If the announcement that Reba McEntire is headlining the Foothills Fall Festival was a golden moment for you, your chance to get up close at her concert comes Saturday.
Reserved seating for the Foothills Fall Festival and general admission discount tickets go on sale Saturday, July 30, at 10 a.m. Reserved seating is divided into gold, silver and bronze seats, with gold available only by the specific day, and silver and bronze available for three-day seating.
Concerts are at the Theater in the Bicentennial Greenbelt Park. The three-day festival runs from Oct. 7-9.
Reserved seating is available only through Tickets Unlimited outlets. Contact 865-656-444 or toll free at 877-995-9961 or online at www.knoxvilletickets.com for more information. Service charges will be added.
Prices are as follows:
• Friday Gold seating is $50 (First 15 rows).
• Saturday Gold seating is $100 (First 15 rows).
• Sunday Gold seating is $50 (First 15 rows).
• Three-day Silver seating is $185 (Center and Left in front of Stage Rows 16-32).
• Three-day Bronze seating is $100 (Left - Rows 33-45).
• General admission seating, while supplies last, is $50 from July 30-Aug. 26, and $60 from Aug. 27-Oct. 6. General admission seating at the gate is $65. General admission early bird price is $50 for all three days.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 1, seating can be purchased in person at Maryville Municipal Center, at Blount County branches of First Tennessee and at GreenBank. No service charges are added.
Children 10 and younger are admitted free. Admission is free to the ArtWay Showcase and Adventure Land.
For more information, visit www.foothillsfallfestival.com or call 865-273-3445.
Country singer Sara Evans will kick off the festival as the headline act on Friday, Oct. 7.
On Saturday night, Oct. 8, Reba McEntire will take the stage. The Band Perry from Greeneville and Steel Magnolia will open for Reba.
Legendary rock band Chicago will wrap up the festival on Sunday night, Oct. 9. Craig Campbell and Elenowen also will perform.
Additional bands set to perform include The Atomic Horns, The Deep End Band, The Dirty Gunz, The Jaystorm Project, Southbound Band, The Drunk Uncles, Oh No Fiasco, Jonathan Sexton and the Big Love Choir.