811 N. Campbell Station Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37932
Phone: (865) 675-7585
Fax: (865) 675-4442
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.
The Clarence Brown Theatre is one of the premier theaters in the city of Knoxville. Located on the campus of the University of Tennessee Knoxville, this theater is named after famous Hollywood director Clarence Brown, a former student of the university's Theater Department. The theater is built in the style of a proscenium theater, meaning it has an arched stage that is raised a few feet and faces the audience directly. The Clarence Brown Theatre can seat about 574 guests and also has various rooms that have the necessary theater equipment, from props to costumes and lighting. For more information on the upcoming events here please see the website.
Set in the former space of Valarium and Blackstock, The International aims to continue the musical history of this site. Built as a warehouse in the 1920s to repair trucks, this huge space was also the base of The Electric Ballroom and The Orpheus. Equipped state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, it is the brainchild of Brian Coakley and Jennifer Barlow. It hosts all genre of music and is indeed a haven for rock, acoustic, EDM, soul and Americana enthusiasts.
The Cider House is The Valarium's sister-establishment, meaning that they're both under the same management. Incidentally, they share the same contact information, so if you call and hear The Valarium, don't panic, you've got the right place. The Cider House is located directly next to The Valarium which makes both easy to find. Cider House's concert and event line-up is intermingled with Valarium's line-up on The Valarium's webpage so make sure you have the right venue when you're purchasing tickets and when you arrive the night of the event.
The capacity is 1,02,544, the reputation being of the second largest collegiate stadium in the United States. This place must have attitude...And it does! On a night of a game, the ambience is electrifying. Its tenants are the Tennessee Volunteers. Come and watch them play, cheer them on. In a stadium that's meant to overwhelm, every supporter is cherished.
The Foundry on the Fair Site is a very peculiar and unique event venue. One of the main things that sets it apart from other venues is its building. Originally built as a foundry where railroad spikes were casted, the building still retains a very industrial and bare feel to it, but it is still a very gorgeously maintained event space. The space is huge and can seat about 600 people in all. The Foundry can also be used in sections, depending on the kind of event and the number of people attending it. It is a very sought-after venue for weddings, especially, and has been the host to several wedding receptions over the years. For more information please see the website.
Located in Maryville at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, which is a popular vacation spot with many great restaurants and wonderful attractions.
A theater that once was a grocery store, the Relix Variety Theatre is a venue that can be used for anything reasonably entertaining. Whether you are looking for a live musical performance, or a dance performance, a play,or even an antiques fair, Relix is where you ought to head. Located in the Happy Holler district of Knoxville, this petite theater offers a charming and quaint venue that can accommodate 300, and can also be rented for private events. Do see the website or call to know more.
The Square Room is a hip, intimate, all-ages venue that caters to music and art lovers alike.
The Knoxville Visitor Center is unlike most of the tourist information centers. While they have a great friendly staff to help anyone who wants information on the city, visitors have the three other options as well in here. For unique local products browse through their gift shop for handmade potteries, candles, crafts, paintings and more. Pit-stop at the cafe for a tasty tidbit and coffee or just listen to the live music played at noon WDVX Radio Station located at the Knoxville Visitor Center. Nestled in a 1925 building, the Knoxville Visitor Center is worth a visit for its unique combination.
Located in Knoxville's fourth oldest building, the Bijou Theatre has been a staple of the local music scene for decades. A restaurant full of tasty treats and a history of ghost sightings make the Bijou Theatre an even more enticing place for a musical adventure.