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 …
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.
The fourth-oldest building in Knoxville, this 700-seat venue welcomes indie rockers, comedians and beloved favorites such as the Indigo Girls.
Peyton Manning first made his name here. You can tour the 102,455-capacity football behemoth by calling ahead or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.