PJ Masks Live! Is At The Tivoli May 22

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

PJ Masks Live! comes to the Tivoli Theatre on Wednesday, May 22, at 6 p.m.  Tickets are $59, $39 and $29 and are available at all Ticketmaster Outlets, and Tivoli Theatre Box Office or by phone at  800-745-3000. Tickets for this event go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. 

Review for PJ Masks Live!:

PJ Masks Live! is back with an all new super-heroic, live musical show, featuring the heroic trio from your favorite series: The PJ Masks! Watch Catboy, Owlette and Gekko along with their new friend PJ Robot, as they try to save the day from the sneaky villains - Romeo, Night Ninja and Luna Girl, Fluttering Feathers, Leaping Lizards. What a CAT-tastrophe. 

Leaping, flipping and climbing - live on stage. Complete with your favorite music and brand new songs you’ve never heard before. Don’t sleep through it – watch the PJ Masks save the day, live on stage.


Ringgold Playhouse Brings Its Comedy Club To 1890s Day Jamboree

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Chattanooga Bach Choir And Orchestra Presents Concert May 18


The Ringgold Playhouse plans on bringing big time laughs to downtown Ringgold over Memorial Day weekend with its Comedy Club set to take place during the annual 1890s Day Jamboree. Best known ... (click for more)

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The Chattanooga Bach Choir & Orchestra, conducted by artistic director David Long, presents Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor on Saturday, May 18 at 7:30 p.m., at the First Cumberland ... (click for more)


Entertainment

Ringgold Playhouse Brings Its Comedy Club To 1890s Day Jamboree

The Ringgold Playhouse plans on bringing big time laughs to downtown Ringgold over Memorial Day weekend with its Comedy Club set to take place during the annual 1890s Day Jamboree. Best known for traditional theatre, TRP branched out last year with its Comedy Clubs – a mix of improvisational comedy and stand-up. “The Comedy Club was an idea we’d been discussing for a while, ... (click for more)

The 1975 Plays Sold-Out Show In Nashville

English pop-rock band, The 1975 played a sold-out show at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville on Wednesday night. Touring in support of their latest album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships , the group (comprised of Matty Healy, lead singer, Adam Hann, guitar, Ross MacDonald, bass, and George Daniel, drums) opened with "Give Yourself a Try" from last year's release. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Motorist Who Felt He Got "Cut Off" Led To Road Rage Brawl On I-24

A motorist who felt he got "cut off" by a vehicle entering I-24 in Brainerd wound up getting in a road rage brawl with the other motorist near the Fourth Avenue Exit on Friday. It also resulted in the arrest of Joseph C. Koehler, 42, of 619 Texas Ave., Signal Mountain. He was charged with assault. The other driver, Alexander Martin Nicolou, 32, of 3501 Angela Lane, was not ... (click for more)

Billy Hawk Deciding Which Attorney To Use In Retrial

Billy Hawk, who was given a new trial after being convicted of a murder that happened 35 years ago, is deciding which lawyer to use this time around. In an appearance before Criminal Court Judge Don Poole on Monday, he was with attorneys Frank Lannom and Melanie Bean of Lebanon, Tn. However, attorney Lannom said they had not yet been retained. Judge Poole gave Hawk until June ... (click for more)

Opinion

Chattanooga's Shooting Epidemic - And Response

These shootings continue and something has to be done to try and stop them whether they are domestic, robbery or gang related. We obviously can not remove these handguns from every man, woman and child. I suggest that merchants that sell handguns raise the minimum age to 21 years for the purchase of handgun ammunition only. This 21 age requirement would not include ammunition ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Mr. Casada Is Through

Sometime this afternoon, the Republican members of the Tennessee Legislature will join a growing chorus of those convinced it is time for Glen Casada, the group’s Speaker of the House, to step down. They will cite several tawdry emails between Casada’s former Chief of Staff and himself as the reason but that’s not entirely true. Casada will step down in great shame because he has ... (click for more)