The annual Appalachian Fair has several entertainment events set for this year, including monster trucks, live music, rides, talent contests and more.
The 2019 International Storytelling Festival is a go after the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the event’s permit on Monday night.
Three plaintiffs have filed a lawsuit against Johnson City and seven city police officers, claiming that their First Amendment rights were violated during the TriPride Festival in September.
ELIZABETHTON — This Friday is the second Friday of July, and that means it will soon be time for Evening on Elk once again. This popular downtown event started on the first Friday in May, and is now set for its third event.
ELIZABETHTON — Since its founding four years ago by Tom and Karen Hitchcock, Blue River Studio has carried on its namesake’s tradition and meandered through downtown Elizabehton.
From Erwin to Jonesborough and Johnson City to Bristol, thousands of East Tennesseans came out to parades, festivals and fireworks displays across the region Thursday, reveling in the Independence Day festivities throughout the Tri-Cities.
Don’t let your patriotism go untapped today. You have plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day in this area.
Johnson City has announced the following closures for this year’s Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks on July 4.
The popular Beach Nite Band returns to Winged Deer Park’s Lakefront Festival Plaza Goulding Amphitheatre from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, with their entertaining and humor-filled show.
ROAN MOUNTAIN — It is once again the middle of June, the most beautiful time of the year on Roan Mountain and once again it is time for the oldest festival in Northeast Tennessee.
ELIZABETHTON — The 53rd Covered Bridge Celebration came to a close last night with a blaze of fireworks. This year’s festival had beautiful weather and an assist in bringing folks downtown on Friday with the new Evenings on Elk.
An early Friday night stroll around the grounds at the Covered Bridge Festival, with great people and vendors and little bit of soundcheck.
ELIZABETHTON —It is going to be busy in downtown Elizabethton today. The 53rd Covered Bridge Celebration gets started this morning and the June edition of the new Evenings on Elk Avenue kicks off at 5 p.m.
ELIZABETHTON — The inaugural Evenings on Elk was a big success last month. The downtown sidewalks were packed with people and East Elk Avenue had a steady stream of traffic for most of the evening.
ELIZABETHTON — It’s the Covered Bridge Celebration! It’s Evenings on Elk Avenue!