1.This weekend's big show is the Duel on Dauphin Street. Beginning at 11 a.m. tomorrow and lasting until 3, several bars downtown will be pulling out the kettles and the spices and boiling up their best mudbugs. Celebrity judges will determine who's crawdad pinches their fancy the best and crown a winner. It's a family friendly event and will raise money for Bay Area Food Bank.
2. Over at the Wharf on Sunday one of today's biggest country groups will be throwing down. Lady Antebellum will take the stage in Orange Beach Sunday evening, so it's a good time to get some sun, suds and country music. They have a ticket four pack selling for just $80, which is a nice price.
3. And tonight in Biloxi at the Hard Rock Casino, you can catch former Poison frontman and "Rock of Love" star Bret Michaels doing his thing. He'll have you singing Every Rose Has Its Thorn and Talk Dirty to Me in no time. Who knows, he may even pimp your RV, which seems to be his latest reality TV gig. Show starts at 8.
4. 3. Saturday morning will be a great one to head down to Cathedral Square for the Market in the Square downtown. All the great locally grown veggies and other edibles, as well as arts and crafts produced right here at home. They crank up at 7:30 so get there early before everything's gone.
5. This weekend things are going to be wild in Pensacola as some amazing musical acts gather for the Unleashed festival. Kristy Lee, Brandi Carlisle, Indigo Girls and many more are playing throughout the weekend at Flounders Chowder House on Pensacola Beach. Each night has a different lineup of top acts. A general admission four-day pass is $100 and tickets are sold for individual days. Check it out at pensacolaunleased.com
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