5 Things To Know This AM

Are you a die-hard Madonna fan? Of course you are! So there's no doubt you're eager to catch the world premiere of Madonna: The MDNA Tour this Saturday, June 22, at 8 p.m. For those who don't have access to a television, EPIC is offering a free fourteen-day trial for its online streaming service. How thoughtful! (EPIX)
For lovers of Shakespeare, pop music, and/or German Pilsner, the Chelsea Music Festival will be featuring all of the above – you haven't heard Macbeth until you've heard it remixed by The Frail Ophelias – at the Dillon Gallery tomorrow night. (Radeberger)
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Even better than a summer BBQ is a summer BeerBQs. Hudson will be hosting its first-ever barbecue and beer event featuring live music, craft beer, foosball matches, Southern style cocktails, and, of course, all the pulled pork, brisket, and spareribs you desire. (Hudson)
Rachel Comey is hosting a sample sale that will have you covered for the next two seasons. Summer '13 items will be up to 50% off and past season merchandise that will be up to 80% off. The event will take place 268 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince streets), on Thursday, June 27 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, June 28, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Rachel Comey)
The ever dapper menswear accessories brand hook + ALBERT is joining forces with Saks Fifth Avenue to present a limited edition "Pride" Lapel Flower in support of equality for the LGBT community and Live Out Loud. Pick yours up at Saks stores or online starting June 24, just in time for Pride Week. (hook + ALBERT)
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