Tomorrow morning, August 11th, will see the Moon quite close to Jupiter. The pair will be a mere 2° apart. A bright Jupiter at -2.2 magnitude will be a nice match for a 33% illuminated Moon.
An even brightener Venus will be located about 22° east of Jupiter, closer to the horizon. You could also look for Mercury, 28° east of Venus and 16° above the horizon at sunrise.
In two more days, on the morning of August 13th, the Moon will rendezvous with Venus, for a closer conjunction, only 1° away from the planet.