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Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival announces daily artist lineup, single-day ticket sales

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From the good folks over at Rhythm ‘N Blooms Fest:

Rhythm N Blooms Music Festival is pleased to announce the daily lineup of artists for its ninth annual music festival. The festival, which takes place in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, on April 6-8, 2018, features a wide variety of national and regional acts ranging from Americana, country, alternative, roots and blues. On Friday, more than a dozen artists including Deer TickThe Mowgli’sCaroline Spence, and The Lonely Biscuits will perform across the festival’s seven stages. On Saturday, headliner Dr. Dog will be joined by Hayes CarllDK the DrummerPenny & Sparrow, and more. Paul Thorn’s Mission Temple Fireworks Revival featuring The McCrary Sisters will close out the festival on Sunday.

Single day tickets are on sale now through rhythmnbloomsfest.com, and a confirmed listing of the full lineup is below.

RHYTHM N’ BLOOMS MUSIC FESTIVAL

FRIDAY, April 6th, 2018
Deer Tick, The Mowgli’s, Caroline Spence, The Lonely Biscuits, Max Gomez, Glass Magnet, David Francisco, Sweet Years, Justin Fedor & Frank Bronson, The Trongone Band, The Young Fables, Paul Lee Kupfer, Daniel Donato, Art Smashes Records, Nancy Ann Wilson, Appalachian Hippie Poet

SATURDAY, April 7th, 2018
Dr. Dog, Hayes Carll, DK the Drummer, Penny & Sparrow, Caroline Spence, Lilly Hiatt, Possessed by Paul James, The War & Treaty, The Accidentals, Dori Freeman, The Broadcast, The Brother Brothers, LUTHI,Midnight Merry-Go-Round: One Hit Wonders Edition hosted by Hudson K, Ancient Cities, Blond Bones, David Francisco, Thrift Store Cowboys, Early James & The Latest, Brother Sundance, Beth Snapp, Southern Cities, Daniel Donato, Carly Burruss, Art Smashes Records, Nancy Ann Wilson, Anthony da Costa, Cassi Raye, Appalachian Hippie Poet

SUNDAY, April 8th, 2018
Paul Thorn’s Mission Temple Fireworks Revival featuring The McCrary Sisters, The War & Treaty, Becca, Mancari, Andy Wood, Sucre, Okey Dokey, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, Glass Magnet, The Broadcast, The Brother Brothers, Sarah Potenza, David Francisco, The Young Fables, Early James & The Latest, Brother Sundance, Daniel Donato, Art Smashes Records, Nancy Ann Wilson, Anthony da Costa, Natchez Tracers, Appalachian Hippie Poet.

Tier One Single Day General Admission tickets can be purchased for $35 while supplies last. Once Tier One Single Day tickets are sold out, Tier Two tickets can be purchased for $45. Tier Three General Admission three-day weekend passes are also available for $70 online but going fast. Tiers One and Two are now sold out for three-day General Admission. A very limited number of VIP tickets remain for $190. VIP ticket packages include early entry and welcome reception, access to artist reception, access to premier viewing areas (main stage), private bathroom facilities (main stage), VIP Parking, Rhythm N’ Blooms T-Shirt, and a commemorative Rhythm N’ Blooms poster by Status Serigraph. Children ages six and under will be admitted free of charge. All children seven and over will require a festival pass. Children above the age of two will require a VIP pass to enter the VIP section. Single day passes will go on sale on March 1st at 10 am ET.

To purchase passes, or to get more information about the full Rhythm N’ Blooms festival experience, visit:rhythmnbloomsfest.com

WHAT: Rhythm N’ Blooms Music Festival
WHENFriday, April 6 – Sunday April 8th, 2018
WHERE227 E Jackson Ave. Knoxville, Tennessee
TICKETS: $70 3-DAY GA / $190 VIP PASS / $35 SINGLE DAY GA
TICKETS AVAILABLE AThttp://www.rhythmnbloomsfest.com/tickets/
FESTIVAL WEBSITEhttp://www.rhythmnbloomsfest.com/

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