#KDUB Music Monday :: June 18 – 24

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!

Photo Credit: Barley's Knoxville/ Facebook

6/19 - The 502s at Barley's Taproom

The 502s are bringing their indie folk sound from Florida to the Barley’s stage Tuesday night. Ed, Jake and Jon play a rambunctious folk set!


COST: $5 cover

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Photo Credit: The Tillers/ Facebook

6/20 - The Tillers at Boyd's Jig & Reel

WDVX is presenting The Tillers Wednesday as part of the Tennessee Shines radio series. The Ohio string band plays a combination of bluegrass and Americana music! If you can’t make the show, tune into 102.9 fm to listen!


COST: $7 advance/ $10 day of show



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6/21 - Bombadil at Barley's Taproom

Catch this indie band twice in the Old City Thursday night! Bombadil will first take Barley’s stage at 6 p.m. for the WDVX 6 o’clock swerve. They’ll later return for an extra set at 10 p.m.!



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Photo Credit: Lawn Chair Concert Series/ Facebook

6/23 - The Lawn Chair Concert Series at Founder's Park

Grab your lawn chairs for a FREE concert series in Farragut! Carolina Story, Jubal and Guy Marshall are performing in Founders Park. This is a great event to take the family to!



*In Tune pick*

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Photo Credit: Ray Wylie Hubbard/ Facebook

6/23 - Ray Wylie Hubbard at The Shed

Ray Wylie Hubbard is hitting The Shed! Jeff Plankenhorn is opening up the show!


COST: $20 advance/ $25 day of show

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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!

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