1. Il Divo, 8 p.m. Friday, Akron Civic Theatre, 182 S. Main St., $51.50-$127, 330-253-2488, www.ticket master.com
The four clean-shaven, strong chinned semi-operatic dudes who compose the wildly successful Il Divo bring their latest magnum opus “A Musical Affair-The Greatest Songs of Broadway Live” to the Civic featuring Great White Way classics such as “Some Enchanted Evening” and of course “Don't Cry for Me Argentina.” The quartet will be joined by opener Lea Salonga.
2. Glendale Cemetery 175th Anniversary Rededication Ceremony, 10:45 a.m. Friday, Glendale Cemetery, 150 Glendale Ave., free, www.glendaleakron.com
The local cemetery filled with interesting headstones (particularly for folks who find Civil War-era headstones interesting) celebrates 175 years of storing the remains of loved ones. To commemorate, there will be a funeral procession from the old Perkins Square (downtown Akron near Children’s Hospital) to the cemetery featuring the Freedom Brass Band of Northeast Ohio and a ceremony at the Civil War Memorial Chapel.
3. Urban Luau V, 7:30 p.m., Friday, Musica, 51 E. Market St., $10, liveat musica.com
Yep, it's time for a night of warm, reggae grooves provided by two of the best reggae acts in the area — Cleveland King of Reggae Carlos Jones and Akron’s own Umojah Nation. There will also be Hawaiian-themed food available courtesy of Urban Eats. And don’t worry, someone is going to play a Bob Marley song.
4. Akron Women’s Expo, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, John S. Knight Center, 77 E. Mill St. $7, children under 12, free,
“Because you deserve a day just for you!” goes the event's tagline. Among the activities available to you on your day will be exhibitors with cooking demonstrations, beauty and home products, free spa treatments, the Rubber City Rollergirls, fashion shows, wellness talks and shopping. The Expo is produced by the female-owned Pinnacle Events & Expos and there will be a raffle benefiting the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, so there will be no grousing about how most of the activities seem to jive with longstanding stereotypes of what grown women may want to do with a day that’s just for them!
5. Mick Foley, 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., Friday, the Funny Stop, 1757 State Road, Cuyahoga Falls, $10, 330-923-4700, www. funnystop.com
Mick Foley, perhaps still better known as former WWE world champion and hall of famer “Mankind,” who has settled into a nice post-wrasslin’ career as a comedian/storyteller and author of nearly a dozen books including his best-selling memoir “Have a Nice Day,” brings stories from his 28 years of manhandling and being manhandled inside and outside of the wrestling ring by other equally large people.