Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, February 25, 2021
Stacey Wilson and Band Raven will play at El’Fogon on North Hixson Pike Saturday at 6 p.m.
Stacey Wilson and Band Raven will play at El’Fogon on North Hixson Pike Saturday at 6 p.m.
- photo by Band Raven

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music weekend events For Friday and Saturday.

Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event. 

26-Feb Amber Fults at Gate 11 Distillery 7:30 PM
26-Feb Mike McDade at Tremont Tavern 4 PM
26-Feb Bandwidth Live feat. Terminal Overdrive 7 PM
26-Feb Barron Wilson The FEED co. Table & Tavern 7 PM
26-Feb The Young Fables Live at Puckett's! 8 PM
26-Feb Blended Family Livestream w/ audience Stone Cup 9 PM
26-Feb Misfit Toyz Return to Buds 10 PM
27-Feb Band Raven Acoustic El Fogón Hixson Pike 6 PM
27-Feb Rick Rushing at Gate 11 Distillery 7:30 PM
27-Feb Jason Lee Wilson & James County @ Rocco's Pub 8 PM
27-Feb Misfit Toyz Return to Buds 10 PM
27-Feb Dalton & The Boys Puckett's Chattanooga 8 PM
27-Feb Vintage Vixens DEBUT at Farm To Fork! 8:30 PM
27-Feb STANK! STANK! Wanderlinger Brewing Company 8:30 PM



Lee University School Of Music To Present “A Night Of Jazz”

Lee Theatre And School Of Music To Present “Songs By Ghost Light”

Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events


Lee University School of Music will present “A Night of Jazz” on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Conn Center. The event will be a joint concert performed by the Lee Small Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble ... (click for more)

The Lee University theatre program, along with the School of Music, will present “Songs by Ghost Light,” a showcase of songs from great American musicals, new and old, familiar and beloved. These ... (click for more)

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music weekend events for Thursday through Sunday. Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event. 8-Apr Open Mic w/ Live Local Music ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Lee University School Of Music To Present “A Night Of Jazz”

Lee University School of Music will present “A Night of Jazz” on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Conn Center. The event will be a joint concert performed by the Lee Small Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble and will also welcome guest artist Jon Hamar. The ensembles will perform a variety of works, including “Babylon Sisters” by Steely Dan, “Snakes” by Sanborn, “I’ll Take Les” by Scofield, ... (click for more)

Lee Theatre And School Of Music To Present “Songs By Ghost Light”

The Lee University theatre program, along with the School of Music, will present “Songs by Ghost Light,” a showcase of songs from great American musicals, new and old, familiar and beloved. These free performances will take place on April 9, 10, 16, and 17, at 7:30 p.m. via livestream. “Songs by Ghost Light” is taking place in lieu of a full-scale musical that was made difficult ... (click for more)

Breaking News

County School Officials Told No Migrant Students At Temple Dorm To Enroll In County Schools; Aim Is To Reunite Children With Families, Baptiste Group Says

County School officials said in a meeting on Tuesday, a leader of the Baptiste Group said there are no plans for migrant children at a former Tennessee Temple dorm to attend county schools. School officials said they were told that the program is a short-term placement for children and is focused on reunification of children and families. The Baptiste Group plans to ... (click for more)

Tim Kelly Is New Chattanooga Mayor; Jenny Hill, Isiah Hester Win City Council Races

Tim Kelly was far ahead in the Chattanooga mayor's runoff election after early vote totals and the first 20 precincts were released. He quickly declared himself the winner, and he finished ahead by over 5,000 votes. He won 15,966 to 10,661. Among early voters, it was Kelly 8,623 to 4,988 for Kim White, former president of the River City Company who was vying to be the city's ... (click for more)

Opinion

A Mayoral Race To Be Proud Of

It was very refreshing for both candidates to only speak to their strengths for the entire campaign while not dragging each other through the mud and acting like third graders as it too often the case with political campaigns. It was even more refreshing to see such a humble victory and a gracious defeat as both candidates appeared to be extremely supportive of one another ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Kelly Gallops To Mayor

Tim Kelly, betting heavily on himself by spending over $1 million of his own money and divesting of a widely respected auto dealership in order to be fully focused, was hailed as a winner Tuesday night. The personable Kelly was greeted with open arms as Chattanooga’s newest Mayor when he outlasted another quite capable candidate, Kim White. In what was expected to be a nose-to-nose ... (click for more)