Calendar of Events

Saturday, March 30, 2024

Mill and Mine: Muscadine Bloodline: Low Hangin’ Fruit Tour

  • March 30, 2024

Category: Music

With Special Guest Drayton Farley

Sat Mar 30 2024
8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The Mill & Mine, 227 W. Depot Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917. Tickets/information: 865-343-6000 or

Tennessee Theatre: Pete Davidson

Category: Comedy

Comedian Pete Davidson: Wellness Check, Saturday, March 30, 7:00 PM and 9:30 PM at the Tennessee Theatre.

Tennessee Theatre, 604 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 37902. For information/tickets: 865-684-1200,

Jubilee Community Arts: The Resonant Rogues

Category: Music

Jubilee Community Arts presents The Resonant Rogues at the Laurel Theater, March 30 at 8 pm.

Rooted in the mountains of Western North Carolina, The Resonant Rogues are fronted by songwriting duo Sparrow and Keith Josiah Smith, who share a passion for movement and sound. Before meeting, falling in love, and forming the band in 2013, both traveled extensively throughout the U.S.- Keith by hopping freight trains, Sparrow with a circus troupe. In addition to their holler homestead, New Orleans and Nashville are their other musical homes, and the influences of both can be felt on The Resonant Rogues self-titled fourth album. They incorporate sounds of Appalachian old-time, classic country, and vintage soul.

Tickets available at TicketLeap (, by mail or at the door 30 minutes prior to show

$20 at the door, $15 General Audience Advance, $14 JCA members, students & seniors 65+

Jubilee Community Arts at the Laurel Theater, 1538 Laurel Ave, Knoxville, TN 37916. Tickets: Information: 865-522-5851,

Beck Cultural Exchange Center: Ethel Beck Society Brunch

  • March 30, 2024

Category: Culinary arts, food, Festivals, special events and History, heritage

10AM | $30

The Ethel Beck Society is an annual brunch that celebrates the rich heritage and legacy of African American women. All women are welcome to join in the celebration! Guests will enjoy a delicious brunch with a mimosa bar, live entertainment, gifts, door prizes, and great company. It's an opportunity to come together, make new friends, and enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded individuals.

The Ethel Beck Society is named in honor of Ethel Benson Beck (1897-1970), the namesake of the Beck Cultural Exchange Center and an influential woman in Knoxville during the 1920s and 1930s.

The 2024 Ethel Beck Society Honoree is City Councilwoman Gwen McKenzie. Guests will enjoy brunch with a conversation featuring Councilwoman Gwen McKenzie.

Tickets at


  • March 30, 2024

Category: Festivals, special events, Free event and Kids, family

Hosted by First Baptist Knoxville.

Eggstravaganza is our free community wide event, and all are invited! It will be held at World’s Fair Park Festival Lawn on March 30th from 2 – 4 pm. There will be a wide variety of events, such as an egg hunt for children of all ages, inflatables, face painting, a petting zoo, snow cones, cotton candy, hot dogs, and much more. An Easter drama will be presented by our FBC drama team at 2:30 pm, followed by our huge egg hunt.

We would love to share the love of God with our community, so please come and join us for this eggscellent time of fun, fellowship, and celebration. For more information, please contact Susan Tatum at

The 5th Woman and Shoe Game: Annual Ladies Night Poetry Showcase

  • March 30, 2024

Category: Literature, spoken word, writing

The 5th Woman and Shoe Game presents another Women's Herstory Month celebration with poetry and music. Get tickets in advance and come celebrate the great women in our city with poetry! You can nominate a woman to be recognized that night by sending a message to the organizer!

7-10 PM at the Emporium, 100 S. Gay Street, Knoxville
GA $20, VIP $40

Tennessee Artists Association: Spring Exhibition at KMA

Category: Exhibitions, visual art and Free event

Featured artists are Melinda Adams, Sandra Ange, Sarazen An Yin, Linda Blair, Glenda Bowles, Betty Bullen, Deb Cikovic, Lil Clinard, Stephanie Cobb, Aleex Conner, Michele Croslin, Michelene Deisher, Kira Evans, William Holbert, Lynn Flowers, Jan Cole, Suzanne Jack, Kathleen Janke, Carol Robin King, Andreas Koschan, Merry Koschan, David Liles, Cheryl Massey, Sylvia Milanez, Alessandra Page, Holly Pawlowski, Buddy Person, Cosimo Risolvo, Kaylie Roy, Mary Ruden, Marcia Shelly, Allan Sibley, Judy Sinclair, Roberta Smashey, Joe Tate, Cynthia Tipton, JeAnne Triplett, Janet Weaver, and Caroline West.

TAA is the oldest member supported arts organization in Tennessee, and is dedicated to promoting the arts in East Tennessee. Monthly programs of TAA include practical art demonstrations, discussions, and opportunities for individual artists to get involved in learning, community and shows. More on TAA can be found on the web at or on Instagram at @tn_artists, and on Facebook at TNArtistsAssociation. The Knoxville Museum of Art celebrates East Tennessee’s rich, diverse visual culture and its connections to the wider currents of world art. Find more about the KMA and its’ events and shows at

In the Kramer Gallery, Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World's Fair Park, Knoxville, TN 37916. Hours: Tu-Sa 10-5, Su 1-5. Information: 865-525-6101,

Appalachian Arts Craft Center: Student Art Show

Category: Exhibitions, visual art, Fine Crafts and Free event

The Appalachian Arts Craft Center will be conducting a Student Art Show on Thursday, March 21 from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. The Student Art Show will feature artwork recently created by students in the 6-week AACC Homeschool Club. Light refreshments will be available. This event is free and open to the public. The Student Art Show will be on exhibit until March 31.

Location: Appalachian Arts Craft Center, 2716 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716. For questions call 865-494-9854.

Appalachian Arts mission is promoting creativity! We offer education and mentoring in art and craft, studios to explore and develop skills, and a retail market for qualified artists. Our vision is to be a center of excellence for artistic expression serving the creative needs of the Appalachian community.

Clarence Brown Theatre: Anon(ymous)

Category: Theatre

By Naomi Iizuka
The Lab Theatre
March 21 – 30, 2024

How do you create a home when your homeland no longer exists? Separated from his mother while fleeing their war-torn country, a young refugee called Anon journeys throughout the United States. On his quest to find home and family, he dodges those who would entrap him, finds unexpected friendship, and experiences supernatural help from a goddess. A modern retelling of Homer’s The Odyssey.

Clarence Brown Theatre, 1714 Andy Holt Ave on the UT campus, Knoxville, TN 37996. For information/tickets: 865-974-5161,

Yee-Haw Brewing: Tuesday Family Nights

  • March 19, 2024 — July 30, 2024

Category: Culinary arts, food, Film, Free event and Kids, family

Back to back family movies on the jumbotron beginning at 6pm, inflatable games for the kids in the grove pit, and a relaxing night out for the entire family every Tuesday from 6-9 PM.

We have games and toys for the kids to play with and climb all night while parents can come relax and enjoy free entertainment for the family! Movies range from some classics like "Honey, I shrunk the Kids" and "Aladdin" to recent hits like "Encanto" and "Inside Out."

745 North Broadway, Knoxville, TN
(865) 210-8862

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts: 2023-2024 Artist in Residence Exhibition

Category: Exhibitions, visual art, Fine Crafts and Free event

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, 556 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738. Information: 865-436-5860,

Tomato Head: Three Dames exhibition

  • March 13, 2024 — April 28, 2024

Category: Exhibitions, visual art and Free event

Three Dames are Cheryl Massey, Marcia Shelly, Linda Blair

Tomato Head, 7240 Kingston Pike, Suite 172 (865-584-1075), in Knoxville.

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