Special Event Street Closures For June 23-25

Monday, June 19, 2017

Here are the special event street closures for June 23-25 for Chattanooga: 

Friday, June 23
Chattanooga Waterfront Triathlon Setup: Riverfront Parkway will be closed between Chestnut Street and Power Alley starting at 8 a.m. on Friday until 3 p.m. on Sunday. Additional closures for this race begin on Sunday. Details for those closures are below. Visit www.team-magic.com/events/95 for more information.   

Nightfall Concert Series: Closures include Market from 10th to 8th, MLK Boulevard from Broad Street to Georgia Avenue from 5:30-11:59 p.m. The Nightfall Concert Series is free to the public and held each Friday till Aug. 25 outdoors in Miller Plaza. This Friday's headliner is Divinity Roxx with local opener Over Easy beginning at 7 p.m. Visit www.nightfallchattanooga.com for more information. 

Saturday, June 24
Chattanooga Waterfront Triathlon: Starting at 4 a.m. on Sunday, Riverfront Parkway will be closed to all traffic from Molly Lane to Aquarium Way, as well as the closure of the southbound off-ramp from Veterans Bridge to Riverfront Parkway, along with multiple lane closures and shifts along Amnicola Highway from Aquarium Way to just past Chattanooga State. Visit www.team-magic.com/events/95 to register and for more information.   

Sunday, June 25
Great Race Tour Stop: Chestnut Street will be closed between W. 12th Street and W. Main Street, W. 13th Street between Carter Street and the entrance to the Chattanoogan Hotel, W. 14th Street between Carter Street and Chestnut Street and Fort Street between W. 13th Street and W. Main Street from 1-9:30 p.m. Visit www.greatrace.com for more information. 

Chattanooga Market 2017: Reggie White Boulevard will be closed from the entrance to the Chattanooga Skate Park to West 19th Street on Sunday from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. Chattanooga Market is the region’s largest producer-only marketplace, established to provide healthy, fresh produce, artisan foods, as well as locally-produced arts and craft wares to Chattanoogans and community visitors. Visit www.chattanoogamarket.com for more information.  

In order to view a map of these closures, please visit: http://www.chattanooga.gov/transportation/traffic-engineering-a-operations/special-events-a-street-closures




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