Local Blues Band To Perform At Chattanooga Mud Run After Party

Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Local blues and rock & roll band, Rick Rushing & the Blue Strangers
Local blues and rock & roll band, Rick Rushing & the Blue Strangers

A whole lot of mud, fun, and live music is planned for Saturday, Aug. 16 at the 5th Annual Chattanooga Mud Run. The 5K run will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Greenway Farms, 180-acre City park located in Hixson.

Once the first participant crosses the finish line, local blues and rock & roll band, Rick Rushing & the Blue Strangers, will kick off the official Chattanooga Mud Run After Party by performing their top hits. The After Party is not only open and free to race participants but also spectators.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rick Rushing & the Blue Strangers as our featured entertainment at the Chattanooga Mud Run After Party,” said Jason Farmer, Chattanooga Mud Run Race director and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area board member. “Whether you’re 6 years old or 60, I can assure you that their music will keep everyone on their feet.”

Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the After Party by Milk & Honey, Lupi’s Pizza, Good Dog, Moss’s Place, Noodles & Company, Bitler Bistro and Kona Ice.

To obtain additional information about the Chattanooga Mud Run or to register as a team or individual, visit www.chattanoogamudrun.com



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