Stop by Bartram’s Garden on the final day of this buzzy event for local honey, arts and crafts, a plant sale, talks from beekeepers, and open hive demonstrations. There’s limited parking for $5, so biking and public transit may be the best bet.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bartram’s Garden, 5400 Lindbergh Blvd., free, phillyhoneyfest.com
The former frontman of the Smiths hits Camden with post-punk band Interpol, which released its sixth studio album, Marauder, last summer.
7:30 p.m., BB&T Pavilion, 1 Harbour Blvd., Camden, $25 and up, 856-365-1300, livenation.com
This cinematic celebration of felines debuted last December in New York City to sold-out crowds. Though a portion of the proceeds go to animal welfare nonprofits, don’t worry: This is not an elongated SPCA commercial. Each work ends on a happy note, so the only tears you’ll be shedding will be of joy.
7 to 9 p.m., Ritz Five, 214 Walnut St., $15, 215-440-1184, catfilmfestival.com
The Album of the Year Grammy award-winner hits the Met after playing a sold-out concert at the Fillmore earlier this year. Unsurprisingly, this one’s sold out as well.
8 p.m., the Met Philadelphia, 858 N. Broad St., sold out but resale tickets available, 800-653-8000, themetphilly.com
Bring a blanket to the Rail Park for stargazing. But that’s not the only thing going on there — you can also catch a performance by BalletX, attend outdoor workshops with REI and check out a space talk with Dr. Gary Bernstein, a Penn professor of astronomy and astrophysics.
6 to 10 p.m., the Rail Park, Noble and North Broad Streets, free, 215-440-5500, therailpark.org
The Japanese holiday Otsukimi celebrates the harvest moon, and this swank party at Shofuso includes viewing tables decorated with Japanese pampas grass and tsukimi-dango (rice dumplings). Guests can also enjoy cocktails, bento boxes, and live musical performances. Cocktail attire is required.
7 to 9 p.m., Friday, Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives, $100 per person, 215-878-5097, japanphilly.org
This jewelry-centric block party celebrating the country’s oldest diamond district has it all — sparkly baubles, food offerings and family-friendly activities for the little ones.