5 things to do this weekend in NYC, Nov. 27-30 - Metro US

5 things to do this weekend in NYC, Nov. 27-30

Evil Dead the Musical
Peter Coombs

Thanksgiving Dinner Cruise
Nov. 27, 4 p.m.
The Water Table, 10 India St. (India St. Pier)
$90, thewatertablenyc.com

Take your Thanksgiving dinner out to sea and spend it with Lady Liberty beneath the seagulls. Enjoy a roasted turkey with all the fixings, good company and delicious pie.

Living Colour
Nov. 28, 7 p.m.
Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Place
$34.50, irvingplaza.com

It’s been a long week and it seems like ending your stressful Black Friday shopping with a little “Cult of Personality” is the only appropriate way to do it. The Grammy-winning New York City natives are in town for a night of rocking so let off some steam and dance the night away.

Small Business Cider-day
Nov. 29, all day
Greene Grape Pip-up Shop, 680 Fulton St., Fort Greene
Free, greenegrape.com

Greene Grape’s Holiday Pop-up is back this year and kicking off Small Business Saturday. They’ll be giving away free hot cider and treats to everyone who comes by the shop because Cider-day is much more fun than just any old Saturday. While there, be sure to check out their unique collection of gifts that range from local foodie ephemera to housewares and beyond from artisans like R&S scullery, Fleabag, OFF DUTY NYC, Ochre Objects and more.

‘Evil Dead the Musical’
Nov. 29-30, 3 p.m.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center St., Newark
$49.50-$99.50, evildeadthemusical.com

Here’s something special if you’re a Deadhead. No no, not like Grateful Dead — an “Evil Dead” musical approved by Bruce Campbell himself, complete with choreography, tunes and your favorite cult movie story ever.

The Prince and Michael Experience
Nov. 29, 9:30 p.m.
B.B. Kings, 237 W. 42 St.
$15-$20, bbkingblues.com

DJ Dave Paul, proprietor of hip-hop label Bomb Records, is coming in all the way from San Francisco to party like it’s 1999 but as if it were 1984 – dig it? He’ll be spinning jams from Michael Jackson and Prince’s heyday (the early ‘80s ) as you don your Raspberry Beret, do a Thriller dance and find out what it sounds like When Doves Cry.

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