811 N. Campbell Station Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37932
Phone: (865) 675-7585
Fax: (865) 675-4442
811 N. Campbell Station Rd. , Knoxville, TN, US, 37932
- Phone: (865) 675-7585
- Fax: (865) 675-4442
Beautiful dinner theatre that presents an array of Broadway plays and serves delicious buffet style food. They are open Thursday through Saturday, with dinner starting at 6:45 p.m. and performances starting at 8:15 p.m.
Relax at Movie 7 and see new features and snack on your favorite movie foods such as popcorn, nachos, candy and more.
Side Splitters Knoxville, a younger sister to the Side Splitters club in Tampa, Florida, hosts leading comedians who come through serving laughs in Knoxville.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Five to six concerts are presented throughout the year by this community orchestra that showcases the talent of local area performers and composers.
The oldest continually operating community theatre in the southeast, this award-winning playhouse was established in 1943 and presents six Mainstage productions, three musicals, three comedies or dramas, and three productions for young audiences throughout the year.
Professional modern dance company that consist of 24 young dancers from ages eight to seventeen who perform regionally, nationally, and internationally.
One of the best ways to enjoy a concert is out in the open, surrounded by the elements of nature, breathing in fresh air, while letting the rhythm and tunes take you over. It is this and more that awaits you at The Shed. Located off the West Lamar Alexander Parkway, this open-air venue is right next to the Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson in Maryville. Being an outdoor venue, seating is not provided here, but visitors can bring their own chairs if required. Also, if you get hungry, or thirsty, there's Stinkers BBQ located right at The Shed. Do see the website to know about the events schedule.
Lindsey Nelson Stadium get its name from a famous announcer. Lindsey Nelson, is a well-known announcer for UT football and listed in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Lindsey Nelson Stadium is huge and accommodates thousands of spectators. The stands have fixed seats, bench seats and chair-back seats too. With modern scoreboards and video screens, the entire stadium has got a face-lift after the renovations. The teams have a separate lounge and recreation area. Whereas, the spectators are gleeful at the concession stands. Check the website of the university to find more about the upcoming matches.
Performing over 100 public concerts a year, this music school and organization offers a broad and comprehensive professional music program with many specialized music concentrations.
Adjacent to the Clarence Brown Theater, this versatile "theatre-in-the-round" was one of the first arena theatres in the nations and was named in honor of Mrs. Doughty, a devoted theatre patron. A large variety of musicals, comedies, dramas, and dances are held here throughout the year.