2013 Rhythm N' Blooms musical lineup announced

5:37 PM, Feb 12, 2013   |    comments
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(Information provided by Erin Slocum with Dogwood Arts)

On February 12, the Dogwood Arts and Attack Monkey Productions revealed the 2013 for the Rhythm N' Blooms Musical Festival. The event runs April 5-7 at various venues throughout downtown Knoxville and will include every type of musical genre.

Musicians scheduled to perform:

Dawes • the everybodyfields • Erick Baker • The Time Jumpers • Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit • Justin Townes Earle • My Brightest Diamond • The Features • The Vespers • Mike Farris & the Roseland Rhythm Revue • Charles Walker and the Dynamites • The Black Cadillacs • Erin McKeown • Sugar and the Hi-Lows • Bombadil • Lil iFFy • Joy Kills Sorrow • Leagues • Shannon Whitworth • Amanda Shires • YARN • Flow Tribe • J.P. Harris & the Tough Choices • Angel Snow • St. Paul and the Broken Bones • Humming House • this mountain • Josh Oliver • Aftah Party • Betse Ellis of the Wilders • The Lonetones • Kelsey's Woods • Hiroya Tsukamoto • Greg Horne • Brent Thompson and the Wandering • Valley Young • Weird Miracle • O Youth • lipliplip hands • Johanna Divine • Jerry Leger • Steff Mahan • Writer's Block LIVE!


Tennessee Theater • Knoxville Botanical Garden & Arboretum • John Black Photography Studio • Latitude 35 • The Square Room • Barley's Taproom • Boyd's Jig & Reel • Crown & Goose • Bill Lyons Pavilion at Market Square • Knoxville Visitor Center [Musician's Corner]

For a limited time only, those attending are able to take advantage of our early bird ticket pricing! A VIP Pass, $175, allows you access to all shows all weekend in addition to: priority seating and parking, a VIP welcome reception, artist meet n' greet, and much more. The Weekend-long Festival Pass, $55, provides you with access to all of the performances and venues occurring over the course of the weekend. Day Passes, $25, are available for all three days. Passes can be purchased online at www.rhythmnbloomsfest.com , or in person at the Knoxville Visitor Center.

New this year.. Trolleys will be available to take pass holders from venue to venue throughout the weekend!


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