Pops And Boston Calling Arrive This Weekend In Arts

  • Boston Calling

    (Friday through Sunday)

Three-day passes and daily tickets are still available for Boston Calling’s epic lineup this weekend. Come see the Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Of Mice And Men, CHVRCHES, and many more perform at City Hall Plaza.

  • Gaelic Roots

    (Thursday, 6:30 p.m.)

The Theology & Ministry Library auditorium on Boston College’s Brighton Campus will ring with traditional Celtic music this Thursday. Rose, Eugene, and John Clancy will be performing. Admission is free.

  • ‘The Intern’

    (Opens Friday)

Seventy-year-old widower Ben Whittaker (Robert de Niro) finds himself bored and lonely in retirement and joins an online fashion publisher run by Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway) as a senior intern.

  • Josh Groban

    (Friday, 8 p.m.)

Singer-songwriter and multi-platinum artist Josh Groban will be performing at the Wang Theatre this Friday night. He will be presenting selections from his upcoming album, Stages. Tickets are available at citicenter.org.

  • Madonna

    (Saturday, 8 p.m.)

Eighties pop-sensation Madonna will be performing at the TD Garden in Boston this weekend. She will be playing from her collection of hits as well as songs off her latest album. Tickets are available to tdgarden.com.

  • ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’

    (Opens Friday)

Worried that his half-human grandson isn’t going to grow up to be a vampire when he’s older, Dracula (Adam Sandler) gathers his monster friends to help him bring out the true ghoul in his grandson before time runs out.

  • Pops On The Heights

    (Friday, 8 p.m.)

Lisa Fischer, Darlene Love, and Judith Hill, featured in the 2013 Academy Award winning film, Twenty Feet From Stardom, will be performing this year’s Pops on the Heights as a part of the Parents Weekend program this weekend.

  • ‘Sicario’

    (Limited Opening)

Mexican drug cartels are wreaking havoc on both sides of the border. Deciding that the terror must end, the U.S. government sends a joint task force to disrupt or diminish the cartel’s presence along the border.

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