4 last minute Spring Break ideas

Spring break 2015 has arrived and for those who are not going on an extravagant trip do not be afraid. Every year during Spring Break you can find multiple events taking place throughout the Knoxville area.

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Spring Break 2015 has arrived and for those who are not going on an extravagant trip do not be afraid. Every year during Spring Break you can find multiple events taking place throughout the Knoxville area. This year there will be several events including concerts, festivals and other social gatherings. So while your enjoying your break from school, you can explore the beautiful city of Knoxville and all it has to offer. Here are a few ideas.

1.  The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant

Celebrate the friendliest day of year with one of Knoxville’s Irish pubs on Saint Patrick’s Day. The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant is a family-owned business that will be celebrating this day in the right kind of way. They will be hosting various forms of entertainment such as dancing, tug-o-war, bagpipes and other musical performances by Katie Carver and the Steve Rutledge Band. A tent and stage will be set up outside along with additional seating and bar. This all takes place on March 17, but the pub will also be providing entertainment for this weekend. So stop by the Irish Times Pub and Restaurant for some fun entertainment, but make sure to wear your green

2. The Sing-Off Tour Live

Are you a fan of NBC’s show “The Sing-Off”? If so, you’re in luck because The Sing-Off Tour will be coming to Knoxville on March 16. This event will be featuring a variety of fan favorites of the popular TV show such as: Street Corner Symphony and VoicePlay. These groups will be performing their a cappella versions of this year’s most popular songs as well as some of the arrangements from the TV show. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be at the Tennessee Theater.

3. Knoxville Ice Bears vs. Fayetteville Fireantz

Go out with your friends and enjoy a fun filled night while supporting Knoxville’s local hockey team. You will experience fast-paced action, fan participation and numerous giveaways that are offered by Ice Bears while also being easy on your wallet. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum.  You can buy tickets at www.knoxvilletickets.com or by calling 865-656-4444.

4.  Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring: It’s a Spring Thing

Feeling a little spontaneous? Take a road trip with a few friends to Gatlinburg’s Smoky Mountain Spring: It’s a Spring Thing. During this event, you can enjoy activities such as the “Fit for Duty” 5k run/walk, the Bush Brother’s Cornbread and Bean Festival and many more. This event is packed with plenty of fun activities to keep you and your friends busy. You can find the dates of events in the line below.

http://www.gatlinburg.com/events/details.aspx?id=133

Edited by Maggie Jones