Dine with us at Wilder and stay to enjoy live music by talented local artists.

See the schedule below for upcoming live music performances included with your dining reservation at Wilder.

Dining at Wilder

Dine with us at Wilder and enjoy live performances by the artists below.

Dinner at Wilder – Dinner at Wilder is a four-course dining experience that includes all food and non-alcoholic beverages. $85/person

Bistro Menu – Join us at the bar for drinks and snacks from our Bistro menu. Reservation recommended. 

Taxes and 20% service fee not included. Learn more about dining at Wilder.


April 26

The Montvales

From their early days in their hometown of Knoxville, folk-country duo The Montvales have fine-tuned the art of meeting listeners exactly where they are. Learn more about The Montvales.

May 24

Jay Clark

Although Jay Clark went to college for 11.5 years and has a PhD in wildlife ecology, he somehow struck a balance between careers in music & science. Jay’s roots in the church played a huge roll in his upbringing. It was in the church where Jay learned to sing & in the mountains where he felt closest to God. Jay wrote his first song in 1990. He didn’t know how to play guitar, so he taught himself to play in order to put music to his first song. That song was the first of many. Learn more about Jay.

June 7

Amanda Fields and Megan McCormick

Amanda Fields and Megan McCormick have both been mainstays in the East Nashville music scene for years. McCormick is best known for her inventive guitar work and playing with people like Jenny Lewis, Connor Oberst, and Michelle Branch; Fields for her sweet singing and Appalachian-tinged songwriting. The two met at local record store, Grimey’s New & Preloved Music, in 2019 and have written, recorded and performed together since.

June 28

Zoë Nutt

Zoë is a singer-songwriter from East Tennessee. Nutt has dealt with progressive sensorineural hearing loss throughout her life but has not let that stop her from making music. Although hearing loss is a prominent part of her life, she does not let that define her music. Nutt’s work finds itself meshed between Americana, Blues, Alternative and Country. Learn more about Zoë.

July 26

Nicholas Edward Williams

Nicholas is a multi-instrumentalist and storyteller who is dedicated to “playing it forward” by preserving the songs and styles that have shaped our country: ragtime, Piedmont blues, traditional folk, old time and early country. Williams has spent the last 15 years touring around the US, the UK, Western Europe and Australia, blending the roots music spectrum in his own style. Learn More about Nicholas.

August 23

Dave Eggar

Over the past two and a half decades, Dave Eggar’s earned rock star status in pop music world as first-call cellist and string arranger for superstars like Coldplay, Evanescence, John Legend, Lewis Capaldi and Bebe Rexha and Foreigner. Yet for the multi-talented veteran musician, the piano has always been the ultimate place of solace since his childhood days as a classical prodigy.

September 27

Travis Bigwood and The Lonesome Doves

Travis Bigwood and The Lonesome Doves are an Americana Folk band from Knoxville, TN. Their songs focus on storytelling. “I started writing songs because I wanted to tell a story. I wanted to share the anthology of my experiences growing up in East Tennessee and feel that connection that only music can bring. I try to capture the sound of the hardships and all the goodness that echoes through these mountains.”