Hunter Museum Announces Bands On The Bluff

Saturday, April 29, 2017
The Hunter Museum of American Art invites the public to experience local music and views with Bands on the Bluff, taking place the first Thursday of May through October at 6-8 p.m. On the same evening as Throwback Thursday, guests can enjoy live music and 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 kicks off at the Hunter Museum on May 4 with Bachata on the Bluff.
Inspired by the current special exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, Bachata on the Bluff features local musicians showcasing Latino musical styles. Guests have the opportunity to attend the concert and visit the special exhibit. This live performance is co-presented by La Paz Chattanooga and SoundCorps Chattanooga.

Future dates for the Bands on the Bluff are:
Thursday, May 4;
Thursday, June 1;
Thursday, Aug. 3;
Thursday, Sept. 7; and
Thursday, Oct. 5


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