Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, June 23, 2022
Riverfront Nights free fall live music schedule on Ross’s Landing July 2–Aug. 27th on Saturday nights
Riverfront Nights free fall live music schedule on Ross’s Landing July 2–Aug. 27th on Saturday nights
- photo by Mike Dougher (RFNights) and Chattanooga Live Music ©2022

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

23-Jun Big River Grille (In Town) w/ John Paris at 5:30 PM
23-Jun Walker Theater w/ Chelcie Lynn: The Tammy Tour at 7 PM
23-Jun The Woodshop w/ WSLR Presents: Nicholas Edward Williams with Randy Steele at 7 PM
23-Jun Farm To Fork Thirsty Thursday w/ Seth David Coley & The Rabbit Valley Boys at 7 PM
23-Jun Memorial Auditorium w/ Amos Lee at 7:30 PM 
23-Jun Wanderlinger Brewing w/ Richard Daigle Trio at 8 PM 
24-Jun Gate 11 Distillery w/ Jeremy Wells at 8 PM
24-Jun Big River Grille (In Town) w/ Gino Fanelli at 6:30 PM
24-Jun Puckett's w/ Ethen Martin at 8 PM
24-Jun The Naked River Brewing w/Jason Lyles Music at 6:30 PM
24-Jun Nightfall Music Series at Miller Park w/ Lakou Mizik 8 PM / Steely Bruno 7 PM
24-Jun New York Pizza Dept.

(Lakesite) w/ Evan Kennedy Trio at 7 PM
24-Jun Wanderlinger Brewing w/ Lilac Line w/ Safari Room + Cosmic Twelve at 8 PM
24-Jun The Signal w/ Electric Avenue at 8 PM
24-Jun Cherry St. Tavern w/ Go Go Killers, Casket Creatures, The Unsatisfied, Genki Genki Panic 8 PM
24-Jun Farm to Fork (Ringgold) w/ Bearfield-Foley at 8:30 PM
24-Jun HiFi Clyde's on Main St w/Sullivan Band at 9 PM
24-Jun Pokeys Sports Bar (Cleveland) w/ Voodoo Slim at 9 PM
24-Jun The Diving Mouse (Cleveland) Rosewood Grips at 9 PM
24-Jun Westbound Bar on Station Street w/ Backwater Still at 9:30 PM
24-Jun Buds Sports Bar (Two Nights) w/ Misfit Toyz at 10 PM #1
25-Jun Buds Sports Bar (Two Nights) w/ Misfit Toyz at 10 PM #2
25-Jun Puckett's w/ S. Keith Cargile & 3's Company at 8 PM
25-Jun Gate 11 Distillery w/ Special Guest at 8 PM 
25-Jun Farm to Fork w/-Saturday Brunch @ The Farm: Jonathan Wimpee 11:30 AM
25-Jun Big River Grille (Hamilton Place) w/Richard Daigle at 6 PM
25-Jun Songbirds w/Ryan Oyer Presents: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band at 7 PM
25-Jun Rabbit Valley Farmers Market w/ Midsummer Night's Feast at 6 PM
25-Jun The Woodshop WSLR Presents: Hannah Juanita at 8 PM
25-Jun Farm to Fork (Ringgold) w/ Backwater Still at 8:30 PM
25-Jun The Diving Mouse (Cleveland) CAM & Mikey Bledsoe at 9 PM 
25-Jun HiFi Clyde's on Main w/ Diamond Dogs: A David Bowie Tribute at 9 PM
25-Jun The Venue w/ Sullivan Band at 10 PM
25-Jun Farm to Fork Brunch w/ Troy Underwood at 11 AM
26-Jun Big River Grille (Hamilton Place) w/ Ryan Oyer at 11:30 AM 
26-Jun Wanderlinger Brew w/ The Other Brothers Sunday Funday at 6 PM
26-Jun Memorial Auditorium - Riverdance Tour at 7:30 PM
27-Jun Wanderlinger Brew Monday Night Blue's Jam with Rick Rushing 8 PM
28-Jun Tremont Tavern w/ Open Mike McDade at 8 PM
28-Jun 1885 Grill - St. Elmo - Taco Tuesday with Gino at 6 PM
28-Jun Farm to Fork - BIKE NIGHT @ The Farm: Michael Cass at 6:30 PM
29-Jun 1885 Grill - St. Elmo with The TN Ruminators at 12 Noon
29-Jun Barking Legs Theater Wednesday Jazz: Tortora, Turnure, Dickinson & Powers 7 PM



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Entertainment

Riverfront Nights Launches 15th Free Summer Series Featuring Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute

The Independence Day holiday launching a long weekend for most Chattanoogans will feature the first performance of the 15th season of Riverfront Nights. The free summer concert series will feature headliner Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute. "Performing over 80 shows each year, Sail On is the most booked Beach Boys Tribute band in the world," officials said. The band plays classic ... (click for more)

UTC Kodaly Institute Recital Set For June 30

The Kodály Institute at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is a summer professional development institute for music teachers who want to pick up new teaching methods to bring back to their own pupils. Named after Zóltan Kodály (pronounced KOH-dye), a Hungarian composer, musicologist and educator, the institute—under way since June 13 and concluding July 1—espouses the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

EPA Awarding Brownfield Grant At Site Of Planned Lookouts Stadium

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe on Wednesday is set to present the city of Chattanooga with Brownfield program cleanup and assessment grants at the site of a planned new $79.5 million stadium to be used by the Lookouts. The press conference will be at the U.S. Pipe/Wheland site. The grant is "to help spur economic revitalization ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Couple Describes Frightening Home Invasion

A Chattanooga couple on Friday morning described a frightening home invasion that a Memphis pair are accused of committing. Charges were bound to the Grand Jury against Darion Merriweather and William Edward Farmer IV. Judge Gerald Webb increased the bond for their aggravated burglary charges to $75,000. Farmer and Merriweather are facing two counts of kidnapping, aggravated ... (click for more)

Opinion

22 Questions And Concerns About A New $79.5 Million Lookouts Stadium

The proposal for the Lookouts stadium brings forth several questions that I have not gotten good answers yet from anyone. 1. If the 10 acres Gary Chazen is donating is worth $10,000,000, why doesn’t he and his partners just sell the 140 acres and go to the bank with over $100,000,000? 2. There has been over a billion dollars of new construction in downtown Chattanooga ... (click for more)

New Stadium Does Not Pass The Smell Test - And Response

I can't find any logical reasons that the new Lookout stadium is being placed where it is other than to think it's a combination of favoritism and eliminating an eyesore. All statistics point to an illogical decision coupled with questionable tax breaks/support. Lookouts average attendance in 2018 (all that I could quickly find) was 3,206 per game and ranked 74th among ... (click for more)