In downtown Knoxville, Market Square will be opening there holiday ice rink on Nov. 29 through Jan. 5.
Fans of legal drinking age will be able to purchase alcohol at Neyland Stadium during the Sept. 7 game against BYU.
The University of Tennessee’s annual Welcome Week is full of events aimed at new and returning students along with faculty and staff. Attendees can meet new people, learn about campus resources and engage in activities.
Students gather for annual Volapalooza at the Student Union Courtyard to listen to artists, eat food and enjoy their time at UT before finals.
Attendees learned more about green policies and organizations that aid in protecting the environment while at Knoxville’s EarthFest.
Finals are around the corner, and UT is providing students with several de-stress events.
Explore the City of Knoxville this weekend by joining in one of the many activities offered this Saturday, April 13. Sports, culture, food and fun are all available.
Need ideas for you and your pup for Spring Break? Head to downtown and explore Market Square, walk around campus or give your dog a treat at Starbucks! There are so many ways for you and your dog to enjoy your break! Have fun, Vols!
Check out some of Knoxville’s and East Tennessee’s offerings to explore during spring break.
East TN Kidney Foundation presents their annual Knoxville Shamrock Festival for families.