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Thursday night means another installment of the WDVX's weekly concert series on Market Square. This week's performers include Sean McCullough and the Kid Stuff Band. Admission is free. Show goes from 7pm to 9pm.

Also Thursday, the Bijou Theatre has Wiley Ray and the Big O Band performing hits from music legend Roy Orbison. You'll hear classics like Pretty Woman and Running Scared. $20 gets you in the door. Music starts at 8pm.

Friday through Sunday, head to Chilhowee Park for the Fanboy Expo. They've got Comics, toys, memorabilia and loads of celebrities. You'll have a chance to meet stars like Lee Majors, Billy Dee Williams, characters from the Walking Dead, the list goes on. Tickets start at $20. check out www.fanboyexpo.com for a complete schedule.

Friday night, the Shed has country artist Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives joined by the Barstool Romeos. Tickets to this show are $20. Show begins at 8pm.

The Tennessee Theatre brings you a taste of Broadway with their production of the Addams Family. It's a ghoulish-ly fun time for everyone. Tickets start at $37. Check out www.tennesseetheatre.com for showtimes.

Friday, from 3pm to 8pm, head to Market Square for Knoxville's Largest Kids Party. They've got everything from obstacle courses to magic shows. It's just $5 for kids. Adults get in free.

There's plenty of racing this weekend. on Friday, Tazewell Speedway is hosting its 8th annual Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Grandstand opens at 4pm. Race starts at 8pm.

On Saturday, the Knoxville Dragstrip is having a heads up all out race. Admission is $20. Kids 12 and under get in free. Gates open at noon.

I find it easier to run a 5k when I know it's for a good cause. Saturday at the UT Agriculture Campus, it's the Skeeter Run 5k to benefit the "Imagine No Malaria" campaign. Registration is $30. Race starts at 8am.

Saturday night at the Coliseum, The Knoxville Firefighters Association is having a benefit concert performed by founding members of The Family Stone. Hear some classic hits while helping local firefighters. Tickets are $27.50. Show starts at 8pm.

3FC is back with some nice, friendly, pugilistic entertainment. Loads of fighters will be at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center Saturday. Tickets are $30. Doors open at 5:30pm.

On Sunday, Willow Creek Golf Course will host the Channon Gail Christian Golf Tournament. Proceeds go towards a scholarship in Channon's name. For more info go to www.thecgcfoundation.org.

Have a great weekend!

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