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Space for Rent: 511 State Street, Brsitol VA


You may have seen a for rent sign in the window of Damsel & Daisy recently. Don't worry! The shop is not closing. They have big plans to move in with The Distressed Gentleman​ down the street. Stay tuned for updates! You’ll be able to get hand painted furniture, hand poured candles, unique decor, and great gifts all in one place! But they can’t make that happen until they find an awesome shop to lease the current space at 511 State Street. Spread the word!

Loft available soon at 529 State Street #1


The residential loft is 2,400 square feet, all custom. The master suite is completely private with a custom walk-thru closet and a spa-like master bathroom accompanied with a 100-square foot steam room shower with a bench. The hallway exudes the buildings character with beautiful exposed brick and hard wood flooring through the entire loft. Step down into a chef's kitchen with granite counter tops, custom wine rack around the refrigerator, plenty of storage space and bar seating that overlooks the dining area. Enjoy the spacious feel as the ceiling height is at 24-feet. Sit and enjoy the gas fireplace! Pull up the windows that overlook Historic Downtown Bristol and listen to all the music and sounds of State Street (great during Rhythm & Roots Reunion Festival & Border Bash). Walk up the custom iron spiral staircase to an exposed bedroom, or great office space, that leads to an 18-foot long catwalk that drops into a suspended bedroom over the kitchen. This section of the loft also gets plenty of natural light through the large skylight. The loft also comes with approximately 350+ square feet in additional storage space, ideal for seasonal items.

Click here to learn more!

Downtown Bristol Blog

Meet the Merchant: Sue Smith of Misty Mountain Designs


This week's "Meet the Merchant" featuring Historic Downtown Bristol business: Misty Mountain Designs!

Misty Mountain Designs
524 State Street
Bristol, TN 37620
(423) 646-1557
mistymountainbristol.com

How did Misty Mountain Designs come about?
My ex and I started Misty Mountain as a way to afford to live here and build our home in the Tri-Cities.

Are you a Bristol native? If not, what brought you to Bristol?
No, originally my ex and I are both from Maryland. We purchased land in Mendota after visiting a friend with a home here in 1993. We built our house and moved in August of 1998 and opened Misty Mountain as a kiosk that October.

Tell us about your family! Kids? Dogs? Cats?
I adopt all of my customers and friends as my kids. I have one cat named Dolly Parton and one dog named Johnny Cash. I lost my other pets, Bella Fleck and Jerry Garcia, to cancer a year apart.

Outside of your business, what are your other passions?
I love hiking, supporting other local businesses, and chasing the music that I love.

Bristol Favorites
Favorite Bristol restaurant: From Machiavelli’s to Blackbird Bakery and all points in between, each restaurant and eatery has something awesome and different to offer. Shout out to all of the owners for doing their very best to bring us quality food and service!
Favorite outdoor/rec spot: I love Cumberland Park, Weir Dam, Rooster Front Park, and Observation Knob.
Favorite Lunch Spot: I like a little bit of everything. Bank Street’s specials, Machiavelli’s soups, Macado’s salads and fries.
Sweet Tooth: Southern Churn ice cream, anything from Blackbird Bakery, and Manna Bagel’s scones.



Downtown Bristol Events

To Kill a Mockingbird

July 27 | Bristol Public Library


The Bristol Public Library is pleased to present another Classic Movie Corner with To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). Based on Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird features Gregory Peck, John Megna, and Robert Duvall in this captivating tale of Scout Finch’s childhood summers in Depression-era Alabama. While Scout and her brother, Jem, make friends with their neighbor Dill and investigate town recluse Boo Radley (Duvall), her father, Atticus (Peck), becomes embroiled in a court case that will rock the foundations of Maycomb County.

The library will kick things off at 5:30 p.m. in the J. Henry Kegley Meeting Room, so don’t be late! Popcorn and water will be provided to movie attendees.

Bristol Becomes... Community Workshop

July 27 | Slater Community Center


What will Bristol be like 5, 10, or 20 years from now? You tell us! Join the City of Bristol, TN, at the Slater Center Thursday, July 27th at 6pm. Share your vision and learn more about Bristol, TN’s Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan is community driven and citizen participation is a vital component of the planning process, and city leaders need to hear from you!

What is the Comprehensive Plan?
A comprehensive plan is a guide for the future! It establishes a framework to guide decisions about growth, preservation and change within our City. The document, officially adopted by City Council, will describe Bristol’s direction for future development and will recommend policies and projects to achieve desired results.

The process will involve a variety of stakeholders including Elected Officials, City Staff, a Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, Regulatory Agencies, a Consultant Team led by Design Workshop, and the General Public.

The Comprehensive Plan will address some of the following topics:

  • Land Use
  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Parks and Open Space
  • City Services
  • Utilities
  • Economic Development
  • Urban Design

Visit the Comprehensive Plan page at bristoltn.org to learn more.

PBS american experience Documentary "Edison"

July 27 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


BCMM will present the PBS American Experience documentary “Edison,” companion programming designed to complement "Things Come Apart," an exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. "Things Come Apart" is on display in the Special Exhibits Gallery from July 15 to October 8, 2017.

About The Film
By the time he died in 1931, Thomas Alva Edison was one of the most famous men in the world. The holder of more patents than any other inventor in history, he had amassed a fortune and achieved glory as the genius behind such revolutionary inventions as sound recording, motion pictures, and electric light.

Born on the threshold of America’s burgeoning industrial empire, Edison’s curiosity led him to its cutting edge. With just three months of formal schooling, he took on one seemingly impossible technical challenge after another, and through intuition, persistence, and a unique team approach to innovation, invariably solved it.

Driven and intensely competitive, the inventor was often neglectful in his private life and could be ruthless in business. Challenged by competition in the industry he’d founded, Edison launched an ugly propaganda campaign against his rivals, and used his credibility as an electrical expert to help ensure that high-voltage electrocution became a form of capital punishment.

When Edison died on October 18, he lay in state for two days in the library of his West Orange complex, as thousands of people lined up to pay their final respects. On the third night, at the request of President Herbert Hoover, radio listeners across the country switched off their lights as a reminder of what life would have been like without Edison.

The film explores the complex alchemy that accounts for the enduring celebrity of America’s most famous inventor, offering new perspectives on the man and his milieu, and illuminating not only the true nature of invention, but its role in turn-of-the-century America’s rush into the future.

Full Moon Jam: WyldeHeart

July 27 | Downtown Center


WyldeHeart is a local band that specializes in covering all the great 80's rock bands! They also have a few or their own.

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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.

Bike Night w/ James Meadows

July 27 | Quaker Steak and Lube


James and his talented band (The Country Mile Drifters) have performed a large number of shows and have opened for major touring artists both locally and regionally over the last four years. A typical James Meadows show contains a huge set list filled with both fan/crowd requested and timeless Classic Country, New Top 40 Country, Bluegrass, Southern Rock, and Originals that are sure to blow the walls off of any event or venue. James's voice is very versatile and he uses his musical gift to put his own unique vocal twists on every song he sings.

The Diamonds

July 27 | 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.

The Importance of Being Earnest

July 28–30 | Theatre Bristol


Theatre Bristol is proud to present an Oscar Wilde comedy classic, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” produced by the Theatre Bristol Youth Service Board, July 28, 29, and 30 at the Theatre Bristol ARTspace. Tickets are on sale now at TheatreBristol.org.

“The Importance of Being Earnest” begins in the flat of wealthy Algernon Moncrieff (Seth Gilstrap) in London's fashionable West End. Algernon's aunt, Lady Bracknell (Anna Kimerer), and her daughter, Gwendolen Fairfax (Camille Gray), are coming for a visit, but Mr. Jack Worthing (Jace Lyon), known to Algernon as Ernest, arrives first.

When Jack explains that he plans to propose marriage to Gwendolen, Algernon offers up Jack’s lost cigarette case, demanding to know why the case has the inscription, "From little Cecily with her fondest love," before giving his approval of the engagement. Jack explains that his real name is Jack Worthing in the country, but he assumes the name "Ernest" when he ventures to the city for fun, and that Cecily is his ward.

While devouring all the cucumber sandwiches, Algernon confesses that he, too, employs deception when it is convenient.

The scene shifts to Jack Worthing's country estate where Miss Prism (Cameron Roberts), Cecily Cardew's (Emma Kennedy) governess, is teaching Cecily in the garden. Miss Prism sings Jack's praises as a sensible and responsible man, unlike his brother Ernest, who is wicked and has a weak character.

The local vicar, Canon Chasuble (Luke Gray), arrives and, sensing an opportunity for romance, takes Miss Prism for a walk in the garden.
In conversation, Gwendolyn and Cecily discover they are both engaged to Ernest Worthing. A battle follows, cleverly carried out during the British tea ceremony.

Supported by Morgan Whitaker as Mrs. Lane and Whitney Brooks as Mrs. Lane, and Dakota Otey and Devon White on lights and sound, “The Importance of Being Earnest” is clever and packed with fast-paced and comedic dialogue that will leave you rolling in the aisles.

"The Importance of Being Earnest" is directed and managed by Theatre Bristol Youth Service Board members ages 13 to 22. After the successes of their previous productions, "Pygmalion" and "Love's Labour's Lost," the YSB is excited to have the opportunity to present this classic play. With the help of their mentors Samantha Gray and Steve Baskett, they have put together a truly entertaining comedy.

"The Importance of Being Earnest" runs July 28-30, 2017, with evening performances on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:30. Please call 423-212-3625 for reservations or reserve them online at TheatreBristol.org.

EC Frazier

July 28 | Quaker Steak and Lube


Earnie "E.C." Frazier is located in the Tri City area of East Tennessee. He plays music because it's what he loves to do! He has a wide selection of music that he plays and keeps all ages interested in his show. Great for a family fun environment.

Mama Molasses

July 28 | Bristol Station Brews & Taproom


Mamma Molasses performs Alt-Country, Americana, Indie Folk, and Blues. She is a songwriter, and she has her own way of fingerpicking a guitar. A lot of her inspiration is drawn from Appalachian Folk Music, Gospel, Old Country, Piedmont Blues, and Contemporary Roots Music. It's gonna be a great evening!

Rob-Con 2017

July 29–30 | Viking Hall


Rob-Con 2017 is set for Saturday and Sunday, July 29-30 at Viking Hall in Bristol, TN. Times are 9am — 5:30 PM on both days. Activities include a costume contest at 3PM on Saturday, video, board & card games and guest writers and artists.

Timothy Zahn is the guest of honor this year. He is a New York Times best-selling author of Star Wars books.

"An Evening with Timothy Zahn" is set for Saturday night at 7:30PM at Machevelli's Restaurant in Bristol. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at Mountain Empire Comics in both Bristol and Johnson City. Dinner is included and participants will have a chance to speak and ask questions with Zahn.

A portion of the proceeds goes to the Holly Help Spay-Neuter Fund to help underprivileged animals in our community.

More information on Rob-Con can be found at robcon.org.
More information on Holly-Help can be found at hollyhelp.org.

Sound-Maker Celebration

July 29–30 | Earnest Tube


The Earnest Tube is pleased to announce their Sound-Maker Celebration: celebrating the ingenuity that brought Ralph Peer to Bristol in July 1927 by blending music, technology and the art of “making” in modern form.

Saturday, July 29
1-2pm – Exploring Trends in Computer-Aided Instrument Manufacturing (RSVP here)
2-3pm – Direct-to-Disc Recording Demo & Discussion (RSVP here)
3-4pm – Aaron Frye Tonewood Amp Demo & Discussion (RSVP here)
7-9pm – Live performance by Michael D. Peck (RSVP here)

Sunday, July 30
1-2pm – Exploring Trends in Computer-Aided Instrument Manufacturing (RSVP here)
2-3pm – Direct-to-Disc Recording Demo & Discussion (RSVP here)
3-4pm – Aaron Frye Tonewood Amp Demo & Discussion (RSVP here)
7-9pm – Live performance by Thor Platter Band (RSVP here)

Friends of 1927 Concert Series: Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, and Jerry Salley

July 29 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


The Birthplace of Country Music is proud to present an intimate Friends of 1927 concert experiencewith artists Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle ,and Jerry Salley.

About Carl Jackson
Described by Bluegrass Unlimited magazine as “Bluegrass Music’s MVP”, the Mississippi Musician’s Hall of Fame member and Grammy winner was also recently inducted into the SPBGMA Preservation Hall of Greats.

As a vocalist, you can hear him on recordings with the likes of EmmyLou Harris, Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, Steve Wariner, Garth Brooks, Janie Fricke, Dolly Parton, and many, many more. He has also had great success in songwriting, with his work being sung by many high-caliber artists such as Glen Campbell, Garth Brooks, and Brad Paisley.

About Larry Cordle
Cordle is an accomplished songwriter and performer. At last count, his songs had appeared on projects that had sold a combined total of more than 55 million records to date, by artists such as Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Diamond Rio, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins and many others.

His band, Lonesome Standard Time,has been awarded song of the year by the International Bluegrass Music Association on two separate occasions, garnered two Grammy nominations for best bluegrass album, received nominations for vocal group and instrumental group, landed #1 slots on the Bluegrass and Americana charts and gained the respect of their peers and had many accolades during their existence.

About Jerry Salley
Referred to by Billboard Magazine as “One of Music Row’s greatest veteran tunesmiths,” Jerry Salley has had an incredibly successful songwriting career. He was the 2003 SESAC Country Music Songwriter of the Yearand has had over 450 songs recorded in his multi-award winning career. To date, Jerry’s songs have sold in excess of 15.5 million records worldwide, and internationally he has penned no less than seven #1 Country hits in Australia.

From Sir Elton John’s only chart single to appear on the Billboard Country Chart (“Where We Both Say Goodbye” – duet with Australian artist Catherine Britt) to a Gospel song so popular it has been included in Church Hymnals (“His Strength Is Perfect”), Jerry’s long list of accomplishments speaks for itself. Most recently, Jerry was honored to have a song on Chris Stapleton’s Traveller album (“Outlaw State Of Mind”), which is certified double platinum. From songs recorded by some of today’s biggest country stars like Chris Stapleton, Reba McEntire and Brad Paisley, to country music legends Loretta Lynn and The Oak Ridge Boys, Jerry is honored each and every time a song of his is recorded.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Rob-Con special event: An Evening with Timothy Zahn

July 29 | Machiavelli's


"An Evening with Timothy Zahn" is set for Saturday night at 7:30PM at Machevelli's Restaurant in Bristol. Tickets are $50* and can be purchased at Mountain Empire Comics in both Bristol and Johnson City. Dinner is included and participants will have a chance to speak and ask questions with Zahn. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Holly Help Spay/Neuter Fund.

*Alcoholic beverages not included.

Derrick Ryan

July 29 | Bristol Station Brews & Taproom


Born in Bristol, Tennessee, and spending all of 2015 recording his debut album, 2016 holds nothing but promise for Derrick Ryan. A power house of heart and soul, a Derrick Ryan show will be a one of a kind experience.

State Street String Band

July 31 | Blackbird Bakery


Join Blackbird Bakery for live bluegrass with State Street String Band.

PBS Documentary: Magic of the Snowy Owl

August 1 | Bristol Public Library


The Bristol Public Library will be offering a special showing of Nature: Magic of the Snowy Owl (2012).

Magic of the Snowy Owl is a fascinating documentary on the life span of the snowy owl and its unique capabilities as a hunter in one of the most inhospitable climates in the world. Snowies, once hatched, only have 82 days to learn how to fly and fend for themselves, before the full force of winter comes down on them.

If you're a fan of Harry Potter's Hedwig, make sure to come by for this free showing of Magic of the Snowy Owl at 6:00 p.m. on August 1 in the J. Henry Kegley Meeting Room.

Not rated. 59 minutes.

Full Moon Jam: Duty Free

August 1 | 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.

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Also Coming Up

Bristol Pirates vs. Bluefield
July 26 | Boyce Cox Field
To Kill a Mockingbird
July 27 | Bristol Public Library
Bristol Becomes... Community Workshop
July 27 | Slater Community Center
PBS american experience Documentary "Edison"
July 27 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Full Moon Jam: WyldeHeart
July 27 | Downtown Center
Bristol Pirates vs. Greeneville
July 27 | Boyce Cox Field
Bike Night w/ James Meadows
July 27 | Quaker Steak and Lube
The Diamonds
July 27 | Blackbird Bakery
The Importance of Being Earnest
July 28–30 | Theatre Bristol
Bristol Pirates vs. Greeneville
July 28 | Boyce Cox Field
EC Frazier
July 28 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Mama Molasses
July 28 | Bristol Station Brews & Taproom
Below 7
July 28 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Rob-Con 2017
July 29–30 | Viking Hall
Sound-Maker Celebration
July 29–30 | Earnest Tube
Friends of 1927 Concert Series: Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, and Jerry Salley
July 29 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Bristol Pirates vs. Greeneville
July 29 | Boyce Cox Field
Rob-Con special event: An Evening with Timothy Zahn
July 29 | Machiavelli's
Crazy Like Lexi
July 29 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Derrick Ryan
July 29 | Bristol Station Brews & Taproom
State Street String Band
July 31 | Blackbird Bakery
PBS Documentary: Magic of the Snowy Owl
August 1 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Duty Free
August 1 | Downtown Center
The Help
August 3 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Marcus Boyd
August 3 | Downtown Center
Border Bash: My New Favorites
August 4 | Downtown Bristol
"Born in Bristol" Film Premiere
August 4–6 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Border Bash: Adam Graybeal's Hillbilly Soul
August 4 | Downtown Bristol
Bristol Pirates vs. Danville
August 6 | Boyce Cox Field
Bristol Pirates vs. Danville
August 7 | Boyce Cox Field
Full Moon Jam: Cedar Valley
August 8 | Downtown Center
Bristol Pirates vs. Danville
August 8 | Boyce Cox Field
Night with a Master Naturalist
August 8 | Bristol Public Library
Bristol Pirates vs. Johnson City
August 9 | Boyce Cox Field
Full Moon Jam: Purple Masquerade Prince Tribute Band
August 10 | Downtown Center
Bristol Pirates vs. Johnson City
August 10 | Boyce Cox Field
Farm & Fun Time: Town Mountain and Jonathan Byrd
August 10 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Hot Bristol Night Antique Car Show
August 11 | Downtown Bristol
Bristol Pirates vs. Johnson City
August 11 | Boyce Cox Field
Hundred Acres
August 11 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Annie Auditions: Roles available for men, women, children, and a dog
August 12–21 | Theatre Bristol
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
BPL Book Club
August 17 | Bristol Public Library
Bristol Pirates vs. Elizabethton
August 17 | Boyce Cox Field
Shake it Like a Caveman
August 17 | Studio Brew
Bristol Pirates vs. Elizabethton
August 18 | Boyce Cox Field
Bristol Pirates vs. Elizabethton
August 19 | Boyce Cox Field
Inside the Millennial Mind
August 22 | Bristol Chamber of Commerce
Roots and Region: Exploring Local Music History and Traditions
August 22 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Linda Lay & Springfield Exit
August 22 | Downtown Center
Creative and Crafty: Mini Mandala Portraits
August 23 | Bristol Public Library
Magical Mug Cakes
August 24 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Billy Crawford
August 24 | Downtown Center
Tom Sawyer
August 25 – September 10 | Theatre Bristol
Steele Cookin Band
August 25 | Studio Brew
BCM's Free Family Fun Day
August 26 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Bristol Pirates vs. Kingsport
August 26 | Boyce Cox Field
Quarter Bounce w/ Rusty Steel
August 26 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Bristol Pirates vs. Kingsport
August 27 | Boyce Cox Field
Bristol Pirates vs. Kingsport
August 28 | Boyce Cox Field
AAME presents The First Generation of the English Bible
August 29 | Bristol Public Library
Full Moon Jam: Turkey Creek
August 29 | Downtown Center
Bristol Pirates vs. Burlington
August 29 | Boyce Cox Field
Bristol Pirates vs. Burlington
August 30 | Boyce Cox Field
The Adventures of Robin Hood
August 31 | Bristol Public Library
PBS Documentary: "Note by Note: The Making of Steinway L1037"
August 31 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Full Moon Jam: Old School Revue
August 31 | Downtown Center
Bristol Pirates vs. Burlington
August 31 | Boyce Cox Field
Full Moon Jam: Southern Countrymen
September 7 | Downtown Center
Friends of 1927 Concert Series: Mike Farris
September 7 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Hundred Acres
September 8 | Studio Brew
Sugar Lime Blue
September 9 | Studio Brew
Something Beautiful Fall Market
September 10 | Bristol Train Station
"May it Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers" Film Screening
September 12 | Marquee Cinemas — Pinnacle 12
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2017
September 15–17 | Downtown Bristol
The Jaystorm Project BRRR After Party
September 16 | Studio Brew
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
Victor Lawson & Boogie Chillen w/ Catfish Frye Band
September 29 | Studio Brew
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
Bristol Ballet presents The Nutcracker
December 8–9 | Paramount Center for the Arts

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