

Ongoing - Immersive Disney Animation @ Boch Center Step into the art and legacy of Walt Disney Animation Studios and celebrate the music, artistry and animation from the creators of Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Big Hero 6 and many more.

Ongoing - Musical Shows @ MoS PlanetariumMuseum of Science puts on special experiences adapting the music of Pink Floyd, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and The Divas to immersive visuals in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.

Ongoing - ‘Firelei Báez’ Exhibition @ ICA NEW - One of the most exciting painters of her generation, Báez explores the multilayered legacy of colonial histories and the African diaspora in the Caribbean and beyond.

Ongoing - ‘Wordplay’ Exhibition @ ICA Highlighting the rich interplay between imagery and text, the exhibition showcases how contemporary artists have played with words to animate and expand their art practices.

Ongoing - ‘Hallyu! The Korean Wave’ Exhibition @ MFA Enjoy an immersive and multisensory journey through Korea’s fascinating history, and celebrate its contemporary vibrant creative force.

Ongoing - ‘ Dinorá Justice: The Lay of the Land’ Exhibition @ MFA In her multidisciplinary works, Brazilian American artist Dinorá Justice uses a distinct visual vocabulary to examine intertwined histories of gender, landscape, and visual culture.

Ongoing - ‘Mondrian: Foundations’ Exhibition @ MFA The exhibition presents 28 paintings and works on paper, primarily from Mondrian’s early career, that trace the artist’s explorations as he progressed from realistic traditions to experimental abstractions.

Ongoing - ‘Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party’ Exhibition @ MFA This exhibition brings together 27 powerful photographs by Stephen Shames that feature the women of the Black Panther party and showcase their crucial work for the movement.

Ongoing - ‘Thinking Small: Dutch Art to Scale’ Exhibition @ MFA Featuring 15 intriguing objects from 17th-century Netherlands such as paintings, prints, silver medals, and books, this exhibition compels viewers to reconsider their relationship to the world around them.

Ongoing - ‘Raqib Shaw: Ballads of East and West’ Exhibition @ ISG Museum Shaw’s images of magic and mystery combine Western artistic tradition with ornamental elements derived from the Japanese, Persian, and Indian cultures that he vividly remembers from his youth.

Ongoing - ‘Picasso: War, Combat, and Revolution’ Exhibition @ Harvard Art Museums The exhibition explores the dictator Francisco Franco’s Spain, imagery of death, struggles of good and evil, political and artistic revolution, and issues of desire and capture.

Ongoing - ‘Our Time on Earth’ Exhibition @ Peabody Essex Museum This traveling exhibition from the Barbican Centre in London celebrates the power of global creativity to transform the conversation around the climate emergency.

Ongoing - ‘AI: Mind the Gap’ Exhibition @ MIT MuseumMIT Museum presents its latest riveting, interactive exhibit exploring the tremendous promise, unforeseen impacts, and everyday misconceptions of AI.

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