Seven-piece rock band The Revivalists are bringing their New Orleans roots-driven, high octane live show to Knoxville’s The Mill & Mine on Tuesday, December 12! Y’all are not gonna want to miss their funked-out guitar and R&B swagger, so make sure to snag your tickets early! Luckily, we’re hooking up our AC fans with a special presale offer to secure your spot before everyone else. Enter promo code LIGHT at this link from 10am until 10pm Thursday, August 24 to gain access to a limited allotment of tickets!
Young artists Frederic Kennett and Robert Hauldren formed Louis The Child in 2013 and have quickly become the freshest faces of the electronic music scene. The pair attended the same high school and worked separately on their own projects until an encounter at a Madeon concert led them to join forces. Fast forward four years later and the duo has now opened for Madeon, toured with The Chainsmokers, racked up millions of views, and embarked on multiple tours of their own. With their “Last to Leave” tour wrapping up, Louis The Child is a must-see in Raleigh this fall!
While the acoustic trio The Devil Makes Three lacks a drummer, they are perfectly balanced with an impeccable blend of blues, country, bluegrass, and ragtime traditions held together with punk-rock. Over the past decade, with six records and countless shows under their belt, the alt-country band has thrived with a reputation as genre-bending sorcerers. Consisting of two guitarists and a string bassist, The Devil Makes Three is definitely not your normal band, and for good reason. We can’t wait to catch them live in Asheville and Knoxville this October!
These shows and all of the below are ON SALE NOW!
The Lonely Biscuits– Revelry Room- Chattanooga, TN- Sunday, September 17
Dan + Shay– Portsmouth Pavilion- Portsmouth, VA- Friday, September 29
Phantogram– Mercury Ballroom- Louisville, KY- Friday, October 6
Liquid Stranger and Manic Focus– The Orange Peel- Asheville, NC-Friday, October 6
Louis the Child: Last to Leave Tour– The Ritz- Raleigh, NC- Saturday, October 21
The Devil Makes Three– The Orange Peel- Asheville, NC- Tuesday, October 24
An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt– Tennessee Theatre- Knoxville, TN- Friday, October 27
The Devil Makes Three– The Mill and Mine- Knoxville, TN- Friday, October 27
Death From Above 1979– Cannery Ballroom- Nashville, TN- Tuesday, October 31
An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt– Schermerhorn Symphony Center- Nashville, TN- Sunday, November 5
John Mark McMillan presents the “Mercury & Lightning Tour” featuring special guests The Brilliance and LaPeer– Bijou Theatre- Knoxville, TN- Wednesday, November 15
Delbert McClinton– Bijou Theatre- Knoxville, TN- Friday, December
The Spill Canvas– Exit/In- Nashville, TN- Saturday, December 2
Live for Live Music presents Turkuaz with special guests The Suffers– Exit/In- Nashville, TN- Friday, December 8
Luke Combs: Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time Tour– ExploreAsheville.com Arena- Asheville, NC- Saturday, December 16
Drew and Ellie Holcomb’s Neighborly Christmas– Orpheum- Memphis, TN- Friday, December 22
A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums over three decades. It’s our distinct pleasure to host An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt at the Tennessee Theatre on Friday, October 27. To gain access to our special presale with a limited allotment of early tickets, enter promo code ACOUSTIC at this link from now until 10pm Thursday, August 17!
The Devil Makes Three‘s sound is garage-y ragtime, punkified blues, old n’ new timey without settling upon a particular era, inspired as much by mountain music as by Preservation Hall jazz. The raw and raucous trio makes their way to Knoxville’s The Mill & Mine on Friday, October 27. Snag tickets through our special presale offer by entering promo code REDEMPTION at this link on Thursday, August 17 from 10am until 10pm.
AC fans in Chattanooga are in for a real treat! The intimate Walker Theatre, located inside Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium, is getting a makeover! Significant infrastructure improvements will include a new state-of-the-art sound system and lighting rig, in addition to a slew of excellent new shows announcing next week! For more details, be sure to check out this article from the Times Free Press. Stay tuned for exciting announcements to come in the following days…