Around the Area

Around the Area HeaderA variety of shows, events, activities beyond the casino scene


 

CAR POKER RUN
Wednesday, February 22
What: The 2nd Annual All Car Club Poker Run open to street rods, classic cars or even the family sedan; a timed event (not for speed) with cash awards to 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners; hosted lunch at the conclusion of the vent; the route goes on a scenic trip around the Colorado River area; door prizes; 50/50 drawing; hosted by the Over the Hill Gang car club.
Where: Race starts at Quality Inn & Suites, 271 Lake Havasu Ave, Lake Havasu City
When: Wed, Feb 22 (registration begins 9 a.m. AZ; first car out at 10 a.m. AZ)
Cost: $30 per vehicle (includes lunch for two)
Info: Call Mitch Geiger at 208-861-4022 or go to othg-havasu.com


 

FUND RAISER COOKING EVENT
Thursday, February 23
What: The 5th Annual Heidi Edwards Memorial Cooking for Cancer event sees Lake Havasu City restaurants creating wide variety of pasta sauces; raffle prizes; silent auctions; 50/50 drawings; entertainment and photo booth; 100% of proceeds go to local families in need.
Where: Shugrue’s Bridgeview Room, 1425 N. McCulloch Blvd, Lake Havasu City
When: Thurs, Feb 23 (doors open 5:30 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $25 per person
Info: Call Lisa Turner at 928-855-9781 or email lisa.turner@buyhavasu.com


 

HOT BOAT & CUSTOM CAR SHOW
Thursday-Sunday, February 23-26
What: The 9th Annual Route 66 Hot Boat & Custom Car Show presented by Murphy Broadcasting and the Needles Chamber of Commerce; boats galore, cars, food/merchandise vendors, music, beer garden, golf tournament, vehicle parade, BLM poker run, 50/50 drawings; raffles; more. Main event show takes place at Jack Smith Park at the terminus of River Road on the Colorado River after passing Rivers Edge Golf Course in Needles.
Where/When:
—Thurs, Feb 23­—most of the events associated with the show don’t start until Friday but there is early pre-registration for show entrants and taco dinner held on Thurs at the Needles Elk’s Lodge #1608, 1000 Lilyhill Dr, Needles (5 p.m. CA)

—Friday, February 24­
• Golf tournament at Rivers Edge Golf Course, 144 Marina Dr, Needles (7 a.m. CA check in; shotgun start at 8 a.m. CA), $85 per person includes breakfast, lunch and goodie bag; hole-in-one contest; call Dave at River’s Edge Golf Course at 760-326-3931 for more on this;
•BLM sponsored Route 66 Public Lands Cruise Poker Run (free registration at 8 a.m.-10 a.m. at Needles Chamber of Commerce, 100 G St, Needles; open to all licensed vehicles)- a multi-stop poker run over a 125-mile course that starts and ends in Needles; route goes from Needles out to Essex, California, then back on old Route 66 route through Goffs and then back to Needles; there is a wild card bonus route out to Snaggletooth; learn about public lands and history of each stop; receive prizes for winning poker hands; for details, see blm.gov/california or at the BLM Needles Field Office, 1303 S. US Hwy 95, Needles; or call the office at 760-326-7000; or go to needleschamber.com
•Registration mixer at the Wagon Wheel Restaurant, 2420 Needles Hway, Needles (noon-2 p.m. CA)
• Vehicle parade from downtown Needles to Jack Smith Memorial Park (line-up 3 p.m. CA at 99 Cent Store parking lot at 1010 E Broadway; parade at 4 p.m. CA);
•First day of activities at Jack Smith Park including dinner and registration with food vendors, entertainment by the band Dry Heat (blues/rock), beer garden, Monster Truck and Cackle Car Exhibit (registration at 3 p.m. CA; dinner, music and other activities start at 4:30 p.m. CA)

—Saturday, February 25
•Main event boat/car show at Jack Smith Memorial Park with boats, cars, entertainment by the band Dry Heat (blues/rock), a beer garden, food vendors, Monster Truck, exhibition awards, Cackle Car Exhibit, 50/50 drawing, more (9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. CA)

—Sunday, February 26
•No host Sunday Brunch at Juicy’s Famous River Café, 2411 W. Broadway, Needless (approx 9 a.m. CA)

Cost: Show admission advance tickets are $10 per day/$15 for Fri-Sat pass; day of event tickets are $12 per day/$17 for two day pass; advance tickets available at Needles Chamber of Commerce; Big O/NAPA in Needles; Best Western Hotel in Needles; also at Eagle

Motorcycle in Bullhead City; Farmer’s Insurance in Fort Mohave; and Totally Awesome Printing in Bullhead City; fee for participants is $65 and includes T-shirt and goodie bag; free parking at Best Western Hotel, 2371 Broadway, Needles, with shuttle service to Jack Smith Memorial Park (8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. CA); $10 parking fee at the event site (limited parking).
Info: Call the Needles Chamber of Commerce at 760-326-2050 or email needleschamber@frontier.com


 

WILDLIFE EDUCATIONAL SERIES
Saturday, February 25
What/When: Keepers of the Wild animal sanctuary north of Kingman is holding a series of educational programs on wildlife and conservation. The upcoming ones include:
•Sat, Feb 25 (11:30 a.m.-12:30 AZ)—Day of the Raven takes a look at one of the most ubiquitous and successful birds in the world—the raven—and how these intelligent birds have their own form of communication and have served as inspiration for many an author and artist; this program explores the behavior, mythology and wonder of these common birds of prey who often nest in the boulder strewn hills surrounding the park; children’s crafts to follow the program
Where: Keepers of the Wild, 13441 E. Hwy 66 (mile marker 87), Valentine, Arizona
Cost/Info: Standard price of admission to the sanctuary; pre-registering is encouraged due to space limitation; call 928-769-1800 ext 21; or email info@keepersofthewild.org; or visit keepersofthewild.org for complete information on Keepers of the Wild and to reserve a spot for the program


 

WINE TASTING EVENT
Saturday, February 25
What: The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce and the Ambassadors host the 24th Annual “Hollywood & Wine” event; sample food/wines; silent auction; dress like a star if you wish to embrace the theme..
Where: Beale Celebrations, 201 N 4th St, Kingman
When: Sat, Feb 25 (6 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $40 per person, $70 couple
Info: Call the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce at 928-753-6253


 

DESERT RUN/WALK/RIDE
Saturday, February 25
What: The 3rd Annual Mangy Mutt event features a 10 mile ride and 30 mile desert race with a 1K and 5K desert run/walk; dog teams encouraged; race to benefit Low Cost Spay/Neuter Foundation.
Where: Race starts at KRMC Hualapai Mountain Campus, 3601 Santa Rosa, Kingman
When: Sat, Feb 25 (race begins 8 a.m. AZ)
Cost/Info: Call 928-692-5226 or visit themangymuttrace.com


 

DAY AT THE PARK
Saturday, February 25
What: The Havasu REALTOR Charitable Assistance Foundation celebrates the opening of REALTOR Olympics “A Day at the Park”; music by Anthem, chili cook-off, salsa contest, bounce house, 50/50 drawing, face painting, Bloody Mary contest, free hot dogs (donations accepted).
Where: Springerg-McAndrew Park, McCulloch Blvd and Querio Dr, Lake Havasu City
When: Sat, Feb 25 (11 a.m.-3 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $2 plus three cans of food or $5 er person; kids free
Info: Call Monti Midgette, Well Fargo Home Mortgage at 928-854-5015 or email monti.c.midgette@wellsfargo.com


 

WOMEN’S EXPO
Saturday-Sunday, February 25-26
What: The 4th Annual Northwest Arizona Women’s Expo has a focus on health, wellness and fitness; the event is a mix of shopping, entertainment, education; over 90 vendors; free classes on women’s health, self-defense, cooking demonstrations, fashion show; wedding planning including cake decorating, dresses, tuxedos, flowers, photographers; door prizes every 15 minutes; Health Screen for Life (free); breakout sessions on chiropractic care, gun safety, estate planning, early stroke detection
“Meet the Princesses for Tea Time” with tea and confections by The Garlic Glove; dress up as your favorite princess (Sun, noon-2 p.m.); portion of the proceeds from this event donated to Kingman Aide to Abused People (KAAP).
Event sponsors include The Kingman Daily Miner, adspay, The Garlic Clove Restaurant and Catering, the Mohave County Fair Association and KGMN Super Country 100.1 FM.
Where: Mohave County Fairgrounds, 2600 Fairgrounds Blvd, Kingman
When: Sat, Feb 25 (10 a.m.-5 p.m. AZ), Sun, Feb 26 (10 a.m.-4 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $3
Info: Call Donna Touchette at 928-897-8592 or Dora Manley at 928-279-4560 or 928-757-3368; or 928-279-4560; or email NWWomensexpo14@yahoo.com or visit NorthwestArizonaWomensExpo.com


 

BICYCLE BUILD-OFF
Saturday-Sunday, February 25-26
What: The Legends of Route 66 Bike Build-Off is a multi-layered event spread over two day; motorcycle build-off (baggers, choppers, street cruisers); motorcycle poker run on portions of Old Route 66; live music by the bands Kevin Jaxon & Midnight Sun and Crosscut; tattoo contest; show ‘n’ shine for motorcycles and cars; beer garden and food court; family fun zone; bicycle competition (build a bicycle from scratch); arm wrestling. Event hosted by Veterans United AZ.
Where: Lake Havasu State Park, Lot 4, Lake Havasu City
When: Sat, Feb 25 (9 a.m.-7 p.m. AZ), Sun, Feb 26 (10 a.m.-4 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $10 per day
Info: Call Frankie Lyons at 928-302-9547 or email dogdaze98@yahoo.com


 

LINE DANCE MEGA EVENT
Sunday, February 26
What: This fund raiser for Havasu Community Health Foundation is the “6th Annual Line Dance on the Bridge” and sees the London Bridge fill up with hundreds of line dancers; plus two more hours of line dancing following the “takeover” of the bridge.
Where: London Bridge, McCulloch Blvd, Lake Havasu City
When: Sun, Feb 26 (event from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. AZ; bridge dance and closure of bridge from 2:30 p.m.-3 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $15 until Sat, Feb 25; $20 day of event
Info: Call 928-453-8190 or email havasucomunityhealth@hotmail.com or go to havasucommunityhealth.org


 

LIVE THEATER
Tuesday, February 28
What: The Shakespeare in the Schools Tour from Southern Utah University in Cedar City in cooperation with the 21st Century Grant presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the Shakespeare classic comedy.
Where: Mohave High School Auditorium, 2251 Hwy 95 (corner of Hancock and Hwy 95), Bullhead City
When: Tues, Feb 28 (7 p.m. AZ)
Cost: free
Info: Call Lori Garner at 928-758-3916, ext 1247 or email lgarner@cruhsd.org


 

LIVE THEATER
Wednesday, March 1
What: The Shakespeare in the Schools Tour from Southern Utah University in Cedar City in cooperation with the 21st Century Grant presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the Shakespeare classic comedy.
Where: Lee Williams High School, 400 Grandview, Kingman
When: Wed, March 1 (7 p.m. AZ)
Cost: free
Info: Call Jennifer Potter at 928-753-8417 or Debbie Talk/Sarah Kucharek at 928-718-6000


 

COUNTRYFEST
Thursday, March 2
What: The “Countryfest 2017″ is a country music show and dinner featuring Branson, Missouri entertainer, Keith Allynn, who has created musical comedy/variety shows including “On the Road with Willie and Other Outlaws starring Not Really Willie”; music to include that of Willie, Waylon, Marty Robbins, Elvis and others; proceeds to benefit Christian Counseling for the Community.
Where: St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1664 Central Ave, Bullhead City
When: Thurs, March 2 (5:30 p.m. AZ)
Cost: $20 includes BBQ plate dinner of pulled pork, two sides and apple tart dessert.
Info: Call 928-758-2301 or go to stjohnbhc.org


 

SQUARE DANCE PARTY
Every Other Saturday; upcoming dates are Sat, Feb 25, March 11, March 25
What: An evening of square dancing with the Kingman Kut-Ups Square Dance Club
Where: Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center, 1776 Airway Ave, Kingman
When: Sat, Feb 25, March 11, 25 (7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. AZ)
Cost/Info: Call Nancy Atkeson at 928-530-8919 or go to mikewildercalling.com


 

LINE DANCING
The following are line dance lessons available in the area outside the casinos. For additional line dance lessons available at the Riverside Resort; see “Showtimes” page 5.
• AZ~GUYZ~N~DAHLZ, Vista Del Sol, 3249 Felipe (off the Bullhead Pkwy), Bullhead City—”Boots ‘n’ Bling” are free line dance lessons for ultra beginners, beginners and improvers every Thurs (2 p.m.-4 p.m. AZ), 928-444-6717
• Old Town Saloon, 2850 S. Casino Dr, Laughlin—free beginner line dance lessons on a 700 sq ft dance floor with Jim, Tues (1 p.m.-3 p.m. NV) and Wed (3 p.m.-5 p.m. AZ); these lessons are geared for fun, beginner-to-improver level line dances; free lessons (tips appreciated); must be 21 or older; call 702-298-3866 for further information


 

MOHAVE COUNTY LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Bullhead City
What: The Mohave County Library in Bullhead City offers a variety of programs each month. Those include (free unless otherwise specified):
•Fri, Feb 24 (2 p.m. AZ)—Cyber Security and You, a program presented by Nathan Blakely covering security on WiFi, computers, mobile devices, online banking, anti-virus, social engineering, passwords, more.
Where: Mohave County Library, 1170 E. Hancock Road, Bullhead City. The library is open Mon, Wed (9 a.m.-6 p.m. AZ), Tues, Thurs (9 a.m.-8 p.m. AZ), Fri, Sat (9 a.m.-5 p.m. AZ)
Info: Cathy De Graffenreid at 928-758-0714 or see mohavecountylibrary.info

 

LIVE MUSIC

(no cover unless listed)
To have info listed on these pages, contact the Laughlin entertainer at entertainereditor@gmail.com or call 928-763-2505, ext 7232

•Canyon 66 Restaurant & Lounge-3100 E. Andy Devine Ave, Kingman (inside the Ramada Hotel); 928-529-5010—Comedy and live entertainment—first Thurs of the month; next one is Thurs, March 2 (8 p.m. AZ)

•Castle Rock Bar & Grill-3743 US 93, Golden Valley, Arizona; 928-565-3303—Moonshadow – Bridget Langston on vocals/keyboard (intimate, classic rock favorites)—Fri, Feb 24 (7 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ)

•Cattle Crossing Saloon-4105 Hwy 68, Golden Valley, Arizona; 928-565-3630—Mark & Marilyn of Galaxy (rock/variety)—Sat (starting at 7 p.m. AZ)

•Cocktails (Lounge)-3935 Hwy 95, Bullhead City; 928-758-4955—Class Act with Grace Black, Eddie Sedillo and Johnny Hull (wide variety; pop/rock/country/salsa)—every Tuesday (7 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ)

•Colianno’s-2200 Hwy 95 (corner of Hancock and Hwy 95), Bullhead City; 928-758-7104—Bella (strolling accordion music)—Wed (5 p.m.-8 p.m. AZ); Melody Louise (variety)—Thurs (6 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); The Ultimate Elvis Extravaganza with Clint & Ila (Elvis tribute and more)—Fri-Sun, Feb 24-26 (6 p.m.-8 p.m. AZ); Entertainment All-Starz (variety)—Sundays starting Sun, March 5 (6 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ)

•Crazy Ray’s Creative Creations-in Oatman, Arizona at south end of Main St (Historic Route 66) at entrance to self-guided mine tours; 951-436-6480—Bumpin Uglys featuring Crazy Ray and George Joseph (classic rock and roll, country, originals)—daily (10 a.m.-3 p.m. AZ, 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 going

•Diana’s Cellar Door Wine Bar-414 E. Beale St., Kingman; 928-753-3885— entertainers TBA—Wed-Thurs (7 p.m. AZ); Sat (8 p.m. AZ), Tues (noon AZ); see the-cellar-door.com for more info
•Digger Dave’s Bar & Grill-4962 Tennessee West, downtown Chloride, Arizona; 928-565-3283—Open mic on top quality sound system for top quality talent; host musicians are Eric the Dragonslayer and Digger Dave himself, food available—daily (8 a.m.-10 p.m. AZ)

•Eagles Lodge of Kingman-4536 N. Patsy Dr., Kingman; 928-757-8635­—bands TBA (usually country/classic rock ‘n’ roll)—Fridays (6 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ); ; open to members of any Eagles Lodge and guests

•Fire House Coffee Shop-Riverview Mall, 2350 Miracle Mile #306, Bullhead City; 928-201-6211—Antiquated Systems performing solo and with friends in a style of show called “Reminiscing with Goofy” (traditional country, Oldies of ’50s-’70s plus a few new ones), Sun, Feb 19 (11 a.m.-2 p.m. AZ); Billy Kay and ROSS “Live” (acoustic classic rock), Mondays (11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. AZ)

•La Casa Del Pollo-2064 Hwy 95 (at Talc Rd), Bullhead City; 928-704-0029—Class Act with Grace Black, Eddie Sedillo and Johnny Hull (wide variety; pop/rock/country)—Thursdays (5 p.m.-8 p.m. AZ)

•Lazy Harry’s-2170 Rio Grande Road (next to Arizona Veterans Memorial on the river), Bullhead City; 928-758-6322—Tiki Bandits (’50s-’60s music revue)—Fri, Feb 24 (starts a 9 p.m.); Blues Night Jam hosted by Buck Naykid, third Thursday of each month; next one is Thurs, March 16 (7 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ); Sunday Jam Session with Overdrive (Ray Gunn, Kenny Mohs, Bruce Speakman)—Sundays (2 p.m.-6 p.m. AZ)

•Lisa’s Bistro-1595 Mohave Dr. #4, Bullhead City (on street across from north side of Walmart); 928-219-5911— ROSS “Live” (smooth jazz guitar)—Tues, Feb 28 (5 p.m.-8 p.m. AZ); K.Brick Show (sax, clarinet, flute, jazz/R&B)—Mondays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. AZ); Stan Ruffo (blues)—Wednesdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. AZ); An intimate evening with Billy Kay and friends (variety)—Thursdays (5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. AZ

•Loyal Order of the Moose, Lodge #1860 Bullhead City-2620 Miracle Mile, Bullhead City; call 928-763-1860—Class Act with Grace Black, Eddie Sedillo and Johnny Hull (wide variety; pop/rock/country/salsa)—Sat, Feb 25 (6 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ); open to members of any Moose Lodge and their guests

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

•Old Town Saloon-2850 S. Casino Dr., Laughlin; 702-298-3866—;Catbone (“Blues-a-billy”) with A.J. Rocans (guitar/vocals), Johnny Mack (harmonica/vocals), Lex Blackstun (guitar/vocals) and Kenny Mohs (drums/vocals)—Sat, Feb 25 (9 p.m.-1 a.m. NV); Pat O’Brien (wide variety of styles from Sinatra to Andrea Bocelli)—Tues, Feb 28 (5 p.m.-9 p.m. NV)

•Roadhouse 95 Bar & Grill-5100 Hwy 95, Fort Mohave; 928-577-2510— Open mic/jam session hosted by Billy Kay and ROSS “Live”—Fri, Feb 24 (7 p.m.-11 p.m. AZ)

•Stetson Winery-10965 N. Moonscape Way, Route 66 at Valle Vista, 17 miles east of Kingman; 928-757-7206—solo/small combos (variety)—Sundays; (all music from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. AZ; winery opens 1 p.m. AZ)

•VFW #2190-main street Chloride, Arizona; 928-565-9555—Double Diamond Band (country)—Saturdays (6 p.m. AZ)

•Yesterday’s Restaurant-9827 2nd St., Chloride, Arizona; 928-565-2559— Moonshadow – Bridget Langston on vocals/keyboard (intimate, classic rock favorites)—Sun, Feb 26 (2 p.m.-5 p.m. AZ)

 

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 7232 or entertainereditor@gmail.com

•19th Hole Bar & Grill-at the Rivers Edge Golf Course, 144 Marina Dr, Needles; call 760-326-3343—Karaoke with Jeff—call for dates (6 p.m.-10 p.m. CA)

•American Legion Post #87-2245 Clearwater Dr., Suite B, Bullhead City (next to Iguana’s Mexican Restaurant); call 928-763-0305—Karaoke with Sandy and Ingrid—Fri (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); Karaoke with Mike Borders—Sat (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); open to any American Legion member and guests; the kitchen is now open

•Amvets Post #19-4310 S. Hwy 95, Suite A, Ft. Mohave; call 928-704-1992—Karaoke with various KJs—Fridays (6 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ); open to members and guests

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

•Chaparral Golf & Country Club -1260 Mohave Dr, Bullhead City; 928-758-3939—Karaoke with Dick Patzold—Fri (5 p.m.-9 p.m.; dinner 3 p.m.-7 p.m. AZ)

•Cocktails (Lounge)-3935 Hwy 95, Bullhead City; 928-758-4955—Karaoke with Top Shelf Entertainment – Dustin & Judy—Wed (8 p.m.-midnight AZ)

•Fast Fanny’s Place-Main St (Historic Route 66), Oatman; 928-768-7400—Karaoke with Bob Murray, unique afternoon karaoke—daily (10 a.m.-5 p.m. AZ)

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

•Jester’s Sports Lounge-877 Hancock Road, Bullhead City; 928-763-0850 —”Party-Oke” with DJ Loke (combo karaoke and DJ)—Fri (9 p.m.-2 a.m. AZ)

•Kathryn Heindriech Adult Center-1776 Airway Ave, Kingman; 928-757-2778 and ask for Debbie—karaoke with Todd Maehren—Mon (4 p.m.-7 p.m. AZ), $1 admission

•La Casa Del Pollo-2064 Hwy 95 (at Talc Rd), Bullhead City; 928-704-0029—Karaoke with Rhapsody Entertainment—Fridays (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); Karaoke with Grace Black—Mondays (5 p.m.-8 p.m. AZ); Karaoke with Jeff—Tuesdays (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ)

•Lazy Harry’s-2170 Rio Grande Road (next to Arizona Veterans Memorial on the river), Bullhead City; 928-758-6322—Karaoke/dancing hosted by DJ Firelilly (also Ladies Night specials)—Tuesdays (7 p.m.-11 p.m. AZ)

•Moose Lodge Post #1860 Bullhead City-2620 Miracle Mile, Bullhead City; call 928-763-1860—Karaoke with a variety of KJs—Fri and Sat (6 p.m.-10 p.m. AZ); open to members of any Moose Lodge and their guests

•O’Leary’s Pub-1063 Hwy 95, Bullhead City; 928-754-4226—”Party-Oke” with DJ Loke (combo karaoke and DJ)—Sun (7 p.m.-11 p.m. AZ)

•The Pour House-845 Hancock Rd, Bullhead City; 928-299-5220—Aloha Friends Karaoke with host Karaoke Kalani—Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat (8 p.m.-midnight AZ), Sun (1 p.m.-5 p.m. AZ)

•The Red Dog Saloon-914 W. Broadway, Needles; 760-326-9919—Karaoke with Tony—Thurs (8 p.m. CA)

•Roadhouse 95 Bar & Grill-5100 Hwy 95, Fort Mohave; 928-577-2510— Karaoke with Jeff—Wednesdays (7 p.m.-11 p.m. AZ)

•Route 66 Bar-1900 Needles Highway, Needles, California; 760-326-2277—Karaoke Las Vegas—Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun (8:30 p.m.-? CA)

•The Time Out Tavern-2601 N. Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman; 928-753-2334—Karaoke with Don West—Wed and Thurs (9 p.m.-1 a.m. AZ); Karaoke with LA Sound—Sun (9 p.m.-closing AZ)

•VFW #10005-1611 Marble Canyon Dr (across from Scooters off Miracle Mile), Bullhead City; 928-758-7808— Karaoke with Rhapsody Entertainment—every Monday and Saturday (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); also Karaoke with variety of KJs—Wed, Fri (5 p.m.-9 p.m. AZ); open to members of any veterans organizations and their signed guests

•VFW #2190-main street Chloride, Arizona; 928-565-9555—Karaoke with Sharon—Fri (6 p.m. AZ); Karaoke with Frank & Friends—Sun (2 p.m.-6 p.m. AZ)