To-do list for July 2-5

Posted: July 02, 2012

DANCE PARTY PRELUDE

Our favorite musical workaholic QuestLove can't even take a night off before America's birthday party. Instead, he's hosting "Philadelphia Sound Konnoisseurs,"  an all-night-before-July-Fourth dance party jam featuring some of Philly's finest spinnas: our major export Diplo, DJ Spinna, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ ?uesto (QuestLove's alt identity), plus ringer J Rocc of the West Coast Stones Throw All  Stars. Club Voyeur, 1221 St. James St., 9 p.m. Tuesday, $15, 215-735-5772, www.ticketmaster.com.

A FOXXY MOVE

As an A-plus-lister, actor-comic-vocalist, Jamie Foxx can spend the holiday week anywhere he chooses. And he's chosen to spend part of it in Atlantic City. Thursday and Friday, Caesars Atlantic City will host Foxx's second annual "Jamie Foxx's Foxxhole Comedy Jam." He'll headline two shows at the Circus Maximus theater and do "The Foxxhole," his Sirius/XM satellite radio show, live from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday. After his Friday stand-up set, he'll host the "Celebrity All-White Gala" at the Pool at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Caesars, Boardwalk at Arkansas Avenue, 8:30 p.m., $65-$95. Harrah's, 777 Harrah's Blvd., 10 p.m., $30. 800-736-1420, ticketmaster.com.

3-D ON THE FOURTH

In its 80-plus-year history, Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall has witnessed many a spectacle, but generally they've been inside the auditorium. Wednesday, the action moves outside as the Boardwalk-facing facade becomes a canvas for a spectacular 3-D light show created by Montreal-based Moment Factory. The free show can be seen nightly.

BENSUSAN SOUNDS

French-Algerian guitarist, singer/composer Pierre Bensusan melds world, classical, folk and a melodic thread of pop into his mesmerizing sound. Perfect for a summer Thursday evening at Sellersville Theater, 24 W. Temple Ave., Sellersville, 215-257-5808, st94.com.

ACROSS THE POND

Not cool, but not major dorks either, the boys of "The Inbetweeners," a British teen comedy, navigate the dangerous waters of high school through archetypes not often captured in TV. The boys hop across the pond this week to the Netflix streaming services.

— Daily News staff

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