Country, Rockabilly, Swing Acts Next Up at Music Feeds

Shows to take place at the Tennessee Amphitheater benefitting Second Harvest Food Bank

Join Commercial BankDelta DentalKrogerMiller Lite, Sea Ray, Sugarlands Distilling Co. and Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee for the next three shows of Music Feeds. Music Feeds is a concert series benefitting the food bank.

The next three shows benefitting Second Harvest will include the following acts:

  • Saturday, July 21Ben Haggard
  • Thursday, Aug. 9Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters
  • Saturday, Aug. 11Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Local bands will open each of the shows. Gone Country will open Ben Haggard’s show, The Chillbillies will open Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters’ show, and The Yuns will open for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Second Harvest Executive Director, Elaine Streno said, “We are so thrilled to bring this exciting concert series to downtown Knoxville. Our sincere hope is to bring life and music back to the Tennessee Amphitheater, so that the people of Knoxville can enjoy an evening with friends, all while helping to fight hunger in the 18 counties we serve.”

Come enjoy dinner and drinks before each show! Food trucks/vendors and beverages will be on-site at the Tennessee Amphitheater starting at 5:30 p.m. All shows will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Individual show tickets range from $20-$75 per show.  Tickets can be purchased online:

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone by calling 865-656-4444.

Second Harvest encourages Music Feeds attendees to stay the night at The Tennessean or Holiday Inn after the shows. With a stay at either hotel, you can walk to and from the concert, and proceeds from each room will benefit the food bank. Rooms can be booked at The Tennessean by calling 865-232-1800 or by visiting Rooms can be booked at the Holiday Inn by calling 800-264-1579 and mentioning block code “MFC.”

For more information about the artists, please visit https://www.benhaggardmusic.com and

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