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Knoxville This Week: June 23-27

This week in Knoxville (and the surrounding counties), check out these great events!

Tuesday June 24, 2014, 8 PM-10 PM: Concerts on the Square featuring Jazz by Marble City 5.

Wednesday June 25, 2014, 11 AM-2 PM: Market Square Farmer’s Market.

Thursday June 26, 2014, 6:30 PM: Knoxville’s Festival on the 4th Kickoff – Patriotic Bike Parade! The citywide celebration of July 4th kicks off with the Patriotic Bike Parade at 6:30 p.m. on June 26, beginning on Union Ave at Market Square, then heading on Gay Street to Magnolia Avenue and then back down Gay Street. The City’s Office of Special Events will be presenting the Best Decorated Bike Contest awards in four categories: business, family, child ages 7-12, and child ages 6 and under. Judging for the best decorated categories will begin at 6 p.m. on Market Square in front of the stage. Businesses must pre-register by June 24 to be judged; families and children can pre-register or register on-site. Pre-register online at https://patrioticbikeparade.wufoo.com/forms/city-of-knoxvilles-patriotic-bike-parade

Thursday June 26, 2014, 7 PM-9 PM: Concerts on the Square featuring Kelsey’s Woods.

Friday June 27, 2014, 6 PM-8:30 PM: Knoxville Museum of Art – Alive After 5 featuring Phillipe LeJeune. General Admission is $10, KMA Members and students (with ID) are $5, and children under 17 are FREE! The popular boogie-woogie, jazz, and blues pianist from Toulouse, France, has performed many times at AA5 over the years. The young pianist attended a 1968 concert by master boogie-woogie and blues pianist Memphis Slim, and immediately put an end to his classical efforts and began teaching himself the blues, scouring local record shops for recordings by boogie-woogie greats. In 1980 he cut an album titled “Dialog in Boogie” as a piano duo with Slim, who had been a Parisian citizen since 1962. Since then, he has toured the U. S. regularly, performing at major music festivals, and released six more CDs, including his most recent, “Groovin’ Blues”, released in 2012. 
Co-presented by Andrew “Jazzman” Smith

Friday June 27, 2014, At Sundown: Maryville, TN Movies in the Park featuring “Back to the Future.” Bring blankets, chairs, and your family for a movie starting at sundown, located at the Theater in the Park beside the Blount County Courthouse. This event is proudly sponsored by The City of Maryville, Alcoa, Inc., DENSO, The United Way of Blount County, and The Daily Times. 

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