KNOXVILLE, Tenn. —
Check out the musical "RENT" this weekend! This Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning phenomenon will be showing at the Tennessee Theatre Friday through Sunday. The 25th Anniversary Farewell Season of Love is your final chance to experience this celebrated touring production, so do not miss it!
People can party all evening long at Pellissippi State Community College on Friday, Feb. 25 at 6:00 p.m. The Soulful Sounds Revue will perform classic Motown throwbacks from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Join the Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild for the first official festival for Farm to Tap from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday at Suttree Landing Park! This festival will showcase 20+ guild member breweries from across the state and showcase beers brewed with agricultural products from Tennessee. To top it off there will be farmers, food trucks, vendors, and more. Tickets include unlimited samples, tasting cup, drinking water, and great times! Early bird tickets are $40 and regular tickets are $50.
Dino and Dragon Stroll is coming to Knoxville! This event is the only North American tour that lets up walk-thru and get up close to life-like and life-size dinosaurs AND dragons. Immerse yourself in the interactive photo experience, climb inside a dinosaur egg or next to the Giganotosaurus who is 36 ft. long with his mouth at ground level! This event will take place at the Knoxville Convention Center on Saturday and Sunday. You can buy tickets online or at the location.
Head over to the Children's Museum of Oak Ridge for the annual International Festival. This Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge tradition features a variety of world cultures through performances, food, crafts, children's activities, and more. From art to music to dance, there will be something of interest for all ages.
The East Tennessee History Center will be screening "The Lost World Of East Knoxville: A Walk with Bob Booker" this Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. In 2020, Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection Manager Steve Cotham joined Knoxville historian Robert J. Booker on a walk through Booker's former neighborhood, known as The Bottom. Heartland Series videographer Doug Mills captured this historic stroll on video, as Booker recounts the history of the area encompassing the Civic Coliseum, the Old City and First Creek, before urban renewal radically changed the city's landscape. The 40-minute video serves as a first-hand account of The Bottom pre-1960s and includes photographs and film that make Booker's memories come alive. Call 865-215-8729 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.