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Knoxville Happenings – June 19-22

This weekend marks the first “official” day of Summer, and Knoxville has decided to kick of this steamy summer weekend with a full line-up of events. Below, you will see some of the top events listed on the City of Knoxville’s Calendar of Events:

June 21 | Big Kahuna Wing Festival
  • World’s Fair Park Drive – Closed between Clinch and Grand avenues, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday. The wing festival and competition will be noon-8 p.m. Saturday on the park’s North Lawn.
June 21| Knoxville Brewfest
  • Gay Street – Closed 7 a.m.-midnight Saturday between Jackson Avenue and Magnolia Avenue. No parking on the Gay Street Viaduct beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday.
  • Depot Avenue – Closed 7 a.m. to midnight Saturday between Williams and Conrad streets. The fourth annual Brewfest, hosted by Defeat Duchenne to raise money for medical research and treatment, is a craft beer sampling event that features more than four dozen breweries.
June 21 | Market Square Farmers’ Market
  • Market Street – Closed 7 a.m.-3 p.m. between Union and Clinch avenues. The market, featuring locally grown produce as well as local meats, coffees and crafts, will be offered on Market Square, Union Avenue and Market Street, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
June 19-22 | Kuumba Festival
  • 25th Kuumba Festival will be in Krutch Park and Market Square June 19-20 and at Chilhowee Park June 21-22.

For a full list of events in Knoxville this weekend, visit the City of Knoxville’s Calendar of Events.

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