Live from the Bijou with Three Star Revival

803 South Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902
803 South Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902
  • Date(s): March 27, 2021 to March 27, 2021
  • Event Times: Doors open at 7:30 PM. Show at 8:00 PM.
  • Location: Bijou Theatre

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'Live from the Bijou', a reduced capacity, in-venue experience and live streaming concert series, returns to our historic stage every week in the month of March! Safety measures have been put in place to ensure fans' well-being while inside the venue. View a full list of these procedures and precautions on our Health & Safety Update page. Few tickets will be made available to attend the live events in person, creating an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Bijou Theatre. 

For those not able to join us in person, we're happy to bring the show to you! The Bijou Thetare has partnered with veeps to stream each performance live for a minimum donation of $10 plus applicable fees. This donation will allow you to tune in live and also view a replay of the show for over 48 hours. Proceeds from 'Live at the Bijou' will support the artist and help sustain the venue as we prepare to return from one of the most challenging years in our 100+ year history.

Streaming tickets are available NOW and Live Bijou Experience tickets are on sale Friday, February 19 at 10:00am ET!

We appreciate your support and cannot wait to bring you live music once again! View the current schedule and full details, including tickets for both in person and online options here.

Three Star Revival is always sure to bring a good time when you come out and groove with them. Meaningful lyrics, catchy melodies, and extended improvisational sections take the listener across a plethora of genres including soul/r&b/jazz/funk to tie it all together with a high energy rock show that will always keep you movin’. Although the group was founded in Knoxville by frontman Ben Gaines and guitarist Cameron Moore, its members now call multiple cities home;Gaines, Tyler Reddick, and Jared White all call Chattanooga, TN home, Moore still holds down the fort in Knoxville, and Gregory Walton made the move to music city in Nashville from his hometown of Shreveport, LA. 2021 will see new music all year from the group with the first full length album slated to drop this Summer. Although the pandemic has slowed down the band’s hectic touring schedule, the group will be back with dates all over the country and with festivals like 420 Fest. The group is just starting to spread the sounds of Tennessee across the country, and is not looking to slow down any time soon.

Live from the Bijou with Three Star Revival