Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 24, 2020
Rubiks Groove
Rubiks Groove
- photo by Mark A. Herndon

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music weekend events. Check CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event.

Reminder, mask on during entry and social distancing required.

23-Sep Open Mic w/ Courtney Holder - Wanderlinger Brewing Co - 8 PM
24-Sep Smitty - Gate 11 Distillery 6 PM
24-Sep Mark Andrew on the Patio - 1885 Grille Ooltewah 6 PM 
25-Sep Courtney Daley w/ Daly Grind - Puckett's 8 PM
25-Sep Zech Dallas - The FEED co.

Table & Tavern 7 PM
25-Sep Jacob White - Melodee's Diner 7 PM
25-Sep Michael Seabolt Band - Jacob Myer's Restaurant on the River 7 PM
25-Sep Band Raven - Farm To Fork Outdoor Stage 8 PM
25-Sep Throttle 21 w/ Pretty Kaoz at Bud's Sport Bar 10 PM
26-Sep Blake & AJ Morrison - Melodee's Diner 7 PM
26-Sep Jason Lyles at Charlie's BBQ & Bakery 1 PM
26-Sep Velcro Pygmies - JacobMyer's Restaurant on the River (Dayton) 7 PM
26-Sep Hatcher / Phillips Band - Slicks on Main St.  7:30 PM
26-Sep Rubiks Groove 80’s - 90’s Dance Party Farm To Fork Outdoor Stage 8 PM
26-Sep Cara Madaris - Puckett's 8 PM
26-Sep Rick Rushing - Wanderlinger 8:30 PM
27-Sep David Bingaman - Brunch at 1885 Grill - Ooltewah Noon
27-Sep Dan McGuire - Brunch at 1885 St Elmo - Noon
27-Sep Angelina Clare - 1885 Grill Ooltewah 5:30 PM



String Theory At The Hunter Opens Season 12 With Virtual Concert

CSO To Perform Mozart's Serenade At First Horizon Pavilion

Here Comes The Mummies Performs Saturday At AT&T Field


String Theory, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, is proud to announce Season 12, beginning with String Theory @ Home, featuring two virtual concerts, one ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera’s First Horizon Foundation Instrumental Series will continue Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. with Mozart’s Serenade at First Horizon Pavilion. The evening will ... (click for more)

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 ... (click for more)



Entertainment

String Theory At The Hunter Opens Season 12 With Virtual Concert

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CSO To Perform Mozart's Serenade At First Horizon Pavilion

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera’s First Horizon Foundation Instrumental Series will continue Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. with Mozart’s Serenade at First Horizon Pavilion. The evening will highlight a variety of instrumentation, including Mozart’s Serenade No. 11 for winds and Tchaikovsky’s heartfelt Serenade for Strings. A flute trio will also perform contemporary Atlanta ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

The Courts' Role In Protecting Voting Rights

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Roy Exum: Trump’s $455 Billion Call

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