Reno Collier has been featured on countless TV shows including Comedy Central's Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Next Generation. You can catch him this weekend at Side Splitters, Thursday through Saturday. Tickets start at $10. For showtimes check out www.sidesplitterscomedy.com.
Thursday night is the night for square dancing at the Laurel Theater. For the low price of $7 enjoy a night of old time music and Square dancing fun. The music starts at 8pm.
Guitarist Phil Keaggy headlines Friday night at The Square Room. Fans of high caliber guitar music don't want to miss this show. Phil is joined by David Clifton and Jacob Johnson. Tickets start at $20, show starts at 8pm.
The 4th Annual Man Ride will hit the road Saturday at 11am. Join Coach Phil Fulmer on a ride to raise awareness for prostate cancer. The ride will begin and end at the Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson dealership in Maryville.
If you are downtown Saturday, head to Immaculate Conception Church on West Vine for the 6th Annual Irish Fest. Enjoy a day of Irish themed music, dance food and fun. Admission in $5 with festivities going from 4pm to 10pm.
Second Saturday at the Cove continues. This weekend's artist is old-time rock n' roll band Back Talk, formerly know as the Atomic Horns. The show takes place at the Cove at Concord Park and runs from 6pm to 8pm.
Saturday night, the Shed will feature musical artist Sturgill Simpson joined by Kelsey's Woods. Simpson boasts a sound similar to the late, great Waylan Jennings. Admission is $15, show starts at 8pm.
Also Saturday night, the Relix Theatre has Wisconsin alt-rapper Milo with tracks off his latest album, "Milo Takes Baths". This show contains several artists with prices starting at $7.50. Curtain goes up at 8pm.
Have a great weekend!