Free events take place throughout downtown from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m., Saturday, June 11. Activities include street performers, music, stilt-walkers, living statues and vendors. A "Soul Stage" debuts in a patio off the alley behind the King Tut exhibit at the corner of Congress Street and Fifth Avenue. Featured performers are Kevin and Tanisha Hamilton. Mention "Soul Celebration" at the King Tut exhibit and get 2-for-1 admission. Regular admission is $18; $14 military, student with ID and senior; $10 child age 6 to 13; free child younger than 5 or in a wheelchair. Adults get $3 off with two donations for the Community Food Bank. Music on the main stage on Scott Street just south of Congress Street includes Toby Chivers and Deceptively Innocent, 5:45 p.m.; Odaiko Sonora; 6:45 p.m.; The Clam Tostada, 7:45 p.m.; and Roll Acosta, 9:15 p.m. A wizarding event takes place at Hotel Congress (311 E. Congress St.) from 5 to 9 p.m., with a performance by kid-rock band Harry and the Potters, appearances by several Hogwarts characters, and sales of wizarding paraphernalia and butter beer. A kids' area immediately east of the Chase Bank building (2 E. Congress St.) features a jumping castle and a screening of the film The Sound of Music. Paid performances include Weird Al Yankovic at the Fox Theatre (17 W. Congress St.) at 8 p.m., $44 to $106; and the multimedia a theatrical performance art-rock concert The Portal at the Rialto Theatre (318 E. Congress St.), $16, $13 advance. Visit 2ndsaturdays.com for more information.