When it comes to re-visiting the decade of MTV, no other musical act in America does it better than The Breakfast Club. For over a decade, music fans in the Tri-Cities have validated the band's claim of retro supremacy by flocking to four shows per year. After a sold out show in February, The Breakfast Club will be returning to Capone's in Johnson City on Saturday, May 25th. The show is 18 and up and admission is $10. Early arrival is recommended.
90's country superstar Clint Black is set to play the Paramount Center For The Arts on Friday, May 17th. The intimate theatre atmosphere means limited tickets are available. Reserved seating is $100 for the first five center rows and $52 for the rest of the theatre. Tickets can be purchased by calling 423-274-8920 or online through etix. Show starts at 8pm.
The Abingdon Market Pavilion will play host to over a dozen nationally recognized artists in a new summer music series by the Abingdon Music Experience called Thursday Jams. The weekly event kicks off on Thursday, May 16th and runs through September 19th. Each show begins at 6:30 pm and ends at 9:30 pm.
Forever Young Nation presents Bobby V Live: A special celebration for Mother's Day, college graduates, and all hard-working women, on Saturday, May 11th at Encore Nightclub in Johnson City. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $30 for limited VIP. You can get yours at www.johnsoncitylive.com. You can also text "LIVE" to 77948 for a chance to win VIP tickets.
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Greeneville will hold a special concert, "An Evening With LeAnn Rimes," on Saturday, May 4th. Tickets are available for $65 in the orchestra and mezzanine sections, and $50 for balcony seats. Show time is 7:30 pm.