Here Comes The Mummies Performs Saturday At AT&T Field

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Here Come The Mummies will perform from the mound of AT&T Field on Saturday for Chattanooga’s first physically distanced live show of this size since spring.

Friday is the last chance to get the online ticket price of $25. The day of show the price jumps to $35 when the box office opens at 10 a.m. 

Concert organizers are following the safety measures set forth by the Hamilton County Health Department and the county government to host a socially distant concert. 

It’s been a couple years since the Chattanooga favorites have performed in the Scenic City, so Friends of the Festival convinced the crypt keeper it was time for HCTM to return.

Review for Here Come the Mummies: 

Just in time for Halloween, the eight-piece funk-rock band of 5,000 year-old Egyptian Mummies, will be delivering their brand of terrifying funk from beyond the grave to a crowd of fans who can maintain a safe social distance at AT&T Field with room to spare.

HCTM’s lyrics may leave little to the imagination, but their wraps have been a topic of much speculation.  Some say they are Grammy winning studio musicians wrapping themselves to avoid record contracts. HCTM’s mysterious personas, cunning song-craft, and unrelenting live show will bend your brain.

HCTM will headline the show at 8 p.m. with Bonn E Maiy opening at 7 p.m.

Maiy is a Canadian-American singer, songwriter, and actress.  Her music is a mix of country, rock, pop and Americana. 

Concession foods, beer, and cocktails will be available.

This show will follow the public safety mandates set forth by the Hamilton County mayor and the Hamilton County Health Department.

General admission seating will be designated by the number of people in a group and established for maintaining a physical distance from other groups. Ushers will assist fans with seating their groups when needed.

Buy your tickets at http://www.mummies2020.com/. General admission is $25.  VIP tables and suites are available as well. For inquiries, please call 756-2212.


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