Best Best August 29, 2013

dentmayCARSON CULVER
Oxford singer-songwriter Dent May (pictured) will celebrate the release of his third record, “Warm Blanket,” this weekend at Proud Larry’s. Talbot Adams will open the show at 9 p.m. Friday. Tickets are $10. May’s tour, which kicks off in Oxford, will take him all over the world, including France, Germany and Italy. Check out Dent May online at dentmay.com and learn more about the show at proudlarrys.com.

CORINTH
Memphis band Motel Mirrors to perform at Grahams
Some Memphis musicians have formed a new band, and they’re releasing their self-titled EP this weekend.

Motel Mirrors, made up of Amy LaVere and John Paul Keith with Shawn Zorn, will launch the new EP with a performance at Grahams Corner Store in Corinth at 9 p.m. Saturday.

Tickets are $15.

Find out more at grahamscornerstore.com.

OXFORD
Yocona Folk Festival to feature performances, food
This year’s Yocona International Folk Festival will include Iranian, Turkish, British, American, Indian and Scottish dances as well as international cuisine.

Turkish appetizers will be provided by Petra at 6 p.m. Friday at the Meek Hall lobby on the Ole Miss campus, followed by the festival at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $10, with student and senior tickets available for $6.

Call (662) 801-3438 or visit yoconafestival.org.

BOONEVILLE
Bluegrass Bean Festival Saturday in Booneville
The Northeast Mississippi Bluegrass Bean Festival is Saturday at the Old Booneville Hardware Store.

The Sparks Family kicks off the day at 10:30 a.m., followed by Lisa Lambert at 12:30 p.m. Corinth Courthouse Square Pickers, Bobby Parker & Old Time Gospel, Good Time Grass, Wayne Jerolds & Savannah Grass, Saltillo Circuit Riders and

Knee Deep Bluegrass will also perform.

Beans, cornbread, onion and pickles will be served for free, with coffee and cold drinks for sale.

Call (662) 210-5229 or 416-6468 for more information.

TUPELO
<b>Improv comedy
tonight at Link
</b>Get the giggles at West of Shake Rag’s show tonight at the Link Centre.
The show starts at 7 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre.
It’s $5.