Engage | Event

Alive After Five presents Sara VonZine

March 24, 2023 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Enjoy the casual elegance of the Knoxville Museum of Art for this vivacious Friday night tradition. Once a month, the KMA is transformed, as the world-class art museum becomes a center of entertainment, a melding of art, music, and nightlife. AA5 showcases incredible, diverse musical talent from all over the Southeastern United States. Kick off your weekend with musicians and entertainers as they take the stage with a backdrop of awe-inspiring art from East Tennessee and beyond. Adding to the flavor of the Alive After Five experience, each concert has food available from various food vendors, plus cash bars!

Alive After Five welcomes Sara VonZine to our stage! Sara is a proud Cali girl with a southern peach heart—and is a regional and national sensation because of her vocal talents. Not only did she win the award for Best Female Vocalist from the Gospel Music Workshop of America at the tender age of eight, but she also became a regular singing the national anthem for the NBA’s Sacramento Kings into her early teens before signing to Tommy Boy Records in 1998. With an urban jazz touch to her gospel influence, her debut album, “Anointed Praise” was released in 1999 before the age of 18. Sara has rated on the gospel Billboard charts and has been featured in magazines such as Ebony, Vibe, and Gospel Today. Join us on March 24th  and enjoy the WONDERFUL sounds of Sara VonZine.



Members: $20
Non-Members: $25

Members with AA5 pass: FREE
Kids under 12: FREE

Doors open at 5:30pm. Music begins at 6:30pm. Cash bar.

Street level galleries remain open until 8pm and attendees can view the beautiful exhibitions on display.
The KMA Gift Shop is open to guests until 6pm and offers a variety of exciting and unique gifts for everyone.

Sponsored by Cherokee Distributing Company.

Ticket sales are final and non-refundable. Masks are welcome but not required.

This project is supported, in whole or in part, by the federal award number SLFRP5534 awarded to the State of Tennessee by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.