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ENTERTAINMENT BEST BETS: Five Places to Be This Weekend Oct. 14-15

Patch has your weekend planned with stuff to do in and around Oak Lawn.

World's Greatest Rolling Stones Cover Band


The smokin' hot Tumbling Dice -- Chicago's own Rolling Stones cover band -- take the stage at 115 Bourbon Street located at 3359 W. 115th St. in Merrionette Park. The boys perform a tribute to the World's Greatest Rock 'n Roll Band featuring all your favorite songs from Mick, Keith, Charlie, Ronnie Wood and whoever is taking Bill Wyman's place. Show starts at 10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14. 21 and over. $5.

Al Del Bene Unleashed

A featured performer at Los Angeles’ Laugh Factory on Sunset, Al Del Bene brings his special brand of comedy to Riddles Comedy Club, 5055 W. 111th St. in Alsip. A self-described “dirty Jerry Seinfeld,” Bene has parlayed the birth and subsequent growth of his infant son into hilarious standup, not to mention Catholicism, circumcision and cats. Bene performs four hilarious shows Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14 to Oct. 15. 21 and over. $12.50.


WANTED: Dancers, bachelorette parties, girls’ night out, work functions, birthday celebrations—whatever your fancy, The Ponyboys are live this Saturday at Blarney Stone Pub in Oak Forest! Can’t quite decide what kind of music you want to listen to this weekend? The PonyBoys play it all, and they’re coming to Saturday, Oct. 15 at 9:30 p.m. Check out their mix of party music ranging from rock, pop, and classics from the 1960s to the present day using acoustic guitars, some heavy percussion and sweet harmonies.

Ninth Annual Southland Model Railroad Show

The Harold L Richards High School Performing Arts Department  at 10601 S. Central Ave., in Oak Lawn, will hold its Ninth Annual Southland Model Railroad Show. Proceeds from this event goes toward the Richards Music Department. Also included are safety demonstrations from Operation Lifesaver and Chicago Ridge Fire Safety House and a kid's activities area. There will be numerous model train displays and operating layouts, raffles, concession stand, and more. Adults, $6; seniors, $5; children under 12 FREE.

Tribute to Johnny Cash

Relive the music and spirit of Johnny Cash when Rockabilly Hall of Famer Rusty Evans and his band, Ring of Fire, come to Lincoln-Way West High School for a one-night-only performance.
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at Lincoln-Way West High School in New Lenox. $20 general, $15 for students and seniors.

WANTED: Dancers, bachelorette parties, girls’ night out, work functions, birthday celebrations—whatever your fancy, The Ponyboys are live this Saturday at Blarney Stone Pub in Oak Forest! Can’t quite decide what kind of music you want to listen to this weekend? The PonyBoys play it all, and they’re coming to Saturday, Oct. 15 at 9:30 p.m. Check out their mix of party music ranging from rock, pop, and classics from the 1960s to the present day using acoustic guitars, some heavy percussion and sweet harmonies.

Sandra Bury October 14, 2011 at 11:36 AM
If you haven't heard Tumblin Dice perform, you really should head over to Bourbon Street to check em out! Mark and the whole band will amaze you... Could these guys be better than the originals they emulate? I think so!

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