#KDUB Music Monday :: October 23 – October 29

Music Monday starts out strong, as it should, and we’ve got the skinny on some of the most exciting upcoming shows and musical acts in town! And – with so much music – the time to start planning your concert schedule is NOW. Here are our top picks for live music in Knoxville this week!

There should be something for everyone to enjoy in East Tennessee, so take your pick below!

10/24 - 311 at The Mill & Mine

311 is bringing a mix of rock, reggae, hip-hop and funk to The Mill & Mine. You might have heard their songs, “Down,” “Love Song” and “Don’t Tread On Me” on the radio! The band will be playing classic hits and new songs from their latest album, “Mosaic” Tuesday.

TIME: 8PM

COST: $40 advance/$45 day of the show

 

 

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10/26 - Third Eye Blind at Tennessee Theatre

90s rock band, Third Eye Blind, is coming to Knoxville. Your guaranteed to hear classics like “How’s It Going to Be” at this show!

TIME: 8PM

COST: $39.50 – $65.5

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10/27 - Kansas at Civic Auditorium

Rock band, Kansas, is in town for their 40th anniversary Leftoverture tour. Their set includes 24 different songs from 11 different albums! Catch them at the Civic Auditorium this Friday.

TIME: 8PM

COST: $63 – $104.50

 

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10/27 - Roots Of A Rebellion at Preservation Pub

Roots Of A Rebellion, is playing for a good cause Friday night! The reggae jam band was voted Best Local Band in Nashville Scene’s 2015 Best of Nashville Reader’s Poll.

TIME: 9PM

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10/28 - Roger Alan Wade at Barley's Taproom

Country singer-song writer, Roger Alan Wade is performing at Barley’s this weekend! You might recognize him from his music or from his ties to the movie, “Jackass.” Wade wrote the opening and closing song to the first movie and is related to Johnny Knoxville. He’ll be taking on the Barley’s stage this Saturday.

TIME: 10PM

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That’s all for this week, but as always, we love to see your photos! Submit pictures to us from these shows, or any from this week, at @KnoxvilleWeekend on Facebook and Instagram and @knoxweekend on Twitter! Happy concert going!