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    Knoxville Events | May 14 – 16, 2021

    It’s another great weekend to get out and enjoy some of the outdoor activities in East Tennessee! If you’re searching for Knoxville homes for sale this weekend, check out our latest listing at 933 Festival Lane in the Cedar Bluff area. This home won’t be on the market long. For those that need a break from house hunting or aren’t actively shopping for a new home right now, here’s some other events going on around the area:

    Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival & Games

    One of the great East Tennessee traditions returns this weekend at Maryville College – The Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival & Games! Founded in 1981, this event is one of the oldest Scottish Festivals in the country. Come see dozens of pipe and drum bands, kilted athletes compete in traditional feats of strength, sample traditional Scottish and Irish foods, and more. The festival runs May 15 – 16 with individual day tickets or weekend passes available.

    The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Community Concert

    The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra brass and percussion ensemble plays the first of three community concerts Saturday, May 15 at 7:30pm. The performance takes place at the Theatre in the Park on the Maryville Greenbelt and lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged. Admission is free for everyone. Additional performances will be held in Athens, TN (Sunday, May 16) and Morristown, TN (Saturday, May 22). Visit the KSO website for more info on all symphony events.

    Splash Country and Soaky Mountain Waterpark Season Opening

    Dollywood Splash Country and Soaky Mountain Waterpark each celebrate their season opening this weekend in the Smokies. The weather forecast appears to be a little chilly, but plenty of sun is in the forecast to get a head start on your summer tan.

    UT Baseball vs. Arkansas at Lindsey Nelson Stadium

    It’s another Top 5 matchup as the #4 University of Tennessee Volunteers take on the #1 Arkansas Razorbacks in a three game set at Lindsey Nelson Stadium this weekend. Tickets are sold out for the entire series, but games will be available on SEC Network or SEC Network+. Don’t miss the Friday night Pig Roast before the game or Saturday’s “Checker LNS” events!

    Whatever you decide to do this weekend, get out and enjoy some of the spring weather and natural beauty of our region. We’d love to show you any of the available listings in our area and help you list your existing home. If you don’t currently live in East Tennessee, but are ready to make a move, we can help with that too! Join our Move to East Tennessee Facebook group for resources, listings and information about Knoxville and the surrounding East TN region.

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