Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, July 29, 2021
EMI Sunshine performs Friday at 7 p.m. at Arts Avenue
EMI Sunshine performs Friday at 7 p.m. at Arts Avenue
- photo by Mark A Herndon/CLM

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music events through Monday.

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


28-Jul Webb Barringer at 1885 Grill (St Elmo) at 6 PM
28-Jul Wednesday Open Mic at Wanderlinger Brewing signup at 7 PM
29-Jul Thursday Open Mic at Diving Mouse (Cleveland) at 8 PM
29-Jul Smitty @ 1885 Grill Ooltewah - 6 PM
29-Jul Music on the Patio with Ryan Oyer at 1885 Grill St Elmo - 6 PM
29-Jul Open Mic w/ Rick Rushing at Gate 11 Distillery 7 PM
29-Jul Jacob Johnson & Josey Clay - Barking Legs Theatre - Live in the Garden at 7 PM
29-Jul Jason Lyles at Farm To Fork (Ringgold) - 7 PM
29-Jul Red Couch Sessions with Dan Pinson + Friends at pax.breu.ruim - 7 PM
30-Jul Mark Andrew at Hotel Indigo at 6:30 PM
30-Jul Gino Fanelli LIVE at Naked River Brewing 6:30 PM
30-Jul Emi Sunshine and The Rain at Arts Avenue 7:00 PM
30-Jul Connor Priest @Hamilton's Food & Spirits / The Pizzeria (Dalton) 7:30 PM
30-Jul The Cleaning Crew at Wanderlinger Brew 8 PM
30-Jul Jason Lyles at Gate 11 Distillery at Choo Choo 8 PM
30-Jul Space Weed, Dope Skum, Toadsmoke at JJ's Bohemia - 8 PM
30-Jul Eleusis w/ Jack Lemons & The World Leaders at Wanderlinger Brew at 8 PM
30-Jul Dead End Friends at Las Margaritas (Cleveland) - 8 PM
30-Jul Dayz of Deception, Wicked Weird, Delicate Jealousy at Ziggy's Music Box - 8:30 PM
30-Jul Nightfall Music Series w/ New Dismembered Tennessean & Poor Ramblin Boys (Miller Park) - 7 PM
30-Jul Live Music with Jack Endelouz at Tremont Tavern 9 PM
30-Jul ET at The Dunlap Yard - 9 PM
30-Jul Backwater Still at Hi-Fi Clyde's on Main St - 9 PM
30-Jul Songwriter Dave Pahanish at Puckett's at 8 PM
31-Jul Corey Smith, Singer/Songwriter & Levi Lowrey at The Signal - 8 PM
31-Jul Hassleinone at the Spot on Main - 7 PM
31-Jul Parker Millsap at Arts Avenue (park and enter at rear of Bldg).

- 7 PM
31-Jul 90's Concert Tour w/ Matchbox Rodeo at American Draft Choo Choo - 7 PM
31-Jul Camden Smith Live at Puckett's - 8 PM
31-Jul Deadlink Collective, Mystery Box plus 2 more at Ziggy's - 8 PM
31-Jul SunSap Sleazy Sunset Riverboat So Belle Show - 8 PM
31-Jul Jamie Leigh Hardeman at Gate 11 Distillery - 8 PM
31-Jul Fantastic Confabulation rocks Wanderlinger Brew - 8:30 PM
31-Jul Joey Fletcher Band at HiFi Clyde’s on Main - 9 PM 
31-Jul Jason Lee Wilson & James County at The Third Door (Marietta, GA.) - 9 PM
1-Aug Gino Fanelli LIVE at 1885 Grill, Ooltewah, TN - 11:30 AM
1-Aug Ariel Omarzu, LIVE at 1885 Grill, Ooltewah, TN at 5:30 PM
1-Aug Jerry Garcia's Birthday Bash at Wanderlinger - 6 PM
1-Aug Riverfront Nights w/ Rye Baby & Chuck Mead at 9 AM
1-Aug Jamie Leigh & The Classics at Gate 11 Distillery 8 PM
2-Aug Joe C. DeVille at Volcano Crab & Bar at 7:30 PM



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