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Friday Night Dirt Duels will kick off the Crayon 301 NASCAR weekend on July 14. This year's event will feature Sprint Cars of New England, two classes of Granite State Mini Sprints & the Dirt Midget Association battling it out in their respective series at The Flat Track. Don't miss your first chance to get in on the three-day 50/50 Raffle that benefits the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities, as it kicks off during Friday Night Dirt Duels. Once the dirt settles, you can enjoy an amazing fireworks display & rock the night away with a live Shot of Poison concert.

Friday Night Videos was initially produced by Dick Ebersol. From 1974 until 1981, in his role as Director of Late Night Programming at NBC, he co-produced The Midnight Special with that series' creator, Burt Sugarman. Ebersol departed from The Midnight Special in 1981 to take over as the executive producer of his co-creation with Lorne Michaels, Saturday Night Live. Upon doing this, The Midnight Special was canceled and replaced by the Canadian-import sketch comedy program SCTV, which turned out to be a placeholder on NBC's late Friday night/early Saturday morning schedule for a two-year period. SCTV was a quick, cheap solution to an emergency scheduling gap created by Ebersol's urgent departure and was probably not intended to be permanent to start with.

As such, while at SNL, a show that had just gotten back on its feet after some years of decline due to break-out cast members such as Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo, Ebersol decided that he would attempt another Friday night music-based program and, instead of simply reviving The Midnight Special, his idea grew into what would become Friday Night Videos, which would replace SCTV in 1983; that show ran for one more year on the pay cable channel Cinemax in the U.S. before discontinuing production in 1984.[3]

In the beginning, like its predecessors The Midnight Special and SCTV, the show ran 90 minutes in length, and consisted of music videos introduced by an off-camera announcer. In addition to this, classic artists of the 1960s and 1970s occasionally appeared in "Hall of Fame Videos", major stars were profiled in "Private Reels", and new clips made their network debuts as "World Premiere Videos".

On June 12, 1987, the show was cut from 90 minutes to an hour, and its starting time was moved back from 12:30 a.m./ET to 1:30 a.m., as a result of Late Night with David Letterman, which had previously only aired Monday-Thursday nights (Tuesday-Friday mornings) at 12:30 a.m. and had become a major ratings hit by that point, adding a Friday night (Saturday morning) broadcast.

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In early 1990, NBC sporadically ran a Saturday morning edition of FNV for viewers who missed the show hours earlier because of its late-night timeslot. These episodes, however, were usually not repeats of the new episode that just aired earlier in the AM but instead tended to be a compilation of past guest hosts. That fall, the network premiered a clone show on the Saturday morning lineup named Saturday Morning Videos, which followed Saved by the Bell and was basically a campier version of FNV that targeted the lead-in teenage audience. It was canceled in 1992.

In 1991, live in-studio musical performances, again to emulate an MTV trend of the time (e.g., Unplugged), were added. On April 5, Tom Kenny, a then-unknown comedian who would gain fame through voice acting, most notably as SpongeBob SquarePants, became the regular on-screen host, joined by longtime New York R&B deejay Frankie Crocker, who hosted his own feature, "Frankie Crocker's Journal", which highlighted important dates in music history. Crocker later became the host, followed by Darryl M. Bell and eventually Tonight Show Band leader Branford Marsalis in 1993.

In 2000, despite having its highest ratings in years, the show was once again reformatted by NBC for budgetary reasons, occasioned in part by a minor economic recession at the time. Under that title, Friday Night's last telecast was December 29, after a seven-year run under that moniker. On January 5, 2001, the show returned under the name Late Friday. Discontinuing the music and feature segments entirely, the show now solely revolved around stand-up comedians performing their stage routines. Late Friday continued to air until Last Call with Carson Daly was expanded to five nights a week in May 2002; that show had just begun in January of that year as a Monday-Thursday (Tuesday-Friday mornings) strip at 1:30 a.m. Eastern. NBC opted not to relocate Late Friday and dropped the program after a 19-year run, the last 16 months or so under its final format. The cancellation marked the end of 29 years of NBC scheduling a weekly Friday late-night music or comedy/variety show; since then, the former Friday Night timeslot was later filled with A Little Late with Lilly Singh after Last Call ended in 2019; A Little Late ran until June 2021, at which time NBC gave back the former timeslot back to its affiliates.

The free Capitol Riverfront Friday Night Concert Series is back on the Yards Park boardwalk! Every Friday night this summer, come to Yards Park to relax and enjoy the river view, fantastic bands, food and beverage, and a large variety of great restaurants within a few minutes walk from the park. Family-friendly lyrics and grassy open space make this an enjoyable event for adults and kids alike.

Friday Night SmackDown returns to Amway Center on July 21! This highly anticipated event promises to be an unforgettable night of electrifying wrestling action, featuring the biggest names in the WWE universe.

Friday Night SmackDown is renowned for its action-packed matches, larger-than-life personalities, and unexpected twists and turns. Whether you are a die-hard WWE fan or just looking for an exciting night out, you won't want to miss this incredible event.

Friday is your night! Enjoy access to all our amazing animals and award-winning exhibits for half the price of general admission during Half-Price Friday Nights, brought to you by M&T Bank. An evolution of our Friday After Five program, Half-Price Friday Nights runs year-round, allowing you to spend any (or every) Friday evening after 5 pm at the Aquarium. Tickets are available online or Friday evenings on-site.

Come to The Wharf for free themed dance nights with live music on Transit Pier on the second Friday in June, July, and August at 7pm. Each night will feature a different style of music and dancing.

There's nothing quite like nights at Alpental! Beat the weekend crowds and expand your ski or snowboard abilities under the lights. FNL is a weekly opportunity for a family adventure and a chance to lap with friends. Groups are formed by discipline (ski or snowboard), age, and ability by default.

Our 2023 season will take place Friday nights from June 23 to August 25. Fishing takes place from 5PM to 8PM at the Diamond Teague Park Recreation Dock. In 2022, we had 981 people come out for free and fun fishing on the Anacostia!


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