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Crowd-enforced Christmas karaoke at the Tavernacle

“Do they know it’s Christmastime at all?” (most racist song ever) “Baby it’s cold outside…”

In its third year, a group of holiday music enthusiasts take over the Tavernacle the Sunday night before Christmas and boo any person that doesn’t sing a holiday-themed song.

“It’s much more fun than you would expect and will get you in the holiday spirit,” organizer Mark Ferne said. He also encourages people to wear an ugly sweater or holiday-themed clothes.

The Tavernacle is on the corner of 200 East and 300 South, and karaoke begins at 9 p.m.



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