Big Ears Festival 2014

Book tickets

Mar 28 - Mar 30 2014

Knoxville, Tennessee (Various Venues)

$150 (GA)

The Big Ears Festival 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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