A look at Windsor-Essex entertainment from Jan. 12 - Jan. 15.

Sarah Silverman

Two-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Silverman will perform on The Colosseum stage at Caesars Windsor on Saturday at 9 p.m. Silverman dove into politics on a national stage leading up to the U.S. presidential election, speaking at the democratic convention. Now the actress and comedienne is putting her efforts in getting laughs. She was most recently seen starring in The Lonely Island’s “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping” and will next be seen in both “The Book of Henry” and “Battle of the Sexes.” Tickets start at $35 Canadian and are still available.

Boogie Wonder Band 

It’s time to get funky at the Chrysler Theatre.  Boogie Wonder Band is bringing a disco party to town on Friday night. This Montreal-based band consists of 10 musicians , who are celebrating 20 years of success. The show features 70’s music, crazy costumes and choreography. Tickets are available online or at the Chrysler Theatre box office.

The King’s Birthday Bash

Tributes to Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash at The King’s Birthday Bash on Saturday Jan. 14 at the Chatham Cultural Centre.  Three performers - Jason Turcotte James Gibb and Frank Cross - will take you all on a journey to witness the everlasting sound of these two legends. Tickets are available at www.cktickets.com or 1-866-807-7770.

Concert for Kids

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra is bringing back Concerts for Kids. Organizers say the 45-minute shows are ideal for elementary-age children. The performances will feature a woodwind quintet. Show times are 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturday at The Capitol Theatre. Tickets are just $5 and can be purchased online or at the Capitol Theatre box office.