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Our team rounds up the best of arts and culture for the weekend ahead.
Fall is in full swing with winter right on its heels. Resist the urge to stay inside by getting out to visit these artsy events going down this weekend.
Plus, check out Roxbury's artistic talent at Art Under One Roof and go to the ICA's First Friday.
Keep reading for some fun things to check out before the Monday morning blues hit you.
Plus, the BSO is hosting a concert in Dorchester and Oberon is putting on "Cirque of the Dead" just in time for Halloween.
Plus, SpeakEasy is staging "Choir Boy" and you could get a sneak peak of the Boston Asian American Film Festival.
Plus, the Peabody Essex Museum opens its new wing and the Boston Women's Film Festival brings women-created and women-centric films to area theaters.
Seriously, if you want some interesting and unique things to do to this weekend while you enjoy the crisp, biting tongue of autumn, keep reading.
Plus, Cliff Notez celebrates the release of his new album at the Oberon and the Peabody Museum hosts a collection of animated shorts in indigenous languages of Mexico.
Plus, a femme music festival and a golden anniversary art exhibit.
Plus, Billy Porter's musical "The Purists" is at the Huntington and the first comprehensive retrospective of Julie S. Graham is at Tufts.
Plus, check out the first-ever Rockport Celtic Festival and stay on the North Shore for Gloucester's Riverfest Music Festival, featuring Guster.
Plus, Mattapan is hosting its final summer festival at Ryan Playground for the season and Cliff Odle's play about slavery's complicated history in Massachusetts is at the Old State House.
Plus, the African Festival of Boston is back on the Common and rapper Oompa releases a new album at The Sinclair.
We're officially in the month of August which means there's only a few more summer weekends left!
Plus, catch Company One's immersive "Greater Good" inside a Back Bay school and see an exhibit of Hyman Bloom's terrifyingly beautiful paintings at the MFA.
Plus, Festival Betances is happening at Villa Victoria and Doug Aitken's reflective hot air balloon is scheduled to take flight at the deCordova.
Plus, Levitate Music and Arts Fest is happening all weekend in Marshfield and it's your last chance to catch "Tea at Five" on stage in Boston.
Plus, Queen Latifah headlines the Boston Pops annual Fourth of July extravaganza and Zumix is hosting its summer concert in East Boston.
Plus, there's a maximalist exhibit at the ICA and Providence is celebrating women in animation.
Plus, BAMS Fest is back in Franklin Park and Harvard celebrates the Summer Solstice on Friday night.