After revealing several acts in their 2018 lineup in January, Knoxville's Rhythm N' Blooms Festival announced its full lineup Tuesday morning.
The music festival added Deer Tick, Hayes Carll, DK the Drummer of Mutemath, Penny & Sparrow, Caroline Spence and others to the lineup, according to a tweet from the festival.
The music and arts festival, which is now in its ninth year, will go from April 6-8 and take place at different indoor and outdoor venues in downtown Knoxville's Old City.
It announced acts including Dr. Dog, The Mowgli’s and The Lonely Biscuits and local musicians including Knoxville singer-songwriter David Francisco and electro-rock duo Hudson K in January.
Tickets and passes
A variety of passes and tickets for the festival are available online at http://www.rhythmnbloomsfest.com/tickets/.
Three-day general admission Tier One and Two passes and VIP Tier One passes have sold out, according to the festival's website.
Tier Three general admission passes cost $70.70.
VIP Tier Two weekend passes cost $191.90. VIP packages feature perks including early entry, a welcome reception, access to artist receptions and premiere viewing areas, private bathroom facilities, VIP parking and a festival T-shirt and poster by Status Serigraph.
Children 6 and under will get in free. Attendees 7 and older will need a festival pass. Children above 2 years old will need a VIP pass to enter the VIP section, according to a press release.
Single-day passes will go on sale on March 1.
Full Rhythm N' Blooms 2018 lineup
Roots-Rock Paul Thorn’s Mission Temple Fireworks Revival ft. The McCrary Sisters
DK the Drummer of Mutemath
Penny & Sparrow
The Lonely Biscuits
Possessed by Paul James
The War & Treaty
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers
The Brother Brothers
Midnight Merry-Go-Round: One Hit Wonders Edition Hosted by Hudson K
The Trongone Band
The Young Fables
Thrift Store Cowboys
Early James and the Latest
Paul Lee Kupfer
Art Smashes Records
Nancy Ann Wilson
Anthony Da Costa