Chattanooga events from music to festivals to attraction special events, you’ll find all the Chattanooga events you are looking for here on our special events calendar. For what happens everyday, like tours, tastings and daily fun, check out this list of ongoing events in Chattanooga. Click the date on the calendar of your intended visit (arrows change the month), set the range from one week to one year and then narrow the Chattanooga event you are looking for by selecting a category or see all the Chattanooga events by leaving it set to all. Enjoy!
Learn to make broadside prints with master printmaker Steve Miller. Steve will give a presentation of his work over the past 40 years, highlighting his collaborations with writers. Attendees will be a
The Chattanooga Rail Runners, a professional minor-league basketball team and a member of the Central Basketball Association (CBA) since 2014, strive to be champions on the court and in the community
Our nation’s Civil War ended 150 years ago and this is the perfect opportunity for you to travel back in time and learn what life was like in Chattanooga in 1865. Join local Civil War historian Jim Og
After a highly successful first year, the Hunter Museum Undergraduate Symposium returns this year to feature papers from regional universities on the topic of the Gothic Imaginary. This year’s symposi
NCAA Division I Southern Conference Softball
Relax and enjoy the sounds of a 16-piece Big Band perform in The Coconut Room.
Enjoy an evening by listening to the great sounds of well-known artist, Jimmy Harris, as he performs in The Coconut Room. Dinner and cocktails served. Age 21 up.
Human Plus offers visitors a chance to explore and create a range of low- and high-tech tools that extend the abilities of the human body. Visitors can ride a mono-ski in a simulated ski race, control
Since 2006, this intimate experience allows visitors a rarely -seen view deep within Lookout Mountain. The tour starts in the main lobby where you’ll take an elevator ride 260-foot below the surface f
The River Market features live music, arts and crafts including photography, jewelry and hand-made apparel and a free yoga class at 10 am. Held Saturdays on the Tennessee Aquarium Plaza.
"Shiny, Bright Things” by Denice Bizot will grace the entry at In-town Gallery for the month of April. Her metal sculptures are proven crowd pleasers nationwide and are particularly popular in her na
This is a Japanese-American artist based out of LA whose works represent a combination of both traditional Japonisme art and more urban/street art. Admission: $9.95/Adults; $4.95/Children 3-17; Free/H
This is an exhibit designated to specifically showcase recent acquisitions to the Hunter's permanent collection and will be displayed in the gallery beside the Gajin Fujita exhibit. Admission: $9.95/A
The Chattanooga Lookouts are a Double-A A affiliate team for the Minnesota Twins. Individual game tickets are available for all home games. With individual game ticket prices ranging from just $3 - $9
Innovation starts with a concept but ultimately requires action to make change. Join Kelly Fitzgerald, Founder of Society of Work, as we look at an abstract painting from a period of great artistic in
Join us as we recognize Hamilton County women who, throughout their career achievements and community leadership, have had a significant impact on improving the lives of girls and women. Tickets cost
Rock City partners with Orange Grove for the 7th year of this naturally fun, outdoor event that helps Rock City continually grow “greener.” Learn how to use recycled materials to make a fun project th
Eric Roberson is an outstanding storyteller. His music is influenced by elements of music styles varying from Soul, Rhythm & Blues, House, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Rock and more, inhibiting him from being confi
Gather your girlfriends, put on your little black dress and enjoy wine, appetizers, live music, door prize give away, pampering and dancing. Limited tickets so purchase in advance. Tickets: $20 in adv
The Foundry, The Chattanoogan's upscale lounge, offers a delicious menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and light entrees. The Foundry has a full bar with top-of-the-line liquors, handcrafted cockta
The Lowcountry Boil features a soup station, fresh salad bar and a boil station that includes gulf peel and eat shrimp, whole cajun crayfish, Link 41 andouille sausage, corn on the cob and new potatoe
The National Cornbread Festival was an idea that came about from a group of local leaders and citizens concerned about the pride in their community and the long term future of South Pittsburg, TN. The
Today, we will explore time and space as living, pulsing things by discussing the links between art and movement. After a curator led gallery experience, we will be led in a guided practice by Toes yo
Join the Barn Nursery at Ruby Falls for our newest event. This is an amateur BBQ contest benefitting the families of Lana’s Love. We will be hosting up to 20 teams of amateur backyard cookers and smok
Join the movement to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. We invite you to be a part of the Aquarium’s team for River City Company’s Clean & Green cause. By donating a few hours of your time,
Enjoy brunch with a purpose as the Junior League of Chattanooga raises money for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank. Brunch ticket includes: an entrée and a drink from the Mimosa Bar or Bloody Mary Bar. W
This year’s event will feature fine art, culinary art, breathtaking floral designs, a youth exhibit, a digital gallery, fine wine compliments of Athens Distributing and exquisite cuisine by Impression
Spend a day with Thomas the Tank Engine. Along with the 25-minute round- trip train ride on Thomas, activities include musical singalongs, petting zoo, play area, crafts, photo opps with Sir Topham Ha
Special 2-day opening weekend is April 25 & 26 – both days, same time
Now in its 14th year, the Chattanooga Market is a weekly, open-air market that features live music, a major theme each wee
This evening where Jazz, Soul, Gospel and R&B all converges promises to be a stellar performance for all that attend. Jazz vocalist Gretchen Parlato, recently Grammy nominated for Best Jazz vocal albu
Registration begins at 8 am and run/walk starts at 9 am. Start line is on the greenway at Veteran’s Memorial Park under the flags; head down the Greenway 1.55 miles, turn around and come back. All pro