Check out these live music events happening in Knoxville in 2021

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Live music is back in Knoxville!

From Thompson-Boling Arena to Jig and Reel, here's where and when you can find live music and concerts in Knoxville in 2021 and what shows are being announced for 2022.

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Chris Stapleton performs during the CMA Music Fest June 10, 2016 at Nissan Stadium.
Chris Stapleton performs during the CMA Music Fest June 10, 2016 at Nissan Stadium.

December

Dec. 9 — Midland, with Wyatt McCubbin (Tennessee Theatre)

Dec. 9 — EmiSunshine (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 9 — Jason Ellis (Ale Rae's Grill)

Dec. 10 — Fountain City Ramblers (The Corner Lounge)

Dec. 10 — Common Interest (Elst Brewing Company)

Dec. 10 — Big Ears Presents: Julian Lage Trio with Dave King and Jorge Roeder (St. John's Cathedral)

Dec. 10 — Josiah & The Greater Good (Ale Rae's Grill)

Dec. 10 — Big Dog (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 11 — Aurelio Voltaire (The Concourse)

Dec. 11 — All the Locals (Preservation Pub)

Dec. 11 — Bill Kincaid Duo (Ale Rae's Grill)

Dec. 11 — Red Daughtery Band (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 11 — Tony & Mary Negron (Last Days of Autumn Brewing)

Dec. 12 — Dave Barnes (Bijou Theatre)

Dec. 12 — The Jake Eddy Band (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 13 — Danielle Nicole (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 15 — Anderson East (Bijou Theatre)

Dec. 16 — Church Girls with MEOB and Travis Bigwood & The Lonesome Doves (Bijou Theatre)

Dec. 16 — DeeOhGee, with Temp Job (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 17 — Whitechapel, with Realm, Chamber, The Guild (The Mill & Mine)

Dec. 17 — Jason Boland & The Stragglers (Bijou Theatre)

Dec. 17 — Todd Sheaffer and Chris Thompson (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 19 — Darrin Bradbury (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 21 — Kelsi Walker (Pilot Light)

Dec. 21 — Josh Turner, with Mo Pitney (Knoxville Civic Auditorium)

Dec. 28 — Old Crow Medicine Band (Tennessee Theatre)

Dec. 30 — 90.3 WUTK presents New Year's Eve Eve: Evil Twin, with Mercy Lights, and Mic Harrison and The High Score (Barley's Taproom)

Dec. 30 — All Them Witches (The Mill & Mine)

This article originally appeared on Knoxville News Sentinel: Knoxville concerts: Check out these live music events in 2021

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