Archives for August 2017

The Simon & Garfunkel Story Comes to the Niswonger Performing Arts Center

Don’t miss The Simon & Garfunkel Story at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on September 29th. It’s a concert style theatre show that uses state of the art video projection with original film footage, incredible lighting and a full live band that performs the duos hits. Check out npacgreeneville.com to get your tickets.

Guitar Maker Turns Player

Gerald Sheppard will perform September 7th at the Blackbird Bakery. Sheppard’s know for repairing, refinishing, and building guitars – something he’s done for over thirty years and now you’ll get the chance to hear him play. The show starts at 8.

From the Top Down Loft Tour Scheduled

The From the Top Down Loft Tour in Historic Downtown Bristol will be held Saturday, September 9th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Hosted by Believe in Bristol, the group changes the downtown locations each year so the tour is never the same. Get a feel for life downtown and explore these multi-use properties. Check out believeinbristol.com for tickets and details.

Rock Hall Ramblers Ramble at the Mill

The Rock Hall Ramblers will perform at White’s Mill in Abingdon on Saturday, September 9. The evening of fun and food will run from, 5pm – 7pm. Check out whitesmill.org for more details.

Pops in the Park Planned

Pops in the Park comes to Winged Deer Park on Sunday, September 10th. Johnson City Symphony Orchestra’s annual outdoor concert will be entitled “Allegiance and Devotion.” The Academy of Strings will also perform. Check out jcsymphony.com for details.

The Wilson Banjo Company Plays the Capitol Theatre

The Wilson Banjo Company will play the Capitol Theatre in Greeneville on September 2nd. The show is part of the Capitol’s Bluegrass Revival Series. The fun starts at 7.

Learn About Alpacas on a Special Weekend

Two Roots Alpacas and Vineyard on Saint James Road in Greene County will offer family friendly opportunities to learn more about alpacas on Sept. 23-24, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. both days. The public will have the chance to come meet alpacas and learn more about these animals. Visit the farm’s website tworootsalpacas.com for all the details.

Earth By Train Pulls into Bristol Station Brews & Taproom

Earth By Train is coming to the stage at Bristol Station Brews & Taproom on September 2nd. The band’s influences include, making good music with each other, believing in the power of music and what it can do for our hearts and our world. They use drums, guitars, keyboards, hands, voice, heads and hearts to create sound that hopefully is appealing and helps in some way. Show starts at 8.

Holston Riverfest Come to The Brewery

The first annual Holston Riverfest will be held at The Brewery and their grounds October 6 – 8. This festival features a great music lineup with Shenandoah, Ashley McBride, Daryl Worley and LANCO all scheduled to appear. Saturday brings the bike, car and truck show – a nice opportunity to show off your vehicle. Flame throwing and Burnouts will be the highlight of this portion of the festival along with tractor and trailer pulls. Tent camping will be available. If you bring a trailer or RV, go online to get the best package that includes tickets. The website is holstonriverfest.com

Singo Your Way to Fun and Prizes

Don’t miss a night of Singo at Bristol Station Brews & Taproom. It’s an exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo! Players are listening to their favorite music for the numerical Bingo calls. You have to experience it at least once and your chance is September 1st at 7pm.