Music

Mayor

Madeline Rogero
mayor@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-2040

400 Main St., Room 691
Knoxville, TN 37902

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From the early days of WNOX (one of the ten oldest radio stations in the United States) to the current Big Ears Music Festival, Knoxville is a haven for music.

Music can be enjoyed in Knoxville live at local clubs, bars, outside, and other venues. Annual festivals always bring in crowds, and, of course, the radio stations in Knoxville are always brimming with notes of pleasure. So sit back and listen to what Knoxville has to say or sing...

CALENDARS
Visit Knoxville Event Calendar

CONCERT TICKETS

Concert Wire/AC Entertainment
Knoxville Tickets
Arts and Culture Alliance

CULTURAL
Knoxville Jazz Company
Knoxville Opera
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

MUSIC FESTIVALS
Alive After Five
Big Ears Festival
Concerts on the Square
Jazz on the Square
Meadow Lark Music Festival
Rhythm N Blooms
Vestival

RADIO STATIONS

WWST 102.1 FM
WJXB 97.5 FM
WNOX 99.1 FM
WUOT 91.9 FM
WDVX 89.9 FM
WIVK 107.7 FM
WRJZ 620 AM
WITA 1490 AM
WOEZ 88.3 FM

VENUES

Bijou Theatre
Capitol Theatre
Clarence Brown Theatre
Clayton Center for the Arts
Knoxville Civic Auditorium & Coliseum
Laurel Theater
Neyland Stadium
Palace Theater 
Relix Variety
Shed at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson
Tennessee Theatre
The International
Thompson-Boling Arena
WDVX Blue Plate

VENUES AT BARS/CLUBS/RESTAURANTS
Barley's Taproom & Pizzeria
Bistro at the Bijou
Boyd's Jig and Reel
Cotton Eyed Joe
Crown and Goose
Pilot Light
Preservation Pub
Sassy Ann's House of Blues
Sequoyah Grille
Square Room at Cafe 4
Sweet P's Barbeque and Soul House

The City of Knoxville is not responsible for content included on listed sites, nor does the city endorse these organizations or establishments. Sites are merely listed for information purposes. Please note that these lists are not complete and are provided to give the user a starting point in locating music in the Knoxville area.