10 About Town 7/18 - 7/21

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If your over 21 and looking for some feel good music, look no further than the Preservation Pub. Thursday night, Flow Tribe gets you out of your chair and on the dance floor. The show is $3 and starts at 10pm.

Friday night the good times continue with Octopus Jones performing with The Kernal  from 8pm to 10pm. Friday's show is free.

Saturday night, Chicago blues rock outfit, Train Company makes their first trip to Knoxville. They've opened for big names like Blues Traveler and The Black Keys. This show is also free and starts at 8pm.

Thursday night at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria, get more free music when Amy LaVere takes the stage. Amy has a new EP dropping with former Knoxvillian John Paul Keith. Show starts at 8:30pm.

Shakespeare on the Square continues this weekend. Starting at 7pm on the Market Square stage, enjoy Richard III and Twelfth Night. Performances are free and go till 10pm.

The Heartbreakers are back on the court Friday night at the Christenberry Rec Center. This week's opponent is the Knoxville Fire Department. Good luck trying to extinguish Foxxy when his game gets on fire. Tip off is a 7:30pm with proceeds going to benefit The Boy's and Girl's Club.

There is plenty to see and do this weekend at the Southern Women's Expo. Friday from noon to 7pm and Saturday from 9am to 7pm enjoy shopping, fashion, live entertainment and more. Also be on the lookout for my good friend Emily Stroud signing copies of her book "Broken News".

Trinity Episcopal Church in Gatlinburg is holding its 3rd annual Barbecue Fest Fundraiser. You'll have plenty of opportunities to eat with this event running from 11am to 7pm on Saturday. $8 gets you a plate and goes towards a good cause.

The music just keeps on coming Saturday at World's Fair Park. The 3rd Annual Summer Soul Fest will be in full swing with artists like Morris Day and the Time. The show starts at 7pm with general admission set at $42.50.

Saturday night in Maryville, The Shed has former Drive-By Truckers guitarist Jason Isbell performing with St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Admission is $20 for all ages. Show starts at 8pm.

We wind the down the weekend Sunday in Townsend at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. The Sunset Music Series continues with EG Kight, The Georgia Songbird, bringing blues, americana and jazz to the Smokys. Tickets are $5. Show starts at 7pm.

Have a great weekend!

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