This Summer At The Hunter Museum: All-American Summer Concert Series Lineup

And Club Hunter For Riverbend

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

The Hunter Museum has announced it will provide a variety of music-filled evenings throughout the summer for the entire family.  

The All-American Summer concert series at the Hunter Museum of American Art will be held on Thursday nights with music by local and regional artists, a cash bar and gelato provided by Milk and Honey. The event extends to the July and August free First Sundays with music and family-friendly activities. 

The All-American concerts are included with regular admission unless otherwise noted. Evening events also feature a cash bar. Hunter Museum members receive free admission to the entire concert series.  All-American Summer is sponsored by Brewer Media Group, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, and Tennessee American Water.

Here is the lineup and reviews for each artist:


Free First Sunday, June 1, 1 p.m.

With a sweet yet sultry voice and lyrics that speak to the heart, Joy rides out the fun and sassy side of country music. Free First Sundays are sponsored by Easy Auto.


Thursday, June 19, 6 p.m.

Celebrate the Tennessee Bluegrass tradition with sisters Eleanor and Rebekah Angel – Nightfall favorites who are gaining fans throughout the Southeast.


Thursday, June 26, 6 p.m.

Rocking the house with fun, laughter, electronica and an alternative good time.


Free First Sunday , July 6, 1 p.m.

Enjoy a performance by one of Chattanooga’s favorite singer/songwriters. Free First Sundays are sponsored by Easy Auto. 


Thursday, July 10, 6 p.m.

The Blues tradition meets the 21st century with this rising star of Chattanooga stage and sound, join us for a soulful update to Southern tradition.


Thursday, July 17, 6 p.m.

Rock n’ Roll will fill the terrace with the original energetic guitar riffs of this Chattanooga-grown band.


Thursday ,  July 24, 6 p.m.

Join sensation SoCRO as he joins local DJs to blend European club scene electronic from his Croatian roots with our own Southern Hip Hop sound.


Thursday, July 31, 6 p.m.

Rock ‘n’ Roll straight up. Enjoy a riffing and rocking good time with this band, known for their original songcraft.


Free First Sunday, Aug. 3, 1:30 p.m.

Hear the sounds of Dan Pinson whose unique lyrics are matched with versatile style and technique. Free First Sundays generously sponsored by Easy Auto.


Thursday, Aug. 7, 6 p.m.

The big voices and harmonies of Amber Fults and Hayley Graham will ring in your memory as you reminisce about summer past.


The Hunter Museum also offers exclusive access to its facilities during the two Riverbend weekends; Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 6-8; Friday and Saturday, June 13-14, from 6:30-11:30 p.m. On these days, Club Hunter members will enjoy live video and sound feed from the Coco-Cola and Bud Light Stages, use of the Hunter’s air-conditioned facilities and exclusive, reserved seating on the Hunter Terrace for the festival’s fireworks finale June 14.  

Cost is $65 per person for Hunter Members and Non-Members (includes Riverbend pass; Members receive discounted rate); $115 per person for Club Hunter + Parking, which includes a guaranteed parking spot in the Hunter Museum’s lot during the entire Riverbend festival.  To purchase tickets, visit or call 267-0968.

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