Heed my words good people. On a weekend so jam packed full of fun, t'would be wise to start your journey on Market Square. Shakespeare on the Square runs Thursday through Saturday. This week enjoy a live, free performance of Twelfth Night. Head down in time to grab a seat. The show goes on at 7pm.

Summer Movie Magic continues this weekend at the Tennessee Theatre. Friday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm, catch Henry Fonda and Katherine Hepburn's Oscar winning performance in the film "On Golden Pond". Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for children and seniors.

If you're looking for a full day of softball action, head to Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. 30 teams from 20 states will take the field Friday through Sunday. Grab your fold up chair and bring money for a hot dog. Games start Friday at 4pm.

How about a chance to get wet from something other than rain? The Tennessee INT Wakeboard Tour heads to Oak Ridge on Saturday. The tournament will take place off Melton Lake Drive with talents ranging from novice to just pure awesomeness. It's free to watch. Riders hit the water at 9am.

If you're in the Rocky Hill area on Saturday, stop by St. Mark United Methodist church for the Peach Festival. Admission is free with plenty of peach ice cream, live music and fun activities for the whole family. The festival runs from 2pm to 5pm.

Second Saturday is back at the Cove at Concord Park. This month's featured artist is Kitty Wampus. The show is free, family friendly and goes from 6pm to 8pm.

The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center continues its Sunset Music Series. Saturday's musical guest will be "Sons of Bluegrass". Admission to this event is $5 with the show set to start at 7pm.

Tea & Treasures, off Martin Mill Pike is bringing the Farmer's Market feel to South Knoxville. Saturday from 10am to 6pm enjoy antiques, live music, food, plants and so much more.

Saturday night at Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria, get a little retro honky-tonk from Texas native Wayne "The Train" Hancock. The show starts at 8pm. All ages are welcome.

If you're in Maryville, stop by The Shed and catch a live show from Cody Canada and the Departed joined by Southern Drawl. This show also starts at 8pm with tickets set at $20.

We wrap up the weekend at the Bijou Theatre. Toad the Wet Sprocket made a name for themselves in the '80s and '90s. They're still going strong and hitting the stage Sunday at 8pm along with Lee DeWyze. Tickets are $25.

Have a great weekend!

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