Things to do in Boston this week
Kesha and Macklemore perform in the Boston area this week. Photo by Getty Images

Need some ideas for fun things to do in Boston this week? From concerts and cruises to movies and trivia night, we've got you covered.

Things to do in Boston this week

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'Stranger Things'-themed trivia night

If you're a master of the Upside Down and know all things related to Demogorgons, Eleven and the gang, then head to Back Bay Social on Monday. The restaurant is hosting a "Stranger Things"-themed trivia night, as well as a $10 build-your-own burger promotion, complete with gift cards, swag and more.

 

July 23, 8 p.m.-11 p.m., Back Bay Social, 867 Boylston St., Boston, free, 21+, eventbrite.com

Share the Harbor

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is hosting a number of free events this summer, including a special promotion where guests can take a free cruise to Georges or Spectacle Island aboard Bay State Cruise Company's Provincetown II ship.Share the  Harbor cruises depart on Mondays at  10 a.m . from the World Trade Center dock in the Seaport. Reservations for the trips can be made online.

July 23, Aug 6 and 13, World Trade Center dock, Boston, savetheharbor.org

Amber Tamblyn

The acclaimed actress and author is taking over the Brattle Theatre this week for a conversation about her debut novel "Any Man" with fellow writer Jaclyn Friedman. Tuesday night's event also includes a book signing with Tamblyn.

July 24, 6 p.m., Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St., Cambridge, $5+, harvard.com

Kesha and Macklemore

Two of music's biggest stars are coming to the Bay State this week. See Kesha and Macklemore bring the house down at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield when their joint tour comes to Massachusetts on Tuesday night.

July 24, 7 p.m., Xfinity Center, 885 S Main St., Mansfield, $37+, livenation.com

'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Fans can enjoy a free, outdoor screening of the Indiana Jones adventure flick this week. Stop by the Rose Kennedy Greenway on Tuesday night to see this Steven Spielberg classic as part of the park's special film series in conjunction with the Coolidge Corner Theatre.

July 24, 8 p.m., Greenway's Wharf District Park, Boston, free, rosekennedygreenway.org