Big Ears Festival 2020

Book tickets

Mar 26 - Mar 29 2020

Knoxville, Tennessee (Various Venues)

$225 (GA); $650 (VIP)

Taking place March 26th-29th, 2020 in Knoxville, TN, Big Ears is a singular festival experience that explores connections between musicians and artists, effortlessly crossing the boundaries of musical genres as well as artistic disciplines. Big Ears is a weekend of world-class musical performances that celebrates Knoxville’s historic theaters, nightclubs, churches, museums, and outdoor spaces with concerts, discussions, interactive workshops, installations, film screenings, surprise collaborations and unexpected artistic collisions. It celebrates the never-ending adventure of artistic creation and exploration.

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