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With so many things going on in and around Downtown Knoxville, South Knoxville, and Happy Holler, it can be hard to decide what to do, so we here at Marble Alley Development have chosen to showcase some of the most interesting events for you. Enjoy!

 

Knoshville! Knoxville Jewish food festival Sunday, May 5th, 10am to 7pm. Knoxville Jewish Alliance 6800 Deane Hill Drive.

Get your bagel on! The 2019 Knoshville Jewish Food Festival features Jewish foods for sale, for dine in or take out.

Jewish food items span the globe and will include pierogies (filled dumplings); Moroccan spiced fish; kugel (baked casseroles usually made with egg noodles or potatoes); bagels and cream cheese; Bundt cakes (by the slice, mini cakes, and whole cakes); hamentashen (triangular-shaped cookies with fillings; potato latkes (pancakes); potato knishes (delicious fillings covered with dough and baked or fried); challah (Jewish egg bread); blintz casseroles; borscht (soup made with beets), beverages and coffee.

Admission is free. There's a minimum $10 food ticket purchase (1 ticket = $1.00). Get there early-food sells out fast!
More info here.

Symphony on the square. Thursday, May 9, 7:30–9 PM, Market Square


The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will perform a FREE, family-friendly concert on Market Square in downtown Knoxville on Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. This concert is free and open to the public-no tickets are required. This is an excellent photo and video opportunity.

KSO Resident Conductor James Fellenbaum will lead the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra in light classics from Mozart and Beethoven, plus selections from film scores such as Bernstein’s West Side Story and Rodgers’ The Sound of Music. In case of inclement weather and/or cold temperatures, this concert will be held at the Bijou Theater, located at 803 S. Gay St. Details here.
 

Vestival 2019. Saturday, May 11, 10 AM – 5 PM, Candoro Marble Bldg.


Vestival is an Art and Music Festival in South Knoxville at the historic Candoro marble works. Great food, fun activities, and awesome local music, all in support of your South Knox community!

Activities, vendors and a great music lineup including: Mic Harrison, East Tennessee Bluegrass Association, Knox County Jug Stompers, Quartjar, Gregg Andrus, Shayla McDaniel, Pistol Creek Catch of the Day, The Lonetones, Buffalo Fiasco, Dragonfly Circus & Aerial Arts Studio, and Humaya Tribal Fusion.

More information here.

Nick Lowe Solo Acoustic Show. Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 8 PM, Bijou Theater


Nick Lowe has made his mark as a producer (Elvis Costello-Graham Parker-Pretenders-The Damned), songwriter of at least three songs you know by heart, short-lived career as a pop star, and a lengthy term as a musicians’ musician. But in his current ‘second act’ as a silver-haired, tender-hearted but sharp-tongued singer-songwriter, he has no equal.

Lowe brings wit and understated excellence to every performance, leading Ben Ratliff of the New York Times to describe his live acoustic show as “elegant and nearly devastating.”  Ticket information can be found here.

Rhythm n Blooms Music Festival. May 17th, 18th, & 19th. Various times and Downtown Venues.

Rhythm N’ Blooms is a festival that’s just as much about the city of Knoxville as it is about music. The festival honors the identity and spirit of our rich East Tennessee history while providing a premium listening environment for top-notch musical performances. Knoxville’s story has always been set to music. Rhythm N’ Blooms highlights that soundtrack and celebrates the crossroads of this city’s varied music history by showcasing popular national acts alongside the finest musicians East Tennessee has to offer.

With the Great Smoky Mountains as our backdrop and Historic Old City as our stage, we create a unique theater-like experience set against an urban landscape that is sure to deliver a music festival experience that cannot be found anywhere else.

Full lineup, venues and times along with ticket information can be found at: https://www.rhythmnbloomsfest.com

Wii Tournament Wednesday. Wednesday, May 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th, 6-10pm at Pretentious Beer Co.

The middle of the week can be tough to get through. And it's never a bad idea to indulge in stress relieving activities, such as competitive video games and beer. What's better than talking smack and stealing a few quick sips before your next turn? Maybe some well earned Pretentious gift cards! They will be starting a quick tournament style gaming event on Wednesdays, with a rotation of different games each week:

May 8th ~ 100 Pin Bowling
May 15th ~ Diddy Kong Racing
May 22nd ~ Super Smash
May 29th ~ Mario Kart: Double Dash

Show ‘em what you got, and earn yourself a gift card for the weekend!

Details here

Mystery Link: Expect The Unexpected!

Who hasn’t dreamed of being one of the one percent and traveling in your own private jet? You know-hopping from place to place at a moment’s notice then coming down the airplane stairs to a waiting limo with cold adult beverages and a banging sound system, right? Only problem is, there’s hardly anybody at the airport to see your swinging’ lifestyle. Well, that problem has been solved. You pull up to the club in this baby and you’ll go right past the velvet rope and probably won’t have to pay for drinks all night. That’s right-there’s a thing called a Limo-Jet.

Click here to find out more.

Looking For Downtown Parking?


Downtown has free parking on nights and weekends, but with the expansion project at the State Street Garage, finding parking can be confusing. Keep up-to-date with the city of Knoxville parking blog by clicking here.

Also,
There's now an app that can help you strategically pick your parking garage destination, before you even start your car and pull out of the driveway.

Parkopedia.com offers a free phone app that reports data from sensors at the entrances to City-owned downtown garages. So you can see, in real-time, how many parking spaces are available at each garage.

Visit Parkopedia.com to get the app. Enter Knoxville when prompted to enter a city or place.
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