Jonathan "JJ" Jones has a look at your weekend events.
Thursday night, The Greencards bring their unique style of bluegrass to Bijou Theatre. Also enjoy a performance from Sons of Fathers. Tickets to the show are $16.50. Curtain goes up at 8:00pm.
Chris Kattan made a name for himself on Saturday Night Live in the 1990s. You can catch him Thursday through Saturday at Side Splitters Comedy Club. For tickets and showtimes go to www.sidespiltterscomedy.com.
Liz-Beth & Co., located across from the Cracker Barrel near Cedar Bluff, is having a fun, free event Friday to kick off the holiday season. Enjoy everything from fine art, to martini tasting. It all starts at 5:00pm.
The Coliseum will be jamming Friday when Florida Georgia Line takes the stage. Throw in the talents of Colt Ford and Tyler Farr and you've got a jam packed evening of country music. Tickets start at $32.50. Show starts at 7:30pm.
Swing by the Bijou on Friday and catch a show with The Black Cadillacs. This blues-based indie rock band will be joined by the Delta Saints starting at 8:00pm. Tickets start at $12.
Charlie McCarroll has been tearing up the fiddle for a long time. Friday night he brings his talents to the Laurel Theater. Get up close for the low price of $12. The show starts at 8:00pm.
It's homecoming week at the University of Tennessee. Before the Vols take the field, check out the festivities including the homecoming parade, Friday on Volunteer Boulevard. The parade starts at 4:00pm.
On Saturday the celebration continues with Party In The Park starting at 9:00am at Circle Park. $12 gets you in and then it's game time! Head to Neyland Stadium and watch the Vols take on the 7th ranked Auburn Tigers. Kick off is set for noon.
Tea & Treasures will be hosting its 2nd Saturday Marketplace this weekend. A variety of local vendors will provide arts, crafts antiques and more. This event goes from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Civil War reenactors will be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Fort Dickerson this weekend. You'll see everything from civil war fashion to artillery demonstrations. The event is free and goes from 10:00am to 4:30pm Saturday and 11:00am to 4:00pm on Sunday.
What's better than starting your Sunday helping support those battling illness at the Buddy's Race Against Cancer. World's Fair Park will be filled with hope as racers prepare to walk or run the Buddy's Race 5k. The race starts at 3:00pm.
After a 20 year absence, steam trains are headed back to Oneida for the BSF Vintage Train Fest. Bring the whole family out to see these powerful juggernauts up close. You can catch the trains Sunday at Oneida City Park.
Wrap up your weekend with guitar legend, Steve Vai as he takes the stage Sunday at the Bijou Theatre. The man knows his way around six strings. $34 gets you a seat. Show starts at 8:00pm.