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In June, the Knoxville Choral Society will represent Knoxville as it performs in Austria and Switzerland. Read more

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The music is vocal and instrumental, allowing the band to experiment with arrangements and tailor the compositions to become vehicles for exploration. Read more

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"To see a Broadway show in Knoxville’s Grand Entertainment Palace – with its intimate auditorium and beautiful ambiance – is an incredible experience.” Read more

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Appalachian Ballet Company is searching for dancers with solid classical training, good musicality, engaging acting skills and a desire to dance. Read more

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Antiques specialists David Case, Merikay Waldvogel and James Hooper will also lead a special museum tour. Read more

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The Manhattan Project National Historical Park preserves the history and tells the story of the birth of the atomic age in America. Read more

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Summer spectacle lights up the Tennessee sky. Read more

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The festival features authentic traditional food vendors representing Asian countries and areas such as Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Korea, China, Japan, Philippines, and Vietnam. Read more

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Learn more about Great Smoky Mountains National Park in a group setting. Read more

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The new 50-acre outdoor waterpark will be located across the street and up the hill from the Sevierville Convention Center and Wilderness at the Smokies resort. Read more

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Every 4th of July, the Museum of Appalachia staff use gunpowder to launch a 200-pound anvil hundreds of feet into the air. Read more

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Museum exhibition explores the history of Mountain Dew Read more

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Photo by Zuza Gałczyńska

Mabry's Hill enjoys a spectacular view of the City of Knoxville's Festival on the Fourth fireworks. Read more

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The local paper did a full page spread on my dad’s retirement. “The end of an era,” the paper called it. But it was really just the beginning of the end. Read more

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The Dogwood Arts Regional Art Exhibition was developed to showcase and award fine artists in the region. Read more

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Circle in the City will feature various styles of dance, spoken word, improvisation, and projected imagery. Read more

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This festival, a long-standing Knoxville tradition, sees 40,000 to 50,000 people over the 3-day weekend each year. Read more

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Sheep Shearing Days will include demonstrations of shearing, carding, spinning and weaving the fleece into woven goods, and illustrations of some of the many finished products derived from the wool. Read more

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    A portrait of Hazel Dickens

    East Tennessee folk artist Amy Campbell recently left her job as a college art professor to pursue art full time. “It was a scary decision, but I was pretty confident in it,” she reflects. “I just had to do it.”