Free Patriotic Organ Concert Is Tuesday

Monday, June 30, 2014

A free Patriotic Organ Concert, featuring the silent movie "Little Rascals" accompanied by world renowned organist Frederick Hohman, will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium.  

Here are other events coming soon:

The Ultimate Music Showcase Tour - Saturday, July 26
Music & Madness with Mark Lowry, The Martins & Jason Crabb - Thursday, July 31
Closed Door Presents: Shrek The Musical - Friday-Sunday, August 15-17
Casting Crowns - Friday, August 29
Sesame Street Live - Tuesday, September 16
Closed Door Presents: Chicago - Friday-Saturday, September 19-20
C.S. Lewis' "The Great Divorce" - Saturday, September 20
Black Jacket Symphony: Michael Jackson's "Thriller" - Saturday, September 27
For Better or Worse stage play - Saturday, September 27
Kip Moore - Thursday, October 16
Kevin James - Thursday, October 30
Closed Door Presents: Cinderella - Friday-Sunday, November 21-23
An Evening with Joe Bonamassa - Tuesday, December 9   
About Us
For a detailed schedule of events plus information about the Tivoli Theatre and Memorial Auditorium, please visit us online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com.
 

Regular box office hours at 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Monday-Friday and closed weekends.  There are extended hours on event days.

Charge tickets by phone during regular box office hours at 642-TIXS (642-8497).  For Tivoli events on day of show, call 757-5050.


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