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The Daily Plan-It: Fashion Week, 'On the Razzle,' and Later That Day

Good morning and happy May Day (that's a thing still, right?)! Anyway, enjoy the heat and take a look at what's going on today.

At noon, you have choices to make. After stopping at the Market Square Farmer's Market, you can head to the KJO Jazz Lunch in the Square Room for the tribute to sax player Joe Henderson. Tickets to the lunch are $15. Buy them here

If jazz isn't really your thing, head over to the visitor center to catch Mark Brine play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special with Frank Solivan, and Dirty Kitchen. It's free to attend, as always!

Knoxville's Spring Fashion Week kicks off tonight at 6 at Ruth's Chris Streakhouse. The preview runway will feature designers Keoni, Nastershum, Southern Grace, and Marc Nelson. Head over to Fashion Week's website for the full schedule and to purchase tickets.

At 7 p.m., the Orion Astronomy Club will meet at the Grove Theater in Oak Ridge. UT Prof Mark Littmann will be on hand to present "How Edmund Halley Mad Sir Isaac Newton Famous: A Play." (Littmann is also the chair of Excellence in Science, Technology, and Medical Writing.) Check out the group's website for more info.

Theater fans, check out Clarence Brown Theatre's presentation of the Tom Stoppard farce "On the Razzle" tonight at 7:30. Tickets are $12-$25. Buy them here.

Hard rock band Later That Day will play at the Well tonight at 9 with the Fifth Street Saints and Inward Eden. Cover's $5. 21+ only.

Wrap up the night at the Preservation Pub, where Big Gene and Daddy Lee's Loudpack will play at 10. Cover's $5. 21+ only.

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