Knoxville entertainment

Live Performance in Knoxville

Tennessee Theatre

Re-opening in 2005 after a $25.5-million restoration, this grand 1928 theatre hosts musicians and entertainers – Jason Isbell, the Temptations, John Prine, David Blaine – as well as Broadway plays and the Knoxville …
Live Music in Knoxville

Jig & Reel

Mountain music and bluegrass bands – which all trace their roots to Appalachia's Scots-Irish settlers – draw appreciative crowds to this exposed-brick Scottish pub in Old City. Nice Scotch list, too.
Live Performance in Knoxville

Bijou Theatre

The fourth-oldest building in Knoxville, this 700-seat venue welcomes indie rockers, comedians and beloved favorites such as the Indigo Girls.
Stadium in Knoxville

Neyland Stadium

Peyton Manning first made his name here. You can tour the 102,455-capacity football behemoth by calling ahead or emailing utevents@utk.edu.