Smackdown Trivia & Karaoke


  • Ongoing: until Sunday, October 23, 2011
  • Sunday: 8:00pm
  • Sunday: 8:00pm
  • Where: Bottleneck, Lawrence
  • Cost: Free - $3
  • Age limit: Not available

Smackdown! Trivia

Think you’re smarter than everyone else? Now you have the chance to prove it.

Smackdown! Trivia began in 2000 and is the brainchild of Andy Morton, who also hosts local Channel 6’s “1 On 1 Trivia”, and was a recent contestant on VH1’s “Pop Culture.”

The premise is simple: answer the most questions right, and your team wins the cash prize. So gather your smartest friends, and head down to the Bottleneck where you have a chance to put your money where your mouth is. You know what else goes where your mouth is? $1.50 draws and $2.50 wells.

Sunday nights at 8 pm. $5 entry fee per person. In the event that there is a show that night, Smackdown! relocates to Conroy’s Pub (3115 W. 6th St.).

Karaoke Sundays

Don't miss the fun Sundays at the Bottleneck with our own twisted version of KARAOKE.

Deriving its name from two words, kara "empty/void", and okesutora "orchestra", karaoke has been taking the world by storm since it became popular in Japan in the early 1970's.

Come show off your singing skills (or lack thereof!) with your friends as you belt out "Back in Black", sing to your sweetie or test your vocal range with a little Nina Simone.

With our vast catalogue of music, there's something for everyone's taste and range. And don't worry, we'll help loosen those lips with cheap drink specials that'll have you crooning in no time! (Sundays at 11, after Smackdown! Trivia, unless previously scheduled event has been booked.)

Sunday is also our Service Industry Night. So all bartenders, waitresses, cooks, dishwashers, doormen & hostesses are encouraged to join in the FREE fun.

Karaoke is FREE for over 21 year olds and only $3 for under 21.

Drink specials: $1.75 draws, $2.50 well drinks

Drink specials

  • Sundays at The Bottleneck: $2 draws + wells
  • Sundays at The Bottleneck: $2 draws + wells

This event was posted Oct. 14, 2011 and last updated Sept. 16, 2014


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