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Knoxville Events | April 23 – 25, 2021

Looking for something to do around Knoxville, TN this weekend? The weather might be a little wet, but there are some fun events going on around town:

Dogwood Arts Festival

The Dogwood Trails have been open and other festival events have already occurred around Knoxville, but this weekend is the Dogwood Arts Festival celebration. This year’s festival will be on the Performance Lawn at World’s Fair Park featuring 75 art vendors working in mixed media, pottery, painting, photography, glass, jewelry and more. Food trucks will be on site and musical acts will also be playing throughout the weekend. Social distancing and safety protocols will be in effect for this event.

The University of Tennessee Orange and White Game

A Knoxville spring tradition returns to the University of Tennessee campus this weekend after a COVID hiatus in 2020. See first year Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel’s program in action Saturday, April 24th at Neyland Stadium. Event admission is free for everyone with free parking areas opening at 10am and the Vol Village tailgate beginning at 12:30pm. Gates open at 2:30pm with a game time of 4pm. Visit for gameday health and safety policies. Can’t make it to the stadium? Watch the game action live on SEC Network or ESPN+.

Banff Mountain Film Festival

The 2021 Banff Mountain Film Festival at the Bijou Theatre features select titles from the festival’s collection of inspirational, action, environmental, and adventure films. A program of the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada, the festival is the largest and one of the most prestigious mountain festivals in the world. Curtain time is 7pm each night and admission is $25 per person. Seating is limited to accommodate social distancing protocols. Purchase tickets here.

Old City Market at Jackson Terminal

The Old City Market at Jackson Terminal is a bi-monthly event in Knoxville’s Old City featuring artist and makers from around the region. On the second and fourth Sunday in April, May and June, artists and makers from all disciplines set up shop at Jackson Terminal to sell their work and network with other vendors and customers. Admission and parking is free for attendees.

We’re excited to see things beginning to return to normal around Knoxville. As the year goes on and more concerts and events pop up on the calendar, we’ll be sure to share them on our blog. If you’re in the market to sell your existing house or purchase a new home in the Knoxville area, give the Billy Houston Group team a call at 865.577.SOLD.

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