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Fête de la Musique
What: Revel like the French (beret optional) at a street fair replete with a strong man, mime, and stilt-walkers, and then listen to The Bearded Ladies and Philly Musette trill Edith Piaf tunes inside Liberté.
Why: Say oui to free made-to-order crepes.
When: Today, 4-7 p.m.
Where: Sofitel Philadelphia, 120 S. 17th St.
Bus Stop’s Fit for a Queen Party
What: Fellow Brit Elena Brennan commemorates Her Highness’s 60 years on the throne with sponge cake, punch, and ’50s tunes.
Why: Wear a hat and get 15 percent off footwear lines like Gola, Bensimon, and J Shoes.
When: Fri., 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: 727 S. Fourth St. (215-627-2357).
What: Use your iPhone to mix site-specific audio pieces, attend a block party held in honor of a super creature, and view John J.H. Phillips’s video art installation at the interactive arts and community event.
Why: South Philly actors stage a play inside a funeral home.
When: Thru June 30.
Where: Schedule and locations at commotionphilly.org. Participation is free.
What: Birra’s addictive pizza (it’s impossible to pass up a mac ’n’ cheese pie) is now available at its new Old City sister site.
Why: Acquaint yourself with the meatballs and braised short ribs, too.
When: Thurs.-Sun., 5 p.m.-2 a.m.
Where: 239-241 Chestnut St. (215-238-9983).
Photo: Courtesy of The Bearded Ladies