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!!
Come dance the night away to the best hip-hop of the 80's, 90's and 2000's with DJ D-Whit, PPR Panda and DJ MCPRO, MC'd by Kay B Brown and Konstruct of Natural Habitz.
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A night of entertainment from J-Wonn, Nelson Curry, Grady Champion, Miss Lady Blues and Comedian Uncle Shine. Celebrity Emcee Shirley Jones of the Jones Girls. Hosted by Sam Terry of WNOO.
St. John's Meeting Place has an evolving variety of small plates and entrees encourage conversation and stimulate the senses. An open kitchen and warm glow create a vibrant and energetic ambiance.The
Nestled alongside the Tennessee River, Waterside Lounge offers a pleasant atmosphere with a contemporary, southern flare. A great place to mix and mingle, our Chattanooga bar is perfect for grabbing a
Our Wednesday Jazz in the Lounge series features some of the regions best jazz musicians in a relaxed setting, and there's no cover charge... one of Chattanooga's best entertainment values!
City Cafe's The Office is the best kept secret in Chattanooga. It comes alive each Wednesday night with blues music as attendees sway to the music and dance local blues band R.A and the Flames.
Join us for Pint Night on the Mezzanine at Whole Foods Chattanooga. The first Thursday of every month, we'll have Open Mic Night - hosted by Megan Saunders. The second & third Thursday of every mo
Join the Feed Co. Table and Tavern every Thursday night for "Bluegrass Thursdays" featuring some of the best local and regional bluegrass acts around.
The Mountain Opry takes place each Friday night in an atmospheric old community hall in Walden, Tennessee. Bluegrass and old-time acoustic bands take the stage at 8pm and play thirty minute sets. The
The Office at the City Cafe is Chattanooga's best kept secret. This little venue comes alive every Friday night with funk music from R.A. and the Flames.
Combining the comforts of unique farm fresh cuisine with a relaxed, yet lively atmosphere, FEED Co. Table and Tavern offers something for the entire family.Located on the Southside, the restaurant is
The Flying Squirrel emphasizes fresh ingredients in both its kitchen and bar programs, buying everything local that they can. From small plates, to main courses, to late night bar fare, they've got yo
This two hour cruise includes dinner, pilot house tours and live music from Bill McCallie and InCahoots! Our one time through buffet style dinner will consist of pulled pork & smoked chicken BBQ s
Mike McDade hosts an open-mic night every Tuesday at Tremont Tavern. Grab a world-famous burget, sit back, and enjoy the show!
Join Instant Replay for an evening of live music, complete with a delicious menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and light entrees. Enjoy a drink from a full bar with top-of-the-line liquors, handcr
Join the CSO and the CSO Youth Orchestras for a unique side by side concert.The concert opens with the Youth Orchestras Philharmonic and Symphony Orchestras performing works, plus the CSO accomp
Listen to TobyMac and special guests: Matt Maher, Mandisa, Mac Powell of Third Day, Capital Kings, Ryan Stevenson & Hollyn.
American composer James Stephenson wrote his violin concerto for violinist Jennifer Frautschi (past CSO guest artist) as a commission for the Minnesota Orchestra, titled Tributes, in appre
Erlanger's Chattanooga Marathon presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is going to be a weekend-long party for runners and fans alike.
Friday night, head to the First Tennessee Pavilion for Mi
Although the idea of getting abducted by something from out of this world doesn't sound too appealing to most -- but getting abducted by Atlanta's own metalcore masters, Attila, actually sounds like i