Visit Knoxville is proud to announce that local brewery Saw Works Brewing Company with be holding Band Saw 2015, a music and beer festival. They will be celebrating the brewery’s 5th anniversary while simultaneously raising money for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. The event will be held in front of Saw Works on 708 E. Depot Avenue on August 15th from 2:00pm – 10:00pm. Various bands will be playing throughout the evening, and food trucks will be catering.
“Supporting local partners is always at the top of our list,” says Visit Knoxville president Kim Bumpas. “It’s wonderful to see them give back to the community by raising money for our veterans in such a fun way.”
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing is an organization dedicated to physically and emotionally rehabilitating veterans through fly fishing. It has grown to include 178 chapters in all 50 states since 2005 and has allowed over 6,300 disabled active military members and veterans to receive therapy through fishing.
Various tickets for Band Saw 2015 are offered for those 21 and up, including a VIP option and a discount for designated drivers. Plenty of food and beer, including a drink brewed specially for the occasion, will be available during the event. Check out your ticket options, here.