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This weekend in downtown Kingsport

Community Contributor • Jan 11, 2018 at 8:30 AM

KINGSPORT — Here is what is going on in downtown Kingsport this weekend, according to the Downtown Kingsport Association.

Today

MODEL CITY TAP HOUSE:

MUSICAL BINGO

If you've never heard of Musical Bingo ... here's your chance to try out the latest craze in cities across the country! It's played exactly like traditional Bingo, except with song clips played in place of letters and numbers! Test your music IQ by determining the song title within the 20 second music clip AND find It on your Bingo Card!

324 E. Market Street - 7 p.m.

SLEEPY OWL BREWERY:

LATRELLE

Join Sleepy Owl Brewery for a Thursday Night Jam as they welcome Latrelle. Originating from Eastern Tennessee, Latrelle employs his influence of jazz chords, thick textures and wandering vocal lines are common traits throughout Latrelle's compositions. Latrelle attempts to manipulate typical verse-chorus structures within a Romantic focus; lyrics and melodies creating specific, yet opaque settings.

151 E. Main Street - 7 p.m.

MACADO’S:

KARAOKE NIGHT

Come out to Macado's for a fun karaoke experience! In conjunction with Absolute Entertainment, they're setting up a karaoke bar and they need you to come rock the house! Grab a bite, grab a brew, and get on the rotation to sing your heart out! Not a singer? No worries! Come enjoy the talented individuals who are!

210 Broad Street - 9 p.m., also Saturday at 9 p.m.

Friday

LAMPLIGHT THEATRE:

WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS

A new Foggy Valley Gang production is prepping to hit the stage at LampLight Theatre in January with "What Happens in Vegas..." The Goodin Family and their friends have been invited to participate in "Hosanna National Talent Search." The winner of the competition will be taking home a grand prize of $10,000. And where do you think the competition takes place? Las Vegas.

140 Broad Street - 7 p.m., also Saturday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Sunday at 3 p.m.

SLEEPY OWL BREWERY:

BEN STALETS

Cracking the egg that is Ben Stalets is two yolks; The first is a Country tinged, folk soaked, lyrically driven song, The second is a sweaty, rock n' roll rooted performance. However you prefer it, you'll end up full. He may not be your next American Idol, but he's got a Hank Williams howl and deep-rooted, sturdy fingerpicking style that make you feel like he's telling tales as old as time.

151 E Main Street - 8 p.m.

Saturday

KINGSPORT THEATRE GUILD:

YES & NO

You will laugh from the beginning all the way through the end with this outrageous comedy with "Yes and No," the first show Kingsport Theatre Guild presented back in 1947. The action of the play centers around what would have happened if the Jo had said "Yes" or "No" but provides hilarious rhetoric with unique characters & details that will keep you laughing the whole play through!

1200 E. Center Street - 2 and 7 p.m.

KINGSPORT THEATRE GUILD:

YES & NO RECEPTION

There will be a reception in between shows with hors d'oeuvres, drinks and a silent auction. There will also be a short ceremony to honor the original 1947 cast members and the first actors of KTG: Dan Anderson, Emma Straley, "Hezzy" Osborne, Elizabeth Hagemeyer, Ben Sargent, Margaret Throp and Margaret Wimberly.

1200 E. Center Street - 5 p.m.

SLEEPY OWL BREWERY:

THE MATT WALSH BAND

Matt Walsh is a singer, guitarist and songwriter from Statesville, N.C., who performs solo or with his backup band around 200 shows a year throughout the southeast and beyond. His sound is influenced by anyone from Link Wray, Howlin' Wolf, Prince, Black Sabbath or Pete Rock among many other musicians and styles of music. His primary focus is making original music and mixing his roots with new ideas rather than replicating them.

151 E. Main Street - 8 p.m.

MODEL CITY TAP HOUSE:

EC FRAZIER

Earnie "E.C." Frazier is a musician who is located in the Tri Cities area of East Tennessee. He plays music because it's what he loves to do! He has a wide selection of music that he plays and keeps all ages interested in his show. Great for a family fun environment.

324 E. Market Street - 8 p.m.

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