Lookouts Announce 2020 Game Times And Fireworks

Opening Day Is Set For Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 6:15 p.m.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The Chattanooga Lookouts have announced their game times and fireworks for the upcoming 2020 season!

On Thursday, April 9, at 6:15 p.m. the Lookouts will make their season debut when the 2019 Southern League Champion Jackson Generals come to town for Opening Day at AT&T Field! Opening Day will be the team’s first Thirsty Thursday of the season and will be capped off with the first postgame fireworks show of the year!

After Opening Day the Lookouts will have a further 14 fireworks shows throughout the season.  Along with 12 Fireworks Fridays, the team will also shoot off fireworks on Sunday, May 24 and Thursday, July 2. 

2020 will also feature 10 Thirsty Thursdays and 10 Saturday games.

The Lookouts will continue to offer great family-friendly promotions including Autograph Sundays, Kids Eat Free Mondays, and Kids Run the Bases after every single Lookouts home game.

This season will also feature three business person specials at 11:15 a.m.  On those day’s you can purchase a lower box ticket, and a meal voucher for just $13. 

Following the opening series of games fans will have plenty of opportunities to catch the team in April as they host a 10-game series to close out the month. 

In May, Chattanooga will play 10 home contests including a 5-game slate over Memorial Day Weekend, May 22-25.  The team’s first half at home wraps up on Monday, June 15 with the All-Star Break set for June 22-24.  

The second half of the season begins with a nine-game homestand on Thursday, June 25 that culminates with back-to-back Fireworks on Thursday, July 2 and the team’s annual Independence Day Fireworks Extravaganza on Friday, July 3. 

The team’s home schedule concludes on Tuesday, September 1.    

The Lookouts full slate of 2020 promotions will be released at a later date. For more information on how to secure your seats to the season’s best games call the Lookouts’ ticket office at 423-267-4TIX.


UTC Women Drop To 1-9 With Road Loss To UT-Martin

Dan Fleser: Texas Fights Back; Lady Vols No Longer Undefeated

Dan Fleser: Vols To Head To Jacksonville For TaxSlayer Gator Bowl


The Chattanooga women’s basketball team got off to a hot start Sunday afternoon, but couldn’t hold off the Skyhawks as UT Martin defeated the Mocs 78-51 at the Elam Center. The Mocs got ... (click for more)

KNOXVILLE – Texas emerged from a timeout early in the fourth quarter Sunday afternoon as a women’s basketball team chastened by four losses already this season and determined to avoid No. 5. ... (click for more)

KNOXVILLE – Tennessee will travel 547 miles to Jacksonville, Fla., on its first bowl trip in three years. The Vols were slotted to play in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl when college football’s ... (click for more)


Sports

UTC Women Drop To 1-9 With Road Loss To UT-Martin

The Chattanooga women’s basketball team got off to a hot start Sunday afternoon, but couldn’t hold off the Skyhawks as UT Martin defeated the Mocs 78-51 at the Elam Center. The Mocs got off to a 12-0 start, denying the UTM offense throughout much of the first quarter. Less than four minutes into the game Chattanooga was 4-of-5 from the field with 3-pointers from Bria Dial ... (click for more)

Dan Fleser: Texas Fights Back; Lady Vols No Longer Undefeated

KNOXVILLE – Texas emerged from a timeout early in the fourth quarter Sunday afternoon as a women’s basketball team chastened by four losses already this season and determined to avoid No. 5. Down three points to Tennessee, Longhorns guard Sug Sutton described their mind-set as being “Let’s come out and punch back.” What transpired thereafter amounted to one punch too many ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Joint Meeting Of County Commission, School Board Does Not Produce Consensus Sought By County Mayor

Improving reading among K-3 students and bolstering classroom discipline were topics when the County Commission and School Board got together on Monday night. However, County Mayor Jim Coppinger said the joint session at Red Bank Middle School did not produce the consensus he had hoped for on a number of school improvement goals. A school employee was stationed at a blackboard ... (click for more)

Developer To Proceed With Controversial Walden Project After Planning Commission Declines To Intervene; Lee Davis Says Town To Face Traffic, Environmental Woes

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission on Monday chose to take no action on the zoning ordinance previously approved last month by the Walden Town Council, clearing the developer to proceed with a controversial Walden Town Center. The development slated for Taft Highway on Signal Mountain will include a full-service grocery store, fuel station, retail, offices ... (click for more)

Opinion

There's Always Been A Rich Abundance Of Wildlife In St. Elmo

It's really not unusual to see coyotes in St. Elmo. They've been venturing down from the mountains and elsewhere for decades and as far back as I can remember. Right along with raccoons and other critters, large and small. In fact this summer, being a very light sleeper, I was awaken by a sudden noise outside only to look outside and see five very large and healthy raccoons in my ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Absolute Top 100

Several weeks ago one of my favorite websites, 24/7wallstreet.com, teased me by releasing its version of the “100 Absolute Best Songs in History” and anytime I see such a boast it's like trying to pick “The Best of All Your Girl Friends Who You Didn’t Marry,” or “My Best SEC Football Players In 50 Years Of Watching Close.” The easiest way to shut down any argument is to counter: ... (click for more)