A host of popular entertainers will grace the stage at the Hee Haw Variety Show on Saturday, April 27 and April 28 at 7 p.m. in the Barnesville High School auditorium. There will be two nights with a different show each night!

Scheduled to perform are: One A Chord, All it Takes, Mike and Melinda Anderson, Jessica and Alayna Shaw, Natasha Shilling, Mindi Finnical, Savanna, Kaleigh and Rachel Finnical, Tony and Alana Huntsman, Ty and Lily Leach, Sydney Leach, Jim and Ruth Mayhugh, Nathan Anderson, Raighlyn Yakubowski, Hannah, Ella and Hadley Betts, Jean Daniels, Terry and Julie McCort, Tyler McCot, Taylor McCort, Jenna McCort, B.J. Mellott, Tammy and Johnna Sroka, Adam Butler, Jake Sherman, Sydney Pavell, Addison Degenova, Owen Anderson-Magers, and the Hee Haw Bums. The entire family is invited to come out and listen to hillbillies tell a few jokes and sing.

Organizers promise to lift visitor’s spirits and send them home feeling good. The show will provide food, wholesome fun for the entire family.

Discounted tickets are being sold in advance. The price for tickets per night will be $8 for adults, and $6 for students. All children under the age of five will be admitted free of charge. If you purchase two nights, tickets will be discounted the second night. All tickets at the door will be $10 each night. After expenses, all proceeds will benefit Mary Blake Diegmiller, who is battling cancer. 

Food will be sold for two hours prior to the show. The menu will be hot turkey sandwiches, sloppy joes, hot dogs, noodles, green beans, macaroni salad, nachos and cheese, pies, and drinks on April 27; and the menu for April 28 will be meatballs, sloppy joes, hot dogs, nachos and cheese, baked beans, macaroni salad, parsley potatoes, dessert and drinks.

For tickets or more information, call 740-425-3380 or 740-827-3877.

This show carries on the memories of Melodie Mayhugh Wrobel, who lost her life to cancer at the age of 34. Door prizes will be awarded. There will also be a silent auction provided in support of Wrobel.