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Queen tribute, local talents highlight Park schedule

Park Theater manager Joe Harvey is pleased to announce the remainder of the theater’s schedule for 2022. Featuring a mix of returning acts and some first-time appearances, the lineup offers a variety of entertainment options for all tastes.

One of the new acts will be a Queen tribute band called The Kings of Queen, billed as the nation’s top Queen tribute, appearing Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. The band hails from California and is led by Emo Alaeddin, dubbed the “reincarnated Freddie Mercury.” John Salaway, from Main Street Live favorite, Forever Abbey Road, will open the show.

Country rock favorites Con-federate Railroad will appear Nov. 19. The band has no shortage of hits such as “Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind,” “Trashy Women,” “Elvis and Andy,” “Jesus and Mama,” “She Never Cried,” and “Queen of Memphis.”

The schedule also features the return of local talent. Chip Greene and Friends will feature McMinnville native Chip Greene along with Jennifer Vazquez and Eric Stuart from Nashville. The show will benefit Warren County Food Bank.

And Harvey will trade his theater manager hat for a performer hat as he and the Joe Harvey Band will bring back their popular Black Friday Bash Nov. 25.  

From Dec. 9 – 11, Paula’s Dance Academy will be presenting “The Nutcracker.” This year will mark the first time since 2019 that the Joe Harvey Band’s Black Friday Bash and Paula’s Dance Academy’s performance will happen, having been canceled by COVID in 2020 and 2021.