Don Sharp, operations director for Friends of the Festival, has some bad news and some good news: Although the Market Street Bridge reopened last August, the sparkling waterfall cascade from the edge of the bridge onto the Tennessee River won’t be returning tonight in tonight’s fireworks finale.
For Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings, the journey has been a long one.
The lightning licks of Austin, Texas-based newgrass trio The Greencards will flow from the Tennessee Valley Credit Union Stage tonight.
While many people dress down for Riverbend, there are those who view the nine-day series of outdoor concerts as an occasion to dress in style.
Little Big Town, the country quartet known for tight harmonies, opens for Rodney Atkins tonight at Riverbend.
Riverbend’s Coca-Cola barge is an unusual stage, but it’s not the weirdest place Rodney Atkins has ever performed.
American Indian dancers are famous for their elaborately feathered costumes, graceful dance moves and rhythmic music.
Brent Thompson and his Wandering Circus do like to wander.
ZZ Top brings its brand of blues to Riverbend’s Coca- Cola Stage tonight, and organizers expect the trio of rockers to draw one of the largest crowds in recent history to Ross’s Landing.
Two years ago, Josh Turner was a rising star playing for a couple thousand fans in the Jukebox Junction at Lake Winnepesaukah. Tonight, Mr. Turner — whose career is as hot as his hit “Firecracker” — headlines the Coca-Cola Stage in front of tens of thousands of people at the Riverbend Festival.