Art Car Weekend Is April 12-13

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Art Car artists from across the country are bringing their mobile masterpieces to Chattanooga for Art Car Weekend April 12-13.  The Art 120 event includes an Art Car-a-van Friday and parade and party on Saturday.

Free public events on Saturday, April 13, include:  

9 a.m.: Tailgate Party at West 14th and Market
Art cars will line up by the Chattanooga Choo-Choo for free family fun. See the art cars up close, meet the artists, and vote for a favorite school entry.

Noon: Parade from 200 W. Main to 60 E. Main

7-10 p.m.: Art Car Ball at Miller Plaza
Dance music provided by Ashley & the X's, food, and art cars at night. This event is free to attend, but a portion of the proceeds from Art 120 partner restaurants benefit their programs.


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