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It’s a Music Five Weekend, with Outlaw Festival in Willie Nelson, Firefly, Making Time, Philly Arts & Music and Frantic City

Summer is over, but the outdoor music season isn’t over yet. In fact, it’s a five-day weekend, with Outlaw Festivals Willie Nelson in Camden, Firefly in Delaware, Make Time at Fort Mifflin, Philly Arts & Music at the Navy Yard and Frantic City in Atlantic City.

Firefly kicked off this year on September 22nd with Halsey and a bottom card of 100 Gecs and Philly’s Mannequin Pussy. My Chemical Romance, Weezer, Avril Lavigne, and rapper Philly Ivy Sole play Friday. Green Day titles Saturday, with Haim and Bleachers, Shows Sunday Dua Lipa, Charli XCX, T-Pain and Philly Party Band Snacktime, at Treehouse Stage at 2:30 p.m. $129 for one day to $2,699 for four days VIP passes. 12 p.m., 9/23-9-25, 1131 N. Dupont Highway, Dover, De. , fireflyfestival.com

American song giant Willie Nelson turns 89 this year. Outlaw Music Festival will play the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion with Chris Stapleton, a country music singer who precedes Nelson on stage. Also on the bill: Zach Bryan, the Oklahoma singer who released his double album America’s heartbreak In March, powerful singer Britney Spencer, sister duo Larkin Poe and Particle Kid, with Nelson’s son Mica. $69 – $189, 3:55 p.m., 9/23, One Harbor Blvd, Camden, blackbirdpresent.com

This would be great Callie Malone, Stockholm-based American composer who creates streamlined and captivating pipe organ music. With some help from Stephen O’Malley, she’ll play the organ in the upper sanctuary at the First Unitarian Church. $20, 7:30 p.m., 9/23, First Uniting Church, 2125 Chestnut Street, r5productions.com.

Raised by a Barbadian mother in Bristol, England, the black British singer has found her home in Nashville, where she records country music recordings produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. First, 2019 walk through fireIt received four Grammy Award nominations. Last few years stand up for myself Disco adds to the mix. West African singer Peter Wen opens. $30, 8 p.m., 9/23, Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia, 1009 Canal St. , brooklynbowl.com/phil Philadelphia.

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In 1971, New Orleans funk guitarist for The Meters made a James Taylor-style singer-songwriter album called another side. The album was shelved when The Meters’ career began and presumably the tapes were lost until 2019. The spotlight at Attic Records brought them out last year, and it will surprise “Cissy Strut” fans. $29-$49, 7 p.m., 9/25, Ardmore Music Hall, 23 East Lancaster Street, ardmoremusichall.com

Philadelphia DJ and electronic music producer Dave B. They may have outdone themselves with Making Time ∞, the two-day festival at Fort Mifflin, on the Delaware River, near the airport. More than twenty DJs and bands will play, including Avalon Emerson, Floating Points, Four Tate, Bicep, and bassist Philly Marie Lattimore. It should look and taste great, with lighting by Klip Collective, wine and tomato pie by Joe Beddia, and vendors including Middle Child, Dizengoff and Pitruco Pizza. Free shuttle buses leave from La Chinesca, 1036 Spring Garden St. $80 per day, $130 for two days, 1 p.m., 9/24-25, 6400 Hog Island Road, makingtimeisrad.com

The inaugural Philly Arts & Music Festival has a New Orleans address on Trombone Shorty and Orleans Street. Also on the bill: Philly party band Snacktime, West Philly Chill Moody, Don McCloskey, Voices in Power spoken word show, West Powelton Steppers & Drum Squad. Art galleries and stores such as the Harriet Library have stalls. $35-$60, 1 p.m., 9/24, Naval Showgrounds, Navy Yard, 4747 Broad Street, wellsfargocentephilly.com/philly-arts-music

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Yo La Tengo, Snail Mail, Rocket From the Crypt, Superchunk, Titus Andronicus, Shannon & the Clams, and Philly trio Control Top are on the beach at this 10-hour festival at the Orange Loop in Atlantic City. Hosted by comedian and musician Fred Armisen. The car seat headrest has been canceled due to an unspecified illness and has not been replaced. There is an after party with DJ Jonathan Toubin at Anchor Rock Club. Buy it: $95, 12 noon, 9/24, 120 S. New York Ave, Atlantic City, franticcitynj.com

Kentucky songwriter Joanne Shelley creates soft music that stirs passion and conflict beneath the surface. Her great seventh album, spear, Released in June on Philadelphia’s No Quarter label, it evokes Celtic folk music, English and Appalachian high solo music. Wed opens Knudsen. Buy it: $20-$22, 8 p.m., 9/24, World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street, WorldCafeLive.com

The double bill from influential electronic gangs in the 1980s was paid for by the pandemic twice. But finally Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe of the witty, persistent Pet Shop Boys, and Bernard Butler of Joy Division’s New Order-driven successors, were on the road on their own unit tour. The two works alternate as major parties, and in Mann, the new order will last. Paul Oakenfold opens. $34-$750, 6:30 p.m., 9/25, Mann Center for the Performing Arts, 5201 Parkside Ave. , manncenter.org.

Brandon Flowers of The Killers wore a Springsteen effect up his sleeve last year pressing machine, a ruminant, bomb-free group paints a picture of a small western town based on breeding flowers in Nihi, Nevada. It’s surprising how well it works; Maybe it’s not terribly deep, but it’s deeply palpable and sympathetic. And don’t worry, they’ll be playing “Mr. Bright Side.” Johnny Marr opens. $34.25 – $124.25, 7:30 p.m., 9/27, Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. , wellsfargocenterphilly.com

Great Guitar King Crimson Robert Fripp has been on a talking tour with his manager for many years. They’ll answer questions — about Frippertronics Fripp’s experiences, his Guitar Circle program, sampled by Kanye West, and Robert & Toyah’s Sunday Lunch, the YouTube series with his wife Toya Wilcox that made him a viral sensation. $58-$95, 8 p.m., 9/28, City Winery Philadelphia, 990 Filbert St. , citywinery.com/phil Philadelphia.

Singer, rapper, flautist, and positivity distributor comes to South Philly. her new album Special , that comes after the outbreak of 2019 Cuz I love youHe has produced two singles, “About Damn Time” and “Grrrls”, the latter of which is one of four songs he has featured in Philadelphia-born producer Pop Wansel. Lateto opened. $69.50 – $129.50, 8 p.m., 9/29, Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. , wellsfargocenterphilly.com


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