REAL LIVE MUSIC AT WDVX : APRIL 2018 : PLAYLIST

We have plenty of Real Live Music headed your way this month, and just in case you miss it on the airwaves, we made this Spotify playlist to keep you in the know. All of these artists are playing a WDVX event in April, whether it’s the Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Shines, Six O’Clock Swerve, First Friday Live, or other special event.

Check out our event calendar here for more information on upcoming shows.

Follow WDVX on Spotify here.

Happy listenin’!

WDVX’s Listener’s Appreciation Day 4/5/2018 Featuring Guy Marshall

It’s time once again to celebrate YOU, our listeners! WDVX is a listener supported radio station, and because of your support we are able to keep the good music going 24/7.

Join us for Listener Appreciation Day at Barley’s Knoxville on Thursday April 5th 4-7pm for pizza, door prizes and live music on the WDVX Six O’Clock Swerve, featuring East Tennessee’s Own Guy Marshall!

 

Big Ears presents : Music for 2 Radios broadcast on WDVX & WUTK 3/24/18

Program Update : Big Ears Festival Events are headed your way on WDVX March 22-24, 2018!


Big Ears Festival is coming up next weekend, which means all sorts of unique things will be happening in downtown Knoxville! WDVX will be participating in the festivities, and we want to give you a heads up on what to expect on the air on Saturday, March 24th between 2-3pm ET.

Ben Shemie (SUUNS) will be exploring local airwaves through his radiophonic piece Music for 2 Radios as a part of the Big Ears Festival. In collaboration with our friends at WUTK 90.3FM, WDVX will bring Shemie’s radio wave soundscape from our transmitters to your ears. Both WDVX & WUTK will simultaneously broadcast this piece and audiences are invited to tune in to each radio station at the same time to hear the full performance.

The performance requires two FM radios: one tuned to 90.3FM and one tuned to 89.9FM. Stop into the WDVX Studios at the Visit Knoxville Visitors Center to join the listening party. We encourage guests to bring their own battery-operated FM radios. This is a uniquely Knoxville experience, broadcasted by locally owned radio stations for the people in Knoxville — never to be rebroadcasted or released in the future. 

Stay tuned to WDVX for more information, and live broadcasts from Big Ears Festival!

WDVX Camperfest 2018 : More information!

WDVX Camperfest 2018

 WDVX is excited to announce the first round of artists playing Camperfest, May 4-6, 2018! Stay tuned for more information (including headliner announcement!) in the coming weeks

Amanda Anne Platt and the Honeycutters 

The Royal Hounds

Cutthroat Shamrock

Blue Mother Tupelo

Trisha Gene Brady

Mic Harrison & The High Score

Alex Leach

Blue Moon Rising

Count This Penny

Tennessee Sheiks


Get set to enjoy some of your favorite artists at one of the region’s best festival sites. There’s plenty of camping and a covered seating area at Dumplin Valley Farm in Sevier County near the Smokies Baseball stadium.

Children 12 & under are free with a paid adult admission.

 ** Interested in volunteering for Camperfest?? Contact Liz Lyons at volunteers@wdvx.com for more information! **

CAMPING INFORMATION:

ON SITE CAMPING RESERVATIONS ARE BEING MADE THROUGH DUMPLIN VALLEY FARM. FOR INFORMATION ON RV/TENT CAMPING, GO TO THEIR WEBPAGE, CALL (865) 397-7942, OR EMAIL AT DUMPLINGRASS@COMCAST.NET(CAMPERS MUST HAVE PURCHASED CAMPERFEST TICKETS FOR FESTIVAL ADMISSION.)  

 


Not into Camping? There are several hotels nearby at Exit 407, and many more closer to Pigeon Forge. Click the links below to see hotel options and check prices.

          

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS:

Dumplin Valley Road

525 East Dumplin Valley Rd.

Kodak, TN 37764

*DO NOT USE GPS to Dumplin Valley. Located just off I-40 Exit 407 on the North side of the interstate.  East Dumplin Valley is the first road on the right past the interstate (it runs in front of McDonald’s & Cracker Barrel – if you pass the Smokies Stadium you went too far).  Travel 1 1/2 miles east on E. Dumplin Valley Farm on the left.  DO NOT USE GPS to Dumplin Valley.  If you are traveling west on I-40, your GPS might route you onto the wrong exit.   Exit 407 is approximately 22 miles east of downtown Knoxville.

CAMPERFEST LINEUP ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON!

Camperfest 2018

Get set to enjoy some of your favorite artists at one of the region’s best festival sites. There’s plenty of camping and a covered seating area at Dumplin Valley Farm in Sevier County near the Smokies Baseball stadium.

Children 12 & under are free with a paid adult admission.

 ** Interested in volunteering for Camperfest?? Contact Liz Lyons at volunteers@wdvx.com for more information! **

CAMPING INFORMATION:

ON SITE CAMPING RESERVATIONS ARE BEING MADE THROUGH DUMPLIN VALLEY FARM. FOR INFORMATION ON RV/TENT CAMPING, GO TO THEIR WEBPAGE, CALL (865) 397-7942, OR EMAIL AT DUMPLINGRASS@COMCAST.NET(CAMPERS MUST HAVE PURCHASED CAMPERFEST TICKETS FOR FESTIVAL ADMISSION.)  

 


Not into Camping? There are several hotels nearby at Exit 407, and many more closer to Pigeon Forge. Click the links below to see hotel options and check prices.

          

LOCATION & DIRECTIONS:

Dumplin Valley Road

525 East Dumplin Valley Rd.

Kodak, TN 37764

*DO NOT USE GPS to Dumplin Valley. Located just off I-40 Exit 407 on the North side of the interstate.  East Dumplin Valley is the first road on the right past the interstate (it runs in front of McDonald’s & Cracker Barrel – if you pass the Smokies Stadium you went too far).  Travel 1 1/2 miles east on E. Dumplin Valley Farm on the left.  DO NOT USE GPS to Dumplin Valley.  If you are traveling west on I-40, your GPS might route you onto the wrong exit.   Exit 407 is approximately 22 miles east of downtown Knoxville.

REAL LIVE MUSIC AT WDVX : MARCH 2018 : PLAYLIST

We have plenty of Real Live Music headed your way this month, and just in case you miss it on the airwaves, we made this Spotify playlist to keep you in the know. All of these artists are playing a WDVX event in March, whether it’s the Blue Plate Special, Tennessee Shines, Six O’Clock Swerve, First Friday Live, or other special event.

Check out our event calendar here for more information on upcoming shows.

Follow WDVX on Spotify here.

Happy listenin’!

WDVX Spring 2018 Fund Drive March 2 – 10

 

Whether you decide to make a one-time donation or become a sustaining member for as little as $5/month, we appreciate your support and look forward to bringing you real live music for the next twenty years!

Check out all of our thank you gifts here!

Click here if you’d like to make a monthly donation!

          

     

      

WDVX Spring 2018 Fund Drive Board Challenge

 

To support WDVX during our 2018 Spring Fund Drive our board members are hosting a friendly competition to see who can raise the most money. At the end of the fund drive, March 10th, we’ll tally up the final results! These donations will still be tax deductible & made in your name. Click on a link below to support our board in their fundraising efforts!

 

 

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