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Dogwood Arts Festival returns to World’s Fair Park April 22-24
April 12, 2022

Event to feature over 100 artists & musicians from across the country

Image by Jeaneane Payne

KNOXVILLE -- The Dogwood Arts Festival brings artists and art lovers from across the country to Downtown Knoxville for a 3-day spring celebration of art, culture, and natural beauty. The 2022 event will take place on the Performance Lawn at World’s Fair Park on April 22-24th. Artists representing 18 states will travel to Knoxville for the event. From local favorite Paris Woodhull to Seattle-based sculptor Andrew Carson, the Dogwood Arts Festival will feature a diverse array of artists –– with styles and price points for art lovers of all kinds. Ninety-one fine art vendors are participating this year; from mixed media, pottery, and painting, to photography, glass, jewelry, sculpture, and more!

For over sixty years the Dogwood Arts Festival has been one of the most celebrated cultural events in Knoxville. Each spring when the dogwoods bloom, visitors and locals alike come together to celebrate art, enjoy live music, and take in the natural beauty of East Tennessee. Since 1961, the Dogwood Arts Festival has hosted celebrities, media personalities, and fine artists including a performance by Elvis (1972), appearances by Bob Hope (1970), Willard Scott (1986), tennis pro Billie Jean King (1973), and Peyton Manning (1997); Mickey and Minnie Mouse even opened the Festival with a ribbon cutting in 1998.

○ World’s Fair Park (Performance Lawn): 963 World's Fair Park Drive, Knoxville, TN 37916

● Friday, April 22nd: 10AM-7PM [Live music continues until 8:30PM ft. Three Star Revival]
● Saturday, April 23rd: 10AM-7PM [Live music continues until 8:30PM ft. Alanna Royale]
● Sunday, April 24th: 10AM-5PM

The event will feature live music on two stages –– with concerts on Friday and Saturday continuing into the evening after the art vendors close for the day. Friday night headliner Three Star Revival and Saturday night headliner Alanna Royale will be joined by Hotel Fiction, Whitehall, Kelsi Walker & the Nervous Kids, Pet Envy, Mutual Groove, Brian Clay, Redd, Zack Miles, Grady Milligan, Melissa Hale, Shayla McDaniel, Haley Labelle, Hollie Sikes, Ben McGlaughlin, Marlee Hart, Brady Turner, the Knoxville Opera, School of Rock, Suzuki Violins, Volunteer Voices, and the Akima Singers.

A daily rotating lineup of mobile food vendors will be available, alongside a beverage area with beer selections provided by Cherokee Distributing Company and specialty cocktails from Sugarlands Distilling Company. The ORNL Federal Credit Union Kid’s Creation Station will feature art activities and entertainment for little ones all weekend long! A full list of participating artists can be found online (also listed below).

The Dogwood Arts Festival is sponsored by ORNL Federal Credit Union, Home Federal Bank, the Tennessee Arts Commission, Pilot, the Downtown Knoxville Alliance, Visit Knoxville, the City of Knoxville, Crowne Plaza, and Hamarki Wellness. Dogwood Arts, presented by ORNL Federal Credit Union, is a 501(c)3 organization with a mission to promote and celebrate our region’s art, culture, and natural beauty.

2022 Participating Fine Artists:
865 Candle Company
Adornments By MuyiFabu
Alain Bathelot
All About Glass Art
Amy Friend
Andrew Carson
Angelo Bond
Apothecary Architecture
Art's jewelry
Artistic Icing
Artist Larry Smith
Ascendant Jewelry Studio
Aviary Broom Co.
Becca Irvin Pottery
Betsy Hobkirk Studio
Big Mitten Linocuts
Bill Cook Jr
Bradshaw Studios
Brook Taylor Art
Bubo Handmade
Bug Pottery
Bungo Glass
Carol McCreary
CGW Pottery
Chad Eames WoodWorks
Clay Daddies
Clay Squared to Infinity
Copeland Photography
Curley Mill Studio
Debbie Alley LLC
Debbie's Birdhouses
Debi Dwyer Designs
Deborah Bryant Handwoven
Designs by Dawn
Diane Seeman Fine Art Painting
Don Meinders
Donald Pekarek
Dreck Metal
Egenolf Ceramics LLC
Element Tree Essentials
Faye May Creative Arts LLC
Fleck Studios
Fred Draper Photographer
GeoCubist Animal Art
GES Pottery
Green thumb pottery
Iliyana Skrobanska
James Barnes
Jayne Morgan
Jeffro’s World of Color
Jewelry by Kelli
Kala White Art
Kymberlea Easter Art
Lisa's Glass Studio
Maile Lani
Marisa Ray Art
Megan's Jewelry Box
Michael Robison Pottery
Michigan Made Metal
Miller Photography
Milton Whitson
New Village Artworks
Paris Woodhull Illustrations
Parsley Pottery
Photos and Frames
Picot Art Glass
PresentAbility LLC
River Impressions
Rustic Revival
S.K Photography
Sam Hitchman Ceramics
Sassy Centaur
Solder & Sage
Studio by Ski
Sweet Pea Toad
T.Geary Art Jewelry
The Alchemist's Garden
The Nature Of Metal
Tina Brunetti Art
Trace of Light
Windows to the Garden
Wolf Leathers

2022 Musicians:
Alanna Royale
Three Star Revival
Hotel Fiction
Kelsi Walker & the Nervous Kids
Pet Envy
Mutual Groove
Brian Clay
Zack Miles
Grady Milligan
Melissa Hale
Shayla McDaniel
Haley Labelle
Hollie Sike
Ben McGlaughlin
Marlee Hart
Brady Turner
Knoxville Opera
School of Rock
Suzuki Violins
Volunteer Voices
Akima Singers

Mobile Food Vendors:
Enjoy Latin Food
Captain Muchacho's
Batch It Cookie Co
Cruisin Cuisine
Big O's
Big Daddy D’s
Gelato Brothers

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