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The 10 Best Spots in Maine for Karaoke, Mapped

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Maine has no true karaoke lounges with private rooms, which means if you want to sing with friends, you're going to sing with everyone in the bar. Down some liquid courage and show off your pipes at one of these musically-inclined establishments, ranging from Biddeford to Bangor, sushi bar to bowling alley.

Note: map points are ordered roughly south to north. Did we miss your favorite karaoke club? Sing its praises loud and proud in the comments section.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Flask Lounge

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Flask Lounge prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere, "much like being in your own living room!" The bar fills up when specials and events begin, usually around 9 p.m.. A comedy open mic along with karaoke on Thursday nights may just make for the most entertaining evening in Maine.

[Photo: Courtesy of Flask Lounge]

Silver House Tavern

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For weekend karaoke at an iconic Old Port dive, Silver House Tavern is your best bet. Enjoy cheap drinks at the bar and Cheap Trick on the sound system every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night starting at 9 p.m.

[Photo: Courtesy of Robert G./Yelp]

Given his impressive audition for American Idol, it's no surprise Cherry Lemonade (aka Conor Tubbs) hosts some amazing karaoke at Portland's LGBT-friendliest nightclub. Check out Styxx on Sunday and Monday nights at 9 p.m. for the show.

[Photo: Courtesy of Styxx]

Ginza Town

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Ginza Town might not have a real karaoke machine, but it does have sake and sushi, which helps make this feel like a more traditional karaoke experience. Sing along to YouTube videos every Friday and Saturday night until close at 10 p.m.

[Photo: Courtesy of Brett F./Yelp]

Old Port Tavern

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Every night, the Old Port Tavern transforms from a restaurant to a dance club. It's also one of the best weekday karaoke haunts, offering sing-a-longs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.

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Seasons Grille

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Located in the Ramada, Seasons Grille offers well priced, traditional American pub fare until 10 p.m. — and karaoke with Long Island Larry every Saturday starting at 8:30 p.m.

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Champions Sports Bar

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Champions Sorts Bar follows up its trivia night with karaoke at 9 p.m. on Thursday and Sunday.

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Bayside Bowl

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Don't let the crash of spares and strikes keep you from belting out tunes alongside a live karaoke band on Wednesday nights at Bayside Bowl. With a full bar, a dance floor, and a good sized menu, Bayside Bowl proves to be more than just a great bowling alley.

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Paddy Murphy's Irish Pub

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Enjoy a pint and a Guinness Burger with your karaoke on Monday nights at Bangor's traditional Irish pub.

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The Roost

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On Friday nights, The Roost Pub and Wingery finds itself filling up with folks wingin' and singin'. With another location in Farmington, the business certainly draws in the college crowd.

[Photo: Courtesy of The Roost]

Flask Lounge

Flask Lounge prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere, "much like being in your own living room!" The bar fills up when specials and events begin, usually around 9 p.m.. A comedy open mic along with karaoke on Thursday nights may just make for the most entertaining evening in Maine.

[Photo: Courtesy of Flask Lounge]

Silver House Tavern

For weekend karaoke at an iconic Old Port dive, Silver House Tavern is your best bet. Enjoy cheap drinks at the bar and Cheap Trick on the sound system every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night starting at 9 p.m.

[Photo: Courtesy of Robert G./Yelp]

Styxx

Given his impressive audition for American Idol, it's no surprise Cherry Lemonade (aka Conor Tubbs) hosts some amazing karaoke at Portland's LGBT-friendliest nightclub. Check out Styxx on Sunday and Monday nights at 9 p.m. for the show.

[Photo: Courtesy of Styxx]

Ginza Town

Ginza Town might not have a real karaoke machine, but it does have sake and sushi, which helps make this feel like a more traditional karaoke experience. Sing along to YouTube videos every Friday and Saturday night until close at 10 p.m.

[Photo: Courtesy of Brett F./Yelp]

Old Port Tavern

Every night, the Old Port Tavern transforms from a restaurant to a dance club. It's also one of the best weekday karaoke haunts, offering sing-a-longs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.

[Photo: Courtesy of Old Port Tavern]

Seasons Grille

Located in the Ramada, Seasons Grille offers well priced, traditional American pub fare until 10 p.m. — and karaoke with Long Island Larry every Saturday starting at 8:30 p.m.

[Photo: Courtesy of Seasons Grille]

Champions Sports Bar

Champions Sorts Bar follows up its trivia night with karaoke at 9 p.m. on Thursday and Sunday.

[Photo: Courtesy of Champions Sports Bar]

Bayside Bowl

Don't let the crash of spares and strikes keep you from belting out tunes alongside a live karaoke band on Wednesday nights at Bayside Bowl. With a full bar, a dance floor, and a good sized menu, Bayside Bowl proves to be more than just a great bowling alley.

[Photo: Courtesy of Bayside Bowl]

Paddy Murphy's Irish Pub

Enjoy a pint and a Guinness Burger with your karaoke on Monday nights at Bangor's traditional Irish pub.

[Photo: Courtesy of Paddy Murphy's]

The Roost

On Friday nights, The Roost Pub and Wingery finds itself filling up with folks wingin' and singin'. With another location in Farmington, the business certainly draws in the college crowd.

[Photo: Courtesy of The Roost]