SUNDAY

Puerto Rican Day Parade

Celebrate Latino culture through music, dance, poetry, and more at this lively gathering. More than 1,000 marchers perform on the Parkway for the annual event.

12:30 to 2:30 p.m., Benjamin Franklin Parkway, free, 215-627-3100, elconcilio.net

MONDAY

Leon Bridges

Texas soul singer Bridges brings his vintage, silky smooth blend of R&B and blues to Fishtown's Fillmore Philadelphia.

7 p.m. Fillmore Philadelphia, 29 E. Allen St., $76 and up for resale tickets, 215-309-0150, thefillmorephilly.com

Leon Bridges, the soul-singer Rolling Stone named as one of the “10 New Artists You Need to Know,” performing at the 2016 Wawa Welcome America concert.
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Leon Bridges, the soul-singer Rolling Stone named as one of the “10 New Artists You Need to Know,” performing at the 2016 Wawa Welcome America concert.

TUESDAY

Love Never Dies

The touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to Phantom of the Opera arrives in town for eight performances as part of the Broadway Philadelphia lineup.

7:30 p.m. with additional dates through Oct. 7, Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad St., $20 to $134, 215-893-1999, kimmelcenter.org

WEDNESDAY

The Monster in the Hall

A funny musical romp through the decidedly complicated life of a very unusual teenage girl.

7 p.m. Inis Nua Theatre, 302 S. Hicks St., $25, 215-454-9776, inisnuatheatre.org

The cast of “The Monster in the Hall,” by Inis Nua, Oct. 3-21.
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The cast of “The Monster in the Hall,” by Inis Nua, Oct. 3-21.

THURSDAY

DesignPhiladelphia

From fashion shows to studio tours to panel discussions and workshops, more than 100 events are lined up for this citywide celebration. The 10-day affair is said to be the oldest of its kind.

Exhibit gallery 3 to 7 p.m. at Bok Bar, 800 Mifflin St., free, other events through Oct. 13 at various locations, designphiladelphia.org

FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Midtown Village Fall Festival

Head to this massive block party to enjoy a day of live music, shopping, al fresco food and drinks, and plenty of activities for the little ones. The free festival goes on from noon to night.

Noon to 8 p.m. 13th and Sansom Streets, pay as you go, 215-670-4323, midtownvillagephilly.org

Philadelphia Museum of Dance

A free six-hour performance by French choreographer Boris Charmatz puts bits of movement throughout the Barnes galleries. You don't need to stay for all six hours, although the most intriguing-sounding work is at the end, a response to the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks.

3 to 9 p.m. Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, free, 215-278-7000, charmatz.westphal.drexel.edu

Philadelphia Museum of Dance.
Boris Charmatz Dance
Philadelphia Museum of Dance.