Knoxville Welcomes Honda Hoot 2002 downtown Knoxville all this week.
Museums and such…………
Knoxville Museum of Art presents “Lines in Motion: Abstract Impressions” from the Charles R. Dean Collection through July 28th, and “Lure of the West” featuring works from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, June 14th through Sept. 8th. For additional information, please call 525-6101.
Mountain Dew Homecoming is June 10th through July 11th at the Ewing Gallery.
“When the World Came to Knoxville”, an exhibit about the 1982 World’s Fair, is on display at The East Tennessee Historical Society Museum, located on the first floor of the East Tennessee History Center in downtown Knoxville at 600 Market Street.
Knoxville Museum of Art’s Alive After Five concert series includes The Big Easy Summer Solstice Special, June 21st; Chico & the Men, June 28th; Natti Love Joys, July 5th; Sharon Mosby with Wendel Werner Quartet, July 12th; Miranda Louise, July 19th; Tom Johnson and Teresa Crowe and Friends, July 26th; Steve Kaufman, Aug. 2nd; Bad Weather Blues, Aug. 9th; and Tasty Puddin’ and 360 Jam, Aug. 16th. Tickets are $8.00. For additional information, please call 525-6101.
Eagles Deli and Market on Boyd Creek Rd. will have live music every Thursday evening. All are invited to attend.
Doc Watson will perform June 28th at 8 p.m. at the Tennessee Theatre. Tickets are $25.00 reserved. Call 656-4444 for tickets.
The Southern Gospel Music Association Is presenting a concert at Smokies Stadium on June 24th from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 877-0995 or 877-9961 for ticket information.
Bill Mize, with special guest accordionist Beth Bramhall, will be performing in concert at 8 p.m. June 29th at Arrowmont. Tickets are $10.00.
The Eagles will be in concert July 4th at 8 p.m. at Thompson Boling Arena. Tickets range from $55.00 to $95.00 and are available through Tickets Unlimited.
“Down from the Mountain” bluegrass concert featuring music from “O Brother, Where Art Thou” will be 7 p.m. July 16th at Smokies Park in Sevierville. Tickets are available at Smokies Park or Tickets Unlimited.
The Magnolia Tea Room & Café at Eight Gables Inn features piano favorites by John David Trentham and strolling violinist Al Columbo. Reservations can be made for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m. b calling 430-3344.
Knox Christian Center will host Christian Family Nights concerts including Phillips, Craig and Dean July 26th. For more information or to order tickets, please call 690-6565 or go to www.christianfamilynights.com.