The 19th Annual Southern Brewers Festival returns to the Chattanooga Riverfront this Saturday, with one of the best music line-ups in the history of the event. Gates open at 2 p.m. and activities will continue into the night, with over 40 craft breweries and over 100 different draft beers available.
Musical guests include Galactic, with special guest Corey Glover, North Mississippi All-Stars, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, and Yarn.
All proceeds go to Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block and the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.
Here is the 411 on the festival – Kids under 12 are free. No pets are allowed. Lawn chairs and blankets are ok, but no coolers. Bring an ID if you plan on drinking beer. Food and soft drinks are available in the festival. Have fun.
Last year, over $173,000 was raised for charities right here in Chattanooga.
For tickets to the event, just go to http://midwestix.securemytix.com/event/SouthernBrewersFest.
Riverfront Nights Free Concert Series will resume next Saturday night with Ana Popovik and Rick Rushing & The Blues Strangers.
Nightfall continues Friday night with Leagues and Moonlight Bride at 7 p.m. in Miller Plaza.
For local music info, try www.chattanoogaentertainers.com or www.chattanooganightscope.com. They both have great local music info and schedules. For local info on Country music, try Jim Boles’ site www.chattacountry.ning.com.
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