Band of Horses at the Mill and Mine! The Shelters produced by Tom Petty open the show. Friday, Oct. 21 at 8pm!

Band of Horses will perform their alternative rock at the Mill and Mine Friday, October 21st at 8 PM!

The Shelters will open up the show!

Mill and Mine Website

Get your tickets here!

VIDEO The Shelters “Rebel Heart” Heard first on WUTK!  The Shelters Music Dot Com

Come Celebrate Sustainability Day at the HSS Amphitheater October 20th! Noon to 4pm. WUTK will be on site!

UT’s Office of Sustainability will be at HSS amphitheater from noon to 4 pm on October 20th to celebrate Sustainability Day!

he event will serve as a platform for environmentally minded individuals of UT and the Knoxville area to celebrate sustainability, share ideas for local action, showcase environmental and responsible leadership, and create a marketplace for local and purposeful commerce. They will have free food, music, and all around good green fun. You don’t want to miss it.

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CCI Job and Internship Fair! Wednesday October 19th 3p-6p!

Come check out the Communication and Information Job and Internship Fair Wednesday, October 19th at 3p to 6p. It’s all taking place at the Thompson Boling Arena Concourse!

College of Communication and Information Facebook

Dress to impress and bring copies of your resume!

This fair is open to all students, so come on down!


Boo! Knoxville Horror Film Fest is Friday October 21st – 23rd!


Knoxville Horror Film Fest is back for the 8th year with the beastliest fest yet, taking place Friday, October 21st (6:30p) through October 23rd (11p)!


More info on the Knoxville Horror Fest Website and Facebook page!


Get your Tickets Here!
This year they’ve got 10 horrific feature films, another batch of bloody good shorts, the 6th annual Grindhouse Grind-Out and lots more. Check out all of the treats below.

Phantasm: Remastered – 1979’s beguiling indie horror classic returns to the big screen in Bad Robot’s revelatory 4K restoration.
Phantasm Ravager – The long-awaited fifth and final installment in the Phantasm series promises the ultimate showdown with the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm, RIP).
The Greasy Strangler – Bewildered buzz out of Sundance and SXSW has put this depraved comedy on the fast track to midnight movie notoriety… and KHFF will be Knoxville’s only chance to experience it with an audience.
Trash Fire – Adrian Grenier leads an unsuspecting girlfriend into the jaws of domestic horror in the riotously bleak new film from KHFF favorite Ricky Bates (Excision, Suburban Gothic).
Beyond the Gates – Rising indie horror stars Graham Skipper (The Mind’s Eye, Re-Animator the musical) and Chase Williamson (John Dies at the End, The Guest) search for their lost Father in a devilish VHS board game hosted by scream queen Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator).
Sadako vs. Kayako – The ghostly gals from Ringu and Juon: The Grudge face off in Japanese horror’s answer to Freddy Vs Jason.
​The Master Cleanse – A Film by Bobby Miller – Johnny Galecki attends an unusual spiritual retreat hosted by Oliver Platt and Angelica Huston, in the cutely creepy feature debut from the director of Tub.
La Rage du Démon (Fury Of The Demon)– A coy documentary-style look at a legendarily violence-inducing […]

WUTK’s SOUL POWER presents SOULFINGER at Preservation Pub Sat. 10/15 @ 10PM

WUTK’s Sunday night specialty show “SOUL POWER” (sponsored by Sweet P’s BBQ and Soul House) presents

SOULFINGER’S 10th Anniversary Show live at Preservation Pub on Saturday, October 15th at 10PM!


Soulfinger’s Facebook Page


See you there, bootyshakers!

Study Abroad Fair! Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 from 11-4 pm in Hodges Library!

Check out the Study Abroad Fair, October 5th from 11a – 4 p in Hodges Library.

Programs Abroad Website

Leon Bridges at the Tennessee Theatre! Oct. 4, 8p!

Tennessee Theatre October 4th at 8p.

After finding his voice, 26-year-old Leon Bridges has completely immersed himself in soul. The Fort Worth, Texas native and Columbia Records artist released his debut album, ‘Coming Home,’ in June of 2015 to critical and public acclaim. “I’m not saying I can hold a candle to any soul musician from the ’50s and ’60s,” Bridges says, “but I want to carry the torch.”

Humility aside, Bridges’ light is burning bright. Following the October 2014 release of two tunes that set the on-line world aflame, and accompanied by intimate solo shows from London to Los Angeles and Nashville to New York, the singer and songwriter has proven himself more than worthy of the spotlight, with a nuanced style and range that serves as a welcome addition to today’s musical landscape.


Tennessee Theatre Dot Com

Lianne La Havas will open the show!

The Grand Prize drawing will take place Sunday, September 25th on the Soul Power Show, 6p-8p.

Leon Bridges Website and Facebook Page.

Sweet P’s Barbecue Downtown Dive Website




7th Annual Barefoot Benefit 5k Fun Run Fall Festival Sun 10/16

UT Business Students Host Seventh Annual Barefoot Benefit

More info here                   Sign up here

Kick off your shoes! The Barefoot Benefit is pleased to announce this year’s 5K, Fun Run, and Fall Festival will be hosted on Sunday, October 16th, in Sequoyah Hills Park. All funds raised will go towards Samaritan Place, an emergency shelter for senior citizens.

12:30 PM – Fall Festival and Registration Begin
2:00 PM – 5K Race Starts

Location: Sequoyah Hills Park, Knoxville, TN 37919

Kinship knows no bounds, and generosity should know no bounds. As current and former University of TN business students, we pass the torch from year to year by hosting a 5k and Fall Festival to continuously pass the kinship and generosity forward.

All proceeds from the event are donated to Samaritan Place, an emergency shelter for seniors.
With fewer than 12 like it across the country, Samaritan Place is dedicated to providing shelter and support to these seniors. If you’d like to learn more about the organization behind Samaritan Place, clickhere.

Help our Cause!

To Sign Up, Please Visit: http://bit.ly/2czSSXz

http://thebarefootbenefit.org/ | barefootbenefit5k@gmail.com


Blitzen Trapper & Real Estate. Experimental Folk Rock. Bijou Theatre Sun. Oct. 2, 2016

Tickets and Info here.

Blitzen Trapper VIDEO

Blitzen Trapper’s music went through various genres with each record, bouncing from indie folk to art rock to experimental folk before settling into a rich, dusty brand of Neil Young-inspired alt-country. The band formed in 2000 in Portland, Oregon, with songwriter Eric Earley leading a lineup that also included Erik Menteer (guitar, keyboard), Brian Adrian Koch (drums, vocals), Michael Van Pelt (bass), Drew Laughery (keyboard), and Marty Marquis (keyboard, vocals). Before signing a record contract in 2007, the band released three albums on its own dime: an eponymous effort in 2003, Field Rexx in 2005, and the highly acclaimed Wild Mountain Nation in 2007. The latter album landed the group a record deal with Sub Pop.

With Sub Pop’s help, the group hit a creative peak with 2008’s Furr, a collection of 13 songs that found Blitzen Trapper boiling down their many influences into a cohesive, unique Americana sound. The Black River Killer EP followed in 2009, and the group spent part of that year working on a new full-length release, which arrived one year later in the form of Destroyer of the Void. Laughery left the band after a subsequent tour, and when it came time to record the band’s third Sub Pop release, American Goldwing, Blitzen Trapper opened the studio doors to outside collaborators for the first time, with Tchad Blake mixing the record and Gregg Williams co-producing. Musically, though, the guys kept things entirely within the family, reaching back to their ’70s country and Southern rock influences without losing their contemporary appeal.

The band released the albums Destroyer of the Void in 2010 and American Goldwing in 2011 — both to critical acclaim. Their seventh studio album, VII, […]

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