Festivals
in Knoxville, TN (showing 1 - 3 out of 3)

Only a few things in life are more exciting than annual festivals. They provide something to look forward to that will add fun and entertainment to your life. From food festivals to music festivals and video festivals, we have something for everyone.

Enjoy a nice outing with your friends and family at one of these exclusive events held throughout the year in your area. Visit their websites or call for more information on what to expect, parking, specific locations, changes in dates, or any other questions you may have.

Dogwood Arts Festival

123 W Jackson Ave
Knoxville, TN 37902   Directions

(865) 637-4561

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The Dogwood Arts Festival is highly recognized as the best 17 days in April. Spring into spring with special events all over Knox County that include art shows, craft fairs, lots of great food and live music, too! Also, the event features more than 60 miles of landscaping and garden trails.

Hola Hora Latina

Knoxville, TN

(865) 335-3358

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The Hola Festival is held in Knoxville every September as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. The month-long celebration of all things Hispanic has been observed in the United States since 1968. This day-long event is a salute to the cultural diversity of East Tennessee. The Hola Festival's goal is to welcome visitors and familiarize them with new flavors of food as well as culturally diverse music, arts, crafts and much more. Hola means "hello" in Spanish, so come greet your new friends and have a great time!

Knoxville Jazz Festival

Knoxville, TN

(865) 215-2000

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The Knoxville Jazz Festival aims to make jazz lovers of as many people as possible. The event not only strives to foster a deep appreciation for this uniquely American musical genre, but to also direct fans to their local libraries to further study this music. To that end, the Festival makes it possible for jazz buffs to interface with jazz masters at local libraries during the days leading up to and during the main event. It's all designed to continue the tradition of jazz, the music that has survived to become an iconic musical treasure.

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