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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Friday Night Fever set for May 12, benefits Sycamore Shoals Hospital
Friday Night Fever will be held May 12, this year at Blackthorn Club at The Ridges in Jonesborough.

Friday Night Fever set for May 12, benefits Sycamore Shoals Hospital

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – It’s time to put on your boogie-woogie shoes and have a groovy time – all for a great cause!

The 2nd annual Friday Night Fever is set for May 12 from 6 to 11:30 p.m. at Blackthorn Club at The Ridges in Jonesborough. The event, a benefit for Sycamore Shoals Hospital Community Foundation, will have a distinctive ‘70s theme, and will feature gourmet food, a live auction and a disco dance exhibition by national champions.

Guests are encouraged to dress for a night of disco fun and prepare to dance the night away with Party on the Moon, the band that performs worldwide for celebrities, global companies and more. The band will be playing disco favorites, Motown, R&B, ‘80s, classic rock and current hits.

Hosted by the Sycamore Shoals Hospital Community Foundation, Friday Night Fever is more than a party; money raised by the event will go toward the purchase of a 3D mammography unit. This important new technology enables earlier and more accurate detection of cancer than the traditional two-dimensional equipment.

Attendees can dine on gourmet food, like made-to-order sliders, assorted savory skewers, a potato boat station and unique specialty desserts – like microphone cake pops and cookie dough egg rolls – all prepared by Blackthorn Club Executive Chef, James J. Allen.

During the live auction, guests can bid on exciting items, including a tropical vacation in Mexico, a Jason Witten/Dallas Cowboys football package, a once-in-a-lifetime Washington D.C. experience, a race fan’s dream Bass Pro Shop NRA Night Race package and more. 

The fun will start early. Special guests Dr. Mike and Kim Adler, three-time United Country Western Dance Council World Champions, will perform “The Hustle” and lead the crowd in a dance lesson before Party on the Moon takes the stage.

Tickets are $125 each and include access to the event, unlimited food and two drinks.

To purchase tickets, visit, or call the Mountain States Foundation at 423-302-3131.

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