Fringe salon at 1728 E. Passyunk Ave. is throwing a five-year anniversary party as part of Second Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. Music will include Dj sets by Greg Mungan and ‘On & On’ along with Gretchen Elise and her live band! On the walls will be collages and paintings by Dan Eells. And there’ll be booze and snacks.
In other Second Saturday news, B2 will be hosting an art show by local food illustrator Hawk Krall, whose images adorn the Hot Diggity menu and were part of a show at Home furnishings boutique a few months back. This time, the work will be South Philly street scenes.
The Renegade Theater company is putting on a play called “Bathtub Moby Dick” in an apartment at 1816 Wharton St., a space called Wharton Heights. 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 but for Passyunk Post readers, they are discounted to $10 if you buy them at the box office at the venue and use the code POST. There’s an ambiguous, wacky trailer here.
Speaking of wacky, since the Fringe Festival is still going on (check out the remaining South Philly options here), that means its infamous late-night cabaret is still going on too. This year it’s at the Underground Arts space at 12th and Callowhill. It’s free, has a bar, and each night of the week through the festival there is a different performance, usually including live music: Friday, something called God’s Gravy; Saturday, The Howling Men; Sunday, Pluto’s Stepchildren.
The Lower Moyamensing Civic Association is hosting a flea market at Broad and Snyder from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can donate sellable, intact items between 7 and 9 a.m. Expect “gently used household items, electronics, books, toys, collectibles, pictures & frames, and small appliances and furniture.” It’s a fundraiser for the civic’s effort, so stop by and buy something useless even if it’s only to support a good cause.