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    Knoxville Events June 4-6 | Billy Houston Group

    There are lots of great opportunities to get out and experience downtown living this weekend. A First Friday event is on the docket as well as Dolly Fest which promises to be a hoot! We feature a few highlights in our Things to Do blog, but you can always see a complete list of goings on at VisitKnoxville.com. Don’t forget! There are open houses happening around the region and many homes available for viewing by appointment. Our team is available to help you find the perfect Knoxville home and coordinate the chance to see it.

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    Old City Dolly Fest – June 4-6

    Get out to Knoxville’s Old City this weekend and celebrate Tennessee’s favorite daughter, Dolly Parton! Some of downtown’s most popular shops and restaurants will be presenting three days of art, music, history and food in Dolly’s honor. Don’t miss the Dolly Dress Up Contest at Honeymouth, pick up some Dolly themed gifts at Rala or catch the “9 to 5” screening at The Mill & Mine. Proceeds from this family event benefit the Imagination Library of Knox County.

    First Friday Knoxville – June 4th

    A downtown Knoxville tradition for more than 14 years, First Friday brings together Knoxville’s diverse artists and cultural communities for a monthly event that tours a number of galleries and venues throughout the city. Head down to Gay Street this evening and and look for the ArtWalk flags set up to guide you through the latest exhibits, performances, great food and special events.

    Knoxville Women’s Expo – June 5-6

    The third annual Knoxville Women’s Expo returns to the Expo Center on Clinton Highway this weekend. The event features more than 150 exhibits, fashion shows, beauty makeovers, demos and experts in the areas of Health, Fitness, Family, Finance, Career, Beauty, Home, Food and more. Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only) or in advance through Eventbrite.

    We hope everyone has a great weekend! Enjoy the last days of the moderate spring weather before things heat up. The Knoxville real estate market is already at summer temperatures and we’d love to help you keep cool through the buying or selling process. Check out some of the newest Knoxville listings below and give us a call at 865.577.SOLD!

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