Music Guild’s Fall Concert, ‘Pan,’ and ‘Steve Jobs’ This Weekend In Arts

Music Guild Fall Concert

(Saturday, 7 P.M.)

The Kellehers, Phenom V, Juice, and many more will be playing at the Boston College Music Guild’s Fall Concert this Saturday evening. The concert will be put on in the Vanderslice Cabaret Room. The show is free and there will complementary food as well.

Mark Knopfler

(Friday, 7:30 P.M.)

British guitarist and film composer Mark Knopfler will be playing at the Orpheum Theater in Boston this Friday evening. Tickets can be purchased leading up to the concert at orpheum.ticketsalesoffice.com.

Opposite of Loneliness

(Sunday, 7 P.M.)

Essays and selections from the late Marina Keegan’s The Opposite of Loneliness will be read by several of her professors from Yale this Sunday evening at the Harvard Coupe. Admission to the event is free.

 Owl City

(Monday, 7 P.M.)

Adam Young’s electronica project, Owl City, will be coming to Boston Monday evening (Colombus Day). The band will be playing at the Paradise Rock Club. Tickets can be bought on owlcitymusic.com.

‘Pan’

(Opens Friday)

The reimagined origins story of Peter Pan and Captain Hook hits theaters this Friday. The reboot stars Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard, Levi Miller as Peter Pan, and Amanda Seyfried as Mary.

Patti Smith

(Saturday, 7 P.M.)

Patti Smith, an American singer-songwriter and poet, will be playing at the Back Bay Events Center this Saturday night. Tickets for the performance can be purchased at the Harvard Book Store website.

‘Steve Jobs’

(Limited Release)

Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogen, and Kate Winslet star in this biopic about the iconic Apple co-founder and figurehead. The film goes behind the scenes of three product launches leading up to the release of the iMac in 1998.

’99 Homes’

(Opens Friday)

Dennis Nash, a single father is evicted from his home by the ruthless businessman, Rick Carver, who offers Dennis his only chance to win back his home. The movie stars Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon.

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