Big Ears Festival 2015

Mar 27 - Mar 29 2015

Knoxville, Tennessee (Various Venues)

$178.50 - $199.50 (Weekend Passes)

AC Entertainment is excited to announce the return of Big Ears Festival to Knoxville on March 27-29, 2015. Heralded as “the most ambitious and avant-garde music festival to emerge in America in more than a decade” by Rolling Stone and an event that “stands apart because of its commitment to excellence in extremes” by The New York Times, Big Ears brings together musicians and artists who span generations and transcend genres for dozens of concerts along with installations, exhibitions, film screenings, interactive workshops, informative talks, surprise collaborations, and unexpected connections.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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