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The Daily Plan-It: Green Drinks, Celtic Thunder, and an Evening of Bluegrass

Good morning! Congrats on making it through Monday. Here's what's going on today.

At noon, the group Organizing for Action will present a satirical skit about right-wing opposition to climate change action on Market Square. It's free to attend.

Green Drinks Knoxville, where people working, or interested in, the environmental sector can meet up and talk shop will be at the Public House tonight at 5:30. 21+ only.

Irish music outfit Celtic Thunder will make a stop in Knoxville tonight at 7:30 at the Tennessee Theatre. Tickets to the show are $25-$75. Buy them here.

If bluegrass is more up your alley, head over to the Bijou Theatre for a WDVX-sponsored evening with some of the most exciting young musicians in the genre, including Punch Brothers banjo player Noam Pikelny, Hot Rize guitarist Bryan Sutton, ex-Infamous Stringdusters mandolin player Jesse Cobb, Union Station bassist Barry Bales, and Jerry Douglas Band fiddler Luke Bulla. Tickets are $21.50. Buy them here.

Wrap up the evening at the Preservation Pub, where the Gone Bads will play at 10 p.m. with Daikaiju, and the Mutations. Cover's $3. 21+ only.

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