Tonight’s Concert Picks: Ursula Rucker at Germantown Kitchen Garden, PVRIS at the Electric Factory, Chicano Batman at TLA

Ursula Rucker | Photo by John Vettese

Before the weather gets cold, spoken-word artist Ursula Rucker closes out Germantown Kitchen Garden’s Golden Hour Concert Series tonight with an intimate outdoor performance. The Philly native’s latest project is one-woman show My Father’s Daughter, to be staged in New York this month. Ivy Sole and Osiris Wildfire are also playing, and the event features a potluck dinner before the music starts. Find more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

In the middle of a huge world tour, alt-rock trio PVRIS (pronounced just like the French city) make a stop at the Electric Factory in support of their recent sophomore album All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell. PVRIS are known for their work with the Ally Coalition, and a portion of ticket sales will benefit the organization and their work in supporting LGBTQ youth. Flint Eastwood and Lights also play; find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.

Los Angeles psychedelic- and funk-inspired soul pop outfit Chicano Batman take the stage at the TLA tonight, their long-awaited return to the Philly area following this summer’s XPN Fest appearance. They’re touring behind recent album Freedom Is Free, and will be joined by Khruangbin and The Shacks. Watch the group’s NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert below, and find tickets and more information on the XPN Concert Calendar.



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