Hunter Museum Announces Bands On The Bluff Lineup

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

The Hunter Museum of American Art invites the public to experience local music and views with Bands on the Bluff, taking place first Thursdays through October at 6 p.m.

On the same evening as Throwback Thursday, Bands on the Bluff allows concert goers to enjoy the music and visit the current special exhibition for $5 (free to members and children under 17 with a paying adult). In addition, a cash bar will be available during each concert.

Bands on the Bluff lineup:  6-8 p.

m.

Thursday, June 1

Bands on the Bluff: Teens Take the Bluff

"Enjoy a night under the stars with Chattanooga’s newest rising musical stars. Local bands Sundry and 6th Street and spoken word group MANIFEST Voices will be bringing on incredible
performances and showcasing the power of the future of music in Chattanooga.  Plus create
your own comic book page at a zine making station with Chatt Comix Co-op," officials said.

Thursday, July 6

Bands on the Bluff featuring Nick Lutsko

"Tonight’s Bands on the Bluff celebrates the art of Wayne White with a kaleidoscope of art and
music as experienced through a performance by Nick Lutsko. Enjoy this psychedelic blend of
sight and sound in a fun house of a night along with drinks from our cash bar," officials said.

Thursday, Aug. 3

Bands on the Bluff: End of Summer Dance Party

"We’ll dance away the last notes of summer as we celebrate hot summer nights," officlals said.

Thursday, Sept. 7

UTC Takes the Bluff featuring Moose Truck and Erik Tyler

"Get back to college spirit as we welcome opening act Erik Tyler who will be joined by Moose
Truck as the headliner," officials said.

Thursday, Oct. 5

Oktoberfest: Bands on the Bluff

"Celebrate the fall with brats and brews in a biergarten of music to get your groove on before the
winter chill sets in," officials said.



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