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!
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
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 will prepare an incredible four-course dinner from the country of choice. Diners vote on the country via Facebook and Twitter and the cuisine is a surpri
This Free music series is held downtown on Chattanooga’s riverfront. Enjoy food, drinks and great music every week. Free & fee-based boat parking available.
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
The Chattanooga Lookouts are a Double-A Affiliate team for the LA Dodgers. Individual game tickets are available for all home games. With individual game ticket prices ranging from just $3 - $9, Looko
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
Eve Apart is a musical-theatrical work (chamber opera) that explores figures of epic stature – Adam & Eve, Lilith, The Serpent of the Garden of Eden, and the mysterious Nameless Second Eve. Drawing fr
Enjoy an entertaining evening at the 4th Annual Serve & Protect event, a Food-Network styled cooking show, that Alton Brown created when he launched his sustainable seafood initiative from the Tenness
Exhibit runs Sept. 5-Dec. 5, 2014 and is located in the Vilma Fields Atrium.
Phyllis Stephens is an award-winning fifth generation quilt maker, considered by critics to be a Master of African-American Story Quilts. Simply stated her quilts are inspirational. She has quilted pr
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”
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
Anyone 18 & over, MUST provide a valid photo ID to enter the venue. No Exceptions. No one under 18 will be allowed entry to the venue. No Refunds or Exchanges.
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
Tonight’s opening reception celebrates the new Needle & Thread exhibit being held during the American Quilter's Society QuiltWeek. The exhibition includes artists working with materials and processes
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
Railfest is a two-day railroad celebration featuring live entertainment, train rides, demonstrations, exhibits, petting zoo, children’s activities, railroad displays not normally open for inspection a
First Free Sundays offer special programs, for kids, and much more.
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