Good morning! It's the last day of April, so...instead of showers, maybe we'll just get flowers? I guess it depends on how well we all fertilized our gardens. Anyway, enjoy this last, sunny, warm April day and take a look at how you can spend it.
Guy Marshall, otherwise known as local folk-rocker Adam McNulty, will play for WDVX's Blue Plate Special at noon in the visitor center. As always, the show is free. Better get down there, fans!
The Blount County Public Library in Maryville will have crafts for kiddos to do starting at 4 p.m. Grades K-6 are welcome to participate. It's free to attend!
Beardsley Community Farm will have a summer planting class that's free to attend at 5 p.m. Gardeners, get there for some tips!
At 6 p.m., Carrie Jackson will lead a zumba class at Southside Baptist Church, followed by an abs class. It's $5 to attend.
The Knoxville Museum of Art will host Art on Tap, an evening of food, craft brewed beers (five breweries will be represented) and fine art. The event starts at 6:30, and tickets are $45. Buy them here. All proceeds go to KMA.
Christian alt-rockers Relient K will play at the Bijou Theatre at 7:30 with Hello Goodbye, William Becket, and Mike Main and the Branches. Tickets are $19.50. Buy them here.
Green Day's "American Idiot" Broadway show is coming to the Tennessee Theatre tonight and tomorrow at 7:30. Tickets are $37-$77. Buy them here.
Wrap up the night at the Well, where Knoxville's comedy group Einstein Simplified will perform at 8. There's no cover tonight! 21+ only.