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Gatlinburg TN - Holiday Homecoming Concert with Bill Mize

Holiday Concert at Arrowmont with Bill Mize

Holiday Homecoming Concert

Plan to attend Arrowmont's annual Holiday Homecoming Concert.Bring your family and friends for a Holiday Concert at Arrowmont. Guitarist Bill Mize returns for his 27th year with special guests Beth Bramhall on accordion and singer-songwriter Dennis Johnson.

Featuring Bill Mize
Raised in East Tennessee and internationally recognized,BillMizeis a Winfield National Fingerstyle Guitar Champion. His music appears on the Grammy-winning CD "Stellaluna" and Emmy-winning productions such as PBS "National Parks"and the upcoming 2019 documentary"Country Music"by Ken Burns.

"An amazing touch, killer tone and a sense of taste that can't be beat."
-Vintage Guitar Magazine

6:00 pm - Reception in the Sandra Blain Gallery
7:00 pm - Concert begins in the Auditorium
Tickets: $15 and will be available at the door

Tickets are $15.00 and will be available at the door

December 08, 2018

Cost: $15.00



Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts
556 Parkway
Gatlinburg , TN 37738

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