Downtown Knoxville Ten Day Planner (2/10 – 2/19/2019)

Exterior Rendering of Planned Hi-Wire Brewing at 906 Sevier Avenue, Knoxville

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Sunday, February 10

 

Monday, February 11

 

Tuesday, February 12

Kurt Rhoads, Collin Andrews, Abbey Siegworth and Nance Williamson, Clarence Brown Theatre’s production of King Charles III, Knoxville, February 2019

Wednesday, February 13

 

Thursday, February 14

Friday, February 15

 

Saturday, February 16

Status Dough, 418 South Gay Street, Knoxville, February 2019

Sunday, February 17

 

Monday, February 18

  • Central Business Improvement District (CBID), Knoxville Chamber, Historic Market Square, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
  • Sam Houston’s Quest | A Brown Bag Lecture, East Tennessee Historical Society, 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM
  • WDVX Blue Plate Special: Chelsea Williams / Roan Yellowthorn, Visitor Center, Noon, FREE!
  • FRIENDLYTOWN comedy show! / B|_ANK, Pilot Light, 7:30 PM /9:30 PM, FREE! / $5
  • Christopher Cross, Bijou Theatre, 7:30 PM, $35 – $49.50
  • Pale Root, Barley’s Taproom, 9:00 PM
  • Margot Cilker, Preservation Pub, 10:00 PM

 

Tuesday, February 19

Comments

  1. Tina Shepardson says

    FYI: The Dungan Lecture is Tues, Feb 19 (not Fri, Feb 15). Thanks! “History and Race: The Letters of Paul in antiquity and modernity” by Laura Nasrallah: David L. Dungan Memorial Lecture, Strong Hall, RM 101, 1621 W Cumberland Ave, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

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