AGT finale watch party set

Reina P. Cunningham Contributing Writer

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America has cast their final votes and the waiting will soon be over for fans in Bell and Harlan counties, the surrounding area and across the nation as they wait to see if local America’s Got Talent contestant Jimmy Rose wins the show.

Main Street Pineville (MSP) and The Big One 106.3 invites Rose fans to come to the courthouse square tonight and be a part of the final watch party and support Rose as he finds out if he wins the show.

Members of Rose’s family have been coming to the watch parties to hear the results with fans from the Tri-State and plan on being at the party tonight.

Tonight’s watch party is scheduled to begin at 7:30 on the Pine Street side of the courthouse. Jimmy’s brother, Chris, is one of five performers scheduled to perform. Other local artists performing include Jade Robertson, Brooklyhn Woods, Joe Letendre and Nate Cornett.

The recap and results show can be viewed on the inflatable screen at 8 p.m. MSP will have concessions available as well as a table for everyone to make signs.

There will also be games and competitions for Jimmy signed memorabilia.

In the event of rain, the event will be moved to the old Pineville High School gymnasium. MSP Director Jacob Roan asks that everyone please stay tuned to the MSP Facebook page and The Big One 106.3 for weather updates.


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