Calendar of Events
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Mill & Mine: Hatebreed: Rise of Brutality 20th Anniversary Tour
Tue Sep 19 2023
7:30 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)
Advance Price: $30 + fees / Day of Show Price: $35+ fees
*This is a standing room only venue.* ADA accomodations are available.
The Mill & Mine, 227 W. Depot Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917. Tickets/information: 865-343-6000 or https://themillandmine.com
Joy of Music: Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Get ready to swing for joy! The Joy of Music School is hosting its annual golf tournament on September 19, 2023 at Egwani Farms Golf Course in Rockford, TN. Tickets are just $125 each, or get your friends together to play as a foursome for only $500!
Join us for an exciting day of golf while supporting tuition-free music education for kids in need.
We look forward to hosting Swing for Joy once again. This year’s tournament will feature a tasty lunch, contests, prizes, challenges, and golf games, as usual. Trophies for the top three teams! Golfers of all experience levels are welcome.
Tuesday, September 19, 2023, Registration and Lunch: 11:30 AM,
Shotgun start: 1:00 PM
Egwani Farms Golf Course,
3920 S Singleton Station Rd, Rockford, TN 37853
Joy of Music School, 1209 Euclid Avenue Knoxville, TN 37921. Information: 865-525-6806, www.joyofmusicschool.org
Concerts on the Square: Jazz Tuesday with Scott Simmerman & Friends
Bring your kids, lawn chairs, blankets, pets, and friends to enjoy outdoor Knoxville nights, live music, food, fun, and community in Market Square. No Tickets. It's Free!
Jazz Tuesdays – 7-9 PM
Sep 19 - Scott Simmerman & Friends
Sep 26 - Shawn Turner & Pinky Ring
Appalachian Ballet Company: The Best of Blue Jeans and Ballet
At Clayton Center for the Arts, Ronald & Lynda Nutt Theatre, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
This evening of contemporary dance will begin with dinner on the plaza and followed by a performance of ABC’s senior company level dancers. Directors Amy Morton Vaughn and Kylie Morton Berry have selected some of our audiences’ favorite pieces from past productions over the span of 20 years. Some new works will also be presented by choreographers for ABC. This evening proves to be entertaining and a wonderful time to connect with friends over dinner.
6:00 dinner and 7:15 performance, orchestra center seating $100.00
7:15 performance only, mezzanine seating $35.00
865-981-8590 or https://appalachianballet.org/tickets.html
UT College of Music: Faculty / Guest Artist Recital: Ryan Fogg, Chih-Long Hu, Eunsuk Jung, Katherine Benson
Join us for this recital featuring guest pianist Ryan Fogg and UT Faculty Members Chih-Long Hu, Eunsuk Jung, and Katherine Benson in a performance of Rachmaninoff.
Natalie Haslam Music Center, Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall
UT College of Music: Unless otherwise noted, concerts are FREE and open to the public. In-person events that take place in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall or the James R. Cox Auditorium also have livestream options: https://music.utk.edu/news-events/#calendar. Venues: Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall in the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center located at 1741 Volunteer Boulevard; James R. Cox Auditorium and Performance Hall 32, both in the Alumni Memorial Building located at 1408 Middle Drive. Information: 865-974-8935, https://music.utk.edu/events/
Union Ave Books: An Author Event featuring Halle Hill
Union Ave Books is proud to present An Author Event with Halle Hill to celebrate her debut collection, GOOD WOMEN. During this event, Halle will be in conversation about GOOD WOMEN with Knoxville's Poet Laureate Rhea Carmon. This event will take place on September 19, 2023 at 6 pm in our store in downtown Knoxville. While this is a free event, we ask that you register for your spot. https://www.unionavebooks.com/event/author-event-featuring-halle-hill
Halle Hill is a writer from East Tennessee. She is a PEN/Dau Short Story Prize nominee, winner of the 2021 Crystal Wilkinson Creative Writing Prize, and a finalist for the 2021 ASME Award for Fiction. Her work is featured in Joyland, New Limestone Review, and Oxford American among others. Her debut collection, Good Women: Stories, will publish with Hub City Press in 2023.
Union Ave Books, 517 Union Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37902. Information: 865-951-2180, www.unionavebooks.com
Tennessee Artists Association: Monthly Meeting with Sarah Pollock
The Tennessee Artist’s Association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 19 at 7:00 pm at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 6500 Northshore Dr., Knoxville. This meeting is free and open to anyone interested in the arts in East Tennessee. CDC Covid guidelines will be followed. Refreshments will be served.
The program will feature artist Sarah Pollock. Sarah Pollock is an oil painter who specializes in landscapes and cityscapes. Her paintings represent the world at full volume, celebrating the beauty of the world in urban and natural environments. With the variety and amount of natural resources available, she finds Tennessee a continual source of inspiration.
Pollock often begins her work with small, experimental paintings, returning to the same subjects in a larger, more formal format. Pollock describes these paintings as “mega” companions to the smaller mini studies. More about Pollock’s work can be found on Instagram @ sarahpollockstudio or on her website https://www.sarahpollock.com.
Tennessee Artists Association - A place to learn and grow as an artist. Monthly programs of TAA include practical art demonstrations, discussions, and opportunities for individual artists to get involved in learning, community and shows More on the Tennessee Artist’s Association can be found on the web at https://tnartists.org, on Instagram at @tn_artists, and on Facebook at TNArtistsAssociation.
TN Research Reading Center: “The Right to Read” Screening
On September 19, 2023, from 4-6 p.m., at the Hodges Library (Lindsay Young Auditorium, Room 101), on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the Tennessee Reading Research Center and the College of Education, Health, & Human Sciences’ Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion present a screening of the documentary, “The Right to Read.”
Open to members of the public and to those within UT System with an interest in literacy as a form of social justice. Registration is limited to 150 attendees.
Parking and Transportation: Parking for the event is: G17 Garage (1800 Lake Ave). A charter bus will run to the event from parking. Attendees will need to pick the charter bus up on Terrace Ave behind the G17-Lake Avenue/G11-Terrace Avenue garages.
Pellissippi State: Todos Somos Familia (We Are All Family)
Family festivals, musical performances and guest speakers are among the events Pellissippi State Community College has planned for Hispanic Heritage Month – and all are free and open to the public. Themed “Todos Somos Familia” (We Are All Family), Hispanic Heritage Month at the college will celebrate the rich and beautiful complexity of Latino and Hispanic culture at Pellissippi State as well as recognize the importance of the contributions of Latino and Hispanic culture to the local community and the world.
Keynote speakers Karen Ocon-Mora, community schools site coordinator for Knox County, and Megan Barolet-Fogarty, director of youth and family engagement for Centro Hispano de East Tennessee, will kick off the month’s festivities Tuesday, Sept. 19, with an address on “Familia: Relationships and Resilience in Latino Culture.” The event will be held 10:30-11:15 a.m. in the Goins Building Auditorium on Pellissippi State’s Hardin Valley Campus, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, and livestreamed on Zoom.
Families have two opportunities to come out to Pellissippi State for festivals including games, activities, food and a screening of the film “Encanto” at sunset: 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, on the college’s Hardin Valley Campus and again 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, on Pellissippi State’s Strawberry Plains Campus, 7201 Strawberry Plains Pike
And don’t miss a lively performance by Knoxville’s own Latin jazz band Candela on Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Hardin Valley Campus Courtyard. Candela will play 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., and refreshments will be served.
For a full list of Pellissippi State’s activities planned for Hispanic Heritage Month, including concerts and lectures, visit www.pstcc.edu/hispanic-heritage. To request accommodations for any campus event, call 865.694.6411 or email email@example.com.
Schulz Brau: Oktoberfest
Willkommen to Schulz Brau! Oktoberfest is our biggest festival of the year here at our Brewery and Biergarten! Meticulous planning goes into creating this special 3-week celebration of Bavarian culture. We proudly follow Munich traditions to offer our guests an authentic and fun experience. Prost!
Public Event, No Ticket Required
*Ticket Required to Attend Opening Tap Ceremony from 5-9AM on Sep 16
Clarence Brown Lab Theatre: Cato by Joseph Addison
A collaboration between the Clarence Brown, the Institute of American Civics, the departments of English, Classics, History, and Theatre at UT, and the international research group the R/18 Collective.
Cato is the play Washington staged at Valley Forge after that 1777-78 winter. It is set in north Africa in 46 BCE, as Cato braces for the invasion of Caesar and imperial Rome. It's about how a republic slips into empire and becomes vulnerable to dictators. The play raises key questions for our time about the nature of citizenship and the challenges of keeping democratic institutions healthy.
Sep 16, 19, 20 & 21 at 7 PM and Sep 17 at 2:30 PM
Each performance will run for about 1:15, after which there will be a brief panel consideration of one of the key questions listed here, followed by a time for the audience to talk to each other about that question. We hope it will model the kinds of conversations we need to have to find our way forward in these times.
Tickets are free but need to be reserved in advance: https://tiny.utk.edu/cato
The conversation after is a chance to bring our community together around issues that matter to all of us.
Bennett: September Craft Show
Including work by Anna Boothe, Ashley Benton, Josh Copus, Eric Pardue, Tommie Rush, Andrew Saftel, Marty McConnaughey, the Estate of Roger Luebke, and many others!
Bennett, 5308 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919. Hours: M-Sa 10-5:30. Information: 865-584-6791, https://bennetthome.com/