The Grove Theater

The Grove Theater in Oak Ridge holds a rich history of memories for many in the East Tennessee area. Constructed during the Manhattan Project & recently rennovated, the theater is home to numerous Arts & Sciences organizations. It is currently owned and operated by High Places Community Church.

The outpour Arrives January 26 at 5:00PM

The Outpour begins January 26th! Reserve tickets today!

The Outpour begins January 26th! Reserve tickets today!


What is the outpour...

Is #theoutpour a benefit concert? A variety show? A community gathering? A festival? A convention of creators? An inheritor’s summit? We prefer to think of it as all encompassing.

All too often, we humans get caught up in defining individual identities and, either purposefully or inadvertently, end up being overly exclusive — much to the loss of potential friends, supporters, and kindred spirits.

There is power in a movement of people. There is togetherness in a gathering of people. There is more principally shared humanity: that amazing and fundamental thing we share with our fellow humans.

So let’s rally. The United Way of Anderson County and the Historic Grove Theater are facilitating the kickoff for what is to come.

the official rollout series begins!

One day they’ll say: “It all started at The Grove..” “Were you there? Was it the countercultural reanimation?” Come and see the shows, view the art, listen to the knowledge, experience community, imagine a new world in VR, and engage in shaping a better tomorrow. Follow along and stay tuned as we unveil what this event is all about and showcase the incredible people and places who are making it happen