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Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol Visitor Playbook


To assist fans in planning their trip, the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol Visitor Playbook will be available for fans online at www.BattleInOurBackyard.com. This site, specially designed for the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol, will be a guideline for visitors, directing them to the many special events, including live music and discounts, being offered in Bristol and the surrounding area, September 8-11, 2016.

Whiskey Rebellion Tailgate Preview


Downtown Bristol's newest addition, Whiskey Rebellion, has some great items on their tailgate menu for you to check out this weekend! They will open their doors for the first time this Thursday at 11am!! Follow Whiskey Rebellion on instagram (@wrbristol520) and twitter (@wrbristol) for updates and photos! Menu available September 8-11th.

Snacks (1 for $5 or 3 for $12)
Lamb Leg, Mint, Queso Fresco
Chicken Thigh, Chili, Lime
Big Shrimp, Noodles, Alfredo
TN Sweet Corn, Herb Butter
Mushroom Confit, Gravy, Contija, Parsley

Bacon Candy (3 for $6)
Caramelized Duck, Luxardo Cherry Syrup

Loaded Baked Potato ($8)
Beef Chili, Black Beans, Pepperjack, Crema, Chives

Burgers ($12)
Hokie Burger — Mushroom, Parmesan, Herb Aioli, Fried Egg, Warm Bun, Pickle Spear
Smokey Burger — Smoke Rub, Crispy Onions, Pepperjack, Chipotle BBQ, Warm Bun, Pickle Spear

T-Shirts (1 for $20 or 2 for $35)

Downtown Bristol Blog

Special Bristol Sign Program


On Thursday, Sept 8 at 9:15 p.m., the historic Bristol Sign will turn 1/2 TN orange and 1/2 VT maroon in honor of the Battle at Bristol! You can purchase your commemorative bulb(s) for $10 each through the Bristol Chamber of Commerce atwww.BristolChamber.com/store. Proceeds will benefit the Chamber's Education & STEM programs.



Jerry Goodpasture Plaza Dedication


In honor of Jerry Goodpasture, a treasured civic leader, a city park was dedicated in her name by City officials and her surviving husband Frank Goodpasture III. Members of Believe in Bristol along with former members of the Beaver Creek Walk group joined in the celebration of the Jerry Goodpasture Plaza.

Jerry Goodpasture lost her courageous battle against cancer four years ago at the age of 59. Jerry lived in Bristol for 35 years and immersed herself in a variety of projects and causes within the community. Jerry’s great love of Bristol’s downtown was most evident in her work with Believe in Bristol, the annual Border Bash concert series, loft tours, and the Journey’s End Christmas event.

The park, formerly known as Beaver Creek Plaza, is a .18 acre park that is located at 719 Shelby Street. It is bordered by a wrought iron fence on the creek side and a split rail fence on the east side. It is also beautifully landscaped with shrubs and trees. There are musical instruments installed in the park along with metal benches and attractive flower planters.

“The city has very high standards when it comes to naming a park, but with fingerprints of Jerry being left on so many of Bristol’s greatest achievements; this wasn’t a difficult decision. Her impact is still being felt in our community today,” said Councilwoman Margaret Feierabend. “She was truly a most amazing woman.”



Downtown Bristol Events

The Adventures of Madeline

August 26 – September 11 | Theatre Bristol


"In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines; Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines" And on the Theatre Bristol ARTspace stage, according to the sign; adults, girls, and boys present "The Adventures of Madeline"!

For the first time, Theatre Bristol will bring "The Adventures of Madeline" to the ARTspace stage, featuring all the familiar characters, including Madeline, 11 little girls, Ms. Clavel, Pepito, Genevieve, and many more, including even author Mr. Bemelmans as the narrator.

With the blessing of Ludwig Bemelmans’ estate, playwright James Still has adapted the classic stories of the little girl Madeline and woven them into a stage adventure that incorporates the memorable rhyme and endearing charm we expect.

Directing "The Adventures of Madeline" will be actor/director/scriptwriter, Theatre Bristol veteran Dottie Havlik, most recently director of Charlotte’s Web, and actor in The Music Man, Les Misérables, Scrooge! The Musical, Steel Magnolias, and many more productions.

"The Adventures of Madeline" cast features Steve Baskett as the celebrated series' author and production narrator Mr. Bemelmans and Charli Carpenter in the title role as Madeline. Talia Kestner as Miss Clavel often notices something is not right and looks after Madeline and her 11 school chums: Natalie Beheler, Whitney Brooks, Isabel Gross, Zora Gross, Emmersyn Hardy, Emma Hatcher, Mary Hitch, Lea Johns, Carly Street, Faith Vance, and Ava White.

Sydney Cunningham plays Bemelmans' daughter and she is accompanied by friends Annabelle Myers, Lucy Tester, and Ryleigh Tolbert. With their much-loved dog Genevieve portrayed by Wyatt Rush, the girls all go on adventures that include Dr. Cohn played by Katie Davis, Lord and Lady Cucuface played by James Altman and Cameron Roberts, the Spanish Ambassador played by Katie Davis with "bad hat" son Pepito played by Zaiah Gray, the thief by Wyatt Gross, and animal friends Jean-Pierre the mouse by Susannah Johns and tiger Isabel by Gracie Brooks. Cats, monkeys, as well as shoppers are played by Wyatt Gross, Raina Moody, and Olivia Opper.

"The Adventures of Madeline" will run from August 26 to September 11 for nine shows over three weekends. Tickets are available online at www.TheatreBristol.org, by calling 423-212-3625, or at the door.

Auditions for "Little Women: The Musical"

September 5–12 | Theatre Bristol


Theatre Bristol announces September 5th, 6th, and 12th auditions for its upcoming November 18 — December 4 ARTspace production of Little Women: The Musical.

Veteran and novice actors are invited to audition those dates at 6:30 pm at Theatre Bristol, 512 State Street, Bristol, TN. Roles are available for young and older men and women, as well as opportunities with the production crew.

Directing this classic story will be Theatre Bristol veteran David D. Hyde, Jr., most recently Theatre Bristol production designer of The Music Man, Scrooge The Musical, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

The audition will consist of cold readings and musical pieces that can be prepared beforehand but that will also be taught during the audition. For a listing of those musical pieces and additional important details, including the rehearsal schedule, please visit www.theatrebristol.org/audition.

For more information, visit the Theatre Bristol’s website or Facebook page, contact Theatre Bristol at 423-212-3625, or email info@theatrebristol.org.

The Battle That's Brewing

September 7–9 | Studio Brew


An exclusive release of 2 awesome craft beers in honor of the big game.
MAROON & WHITE
ORANGE & WHITE
A week long party with hoppy hour and incredible food offerings.
Live music outdoors on Thursday, September 8th.

State Street Farmer's Market

September 7 | Downtown Center


Join us at the State Street Farmer's Market, where local merchants, fresh food and fun times come together. Choose your favorite local produce, homemade foods and unique arts and crafts. The market is open from May through October.

May — October
Saturdays 8 am — Noon

July — September
Wednesdays 2 — 6 pm

Don't forget! The State Street Farmer's Market accepts SNAP/EBT cards. Participants can scan their card and receive wooden tokens of either $1 or $2 in value and can use those tokens with participating vendors.

Tennessee High/Virginia High Marching Band Parade

September 7 | Downtown Bristol


Come celebrate the 100th match between Virginia High School and Tennessee High School in downtown Bristol! 6pm on State Street!

Brewfest at Bristol

September 8


The Brewfest at Bristol will be held September 8 in downtown Bristol as part of the Battle on the State Line Kickoff and Pep Rally weekend. This celebration of beer will feature over 40 breweries, hundreds of beers, and thousands of passionate craft beer and football fans.

In addition to sampling local and regional craft beer and ciders, Brewfest at Bristol will have music acts playing on two stages—featuring all the local Bristol music scene has to offer. Additional entertainment will include a Real Hot Yoga pre-fest yoga session from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a DJ and demonstration during the Brewfest, and more!

Advance tickets are $45 through August 31, and $50 after. Tickets are on sale at noon EST on August 9 at brewfestatbristol.eventbrite.com. Tickets include admission to the Brewfest, a tasting glass, a Fest map, and beer tasting.

Brewfest at Bristol will be held from 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. at the Downtown Center off of State Street in downtown Bristol at 810 State St, Bristol, TN 37620. For more information about the event, go to www.brewfestatbristol.com.

Brewfest at Bristol benefits Tailgating for a Cause, a 501(c)(3) organization that started by turning football Saturdays into a way to raise money for philanthropy. Now in its 3rd year, Tailgating for a Cause hosts events year-round to bring communities together for fun and charity.

Follow Brewfest at Bristol on social media for updates:

Facebook: fb.com/brewfestatbristol
Twitter: @brewfestbristol
Instagram: @brewfestatbristol

Battle on the State Line Kickoff & Pep Rally

September 8–9 | Downtown Bristol


Bristol's historic downtown State Street will be decorated in MAROON & ORANGE (Hokies) on the Virginia side of town, and the ORANGE & WHITE (Vols) on the Tennessee side of town. UT & VT flags also will also line State Street in the downtown district, as well as portions of State Street will be closed Thursday evening through Friday afternoon to accommodate the influx of visitors and locals, and to allow the more than 75+ merchants, breweries and restaurants to expand their stores out onto the sidewalk for fuel up before the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sept 10.

Quaker Steak and Lube has been designated as the home base for the Hokies, while 620 State will serve as the home base for the Vols, as chosen by each university’s alumni association for Sept 8-10.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 8
6:00 p.m. — 10:30 p.m., Live music by award-winning FOLK SOUL REVIVAL, along with BROTHERS OF THE HIGHWAY and JAMES MEADOWS on the Food City State Street main stage. THIS IS A FREE EVENT!

9:15 p.m., SPECIAL EVENT HIGHLIGHTING THE HISTORIC BRISTOL SIGN — you don't want to miss this! Live music will continue from Folk Soul Revival and will conclude at 10:15 p.m.

Visitors and locals can then explore and frequent one of several restaurants and live music venues throughout the night in historic downtown Bristol.

5:30-9:30 p.m., BREWFEST AT BRISTOL (www.brewfestatbristol.com), a craft beer festival with 40+ breweries and live music at the Country Music Mural, will take place at the Downtown Center on State Street. Brewfest at Bristol is a ticketed event, 21+.

FRIDAY, SEPT 9
11:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m., Fans will get a chance to meet a number of former players from both Tennessee and Virginia Tech, several of whom have played in the NFL. The players will be on hand to sign autographs and visit the SPORTS DESK, which will be set up on the Food City main stage. Pep bands from both schools, as well as cheerleaders and mascots, have been invited to participate and to get fan bases pumped up! THIS IS A FREE EVENT!

Fans will also get to participate in painting the University of Tennessee "Rock" and the Virginia Tech "Hokie," play cornhole throughout the day. Also on tap is live music from SPANK and BROTHERS OF THE HIGHWAY, beginning at 11 a.m.

As a precursor to the mega Honda Ridgeline presents Bristol’s Tailgate Party concert at Bristol Motor Speedway, which will feature Kenny Chesney, The Band Perry and Old Dominion.

To assist fans in planning their trip, the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol Visitor Playbook will be available for fans online atwww.BattleInOurBackyard.com.This site, specially designed for the Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol, will be a guideline for visitors, directing them to the many special events, including live music and discounts, being offered in Bristol and the surrounding area, Sept. 8-11.

Check back to this event page often as additional details and transportation/shuttle information is released.

The Battle on the State Line Kickoff & Pep Rally is hosted by the Bristol Chamber of Commerce, Bristol Motor Speedway, City of Bristol Tennessee, City of Bristol Virginia, Discover Bristol and Food City.

Full Moon Jam: James Meadows

September 8 | Downtown Center


James started up his band, James Meadows & The Country Mile Drifters, just after his album officially released in August of 2008. The band is compiled of amazing professional musicians who put on a very high energy show. Their shows contain a huge set list filled with both fan/crowd requested and timeless Classic Country, Top 40 Country, Bluegrass, Southern Rock, and Originals that are sure to blow the walls off of any event or venue.

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For the 20th year, the City of Bristol Tennessee will be hosting the free concert series "Full Moon Jam" on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Downtown Center (Country Music Mural), 810 State Street. Performances begin at 7 p.m. and continue until 9 or 9:30 p.m. through September 29th.

Bring a lawn chair or come early to grab one of the 350 chairs provided on-site. Refreshments are sold in the concessions area for a nominal fee. Clean, well-stocked restrooms also available.

You are asked not to park in the bank drive-through area adjacent to the venue and please do not to bring skateboards or bicycles into the venue. Parking is available on Shelby Street in the Municipal parking lot or on State Street in designated parking spaces.

Bands subject to change without notice. For more information visit the City of Bristol TN website.

The Diamonds

September 8 | Blackbird Bakery


From East Tennessee, The Diamonds play a diverse mix of music, specializing in jazz standards. The group performs at various venues and events throughout the region, including weddings, parties, and restaurants. They have also volunteered at many nursing homes, assisted living homes, and charitable organizations in the area.

Ancient Cities

September 8 | Studio Brew


Formed in North Carolina in 2013 by multi-instrumentalist/songwriter Stephen Warwick, Ancient Cities melds well-crafted lyrics with fuzzed-out guitars, hints of psychedelia, and a pop sensibility.

CMA Songwriters Series w/ Tracy Lawrence, Barry Dean and Luke Laird

September 8 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


Since 2005, the CMA Songwriters Series has spotlighted the amazing talents of the country music songwriter community in the United States and abroad. The critically-acclaimed series will bring it’s show to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum on September 8.

CMA Awards winner Tracy Lawrence, along with CMA Awards nominees Barry Dean and Luke Laird, are the artists chosen to perform during the Bristol leg of the CMA Songwriters Series tour.

Ryan Ward

September 8 | O'Mainnin's Pub


Ryan Ward will perform at O'Mainnin's Pub in downtown Bristol.

About Ryan Ward
Ryan Ward is a talented, eclectic singer/songwriter, with an endless passion for music. He picked up his first acoustic guitar at the age of 8. Today, Ryan has incorporated many styles from artists that range from Lindsey Buckingham, Stephen Stills, to Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page. Ward started writing songs at the age of 17, but focused more on stylistically solving puzzles with the guitar. Currently, Ward is focused on relaying his message through the vibrations of strings and lyric content.

"When You Get There" is an upcoming EP that includes current songs that will soon become available online and in select stores. This compilation is a blend of acoustic rock, folk, indie, and alternative. Ryan states: "I cannot categorize my music. I guess you have to listen and decide for yourself!" Whatever genre it may be, Ryan Ward's music is not to be missed!

Kaitlyn Baker

September 9 | Borderline Billiards


Kaitlyn Baker performs at Borderline Billiards on Friday, September 9, 2016, at 5:00 pm! No cover, come out for a great show!

About Kaitlyn Baker
At just 21 years old, Kaitlyn Baker has the magic, maturity and grace of a performer twice her age. Born and raised in Pound, Virginia (population 1,073) Kaitlyn's gift for music was evident at an early age. She began singing as early as she can remember. By the age of 7, she was singing in church and winning local talent shows. At the ripe old age of 9, she was being offered paying gigs.

As her singing and songwriting reached a real, professional level, it was time to record her own project and take her music to a higher level. Kaitlyn refined her sound and songs until she was ready to tackle the competitive world of the Nashville music business. Professional, poised, gifted and talented are just a few of the adjectives used to describe her. But to really understand the power of Kaitlyn's music, all you have to do is listen.

Kids' Painting Class: Ages 7-12

September 9 | A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts


Kids' Painting Class: Ages 7-12
September 9, 2016 from 6-9pm
A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts
600 State Street, Bristol, TN
Instructor: Laura King
Cost: $25

Your child will create their own masterpiece in this two-hour painting class with artist Laura King at A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts on State Street in Downtown Bristol! This class will contain an overview of the basics of painting with acrylics, the difference in artistic styles, and all students will come home with their own work of art. All supplies are included in the cost of the class. Make sure your child wears clothing they won’t mind getting a little messy — just in case! Class limit is 10 students. Registration closes September 2. To obtain a registration form or find out more information, contact the gallery via Facebook, or emailinfo@aworkofartgallery.com.

The Thomas Cassell Project

September 9 | Bristol Brewery


Bristol Brewery welcomes The Thomas Cassell Project to the outdoor stage this Friday, September 9th. They will take the stage at 8:00 PM. The performance will also be live-streamed by The Video Guy.

About The Thomas Cassell Project:
Multi-instrumentalist from Southwest Virginia. Mandolin and other instruments for Fox Run.

The Honey Badgers

September 9 | Borderline Billiards


Bluegrass with a twist! The Honey Badgers will play at Borderline Billiards on Friday, September 9 from 9pm to midnight.

The Comet Conductors

September 10 | Studio Brew


Jake Quillin (Guitar), Magus Vaughn (Bass), and Mike Lubrano (Drums) form the north east TN based trio of Jake and The Comet Conductors. The band combines blues, funk, soul, and rock and roll elements to form a cohesive and complex blend of passionate and accessible music. The band's philosophy is to stay true to the music,perform live shows with sincerity, and write good songs that reach out and grab people where they live. They took their show on the road to compete in the prestigious Piedmont Blues Band Challenge last fall and came home with an impressive third place title out of hundreds of bands and artists. Jake and The Comet Conductors' cool factor has definitely been solidified with their self-titled, debut CD. It's a compilation of original songs that perfectly captures the band's musical attitude and produces a heady, cosmic experience for the listener.

The Diamonds

September 11 | Studio Brew


From East Tennessee, The Diamonds play a diverse mix of music, specializing in jazz standards. The group performs at various venues and events throughout the region, including weddings, parties, and restaurants. They have also volunteered at many nursing homes, assisted living homes, and charitable organizations in the area.

Bristol Historical Association presents History of the Tennessee Valley Authority

September 12 | Bristol Public Library


TVA Historian Pat Ezzell will be presenting a wonderful program on the "History of the Tennessee Valley Authority". TVA is a federally owned corporation created by congressional charter in May 1933 to provide relief to the Tennessee Valley which was particularly affected by the Great Depression. In later years dam and reservoirs were placed throughout Tennessee and portions of adjoining states. In East Tennessee there are numerous well known dams including Boone and Patrick Henry Dams and South Holston, completed in 1950. Pat Ezzell has just returned from a special project where she coordinated the 80th Anniversary of Norris Dam, which was the first TVA project completed in 1936.

This special program will be held in the Kegley Auditorium at the Bristol Public Library and is free and open to the public.

Auditions for Non-Dancing Roles in The Nutcracker

September 12 | Bristol Ballet


Bristol Ballet will be conducting auditions for non-dancing roles in the 2016 production of The Nutcracker ballet on Monday, September 12 from 7pm -8pm at the Bristol Ballet Studios. Male roles for ages 8-adult and female roles ages 12-adult will be available. No ballet experience is necessary.

Performances of The Nutcracker will be held at the beautifully restored Paramount Center for the Arts Friday, December 9th at 7:30pm, Saturday, December 10th at Noon and 5:30pm. A school performance will be held on December 9 at 10:00am.

For more information about the Bristol Ballet, The Nutcracker, or auditions visit www.BristolBallet.org or call Michele Plescia at 276-669-6051.

Also Coming Up

The Adventures of Madeline
August 26 – September 11 | Theatre Bristol
Auditions for "Little Women: The Musical"
September 5–12 | Theatre Bristol
The Battle That's Brewing
September 7–9 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
September 7 | Downtown Center
Tennessee High/Virginia High Marching Band Parade
September 7 | Downtown Bristol
Brewfest at Bristol
September 8
Battle on the State Line Kickoff & Pep Rally
September 8–9 | Downtown Bristol
Full Moon Jam: James Meadows
September 8 | Downtown Center
The Diamonds
September 8 | Blackbird Bakery
Ancient Cities
September 8 | Studio Brew
CMA Songwriters Series w/ Tracy Lawrence, Barry Dean and Luke Laird
September 8 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Ryan Ward
September 8 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Kaitlyn Baker
September 9 | Borderline Billiards
Kids' Painting Class: Ages 7-12
September 9 | A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts
The Thomas Cassell Project
September 9 | Bristol Brewery
The Honey Badgers
September 9 | Borderline Billiards
State Street Farmer's Market
September 10 | Downtown Center
The Comet Conductors
September 10 | Studio Brew
The Diamonds
September 11 | Studio Brew
Bristol Historical Association presents History of the Tennessee Valley Authority
September 12 | Bristol Public Library
Auditions for Non-Dancing Roles in The Nutcracker
September 12 | Bristol Ballet
Social Media 101 Workshop
September 13 | Bristol Chamber of Commerce
State Street Farmer's Market
September 14 | Downtown Center
Pizza Hut Holly Help Fundraiser
September 15
Salsa Social
September 15 | Studio Brew
Farm & Fun Time: Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Woody Pines
September 15 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2016
September 16–18 | Downtown Bristol
Exit 23
September 16 | Studio Brew
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Youth Music Competition
September 17 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Steele Cookin Band
September 17 | Studio Brew
Jonathan Scales
September 17 | Studio Brew
Lord Nelson
September 17 | Studio Brew
Wise Old River
September 18 | Studio Brew
If Birds Could Fly
September 18 | Studio Brew
Singer Songwriter Event featuring Jeff Lane, Scotty Melton Beth Snapp
September 18 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
September 21 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: WyldeHeart
September 22 | Downtown Center
Salsa Social
September 22 | Studio Brew
Quarter Bounce
September 23 | Quaker Steak and Lube
The Farmhouse Ghost
September 23 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
September 24 | Downtown Center
Yoga & Suds
September 24 | Bristol Brewery
2nd Annual Lights of Hope
September 24 | Cumberland Square Park
Ras Alan and the Lions
September 24 | Studio Brew
Wise Old River
September 25 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
September 28 | Downtown Center
Wine and Food Pairing
September 29 | Studio Brew
Full Moon Jam: Southern 76
September 29 | Downtown Center
Mama Molasses
September 29 | Blackbird Bakery
Ride the Line Bike Rally
September 30 – October 2 | Downtown Bristol
JV Squad
September 30 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
October 1 | Downtown Center
Yoga for Healing Trauma
October 1 | Wellness Yoga of Bristol
The Black Jacket Symphony presents The Beatles' Abbey Road
October 1 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Mudbugs
October 1 | Studio Brew
Laura Thurston
October 6 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Dan Deel
October 7 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Victor Lawson and Boogie Chillen
October 7 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
October 8 | Downtown Center
How to Make Peace with Your Body Workshop
October 8 | Wellness Yoga of Bristol
Lauren Cole Band
October 8 | Studio Brew
Salsa Social
October 13 | Studio Brew
Ryan Ward
October 13 | O'Mainnin's Pub
The Royal Hounds
October 14 | O'Mainnin's Pub
State Street Farmer's Market
October 15 | Downtown Center
Earth by Train
October 15 | Studio Brew
PUSH! Film Festival
October 21–23 | Downtown Bristol
The Gentlemen & Liars
October 21 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Beth Snapp Band
October 21 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
October 22 | Downtown Center
Below 7
October 22 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Salsa Social
October 27 | Studio Brew
Appalachian AACA Trunk & Treat
October 28 | TriSummit Bank
James Meadows
October 28 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Billy Crawford Band
October 28 | Studio Brew
State Street Farmer's Market
October 29 | Downtown Center
Meet-the-Artist Reception: Larry VerRan
October 29 | A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts
Laura Thurston
November 3 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Blue Mother Tupelo
November 4 | Studio Brew
Ron Short and the Possum Playboys
November 5 | Studio Brew
Below 7
November 5 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Ryan Ward
November 10 | O'Mainnin's Pub
The Low Counts
November 11 | Studio Brew
The Hoodoos
November 12 | Studio Brew
PF Flyers
November 18 | Studio Brew
Singer Songwriter Event featuring Jeff Lane, Jamen Denton & Annie Robinette
November 20 | Studio Brew
James Meadows
November 25 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Laura Thurston
December 1 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Ryan Ward
December 8 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Below 7
December 16 | O'Mainnin's Pub

More Upcoming Events »

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Show your Game Day spirit and save on BCM Museum admission!

September 4-11 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


Wear your Vols or Hokies apparel into the museum September 4-11 and receive $3 off the cost of admission!

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Through September 9


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