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Meet the Merchant: Ken Monyak with Bristol Station Brews & Taproom


This week's "Meet the Merchant" featuring Historic Downtown Bristol business: Bristol Station Brews & Taproom!

Bristol Station Brews & Taproom
41 Piedmont Avenue
Bristol, VA 24201
276.608.1220
www.bristolbrew.com

How did Bristol Station Brews & Taproom come about?
I was a home brewer for several years, brewing beer for my family and friends. I was encouraged to enter, and I was fortunate enough to have won, the very first Downtown Bristol Entrepreneur Grant with the best business idea to locate in the downtown historic district. I used the grant to partner with the City of Bristol to acquire the old Greyhound bus station. I then worked with Bank of Tennessee for the rest of my start up needs.

Are you a Bristol native? If not, what brought you to Bristol?
I was born in Pittsburgh, and after moving to Buffalo and Chicago my family settled here in 1984. I started high school that year at John S Battle. While I'm not from here originally, I consider this my home town.

Tell us about your family! Kids? Dogs? Cats?
I have a beautiful wife Bonnie, daughter Natalie and son Griffin. We have two dogs and a cat.

Outside of your business, what are your other passions?
I'm an avid golfer and I love music and traveling. One of my favorite things to do while traveling is going to breweries!

Bristol Favorites
Favorite Bristol Restaurant: J Franks
Outdoor/recreation spot: Country Club of Bristol
Lunch spot: Burger Bar
Sweet Tooth: Dairy Queen's Peanut Buster Parfait — but without the peanuts!!! Yes, I'm a little bit weird!!



Downtown Bristol Events

Kids Art Camp

June 12–16 | A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts


Summer is here! Artist Jean Ann Poore will offer kids art classes at A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts for the next two weeks. Supplies included and discount offered for more than one student. Come join in the fun! Cost is $30/day or $150/week ($20/day or $100/week for additional siblings).

During this art camp, every day will be loads of fun working on a new project! Class instructor Jean Ann Poore, an artist at A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts on State Street in Downtown Bristol, will make sure all students will come home with their own works of art – whether they attend one day or all five days in the session. All supplies are included in the cost of the class. To find out more information, contact the gallery via Facebook or email info@aworkofartgallery.com. Register by contacting the gallery at 423-797-0089.

June 12-16
9am – 12pm

Book Signing: Sarah Kincaid

June 14 | Blackbird Bakery


Sarah E. Kincaid’s “Spring till September: Book One”(published by WestBow Press) is a coming-of-age story that examines how the events in one’s life brings a person from childhood to adulthood. Kincaid portrays how Caroline’s responses to love, loss, heartache and life changes affects the woman she will grow up to be. The novel is the first in a planned series.

“‘Spring till September” is not a basic romance,” Kincaid explains. “There is so much family and life included as well. There are also points of mystery, because as the story unfolds, so many details are vague and require you to dig deeper for answers to be revealed in the coming pages and subsequent volumes.”

BPL Book Club

June 15


Nevermore has been a great success for the Bristol Public Library, so BPL is excited to announce the expansion of their book club programs by unveiling the brand new BPL Book Club! On June 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the Frances Kegley Conference Room, BPL Book Club will set off on its maiden voyage with The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

The first meeting will help set up the framework for the book club for the rest of the year, so the club will only begin discussing The Help on June 15 and finish up at the next meeting on July 20. The club's goal is to read one new book each month, and BPL plans to host several other events throughout the year as a special treat for readers.

For more information on our BPL Book Club, please contact Ambrea at the Bristol Public Library at 276-645-8780.

Full Moon Jam: Thomas Taylor

June 15 | Downtown Center


Thomas Taylor and the Nightshade Band is one of the area's finest country and classic rock bands around! They have opened up for Billy "Crash" Craddock, Earl Thomas Conley, John Anderson, Gene Watson, Exile, Billy Joe Royal, Bobby Bare, T.G. Sheppard, Billy Walker, Mark Collie, Jamey Johnson, Andy Griggs, Ricky Van Shelton, Ronnie McDowell, Dan Seals, and more.

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The City of Bristol Tennessee will host its annual 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 28th. 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.

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

Birthday Bash & Benefit for Ben Brock

June 15 | Whiskey Rebellion


Ben Brock is a chef at Whiskey Rebellion in downtown Bristol, but more than that he is part of the family that this new restaurant has created. Ben has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in his lymph nodes, which is now upper cerebral and has spread to his lungs, around his heart, and his stomach. As you can imagine, this makes it impossible for him to work while he and his fianceĢe, Janette, look into treatment options. Janette has also taken time off to care for and support Ben. Like any good family, Whiskey Rebellion wants to do as much as possible to take some of this weight off their shoulders, but they need help. They are going to have large medical expenses as well as their regular bills to pay and now little to no income.

If you can, please give a little (or a lot) to help these two amazing people through an incredibly difficult time.

Whiskey Rebellion is hosting Ben a Birthday Bash & Benefit to help raise funds. The restaurant will be donating ALL of the proceeds from sales of the dish they have named Chicken a la Brock for $13 and a drink special, Horse & Buggy $8 (Pony Miller & a Shot!). Adam Graybeal & Jamen Denton will be jamming out along with some other guests as the night goes along. There will be NO cover to attend the benefit but there will be a Donation Jar and ALL donations will go to Ben and Janette. If you cannot make it and would still like to donate, you can make a donation on the GoFundMe page Whiskey Rebellion has set up for Brock here: www.gofundme.com/the-need-of-extraordinary-gentleben.

Gerald Sheppard

June 15 | Blackbird Bakery


Local guitar legend Gerald Sheppard will perform at Blackbird Bakery June 15th from 8-10pm.

Sheppard has been repairing, refinishing, and building guitars for over thirty years. In 2013 he celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Gerald Sheppard Guitars. Gerald builds nine to twelve guitars per year. His guitars have been used by professional artists and featured on the Grammy winning Pink Guitar CD. He has been a featured luthier at the renowned Swannanoa Gathering for thirteen years. As an accomplished lifelong fingerstyle guitarist himself, Gerald understands how to match custom design components to the needs of his client. His instruments have been used for professional studio work and on stage by today's top guitarists.

Beauty and the Beast by Theatre Bristol

June 16–25 | Paramount Center for the Arts


Theatre Bristol is pleased to present its production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast on June 16-25 at the Paramount Center for the Arts.

Directing Disney's Beauty and the Beast will be highly respected and talented actor/director, Theatre Bristol veteran Glenn Patterson (The Music Man, Les Misérables, Scrooge! The Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Miracle on 34th Street).

Disney's Beauty and the Beast includes favorite songs with music composed by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, as well as songs by Menken and Tim Rice, with book by Linda Woolverton telling the "tale as old as time" of Belle and the Beast. The production is based on the Academy Award-winning animation and then originally directed by Robert Jess Roth and produced by Disney Theatrical Productions. Belle's ability to see his heart provides a chance for the Beast's curse to end. The castle inhabitants show their hospitality, inviting Belle to "Be Our Guest" entertaining for their very humanity with humor and beautiful music. Theatre Bristol is pleased to present Disney's Beauty and the Beast as part of its family-friendly 52nd season!

Theatre Bristol's production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast will open June 16 and run for two weekends with 7:30 evening and 2:30 pm matinee performances at the Paramount Center for the Arts. Tickets will be available online at the Paramount Center for the Arts website.

Opening night features the "Be Our Guest" 2017 pre-show Gala Event at 6:00 pm, with tickets available for $100 that include the show premiere, supporters of the arts, musical entertainment, drinks, and hors d'oeuvres.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by MTI,www.mti.com.

Founded in 1965, Theatre Bristol is the oldest continually running children’s theatre in northeast Tennessee and now celebrating its 52nd season. Its Main Stage season consists of up to six productions. Some of its performances take place in the ARTspace, a multi-purpose, black box theatre which seats up to 120, and other performances are on stage at the Paramount Center for the Arts. Theatre Bristol is volunteer run and we invite you to get involved.

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

Theatre Bristol's 2017 Gala

June 16 | Paramount Center for the Arts


The dining room presents a culinary cabaret of talent and celebration fundraising event to benefit Theatre Bristol on June 16 at 6:00 pm at the Paramount Center for the Arts.

Arts supporters are invited to an opening night gala and fundraising event featuring premium seating at Theatre Bristol's production of "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" directed by Glenn Patterson. Prior to the show, enjoy an entertaining meal and drinks with J&K Classics singing your favorite Broadway show tunes in the beautiful Art Deco Paramount Center for the Arts.

Admission to the 6:00 pm event is $150 for couples and $75 individuals. Reservations can be made online by visiting www.theatrebristol.org or by calling 423-212-3625 by June 9. The annual Gala includes admission to the evening’s special full-length performance of "Disney's Beauty and the Beast." Join Theatre Bristol and support an evening of live performing arts in our community and be our guest!

Theatre Bristol's annual gala and fundraising event is critical to underwriting its programming, including bringing classic literature and entertainment to the stage, subsidizing our school shows, supporting camp scholarships, providing training and guidance in our youth programs, and ensuring founder Cathy DeCaterina's commitment that no child be turned away.

Border Bash: Josh Daniel

June 16 | Downtown Bristol


About Josh Daniel
Josh Daniel is a North Carolina singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose passion and enthusiasm are evident every time he takes the stage. Daniel describes his sound as “Rock n Roll” but it’s much broader than that... Josh is able to mold his influences in to a unique sound that is entirely his own.

Border Bash, a free summer concert series held annually May through August, celebrates its 18th anniversary including children’s activities, arts & craft and food vendors in addition to live music and much more. All the events will rotate this year! The May 19th& July 21st events will be held in the Downtown Center, the June 2nd event will be in the 400 & 500 Block of State Street, the June 16th & August 4th events will be held in the Piedmont Intersection of State Street, and July 4th will be held in Cumberland Square Park.

Border Bash is hosted by Believe in Bristol, Birthplace of Country Music, and the Cities of Bristol. Sponsors include: Be.Ella Boutique, Blackbird Bakery, Bristol Pediatric Associates, P.C., Brown Edwards & Co., Camellia Digital, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Anne and Ben Cowan, Express AV Productions, Kil’n Time Ceramics Studio, Rob Nicar, Revolution Curbside Recycling, Serendipity Boutique, Tom and Barbara Smith/Merrill Lynch, Tri City Tent and Event, Walling Distributing, Wellness Yoga of Bristol, Wells Fargo, Dr. and Mrs. Zaidi and media sponsors Bristol Herald Courier, Radio Bristol, 99.3 The X, WCYB-s, and WXBQ 96.9 FM .

Ballroom & Latin Dance Lesson

June 16 | Bristol Ballet


Join Bristol Ballet for a Texas Two Step lesson June 16th at Bristol Ballet Studio. The lesson will begin at 7:30pm, followed by dancing from 8:30 – 10:30 pm.

Cost is $5 per person. All proceeds benefit Bristol Ballet, a 501(c)3 non-profit.

Refreshments will be provided, but a snack to share is always welcome!

Faded Travelers

June 16 | Studio Brew


Faded Travelersformed in early 2015. After playing together with various groups for several years, we decided to move in a creative direction. Together we were able to blend individual styles and influences into our own sound. Theseinfluences can be traced to, in no particular order : Waylon Jennings, Bob Seger, Johnny Cash, George Jones,Billy Joel, Merle Haggard, Van Halen, David Allen Coe, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Reckless Kelly, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Tom Petty, Robert Earl Keen, Chris Knight among others.

Border Bash: If Birds Could Fly

June 16 | Downtown Bristol


About If Birds Could Fly
Three kids from the mountains of Southwest Virginia that love to make music.

Border Bash, a free summer concert series held annually May through August, celebrates its 18th anniversary including children’s activities, arts & craft and food vendors in addition to live music and much more. All the events will rotate this year! The May 19th & July 21st events will be held in the Downtown Center, the June 2nd event will be in the 400 & 500 Block of State Street, the June 16th & August 4th events will be held in the Piedmont Intersection of State Street, and July 4th will be held in Cumberland Square Park.

Border Bash is hosted by Believe in Bristol, Birthplace of Country Music, and the Cities of Bristol. Sponsors include: Be.Ella Boutique, Blackbird Bakery, Bristol Pediatric Associates, P.C., Brown Edwards & Co., Camellia Digital, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Anne and Ben Cowan, Express AV Productions, Kil’n Time Ceramics Studio, Rob Nicar, Revolution Curbside Recycling, Serendipity Boutique, Tom and Barbara Smith/Merrill Lynch, Tri City Tent and Event, Walling Distributing, Wellness Yoga of Bristol, Wells Fargo, Dr. and Mrs. Zaidi and media sponsors Bristol Herald Courier, Radio Bristol, 99.3 The X, WCYB-s, and WXBQ 96.9 FM .

Shape Note Sing

June 17 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


The Old Field Singers will lead a Shape Note Sing in the Christian Harmony style (as opposed to Sacred Harp) at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum from 10:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m. Participants will learn the tradition of shape note singing in a group with no experience necessary. The event is free and open to everyone of all ages.

Shape notes are a music notation, or symbols, used to help teach congregational singing. The shapes were used to help singers find their pitch without having to read music. The first publications using shape notes were published in 1801; the practice of shape note singing is still used in churches across the American south.

A lunch break is incorporated into the class. Attendees may leave the premises to eat or they are invited to bring a covered dish to share with the group in the Learning Center.

For more information, email education@birthplaceofcountrymusic.org.

FREE Yoga in the Park

June 17 – August 26 | Cumberland Square Park


Do you like spending time outside? Do you like listening to bird songs? Join Wellness Yoga of Bristol for Free Yoga in The Park! Classes will be held every Saturday at 10:00 a.m., weather permitting, in June, July and August. The first class will be led by Rita on June 17.

Enjoy your free yoga practice in the midst of beautiful nature! See you on the mat! Please be sure to bring your own mat. For any questions, call (276) 644-3086, email wellnessyogabristol@hotmail.com, or contact Wellness Yoga on Facebook.

State Street String Band Bluegrass

June 19 | Blackbird Bakery


Join Blackbird Bakery for live bluegrass June 19th at 7pm.

The Casual Word Community Type-In

June 20 | Bristol Public Library


The Community Type-In is an all-day event to celebrate and encourage the creativity of the human mind through words. This free-to-the-public event is open to people from all walks of life to come in and try out both typewriters and writing in general. Tell stories, write poetry, articles, essays; anything that you feel needs to be put to paper. Enjoy engaging with other individuals and “unplugging” from the digital world. All are welcome!

Steele Creek Park: Poisonous Flora and Fauna

June 20 | Bristol Public Library


Jeremy Stout, manager of the Steele Creek Park Nature Center, will be at the Bristol Public Library on June 20 in the J. Henry Kegley Meeting Room for a special presentation on poisonous flora and fauna native to the region. His program begins at 5:00 p.m. and will last approximately one hour, as Stout shows off the different varieties of poisonous plants and venomous creatures common to east Tennessee and southwest Virginia. He’ll teach attendees which are best to avoid and which are harmless.

The Steele Creek Park Nature Center is a 2,600 square foot educational facility that showcases the natural history and beauty of Steele Creek Park. Employees of the Nature Center offer guided hikes and educational public programs to help with continued conservation efforts at Steele Creek Park.

For more information about Steele Creek Park and their wonderful programs, please contact the Nature Center at 423-989-5616.

Full Moon Jam: Duty Free

June 20 | Downtown Center


Duty Free is a bluegrass band based in Bristol, Tennessee. Members of the band are Bobby Love, Charlie Powers, Rick Powers, Hal Boyd, and Tim Laughlin. Bobby plays mandolin and demonstrates his versatility as a musician by singing both lead and harmony. He’s a songwriter as well who has written several tunes performed by the group. Charlie plays both lead and rhythm guitar and sings lead and harmony. Rick plays banjo in the traditional Scruggs style and also lends his vocal talent to the band. Hal Boyd anchors the group’s rhythm with his double bass playing and provides the baritone harmony — as well as lead and bass vocals — on many of Duty Free’s tunes. Tim Laughlin, long noted in bluegrass circles for his musical talent, plays fiddle for the band.

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The City of Bristol Tennessee will host its annual 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 28th. 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.

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

Community Notice Board

BPL Teen Anime Club

Wednesdays in June & July | Bristol Public Library

As part of the Teen Summer Reading Program, the main branch of the Bristol Public Library is offering a weekly anime club for teens. Anime refers to Japanese animated television series, generally based on graphic novels. This program meets on Wednesdays from 1:30 pm — 3:00 pm during the Teen Summer Reading Program which runs until July 14. Each week the group will watch the first two episodes of a specific anime and then will have 30 minutes for discussion or to look at the book series the anime is based on. The group will watch the following series:

June 14: Fruits Basket
June 21: Blue Exorcist
June 28: Ouran High School Host Club
July 5: One-Punch Man
July 12: Death Note

Each anime is rated TV-14. This program will take place in the Teen Space at the Bristol Public Library and is free of charge and open to all teens. Japanese snacks will be served. Teen Book Club will begin immediately after Anime Club for any teens who would like to stay and attend both programs. For more information call Teen Services at 276-821-6192.

Dad’s Get In Free at BCM Museum Father’s Day Weekend

June 16-18


Does Dad love music? Celebrate Father’s Day with him at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum!Friday, June 16through Sunday, June 18, 2017 Dadsget in forfree with your paid admission.

Admission is good for the entire day so you can come early and make a day of it! Take in a few exhibits, perhaps slip out to enjoy lunch at one of Historic Downtown Bristol’s fine eateries. After lunch you may return to explore more areas of the museum and browse one-of-a-kind gifts in The Museum Store.

Teen Building Competitions

June 15, 22 & 29 | Bristol Public Library

As part of the Teen Summer Reading Program, the main branch of the Bristol Public Library is offering a weekly building competition Thursday mornings in June from 11:00 am — 12:00 pm. This program is open to anyone ages 10-19. Teens can work in teams or alone to build the best structure out of recyclables. At every meeting, the participants will vote on the most successful creation and that creator will receive an Amazon gift card. Each week will have a specific theme:

June 15: Build Mazes
June 22: Build with Clay
June 29: Build Board Games

This program will take place in the Teen Space at the Bristol Public Library and is free of charge. The library will provide all supplies. For more information call Teen Services at 276-821-6192.

Bristol Office Supply Weekly Specials

Through June 16


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Military Families Free at Birthplace of Country Music Museum

Through Labor Day | Birthplace of Country Music Museum

As part of its participation in Blue Star Museums—a collaboration between the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America — the Birthplace of Country Music Museum is offering free admission to the nation's active duty military personnel, including National Guard and Reserve and up to five family members, through Labor Day 2017. Click here for more information.

Also Coming Up

Book Signing: Sarah Kincaid
June 14 | Blackbird Bakery
BPL Book Club
June 15
Full Moon Jam: Thomas Taylor
June 15 | Downtown Center
Birthday Bash & Benefit for Ben Brock
June 15 | Whiskey Rebellion
Gerald Sheppard
June 15 | Blackbird Bakery
Beauty and the Beast by Theatre Bristol
June 16–25 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Theatre Bristol's 2017 Gala
June 16 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Border Bash: Josh Daniel
June 16 | Downtown Bristol
Ballroom & Latin Dance Lesson
June 16 | Bristol Ballet
Faded Travelers
June 16 | Studio Brew
Border Bash: If Birds Could Fly
June 16 | Downtown Bristol
Shape Note Sing
June 17 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
State Street String Band Bluegrass
June 19 | Blackbird Bakery
Pick Along Summer Camps: Week 1 — Intermediate
June 19–23 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
The Casual Word Community Type-In
June 20 | Bristol Public Library
Steele Creek Park: Poisonous Flora and Fauna
June 20 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Duty Free
June 20 | Downtown Center
Hope Griffin
June 21 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Full Moon Jam: Borderline
June 22 | Downtown Center
The Diamonds
June 22 | Blackbird Bakery
Ryan Ward
June 22 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Whiskey Sticks
June 23 | Studio Brew
Indighost
June 23 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Before the Storm
June 24 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Pick Along Summer Camps: Week 2 — Beginner
June 26–30 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Birdwatching for Beginners
June 27 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Linda Lay & Springfield Exit
June 27 | Downtown Center
Redleg Husky
June 28 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Dave Mason: Alone Together Again
June 29–30 | Paramount Center for the Arts
The Birds
June 29 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Hillbilly Bad
June 29 | Downtown Center
Wolf Hills Jazz Quartet
June 29 | Blackbird Bakery
AACA Antique Car Show — Patriotic
June 30 | Downtown Bristol
Bluesman & the Blues Essentials
June 30 | Studio Brew
Celebrate Bristol presents Star-Spangled 4th of July Celebration
July 4 | Downtown Bristol
Full Moon Jam: Turkey Creek
July 4 | Downtown Center
Border Bash: Fritz & Co.
July 4 | Downtown Bristol
Border Bash: Virginia Ground
July 4 | Cumberland Square Park
Full Moon Jam: Music Memories
July 6 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: World Turning Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band
July 7 | Downtown Center
The Farmhouse Ghost
July 7 | Studio Brew
"How to Kick the Sugar Habit" Workshop
July 8 | Wellness Yoga of Bristol
Pick Along Summer Camps: Week 1 — Intermediate
July 10–14 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Full Moon Jam: Ken Morrell Family
July 11 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: James Meadows
July 13 | Downtown Center
Quarter Bounce w/ Rusty Steel
July 14 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Honoring Life Changes: Yoga for Menopause
July 15 | Wellness Yoga of Bristol
Pick Along Summer Camps: Week 2 — Beginner
July 17–21 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Full Moon Jam: Appalachian Trail
July 18 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Shooter
July 20 | Downtown Center
Dean Dillon
July 20 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Border Bash: this mountain
July 21 | Downtown Bristol
Border Bash: Annabelle's Curse
July 21 | Downtown Bristol
The Grand Ole Uproar
July 21 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Country Cool Comedy Show
July 22 | Paramount Center for the Arts
An Acoustic Evening with Patty Griffin & Lee Ann Womack
July 23 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Full Moon Jam: Matt Ledbetter Band
July 25 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: WyldeHeart
July 27 | Downtown Center
The Importance of Being Earnest
July 28–30 | Theatre Bristol
Below 7
July 28 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Full Moon Jam: Duty Free
August 1 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Marcus Boyd
August 3 | Downtown Center
Border Bash: My New Favorites
August 4 | Downtown Bristol
Border Bash: Adam Graybeal's Hillbilly Soul
August 4 | Cumberland Square Park
Full Moon Jam: Cedar Valley
August 8 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Purple Masquerade Prince Tribute Band
August 10 | Downtown Center
Hundred Acres
August 11 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Full Moon Jam: Glen Harlow and Friends
August 15 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam / Food City Family Race Night: Thomas Taylor, Wyldeheart, Shooter
August 17 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Linda Lay & Springfield Exit
August 22 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Billy Crawford
August 24 | Downtown Center
Tom Sawyer
August 25 – September 10 | Theatre Bristol
Quarter Bounce w/ Rusty Steel
August 26 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Full Moon Jam: Turkey Creek
August 29 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Old School Revue
August 31 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Southern Countrymen
September 7 | Downtown Center
Full Moon Jam: Nightrain Guns n Roses Tribute Band
September 21 | Downtown Center
Comedian Henry Cho
September 23 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Full Moon Jam: Southern 76
September 28 | Downtown Center
Black Jacket Symphony: Fleetwood Mac's Rumours
October 7 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Appalachian AACA Trunk & Treat
October 27 | Downtown Bristol
Theatre Bristol presents Annie
November 17–26 | Paramount Center for the Arts
Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells
December 1–17 | Theatre Bristol

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