Friday August 5th we’re heading down to the Exit/In to play Nashville, TN with
Shawn Lacy and Saints of Havana
Hope to see you there!
Ticket info: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1207423
Heading down to Atlanta, GA July 15th at Smith’s Olde Bar with Nine Times Blue and Kenny Howes & The Wow!
July 22nd Mic is doing a solo/acoustic show with Handsome and The Humbles and Zack Miles in Johnson City, TN at Yee-Haw Brewery.
Hope to see you there!
And as always, more info is always on our shows page
Age: 21 +
Location: Barleys, Knoxville.
Info from Wozofest:
A night of live music and fun to celebrate Knoxville Community Radio! There will also be a silent auction of items donated from AC Entertainment, Nothing Too Fancy, and River Sports!
9:00 PM – 9:45 – Mic Harrison and the High Score
9:45 – 10:30 – DJ Set
10:30 – 11:30 – Kukuly and the Fuego
11:30 – Midnight – DJ Set
Midnight – 12:30 – Bobby Fuego
12:30 – 1:00 – DJ Set
1 AM – Black Atticus
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Our very own Mic Harrison will be performing Saturday night at Waynestock, as part of the Knoxville Tells Reunion.
3 BIG NIGHTS! $5 each night.
Doors open at 6pm each night, show starts at 7pm
This year’s beneficiary is the Knoxville Girls Rock Camp.
Sweet P’s BBQ and Soul House will be slinging BBQ “Sundae” Bowls and take our word for it… they are DELICIOUS!
Thursday, January 28
Friday, January 29
Saturday, January 30
Check out the great flyer for Snow Day! Coming up Jan 22nd 2016 at Barleys in Knoxville!
Mic Harrison and The High Score are playing Snow Day!
The 8th annual Snow Day, a CAC Beardsley Community Farm Benefit, will be hosted at Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria at 7 pm on Friday, January 22nd 2016.
Pre-order discounted tickets on Brown Paper Tickets: $8 for soup AND admission (plus processing fees). Click here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2477917.
CAC Beardsley Community Farm is Knoxville’s only urban demonstration farm that helps get fresh, healthy, local food to Knoxville’s under-served communities.
Snow Day will feature seven performances by a diverse group of local musicians, a soup contest between some of Knoxville’s finest restaurants, a Homegrown and Homemade Beard Pageant, and a silent auction. So far, silent auction prizes include a 2 night stay at the Butterfly Gap Retreat, a 1 night stay in the King Suite at The Oliver Hotel, a CSA Half Share with Abbey Fields, one craniosacral therapy session with Dr. Natalie Kurylo, tickets to the Knoxville Zoo, tickets to see the Ice Bears, gift certificates to several local Knoxville businesses and so much more!
More prizes are expected to be donated between now and January 22nd, and local artisans, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to participate in the large silent auction.
Snow Day has become a very popular Knoxville tradition with over 800 attendees and support from over 100 local businesses in Knoxville. These businesses included several restaurants, local retail, and media outlets. Snow Day is an important event for CAC Beardsley Community Farm that helps raise about 15% of the annual operating budget.Featured Musicians: Mic Harrison And The High Score, CrumbSnatchers, Old City Buskers, Roman Reese, Scruffy City Syncopators, Sunshine Station and Jon Whitlock Trio.
Soup with Flour Head Bakery Bread: This year’s contestants are: Olibea, Babalu, Sweet and Savory Truck, Sunspot and more…Come try delcious soup featuring local ingredients!
Cost: Pre-order discounted tickets on Brown Paper Tickets: $8 for soup AND admission (plus processing fees). Click here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2477917.
At the door: $8 admission, plus $5 for soup
Why: To benefit CAC Beardsley Community Farm and your community. To support sustainable urban agriculture and food justice in Knoxville.
Sponsors: Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria, Knoxville Mercury, Flour Head Bakery, Nathanna, WUOT, WUTK, and WDVX.
Mic Harrison And The High Score will perform for the premiere edition of WDVX’s 6 O’Clock Swerve with host Wayne Bledsoe at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, at Scruffy City Hall, 32 Market Square. Admission: $5. The show starts promptly at 6 p.m. and will be broadcast live at WDVX 89.9 FM, 102.9 FM in downtown Knoxville and 93.9 FM in Seymour and Seven Islands and simulcast at www.wdvx.com.
We’re very excited about this! Come out or tune in!
July is fast approaching and we’ve got a couple of great shows lined up.
You can always see all of our upcoming shows with additional info on our shows page