Big 3: top entertainment events of Saturday and Sunday

1. Comiquecon 2015 at Arab American National Museum

A celebration of women in the world of graphic novels and comics, ComiqueCon has workshops, panels and appearances by creators like Nicole Georges (“Calling Dr. Laura”), Mikki Kendall (“Swords of Sorrow”) and illustrator Marguerite Sauvage. 10 a.m. today. $10 and up. 13624 Michigan, Dearborn. comiquecon.com.

2. Don Henley at Fox Theatre

Best known as the lead singer, drummer and co-founder of the Eagles, the best-selling American band of all time, Don Henley also has had a successful solo career with the songs “Dirty Laundry,” “Heart of the Matter” and others. Henley and the rest of the Eagles — Glenn Frey, Timothy B. Schmit and Joe Walsh — will be feted at the Kennedy Center Honors in 2016. The band was scheduled to appear as part of the Dec. 6 ceremony, but an illness with bandmate and Detroit native Frey forced the Eagles to defer their honor. Frey has to have surgery to deal with “previous intestinal issues.” 7:30 tonight. $36-$175. 2211 Woodward, Detroit. (313) 471-6611.

3. Al Jarreau at Ford Community & Performing Arts Center

Don Bosco Hall’s 18th annual “Jazzy Evening” features entertainment by Grammy award-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau. This year the event raises funds for the Don Bosco Hall’s Music for Youth program and the Detroit STEAM Project. VIP tickets include a pre-show reception. 8 tonight. $35-$90, $125 VIP. 15801 Michigan, Dearborn. Call (313) 943-2350.

Melody Baetens