Around the Area

A variety of shows, events, activities beyond the casino scene

 

“DEATH OF A SALESMAN”
Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 20-22
What: Beale Street Theater presents “Death of a Salesman,” the classic play by Arthur Miller, directed by Bob Blake. The play is presented by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, Inc., New York.
Where: Lee Williams High School, 400 Grandview Ave., downtown Kingman, Ariz., 33.5 miles from Laughlin.
When: Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 20-22; Thurs-Friday (7 p.m.-9 p.m.) Sat (1 p.m.-3 p.m. and 7 p.m.-9 p.m.).
Cost: Tickets are $12 and available through Eventbrite, at the Kingman Center for the Arts Gallery, 208 E. Beale St., or at the door starting an hour before the show.
Info: Visit BealeStreetTheater.com or email, info@BealeStreetTheater.com.

LIBRARY SPEAKER PROGRAM
Friday, Sept. 21
What: Author Jana Bommersback, author of The Trunk Murderess, Winnie Ruth Judd, will discuss “Hellraising, Heroic and Hidden Women of the Old West” in addition to her book, as part of Arizona Humanities speaker program.
Where: Mohave County Library, Bullhead City Branch, 1170 E. Hancock Road, Bullhead City, 7.4 miles from Laughlin.
When: Friday, Sept. 21 (2 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend.
Info: Call Cathy, 928-758-0714.

DAY OF PEACE
Friday, Sept. 21
What: Join together for the International Day of Peace in Locomotive Park with speakers, poetry, live music, face painting, kids arts and more. All followed by a moment of silence for world peace and human rights.
Where: Locomotive Park, 120 W. Beale St., downtown Kingman; 33.5 miles from Laughlin.
When: Friday, Sept. 21 (10 a.m.-noon).
Cost: Free admission.
Info: Call Chris Meisenheimer, 928-757-4616, or Sharon Weber, 928-263-1099.

KABAM SLAM
Friday, Sept. 21
What: Open mic poetry round, followed by SLAM competition. Regional and nationally ranked poets, young and old will be in attendance to compete. the Slam takes on a block party atmosphere. Featured poet, Myrlin Hepworth.
Where: Kingman Center for the Arts, 208 E. Beale St., downtown Kingman; 33.7 miles from Laughlin.
When: Friday, Sept. 21 (6 p.m.-9 p.m.).
Cost: Free admission.
Info: Call Mikel Weisser, 928-234-5633, or email: mikelweisser@Gmail.com or register online at KingmanKabam.org.

WOW MOBILE PANTRY
Friday, Sept. 21
What: Caring Hearts Food Ministry hosts a fresh produce stand free to the public every third Friday of the month. Choose from seasonal produce and miscellaneous packaged goods all for free. Boxes are available on site to pack your food home but bringing your own cooler or cart is encouraged. If you would like to sign up to volunteer, send an email to mojavedesertnutrition@Frontier.com or call Betty Rae at 928-758-7689.
Where: Amazing Grace Fellowship, 4195 S. Lynn Drive, Fort Mohave, Ariz., 13 miles from Laughlin.
When: Friday, Sept. 21 (7:30-10:30 a.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; Donations accepted but not required for food.
Info: Call Betty Rae at 928-758-7689.

PUBLIC LANDS DAY
Saturday, Sept. 22
What: The Laughlin Chamber of Commerce sponsors Public Lands Day at Pyramid Canyon Park with animal exhibits, treasure hunts, face painting, planting seeds and more. The event is also a chance to paint a rock for the Rock Garden at Heritage Greenway Park and Trails.
Where: Pyramid Canyon Day Use Park, 157 East Davis Dam Rd., Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Sept. 22 (10 a.m.-1 p.m.).
Cost: Free to the public; food for purchase.
Info: Call 702-298-2214.

“STEEL MAGNOLIAS”
Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 27-30
What: River Cities Community Theater Players will perform “Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling. Directed by Dianne MacKenzie, this well-known hit play highlights six strong-willed, witty ladies sharing good as well as challenging times in a Louisiana hair salon in the 1980s.
Where: Suddenlink Community Center, 2380 Suddenlink Way, Bullhead City, 3.6 miles from Laughlin.
When: Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 27-30 (7 p.m., additional matinee Sun, 2 p.m.).
Cost: $15 each, 2 for $28, 10 for $130.
Info: Call the box office phone for tickets or info at 928-299-6057 or tickets available online at RCCTP.org.

OKTOBER FEST
Saturday, Sept. 29
What: The Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its first annual Oktober Fest, open to the public with German beer and traditional food, a carnival, face painting and live music.
Where: Bullhead City Community Park, 1251 AZ-95, Bullhead City; 3.4 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Sept. 29 (10 a.m.-10 p.m.).
Cost: Free admission.
Info: Call 928-754-4121.

CHLORIDE ALL TOWN YARD SALE
Saturday, Sept. 29
What: Mark those calendars for Chloride’s semi-annual All Town Yard Sale. Pick up a free map at the Mineshaft Market, marking the multiple yard sales held around town. Be sure to visit the bake sale by the bakers from the Chloride Historical Society. Visit Cyanide Springs, the “little fake front town” where the High Desert Drifters Gunfight Reinactment Troupe will perform shows. Learn about the town’s history, pick up some bargains and baked goods and stop in at Yesterday’s Restaurant or The Prospector Bar and Grill for a bite to eat and liquid refreshments for sale.
Where: Chloride, Ariz., 48 miles from Laughlin — The 1890s mining town is four miles off AZ Highway 93 on Mohave County Road 125 about 17 miles north of Highway 68 junction (just north of Kingman).
When: Saturday, Sept. 29 (8 a.m.; bake sale 9 a.m.; gunfighters perform at high noon; Jim Fritz Museum open 10 a.m.-2 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; bargains, bake sale items, other foods and beverages sold separately.
Info: Call 928-565-9777 or visit email: chloridechamber@Gmail.com.

SOCI-E-TEA
Saturday, Sept. 29
What: Elks Auxiliary 2408 presents a Tea Party with music and a hat contest. Proceeds will benefit the Auxiliary’s various charities.
Where: Elks Lodge #2408, 1745 Emerald Road, Bullhead City, 7.3 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Sept. 29 (noon-3 p.m.).
Cost: $8 per person.
Info: Call Christine Moore, 928-201-5574 or Doodie, 928-758-5318.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST & CORVETTES
Saturday, Sept. 29
What: Enjoy pancakes and sausage, drool over very cool corvettes and let the kids take a demo ride. All proceeds support the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River’s Fort Mohave Unit.
Where: Findlay Auto Fort Mohave, 4718 Highway 95, Fort Mohave, Ariz., 13.7 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Sept. 29 (8 a.m.- 11 a.m.).
Cost: Free admission; Pancake and sausage breakfast $7 for adults and $5 for kids.
Info: Call Autumn Boyle-Robinson at 928-763-1411 or autumn@ClubRiver.org.

ALPACA FARM DAYS
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 5-7
What: Alpacas of the Southwest hosts its 13th annual Alpaca Farm Days with a full celebration of the versatile animal. Meet and greet the alpacas, arts and crafts vendors, food and drink vendors, fun for the whole family.
Where: Alpacas of the Southwest Farm, 1108 McCarrel, Kingman, Ariz., 51.4 miles from Laughlin—Turn south on Black Ranch Road, and take the first left.
When: Friday-Saturday, Oct. 5-6 (10 a.m.-4 p.m.), Sunday, Oct. 7 (10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; foods, beverages, other items sold separately.
Info: Call 928-225-1450 or 702-338-7806 or visit SouthwestAlpacaTours.com.

BULLHEAD CITY FARMERS MARKET
Saturday, Oct. 6
What: The Bullhead City Farmers Market returns with fresh produce and fruit, gourmet foods and condiments, baked goods, salsas, mustards, honey, handcrafted salad oils, handmade soaps and personal items such as custom makeup, essential oils, craft specialties in fabric, metal, gemstones, jewelry, wood and more. Unique home decor items by local artisans. The Hut will offer sandwiches, and Shiver River will serve hot coffee and shave ice treats. Murphy Broadcasting will brodcast live from the park and Suzi Bounce House will be on site for the children.
Where: Bullhead City Community Park, 1251 AZ-95, Bullhead City; 3.4 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Oct. 6 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.).
Cost: Free admission.
Info: Call 928-219-2333, or visit the website, BullheadCityFarmersMarket.com.

NEEDLES CHAMBER AWARDS DINNER
Saturday, Oct. 6
What: The Needles Chamber of Commerce is hosting a crime-scene themed “Party to Die For!” for its annual Awards Dinner. Attendees are encouraged to dress as their favorite sleuth, detective, suspect, villain or victim.
Where: River’s Edge Golf Course, 144 Marina, Needles, Calif., 26.5 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Oct. 6 (6 p.m.).
Cost: $80 per person if tickets are purchased by Friday, Aug. 31; $100 per guest after the deadline. RSVP with dinner selection must be received by Saturday, Sept. 15.
Info: Call the Needles Chamber, 760-326-2050.

FALL FEST
Saturday, Oct. 6
What: The Laughlin Elks Lodge 2872 is hosting their annual Laughlin Fall Fest with music, food and craft vendors. All proceeds go toward veteran, youth and drug awareness programs. They are currently looking for sponsors, vendors and bands. Vendor cost is $15 for an inside table and $25 for an outside booth.
Where: American Legion Post 60, 1510 Bruce Woodbury Drive, Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Oct. 6 (10 a.m.-8 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; food and beverages for purchase.
Info: Call Kathleen at 702-299-0679 or email khoss70@Gmail.com.

AIRFEST FLY-IN & OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Oct. 6
What: The Kingman Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter hosts a fly-in event, which includes static and flying displays. Rides will be available for purchase on a P-51 Mustang and a C-47 Skytrain from the Palm Springs Air Museum. Other activities include a formation flight clinic, glider launch demonstrations, vendor booths and a pancake breakfast fundraiser from 7:30-10 a.m.
Where: Kingman Municipal Airport, 7000 Flightline Drive, Kingman; 42.8 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Oct. 6 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; food, beverages and plane rides for purchase.
Info: Call Kristina at 928-681-4400.

GUN & KNIFE SHOW
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 6-7
What: Pioneer Country Events hosts a gun & knife, coins & collectibles show featuring firearms of all kinds, knives of all types, ammunition, leather goods, clips, major coin dealers, military items, reloading supplies and components, antiques and collectibles and more. Food and beverages available.
Where: Mohave County Fairgrounds, 2600 Fairgrounds Ave, Kingman; 36.2 miles from Laughlin.
When: Saturday, Oct. 6 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.); Sunday, Oct. 7 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.)
Cost: $6 admission, 2-day pass $9; kids 13 and under free with adult paid admission.
Info: Call Lon at 928-692-0937, or visit PioneerCountryEvents.com.

CHLORIDE OLD MINERS’ DAY
Saturday, Oct. 20
What: Come celebrate the history of the oldest mining camp in Arizona, established in the 1860s. Chloride was once the home of more than 75 silver mines. Miners’ Day includes a bake sale put on by the Chloride Special Events Committee; a parade on Tennessee Avenue; old west gunfight skits presented by the High Desert Drifters Reinactment Troupe in Cyanide Springs. Visit the original home of Jim Fritz, which is now the Historical Society museum (free admission). Also visit the SilverBelle Playhouse where melodramas were performed in the “olden” days. Browse through vendor/craft booths, the various shops and stop in for a bite at Yesterdays, where there will be kids’ activities on the boardwalk, and the Prospector which will feature live music.Venture east about a mile out of town past the cattle guard to experience the famous Roy Purcell murals completed in the ’60s.
Where: Chloride, Ariz., 48 miles from Laughlin — The 1890s mining town is four miles off AZ Highway 93 on Mohave County Road 125 about 17 miles north of Highway 68 junction (just north of Kingman).
When: Saturday, Oct. 20 (starting 9 a.m.; gunfight 11 a.m.; parade noon; parade awards 3 p.m.; Jim Fritz Museum open 10 a.m.-2 p.m.).
Cost: Free to attend; bargains, bake sale items, other foods and beverages sold separately.
Info: Call 928-565-9777 or visit email: chloridechamber@Gmail.com.

TRIBAL VIBES REGGAE FEST
Saturday, Oct. 20
What: Havasu Landing Resort & Casino presents a night of reggae music during the Tribal Vibes Reggae Fest. The lineup includes the Hopi/Diné Native, Casper and the Mighty 602 band and the Ras Jahge Band, along with Home Grown Reggae. Nykhols Island Taste and Some will offer Caribbean style hot jerk dinners and Kravin Kajun will serve up a variety of Louisiana favorites. Festival seating so bring beach chairs or blankets. No outside food or drink allowed. The concert takes place on Thompson Beach, over in Havasu Lake, Calif., so no beaching allowed. A ferry will offer concert-goers rides to the California side from the London Bridge for a $2 round-trip ticket, then from there, a free shuttle service will take attendees to the venue site.
Where: Havasu Landing Resort & Casino, on the California side across from Lake Havasu City; 67.4 miles from Laughlin (if traveling from Needles on State Highway 95 through Havasu City).
When: Saturday, Oct. 20 (gates open 4:30 p.m., music from 5 p.m.-10 p.m.).
Cost: General admission is $15, or $10 with any tribal ID.
Info: Call Raven Jo Dick, 760-858-4592, ext. 251.

WINE & CANVAS
Friday, Oct. 26
What: Bullhead City Lions Club will host a Wine & Canvas event where attendees will have the chance to taste three wine samples and a free glass of wine while creating a one-of-a-kind painting lead by local artist Becky Parker. Also indulge in snacks and participate in Playing Card Bingo to win prizes. Wines are from Broken Earth Winery of Paso Robles, Calif.
Where: Vista Del Sol Community Room, 3249 Felipe Drive, Bullhead City; 10.6 miles from Laughlin.
When: Friday, Oct. 26 (5:30 p.m.).
Cost: $40 per person.
Info: Call 928-514-5062.

MYSTERY PUB TRIVIA NIGHTS
Every Thursday night
What: J&J Mystery Events presents Mystery Pub Trivia. Win cash prizes and tickets to special events, for ages 18 and older. No commitment required. Teams of up to 5 or individuals.
Where: Cocktails, 3935 Highway 95, Bullhead City, 12.4 miles from Laughlin.
When: Every Thursday night (6:30 p.m.).
Cost: $5 per person.
Info: For information, call 928-296-0748, or visit JJMysteryEvents.com.

ARTISTS GUILD ART DISPLAYS
Ongoing
What: The River Valley Artist Guild sponsors displays by member artists.
• The display for September at Lisa’s Bistro, 1595 Mohave Drive, 8.7 miles from Laughlin, features the works of:
• Dorothy Campbell — “I was born and raised in southern California and have been interested in art from a young age. I placed my art interests on the back burner to raise our daughters and work as an office manager for various doctors in the Inland Empire until I reached early retirement age. My main interest is acrylic painting of landscapes. I also have dabbled in watercolor, mixed media, ink, and assemblage, but I truly enjoy acrylic painting. I had studied Business Administration and marketing at Crafton Hills College in California and attended various art classes and workshops in California, including mixed media, ink and drawing. I felt that I needed to become more involved in the art world and was approached by the Art Association of the Inland Empire in Rancho Cucamonga, which I became a member of in 2013. I was elected to the board in 2014-2018 and served on the scholarship committee and in the AAIE Annual Art Show. I also was an active member of the Art Connection of San Bernardino and the BPOE in Riverside. My husband of 46 years retired in 2018 and we now reside in Bullhead City. Since our move to Arizona, I am starting to become involved in the local art community in this area and have met some very energetic artists.”
Info: For more information on the River Valley Artist Guild, call 928-303-1292 or email rvag@RiverValleyArtistGuild.com; or visit RiverValleyArtistGuild.com.

Live Music

(no cover unless listed)
To have info listed on these pages, contact the Laughlin entertainer at entertainerstaff@gmail.com or call 928-763-2505, ext 7230

Cattle Crossing Saloon: 4105 Highway 68, Golden Valley, Ariz.; 928-565-3630, 26.6 miles from Laughlin— Bud Mickle (rock, blues) — Friday, Sept. 21 (6 p.m.-9 p.m.); ­— RGB (classic rock, blues) — Friday, Oct. 12 (6 p.m.-9 p.m.); — Lonesome Dick (rockabilly,surf, swing, jump, originals) — Friday, Oct. 26 (Halloween Party).

Celebration Dinner Cruises at Aquarius Casino Resort Dock: Laughlin; 702-298-1047 or 800-228-9825 — Billy Kay performs (variety) during the two hour excursion — Fridays, Sundays, Mondays (6 p.m.-8 p.m.). Dinner cruises are $45 per person.

Cocktails (Lounge): 3935 Highway 95, Bullhead City, 12.4 miles from Laughlin; 928-758-4955—DoubleXXCross (variety, rock, blues, country), Celebration of Life for Tim Pike— Saturday, Sept. 22 (2 p.m.-6 p.m.); Entertainment All Stars (rock variety) and during set breaks they will host talent showcase/open mic spots (not just music) using a professional sound system with lighting, on a first come, first served basis — Wednesdays (7-11 p.m.).

Colianno’s: 2200 Highway 95 (corner of Hancock and Highway 95), Bullhead City; 928-758-7104, 7 miles from Laughlin — Michael Shane (piano) — Thursdays (5 p.m.-9 p.m.); Open mic night (musicians, comedians, ventriloquists), Sundays (5 p.m.-9 p.m.).

Crazy Ray’s Creative Creations: In Oatman, Ariz., at the south end of Main Street (Historic Route 66) at entrance to self-guided mine tours; 951-436-6480, 31.2 miles from Laughlin — Bumpin’ Uglys featuring Crazy Ray and George Joseph (classic rock and roll, country, originals) — daily (10 a.m.-3 p.m., intermittently depending upon when the Uglys feel like “bumpin'”); play at least one song with them and become a member of the Bumpin’ Uglys, the fastest growing band around.

Eagles Lodge of Kingman: 4536 N. Patsy Drive, Kingman, Ariz.; 928-757-8635, 40.9 miles from Laughlin ­— dinner and live music — Arizona Thunder (country western, classic rock, pop) Friday, Sept. 21 (6 p.m.-10 p.m.); open to members of any Eagles Lodge and guests.

Grecco Art Gallery: Laughlin Outlet Center, 1955 S. Casino Drive, Laughlin; 928-444-5555 — featuring vocalist Karen Lopez — Saturdays (11 a.m.-1 p.m.).

Hackberry General Store: 311255 E. Highway 66, Hackberry, Ariz.; 928-769-2605, 61.3 miles from Laughlin — Moonshadow – Bridget Langston on vocals/keyboard (soulful rock classics) — Friday, Sept. 21 and Sunday, Sept. 23 (10 a.m.-3 p.m.).

The Hideout: 2311 S. Casino Drive, Laughlin (across Casino Drive from the Pioneer); 702-299-0008 — Live music with revolving lineup of area artists playing a variety of genres (contact Brian Anthony for auditions, 702-420-9157) — Saturdays, (8 p.m.-midnight).

La Casa Del Pollo: 2064 Highway 95 (at Talc Road), Bullhead City; 928-704-0029, 13 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with Grace Mondays (5 p.m.-8 p.m.); Jam Session with Johnny Hull (guitarist) Tuesdays (5 p.m.-9 p.m.); ClassAct Band — Thursdays (5 p.m.-8 p.m.).

Lazy Harry’s: 2170 Rio Grande Road (next to Arizona Veterans Memorial on the river), Bullhead City; 928-758-6322, 9.9 miles from Laughlin — Blues Night Jam hosted by Buck Naykid, third Thursday of each month; Sunday Jam Session with RGB — Sundays (2 p.m.-6 p.m.).

Lisa’s Bistro: 1595 Mohave Drive #4, Bullhead City (on street across from north side of Walmart); 928-219-5911, 8.7 miles from Laughlin — The K Brick Jazz Show (jazz, reeds, vocals) — Mondays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.); The Druthers (vintage, variety, originals) — Tuesdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.); ROSS “Live,” (contemporary jazz, blues) — Wednesdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.); An intimate evening with Billy Kay and friends (variety) — Thursdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.); Keith Survillas (Rat Pack, standards, variety) — Fridays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.).

Oatman Hotel: 181 Main Street (Historic Route 66), Oatman, Ariz.; 928-768-4408, 31.3 miles from Laughlin — Mike Fox (guitar/vocals, country, folk, spirituals) — daily (from 12:30 p.m. AZ time; after the first Old West gunfight on Main St. until ?).

Hooch’s 66 Topock Bar & Grille: 5035 Powell Lake Road, Topock; 35.5 miles from Laughlin; 928-768-5035 — Antiquated Systems (live original music & open mic) — Wednesdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.).

VFW #2190: Main Street Chloride, Ariz.; 928-565-9555, 39.4 miles from Laughlin — Double Diamond Band (country) — Saturdays (6 p.m.).

VFW #2555: 6068 W. Supai Drive (at corner of Lowell Road just off Highway 68), Golden Valley, Ariz.; 928-565-3344, 23.1 miles from Laughlin — The Druthers (vintage, variety, originals), Mondays, (5 p.m.-8 p.m.); open to all VFW members and guests.

 

Karaoke/DJ

Information on karaoke compiled with the help of Dick Patzold of Karaoke Specialties. For updates on karaoke information, contact Patzold at 928-704-0077 or dickp@karaokespecialties.com You can also call us directly at 928-763-2505, ext 7230 or entertainerstaff@gmail.com

American Legion Post #88: 15940 Pierce Ferry Road, Dolan Springs, Ariz.; 51.6 miles from Laughlin; call 928-767-3088 — Ace of Spades Night, karaoke, food, drink specials —Thursdays (starting at 4 p.m.); open to any American Legion member and guests.

Amvets Post #19: 4310 South Highway 95, Suite A, Fort Mohave, Ariz.; 12.9 miles from Laughlin; call 928-704-1992 — Karaoke with Ed DeGroat— Fridays & Sundays (6 p.m.-10 p.m.); open to members and guests.

Bikini Bay Nightclub: 1955 S. Casino Drive (at the mall), Laughlin; 702-299-3311 — Top 40 & club music — Thursday-Sunday; exclusive “mashup” videos on 150″ screen.

Elk’s Lodge #2408: 1745 Emerald Road, Bullhead City, 6.8 miles from Laughlin; 928-758-2408 — Karaoke alternating Fridays with Just Janice/Ingrid and Dick Patzold every other Friday (5 p.m.-9 p.m.); Karaoke with Jim — every Wednesday (5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.); open to members of any Elks Lodge and guests.

The Hideout: 2311 S. Casino Drive, Laughlin (across Casino Drive from the Pioneer); 702-299-0008 — Karaoke with Profound Sound — Fridays (9 p.m.-1 a.m.).

Jester’s Sports Lounge: 877 Hancock Road, Bullhead City; 928-763-0850, 8.1 miles from Laughlin — “Party-Oke” with DJ Loke (combo karaoke and DJ) — Fridays (9 p.m.-2 a.m.).

Kathryn Heidenriech Adult Center: 1776 Airway Ave., Kingman, Ariz.; 36.8 miles from Laughlin; 928-757-2778 and ask for Maria — karaoke with Todd Maehren — Mondays (12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.), $1.25 admission and bring a potluck dish.

La Casa Del Pollo: 2064 Highway 95 (at Talc Road), Bullhead City; 928-704-0029, 6.6 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with Grace — Mondays (5 p.m.-8 p.m.).

Moose Lodge Post #1860 Bullhead City: 2620 Miracle Mile, Bullhead City; call 928-763-1860, 8.2 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with a variety of KJs — Friday & Saturday (6 p.m.-10 p.m.).

O’Leary’s Pub: 1063 Highway 95, Bullhead City; 928-754-4226, 3.2 miles from Laughlin — “Party-Oke” with DJ Loke (combo karaoke and DJ) — Sundays (7 p.m.-11 p.m.).

The Pour House: 845 Hancock Road, Bullhead City; 928-299-5220, 8.2 miles from Laughlin — Aloha Friends Karaoke with host Karaoke Kalani — Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (8 p.m.-midnight).

The Red Dog Saloon: 914 W. Broadway, Needles, Calif.; 760-326-9919, 29.9 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with Tony — Tuesday & Thursday (8 p.m.).

Route 66 Bar: 1900 Needles Highway, Needles, Calif.; 29 miles from Laughlin; 760-326-2277 — Karaoke Las Vegas — Thursday-Sunday (8:30 p.m.-?).

The Time Out Tavern: 2601 N. Stockton Hill Road, Kingman, Ariz.; 928-753-2334, 36.4 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with Don West — Wednesday & Thursday (9 p.m.-1 a.m.); Karaoke with LA Sound — Sunday (9 p.m.-closing).

VFW #10005: 1611 Marble Canyon Drive (across from Scooters, off Miracle Mile), Bullhead City; 928-758-7808, 8.6 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with variety of KJs — Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (5 p.m.-9 p.m.), some Sundays (4 p.m.-8 p.m.); open to members of any veterans organizations and their signed guests.

VFW #2190: Main Street Chloride, Ariz.; 928-565-9555, 39.4 miles from Laughlin — Karaoke with Sharon — Friday (6 p.m.); Karaoke with Frank & Friends — Sunday (2 p.m.- 6 p.m.).