Summer Cocktail Festival Will Be June 24

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Chattanoogans will heat up on the dance floor and cool down with summer-inspired cocktail sips at the inaugural Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival on June 24.

Produced with community engagement in mind, Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival benefits the Chattanooga Market and brings together local restaurants, spirits, residents, and businesses in an interactive, fun environment.

The #ChattSummerCocktailFest lineup is set with 40+ spirits offering up summer-inspired cocktails to choose from. In addition to 12 cocktail samples, attendees can purchase local eats from Cart & Seoul, Drake’s, Southside Social and Nonni’s Empanadas. There will be a photo booth on-site, a DJ to provide live music for the dance party, and more.

Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival will be held at the First Horizon Pavilion at 1826 Reggie White Blvd. 

The festival will be open to ticket purchasers from 6-9 p.m. on June 24. This is a 21+ only event. Attendees must show a valid ID and tickets upon entry. 

Tickets to Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival include entrance into the festival, 12 sample-sized cocktails, a live DJ, onsite activities and a photo booth. Food will be available for purchase.

For more information about Summer Cocktail Festival offerings and to enter weekly giveaways, follow Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival on social media @summercocktailfestival. Tickets are available for purchase at www.chattanoogafestivals.com/scf. Ticket prices are set to increase on June 1.



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