Singin’ Along in Low Places: The Country Sing-Along

Director The Action Pack
Year 2013
Starring Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Shania Twain, Reba McEntire
Rating PG-13
Run Time 120min
More Info Official Website

Our first ever ALL COUNTRY Sing-Along party, featuring the legends of country like Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Kenny Chesney and so much more!

Remember back when a hoe was a hoe and Coke was a Coke? Do you also miss back when Kenny Chesney sang about tillin' up the land instead of putting his toes in the sand? Or how about when Taylor Swift's focus was on "Tim McGraw" and not one of the kids from One Direction? What about when the closest Nelly ever got to country was when he was talking about its grammar? Us too!

That's why we're finally givin' the fans of country music a voice at the Drafthouse! We've had pop princesses, boy bands, synthesizers and even gangstas, but for the first time ever we're givin' you the heart of America with our "Singin' with Friends in Low Places" Country Sing-Along. (With more apostrophes in places of "g's" than you can handle!)

Yes, there will be songs about tractors, whiskey, cheatin' hearts and love letters that ask you to check "Yes" or "No." All of these songs will help you remember the times back when you said "I'm down with that," it meant you had the flu.

But this isn't just a sing-along, folks. You better believe there's goin' to be a line dance or two durin' this show, so make sure you dust off those Achy Breaky dance moves. If you've forgotten how, the ladies from Juliet Lam Workshop in Tapei would be more than happy to help you out, naturally.

So button up those pearl snaps, slip on some Noconas, pick out your favorite Stetson and head on down to the Drafthouse for the rootinest, tootinest time you'll ever have this side of the Mississippi!

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