Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Flatland Calvary with local singer/songwriter Ben Chapman will be at The Signal Saturday
Flatland Calvary with local singer/songwriter Ben Chapman will be at The Signal Saturday
- photo by Mark A Herndon/CLM

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


14-Jul Open Mic Night w/ Courtney Holder at Wanderlinger Brewing - 7 PM
14-Jul Mountain Rattle at The Dark Roast - 5 PM
15-Jul Music with Megan Howard at 1885 Grill - 6 PM
15-Jul Red Couch Session at pax.breu.ruim w/ Butler + Smith + Carter - 7 PM
15-Jul Randy Steel (Solo) at Wanderlinger Brewing - 7 PM 
16-Jul CONVERTIBULL Party Band at Jacobs Myer on the River (Dayton) - 6 PM
16-Jul Mitch Rossell at Arts Avenue - 6 PM
16-Jul Monday Night Social LIVE at Naked River Brewing Co.

- 6:30 PM
16-Jul Sevendust at The Signal - 7 PM
16-Jul Joe C. DeVille at Bitner's RV Park, Bar & Game Room - 7 PM
16-Jul Block Party & Cruise in with Sullivan Band at Soddy Daisy Speed Shop - 7 PM
16-Jul Blue Cumberland at Wanderlinger Brewing - 8 PM
16-Jul 90's Country Night w/ Brit Jones Matchbox Rodeo Big Tom's Grill - 8 PM 
16-Jul Courtney Daly & The Daly Grind at Puckett's at * PM
16-Jul Jess Goggans Band at HiFi Clyde's - 9 PM
16-Jul Boogie Fever w/ The Other Brothers at The Bus Bar n Grill - 8:30 PM
16-Jul Zach Crumley LIVE @ The Farm to Fork - 8:30 PM
16-Jul Throttle 21 & Tyson Leamon at Bud's Sports Bar - 9 PM
16-Jul Airshow at The Dark Roast - 9 PM
16-Jul Live Music with Kyle Phelan at Tremont Tavern - 9 PM
16-Jul Nightfall w/ Rachael Smith and Lee Roy Parnell - 7 PM
16-Jul Mojo Whiskey at Pokey’s (Cleveland) 10 PM
17-Jul Aaron Freeman at Puckett's at 8 PM
17-Jul Saturday Brunch: Eric Shelton Farm To Fork - 11 AM
17-Jul Chris Knight at Arts Avenue - 6 PM
17-Jul Connor Priest @Cartecay River Brewing Co - 1 PM
17-Jul Youth Music Show and Album Release Party Wanderlinger - 2 PM
17-Jul Downtown Nights Ringgold Market Pavilion at Depot Square 6 PM
17-Jul 90's Something Tour w/ Matchbox Rodeo at Market Pavilion Ringgold - 6 PM
17-Jul A Concert in the Park at Chatsworth City Park - 7 PM
17-Jul New Grass Express at Center Post Community Center 7 PM
17-Jul Drivin N Cryin Concert (Benefit Crossroads Unity Park) Ringgold Ampt - 7PM
17-Jul Misfit Toyz w/ Drivin N Cryin at Ringgold Amphitheatre - 7PM
17-Jul The Flow Creatives Present Jazz in Coolidge Park - 5 PM
17-Jul Eric Heatherly w/ The Record Store Troubadours at Smith Perry Berries 7 PM.
17-Jul Flatland Cavalry with Ben Chapman at The Signal - 8 PM (see photo)
17-Jul Mojo Whiskey at Farm To Fork (Ringgold) 8:30 PM
17-Jul The Fridge at Hi-Fi Clydes - 9 PM
18-Jul Sunday Brunch with Mark Andrew at 1885 Grille St Elmo - 1:45 PM
18-Jul Sunday Funday Brunch w/ Ryan Oyer at Farm To Fork - 11 AM
18-Jul Gino Fanelli at 1885 Grill, St. Elmo - Noon
18-Jul Music w/ ET @ 1885 Grill in Ooltewah - 5:30 PM
18-Jul Live Music with Mark Andrew at 1885 Gill (St Elmo) - 6 PM
18-Jul Fooshee's Forecast w/ Big Creek at the Dark Roast - 9 PM
19-Jul Joe C. DeVille at Volcano Crab & Bar - 7:30 PM
19-Jul Steal Your Monday w/ Chants In The Void at Stone Cup on Frazier - 9 PM
20-Jul Live Music with Eric Kirkendoll at 1885 Grill (St Elmo) - 6 PM



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WCLE Mix 104.1 was awarded the Luther Community Service Award during the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame this weekend in Murfreesboro. The award is named after the legendary Luther Masingill ... (click for more)

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