http://goexback.com how to get your ex backms April 20-22: Experience East Tennessee’s historical and present role in American Roots music with performances by a who’s who of locally and nationally-renowned musicians. Enjoy Amos Lee, Citizen Cope, The Black Lillies, Darrell Scott and many more at the 2012 Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival. This line-up spans from locally-revered and nationally-renowned artists during this “American Roots” weekend event. Day or weekend passes can be purchased online or at the event. Pass required - To purchase a festival pass or see the complete line-up, visit: http://rhythmnbloomsfest.com/ *There have also been hints of pianos being scattered around Knoxville throughout the weekend so keep your eyes out for appearing musicians! Chalk Walk April 21: Downtown sidewalks become the canvas for professional and student artists during this street painting festival. Bring your chalk, get your hands dirty, and have fun creating chalk art or just bring your eyes and be prepared to see unique creations by trained and novice artists alike. All ages and art levels are encouraged to participate in this event. Registration deadline is by April 1st. To register please visit: http://www.dogwoodarts.com/chalk-walk-app/ A Very Special Arts Festival April 24: An inspiring celebration where children with mental and physical challenges celebrate the arts. Dogwood Parade April 27: A celebration of art, nature, and community moves down Gay Street with bands, floats, giant helium balloons, and performing arts groups. Dogwood Mile & Party on the Square April 27: Walk, jog, or sprint through the streets of downtown Knoxville. After party, complete with live music and a Cornhole Tournament, to follow. Registration required. Bikes & Blooms April 28-29: Experience the Dogwood trails the lean, green way – on a bicycle by way of an organized or self-guided ride. Dogwood Art DeTour April 28-29: Local artists open their studios and take you behind the scenes of their creative processes. Diva Luncheon May 3: A celebratory luncheon featuring a wearable art fashion show and sale at Knoxville Marriott. Ticket required. Art Source May 4-25: The talents of Knox County Schools’ art instructors take the spotlight at this exhibition. U.T. Downtown Gallery – 106 South Gay Street For more information, including a complete Festival Calendar of Events and ticket information, visit www.dogwoodarts.com. Make sure to enjoy all our city has to offer this April during Knoxville’s Dogwood Arts Festival. Grab your shoes, bike or keys and take in the many views, events, and shows all here in the city for you.