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What’s Hot in the City August 27-30th

Colette Greenstein
Colette Greenstein has been a contributing arts & entertainment writer for the Banner since 2009. VIEW BIO
What’s Hot in the City August 27-30th
Lenny Kravitz

Tonight and Friday, don’t miss your chance to sample area restaurants in Boston and in Cambridge as part of the annual Summer Dine Out Boston. For a list of participating restaurants, visit www.bostonusa.com/visit/dineoutboston/

Also tonight, the ICA presents Harborwalk Sounds with indie-rock band Iris Lune beginning at 6 p.m.

Admission: Free; www.icaboston.org.

Brighton Music Hall presents singer, songwriter and producer Alice Smith this Friday at 8 p.m. Tickets: $20; www.ticketmaster.com.

The Caribbean comes to Boston with the annual Caribbean Carnival parade this Saturday beginning at 1 p.m at Warren Street and M.L.K. Boulevard in Roxbury with revelers dressed in vibrant and colorful costumes traveling on Blue Hill Avenue to Franklin Park Zoo. The day is filled with music, Caribbean cuisine, and arts & crafts. Admission: Free; www.bostoncarnivalvillage.com.

On Saturday, Lenny Kravitz performs at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $56-$130.00; www.bluehillsbankpavilion.net.

Chris Brown and his “One Hell of a Nite Tour!” arrive at the Xfinity Center this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with special guests Kid Ink, Omarion, Fetty Wap and Teyana Taylor. Tickets: $33 for General Lawn Admission; Open Air seating: 52+; Covered Pavilion: $75+; www.thexfinitycenter.com.

Known as the “Feast of All Feasts” the annual St. Anthony’s Feast concludes this Sunday on Endicott, Thatcher and North Margin streets in the North End. The grand procession begins at 12 noon and there’ll be entertainment and 100 pushcarts offering Italian food throughout the afternoon.