Pat Kelly’s Gong Show

Pat Kelly’s Gong Show

Have a talent you want to share? Then you’re in luck! Pat Kelly will host his very own “Gong Show” at The Still Bar & Grill in Agawam, this Thursday (6/6) from 7 to 9pm!

It’s a two hour variety show packed with people just like you! We’ll give you up to five minutes on stage to perform whatever it is you do best… But don’t get “gonged”!

You could score a Fender Squire Bullet Guitar, a Budweiser Prize Pack or a $100 Gift Card to The Still!

So if you’ve got skills, whatever they might be, register below and join us on Thursday June 6th from 7 to 9PM!

It’s Pat Kelly’s Gong Show, from The Still Bar & Grill, and Lazer 99.3, Everything That Rocks!

Contest Rules here.

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