Downtown Kingsport has much to offer, from restaurants and antique shops, theatre, and sweet treats, the downtown area is for everyone to explore. Come on down and see it for yourself!

Welcome to Downtown Kingsport

Downtown Kingsport Association is a private, non-profit membership organization dedicated to the revitalization of Downtown Kingsport. Our purpose is to promote Downtown Kingsport as the heart of our community, strengthen its economic viability by encouraging growth and diversity among businesses, and restore its unique historical characteristics and beauty.

Main Street, Tennessee

Downtown Kingsport was recently featured in an article, “Main Street, Tennessee” published by Ideal Living.  The article focuses on Tennessee communities working to keep their historic downtowns alive and vibrant.

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News & Events

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Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble at Emory & Henry @ 30461 Garnand Dr
Mar 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

The Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble will perform at the Emory & Henry Chapel at Emory & Henry College in Emory, VA. For tickets and information call (276) 944-6846

Easter Egg Rolling at Allandale @ Allandale Mansion
Apr 1 @ 5:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join Kingsport Parks and Recreation for a fun filled Easter event at Kingsport’s very own White House! There will be egg rolling on the lawn, Egg coloring contest, Bonnet contest, story telling and much more. prizes will be given throughout the day.

Negative Painting Watermedia Workshop: Kingsport Art Guild NOTE: April 11th class is full, spaces available on April 18th
Apr 11 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Barbara-Jernigan-Harriets-Dawning608NOTE: April 11th class is full, spaces available on April 18th

A one day watermedia workshop that will help experienced beginners to advanced participants in working on their skill of training their eye and brain to see a shape and paint it by not painting the background that creates the shape. $50 fee mailed to Barbara Jernigan, P.O. Box 4312, Johnson City, TN 37602. Supply list available. Information: bbjernigan@gmail.com or 423-483-3041.

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Barbara Jernigan April workshop