Get Hart at Target Center

He might be small in stature, but Kevin Hart is one of the biggest comedians in the game. After starring in this year's "The Wedding Ringer" and "Get Hard" with Will Ferrell, Hart embarked on a sprawling five-month arena tour, landing at the Target Center on Friday. According to Billboard, his current What Now? Tour could become the highest-grossing comedy tour ever and will make him the first comedian to headline a stadium when it ends at Lincoln Financial Field in his native Philadelphia.

7 p.m. Fri., $39.50-$109, 600 1st Av. N., Mpls., 612-673-1600,

Black Forest celebrates 50

This weekend the Black Forest Inn hoists a stein to its 50th anniversary. The Eat Street German joint officially hits the half-century mark Friday, but parties basically nonstop through Sunday. Festivities spill out into its parking lot and include ghost tours, Werner Herzog film screenings, a homebrewers' kegs and eggs breakfast, plus a fashion show and live music from Southside Aces, Spider John Koerner, the Cafe Accordion Orchestra and more. Oh, and beer.

6 p.m. Fri. through Sun., 1 E. 26th St., Mpls., 612-872-0423,

Beer and Bacon Fest

With the 20th annual Art-a-Whirl taking over northeast Minneapolis this weekend, Stanley's Northeast Bar Room returns its ancillary Beer and Bacon Fest for the second year. Besides limitless samples of more than 100 beers and porky breakfast meat that people are overly enthusiastic about, the Saturday block party features live music, hand-rolled cigars and hammerschlagen.

2-5 p.m. Sat., $45-$60, 2500 University Av. NE., Mpls., 612-788-2529,

Michael Rietmulder