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Mayor Joe Judge says Scooter’s Coffee Shop is set to open around August 8.
Comedian Jo Koy will bring his 2022 Funny Is Funny World Tour to Old National Events Plaza on September 29.
Grammy-winning Country superstar Clint Black and his wife Lisa Hartman Black are hitting the road again for year two of the “Mostly Hits & the Mrs” Tour with special guest Lily Pearl Black.
Tickets start at $25.
Cody Johnson, along with special guests Randy Houser and Randall King, will be performing at the Ford Center November 10.
Newburgh’s Red Barn Farm’s Sunflower Patch is now open for the season.
There are several Independence Day celebrations planned in the Tri-State.
The Newburgh Mercantile is a gift shop that offers a wide array of products like jewelry, cards and toys.
It will be at 3030 Highland Pointe.
The Rooster’s Den is located on Haley Drive. That’s north east of the 66/261 intersection.
Downtown Evansville is welcoming a new cookie shop this July 4th holiday weekend.
The Peach Cobbler Factory’s website shows Evansville on a list of their “coming soon” locations.
It’s on Morgan Center Drive, right by the east side Showplace Cinema.
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As is tradition, festival goers were lined up at 8 a.m. Thursday just to get their spot in line for when the festival opens to the public Thursday.
It will be at Gateway Commons between Tropical Smoothie and Limestone Bank.
Rides and food booths open at 5 p.m., and the bierstube opens at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. There will also be live music.
There is a tentative opening date of July 4, but they say that could change.
Organizers say 67¢ of every dollar spent at local shops and restaurants remains in our neighborhoods, and they encourage supporting your neighbors during this third annual event.
Saturdays at the Still will debut this weekend at Green River Distilling company.
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The stage at the Riverpark Center will now go up behind the Holiday Inn.
Officials say opening day is set for June 1, and will continue every Wednesday through September 14.
The event has been postponed the last two years due to COVID.
Officials say this free outdoor concert series showcases a variety of music groups from across the region to the Ohio riverfront for the community to enjoy every Saturday night from May 21 to September 24.