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All In For Autism 5k @ UT Ped Walk, April 1st!

All in For Autism is a charity 5k race hosted by Advocates For Autism, an organization at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Advocates For Autism will be raising money for Autism Site Knoxville and raising awareness about autism during Autism Awareness Month! They also provide an inclusive environment for students on the spectrum and serve as allies. Advocates For Autism raises funds to provide local students, families, and adults with resources, support, and education.

The 5k event hosted by Advocates For Autism takes place April 1, 2017 at the University of Tennessee Pedestrian Walk, 1620 Melrose Ave, from 9AM-12PM.

More information about the event can be found here and the AFA Facebook page.

UT Recycling Hosts Sustainability Art Show, March 31, 2017! Accepting Art Work by 3.24

UT Recycling is hosting the 2nd annual Sustainability Art Show, March 31st from 6 to 10 PM, at 2121 Stephenson Drive Dock 24! There will be lots of entertainment, artwork, and free food! UT Recycling welcomes everyone interested in sharing their masterpieces to submit art work by the application deadline of March 24th. Art will be showcased and sold at the Sustainability Art Show. Those who would like to submit pieces can contact; otherwise, come and see sustainability-inspired artwork.

More INFO about submitting artwork

Event Facebook page






Funny Ears Fringe Fest @ Scruffy City Hall & Preservation Pub, March 23-26!

The Funny Ears Fringe Fest is four nights of music at Scruffy City Hall and Preservation Pub, on Market Square in Downtown Knoxville. It’s a fringe showcase of over 40 bands for all our international visitors– “fringe” in avant garde music’s case of course means… lots of local ROCK n ROLL!

The Funny Ears Fringe Fest is held on the same nights as the Big Ears Festival, which has been a lively event in Downtown Knoxville, introducing us to avant garde music and the world to lovely, friendly Knoxville, Tennessee.


Here’s the lineup of bands performing on the first night of the fest, March 23:

Preservation Pub’s FREAK FOLKICANA NIGHT- Crystal Bright & The Silver Hands, Blond Bones, Brad Austin, Caney Creek Company, and The Green Fingers.

Scruffy City Hall- Funny Ears Honky Tonk Nighttime Ball curated by Andrew Dale Pirkle. Bands Martha Spencer, Matt Kinman, Alex Leach, and Brandon Fulson & The Realbillys perform.


Bands performing on March 24:

Preservation Pub’s INDIE PIRATE NIGHT- Little Stranger, Harbor, Rock Eupora, Bella’s Bartok, and Plankeye Peggy.

Scruffy City Hall’s ROCK PSYCH 101- Yasameen Hoffman & Ben Maney, Amythyst Kia and Her Chest of Glass, The Comet Conductors, Demon Waffle, Step Sisters, and The Brothers Reed.


Bands performing on March 25:

Preservation Pub- The Young Fables, Kerchief, St Maurice, Electrochemical, Brother Moses, Red As Blood, and Sirius.B.

Reggae Night at Scruffy City Hall- Whyte Noyse, Natty’s Common Roots, and 40 oz Burrito.


Bands performing on March 26:

Preservation Pub’s SOULGRASS NIGHT- Magnolia Wind, Country Wide, Fossil Creek Company, and Evan Taylor Jones Band.

Prog Night at Scruffy City Hall- Aelude, Pareidelic, These are the angles, and Indighost.


VIDEO of 40 oz Burrito at Preservation Pub, Jan. 2017

More INFO on Funny Ears Fringe event page

Tennessee Theatre Adds 2nd Jason Isbell Show, SUNDAY April 23rd!

The Saturday, April 22nd Jason Isbell show has nearly sold out, but fans now have another opportunity to see Isbell perform in Knoxville. Due to popular demand, the Tennessee Theatre is adding a 2nd Jason Isbell show on April 23rd! Tickets to the 2nd show go on sale Friday, Feb. 3rd at 11am!

Jason Isbell will be back in Knoxville, Tennessee for TWO special performance of songs off his latest album, Something More Than Free. The concert is at the Tennessee Theatre on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Doors open at 7:00, and the show starts at 8:00 P.M. Nashville, TN native and indie folk artist William Tyler will also perform at the show.

WUTK The Rock has been pumping the tunes of Jason Isbell and his former band, Drive-By Truckers, for ages, and the station is proud of the great success that has followed Jason Isbell in his music career. Since the 2015 release of Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell has received two Grammy awards for Best Americana Album and Best American Roots Song (24 Frames). The singer-songwriter has also been nominated for three more Americana Music Honors & Awards: Album of the Year (Something More Than Free), Song of the Year (24 Frames), and Artist of the Year and won in the first two categories.

Isbell’s Grammy-winning Hit “24 Frames”

Tickets for Sat. Apr. 22, 2017. a couple tix could be left.

More INFO about show at Tennessee Theatre

Get Tickets HERE for the Sunday Apr. 23, 2017 show.


UT Recycling’s Public Recycling Drop Off Event, March 1, 2017.

Come visit UT Recycling’s Public Recycling Drop Off event on March 1st, from 8AM-5PM. There will be fun, games, food, and prizes! The Recycling Drop Off fest will also have food trucks, raffles, campus and community organizations, 90.3 The Rock, games for all ages, and tours of the UT Recycling facilities! Pet friendly event! Don’t miss out, and don’t forget to bring your recyclables!


The Public Drop Off is located at 2121 Stephenson Drive dock 24 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All recyclable materials must be sorted according to the guide below, and/or the stickers located on each recycling bin.


A complete list of acceptable materials can be found on the UT Recycling website. **Glass is no longer accepted in UT’s regular green recycling bins throughout campus. However, they can still take your sorted glass recyclables!


UT Recycling’s goal is to convert the University of Tennessee into a Zero Waste institution by diverting 90% (or more) of all waste from the landfill through reduction, reuse, recycling and composting practices.


If you have questions about whether or not something you would like to bring to the drop off is recyclable, email or call (865) 974-3480.