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!
Local chefs battle it out live! Patrons have the opportunity to see recipes made with fresh foods bought that day at Chattanooga Market (weekly on Sundays) in an entertaining environment. Held at Fir
Our Cast Iron Cook-Off is an annual event featuring our city’s most prominent chefs. It’s a chance to watch live as they create culinary delights for our panel of judges using fresh ingredients right
Jazz has been a cornerstone of American art and culture and we’ve been proud to be a partner with Jazzanooga since its 2011 inception. This year we are excited to expand our partnership beyond our Apr
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, March 22-Oct. 4, from 10 am-5 pm on the Tenne
While you’re shopping or eating lunch, enjoy this live, informal musical series each Thursday throughout the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera’s season. Quintets will present informal concerts with woodwi
Warehouse Row and Chattanooga Symphony and Opera (CSO) will treat shoppers and downtown business people to a series of live, informal musical performances during lunchtime one Thursday of each month t
Now in its 13th year, the Chattanooga Market is the largest of its kind in the region and features live music, a major theme each week, local food truck eateries, fresh produce/meat/cheese and food ar
The brand NEW for 2014 Wednesday Market will be smaller & more intimate with a laid-back feel and will feature live acoustic music, fresh produce, artisan foods and local food truck eateries. Held Wed
Executive Chef Adam Roe and his culinary team change the menu every week to create specialties from our local vendors, as well as feature our signature items like Southern FGT Benedict, Chef Carving S
Enjoy a wonderful three-course dining experience aboard a restored 1920s dining car. Excursion trains depart from Chattanooga's Grand Junction Station in the evening, traveling at a leisurely pace thr
Celebrate National Heritage Bourbon Month at the Meeting Place. Attendees will participate in a tasting of bourbons accompanied by hors d'oeuvres by Chef Rebecca Barron. Reservations required. Cost: $
Children and their caregivers will enjoy Play! Build! Climb!, the challenging and delightful exhibit.
Children can build a town with blocks, become architects as they explore shape, size and design
Quilting has been part of the American landscape for centuries, but each culture has taken the art form and made it their own. Color and textile and resourcefulness are very key to quilters in general
Linda Thomas, known for her etchings and paintings of nature with life-sized horses, whimsical hares and birds of many kinds, is highlighted in the September 5th show at In- Town Gallery. “Fowl Play”
To celebrate American Quilter's Society QuiltWeek, the Association for Visual Arts (AVA) will host Needle & Thread, an exhibition of artists working with materials and processes often present in quilt
For its 8th year, football fans can enjoy the big game on large, high-def TV’s following a morning tour of the beautiful Ruby Falls. Includes activities for the kids and more.
This is not just your typical quilt exhibit. Exhibit includes: W. African textiles with Hebrew, Shakeree (W. African musical instrument), handouts on science & math of UGRR, free fabric swatches, fami
The Southern Belle Riverboat welcomes all the quilters. Come and view beautiful quilts made by our local folks and displayed in our Gift Shop, at no charge. You can also enjoy a sightseeing, lunch or
Come visit and see some AMAZING handmade quilts crafted by the partners and family of Rock City. A visit to Rock City is sure to inspire you to create a new pattern. Located atop Lookout Mountain, jus
Ruby Falls invites you to visit and view a variety of quilts that will be on display in the lobby and surrounding areas at America’s tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public – Ruby
During Quilt Week, enjoy a special quilt exhibition in River Journey. Along the tour path, quilted pieces will demonstrate how nature has inspired local quilt artists from the Chattanooga Modern Quil
Gee’s Bend follows Sadie Pettway and her family as they turn to quilting to provide comfort and creative expression to their lives. What begins as a labor of love soon turns into a spiritual and artis
Choose from over 110 different species of native plants for your natural landscape. Experienced staff gardeners, Master Gardeners and horticulture volunteers will be on hand to help you make the selec
The USS LST 325 is the last fully operational WWII Landing Ship, Tank. LSTs were built to land directly onto enemy beaches and unload Sherman tanks, trucks, jeeps, troops, and supplies; which is why t
For three Saturdays in September, Center Park will have showings of classic movies for you and your family to enjoy. Dust off your favorite lawn chair and come join us at dusk. Beer, wine, and snacks
This is not your ordinary happy hour event. Enjoy refreshments, “Tuesday Teaser” discounts, drawings and door prizes. Stroll the nursery, pottery outlet, & boutique. Do something new, meet someplace n
No matter where you’re from or where you’ve been, everyone is special – so join in. Elmo, Grover, Abby Cadabby, and their Sesame Street friends welcome Chamki, Grover’s friend from India, to Sesame St
Blaze a trail into Oregon viticulture as we explore the unique and defining characteristics of this American wine-growing region. Join your host Michael Vasta as he shares special selections stretchin
Standing Room Only Show. Valid photo ID required. No one under 18 allowed. No Refunds or Exchanges.
Capture - A Community Filmmaking Project, is a unique weekend long event in which participants collectively create documentaries about Chattanooga over a 48-hour period. The registered participants wi
Chicago has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz; one show-stopping song after another; and the most astonishing dancing you've ever seen.
Lunchtime at Miller Plaza will become animated as local musicians perform each Friday in Waterhouse Pavilion. People can enjoy their lunch in the shaded pavilion while listening to some great, local s
Metered parking spots are transformed into a temporary public spaces filled with fun and interaction for all. Individuals, businesses and civic groups participate in this free event organized by River
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
Everyone is invited to come out for the free community event. Details about the family movie being shown are available on the website. Families are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and t
The towing industry will have a special ceremony to unveil the names of men and women who lost their lives while working a towing and recovery-related incident. The Wall of the Fallen Memorial stands
From the producers of the stage hit, The Screwtape Letters, comes this new highly anticipated theatrical adaptation. In this dantesque celestial journey from Hell to Paradise, Lewis draws some of the
Fun activities for the family: petting zoo, balloon artist, story time & puppets, bubble station, face painting, cake walk, carnival alley, fun races, treasure hunt (open to all ages) and more. Craft
Catch Chattanooga's national touring artist, Josh Gilbert and his full band. Opening will be special guests Dewveall Door. There is a $5 cover charge.
In late 2009, Count This Pennys’ Allen and Amanda Rigell cancelled their cable, wrote three songs, and played at an open mic at the Down Home in Johnson City. Within 3 years, they relocated to Madison