Tennessee Amphitheater

Prints available. Located in downtown Knoxville, the Tennessee Amphitheater was constructed in 1982 for the World’s Fair, along with the Knoxville Sunsphere.

Song for Today

Tennessee Jed, by Grateful Dead (1972) – see lyrics here.


10 responses to “Tennessee Amphitheater”

  1. Love this, I have a friend in Knoxville, she never mentioned the Ampitheater! That’s quite impressive! I hope you’re having a great day. 🤗

    1. Good morning, lovely Holly. It’s always nice to see you, and my day just got better ~ thanks! 🌺 A friend in Knoxville…well, now you have two. 🎶☕️☕️ And to you, as well, dear friend, warm wishes for a great day! 🤗

      1. To you too Phil. Thank you for the great photos! I haven’t been to Knoxville. The closest I’ve come is the Cherokee National Forest while riding my motorcycle through the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was very tempting to go through there. Have a wonderful day dear Phil.

        1. Ah, now you’ve driven your motorcycle into my imagination…it’s a beautiful picture of you piercing the warm summer air, winding around curves on the Blue Ridge Mountains as the sun rises to greet your path. I’m following right behind you, keeping pace and hoping you’ll pullover at the next scenic overlook…TY dear Holly 😘

          Blur Ridge Mountains

          1. It’s a gorgeous place up in the clouds. See you there looking down on the sunlit meadows. TY Phil 😘

  2. Great series! Have a great weekend dear Phil!

    1. Thanks very much, dear Inge! I appreciate your kind words, and also wish for you a great weekend my friend! 🌹🌹🤗🙏🙏

  3. Love this Phil.. just the right size for amazing concerts. Sounds fun around now! 💞

    1. Yes, a concert would be nice, and I would certainly enjoy your lovely company, my dear Cindy. 💞 TY

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