Chattanooga's Premier Amateur Golf Tournament, Q n' Brews And Bluegrass, And Fastpitch National Championships

Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Summer events in Chattanooga continue with welcoming household names to the Chattanooga Choo Choo Invitational golf tournament, delicious barbecue and toe tappin’ bluegrass at the Chattanooga Zoo’s Q n’ Brew event, the largest adult soccer event in the United States, and more. 

Chattanooga's Upcoming Events:

July 14-18 | Chattanooga US Adult Soccer Fest 
Adult Soccer Fest, the largest sanctioned adult soccer event in the United States, is celebrating its 24th year and first time hosted in Chattanooga with a week built around soccer, food, and beer.

Fridays, July 15-Aug.

26 | Nightfall Concert Series  
Chattanooga’s Nightfall Concert Series is held each Friday through the summer in Miller Park, showcasing local musicians, artisans, food, and free entertainment for the whole family. 

Weekends, July 15-Aug. 28 | Rock City’s Summer Music Weekends  
See Rock City during Summer Music Weekends to enjoy sounds from various local artists, a Birds of Prey raptor show, fresh-squeezed lemonade, and a perfect summer day with a view of seven states.  

Saturdays, July 16-Aug. 27 | Riverfront Nights 
Riverfront Nights brings you live music under the stars from some of the area’s most vibrant and talented artists, various food and beverage vendors, and more family fun all summer long.

Saturdays, July 16-Aug. 6 | Music & Movies in Miller 
Each Saturday night, Miller Park is filled with musical entertainment, oversized games, artist vendors, food trucks, and a big screen to enjoy a family-friendly movie under the stars. 

Sundays, July 17-Aug. 28 | Chattanooga Market  
The weekly open-air market features local produce and art, live music, and food trucks with weekly themes like the Five Star Food Fight, Chattanooga Bluegrass, and the Buskers Festival.  

Saturday, July 23 | Q n’ Brew at the Chattanooga Zoo
Join the Chattanooga Zoo for their annual barbecue and beer tasting event. This summertime barbecue offers fun for the whole family with live bluegrass music, animal encounters, tortoise races, and more. 

July 25-27 | Chattanooga Choo Choo Invitational 
The 10th Annual Chattanooga Choo Choo Invitational, a premier amateur golf event, will draw some of  the top 300 nationally and internationally ranked golfers to compete in Chattanooga. 
Find the top talent golfing in this year’s tournament and more details below.

Choo Choo Invitational Details

 

 

July 27-31 | Alliance Fastpitch Open Nationals 
Chattanooga will be hosting the Alliance Fastpitch Open National Championship for its first year ever. This tournament will take place at Warner Park, Summit of Softball, and Camp Jordan. Over 100 teams from across the country will compete to be crowned the AFON champions! 



Travel Rebound And The Emotional Value Of Tourism Tops 2022 Chattanooga Tourism Summit

Tennessee Aquarium IMAX 3D Theater Replaces 6-Story Screen

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The Chattanooga Tourism Co. hosted around 500 industry partners at the 2022 Chattanooga Tourism Summit Tuesday to celebrate the resilience of the travel industry in Hamilton County. The summit ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Aquarium IMAX 3D Theater was closed on Thursday and Friday, for a monumental undertaking: the replacement of its six-story tall, 89- foot-wide screen. This behemoth, more ... (click for more)

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Travel

Travel Rebound And The Emotional Value Of Tourism Tops 2022 Chattanooga Tourism Summit

The Chattanooga Tourism Co. hosted around 500 industry partners at the 2022 Chattanooga Tourism Summit Tuesday to celebrate the resilience of the travel industry in Hamilton County. The summit included and industry address by Barry White, president and CEO of Chattanooga Tourism Co., and remarks from Hugh Morrow, Chattanooga Tourism Co. Board chair and president and CEO of the Ruby ... (click for more)

Tennessee Aquarium IMAX 3D Theater Replaces 6-Story Screen

The Tennessee Aquarium IMAX 3D Theater was closed on Thursday and Friday, for a monumental undertaking: the replacement of its six-story tall, 89- foot-wide screen. This behemoth, more than six times larger than a standard-ratio theater screen, is one of the features that sets the IMAX 3D theater apart from conventional movie theaters. In preparation for hosting the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Man Killed, Another Man Injured After Car Is Riddled With Bullets Late Sunday Night

A man, 32, was killed, and another man, 24, was injured Sunday night in a shooting on South Lyerly Street. At 10:16 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to multiple calls about a shooting. Upon arrival, police observed a vehicle with multiple bullet holes, with no victims around it. Approximately one hour later, a man walked into a local hospital with a gunshot wound. ... (click for more)

2-Year-Old Dies After Being Found Unresponsive In Neighbor's Pool In Bradley County

A two-year old child has died after being found in a neighbor's pool Sunday afternoon. The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Bradley County EMS and Bradley County Fire and Rescue were dispatched at 1:18 p.m. to an address on Burnt Ridge Drive, Charleston, in reference to a possible drowning. The call came when neighbors discovered an unresponsive child in their pool. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Quarry Across From Reflection Riding Is A Terrible Idea

The Regional Planning Agency recently passed a rezoning proposal for a quarry across from Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center on the west side of Lookout Creek. Shockingly, this proposal goes to the City Council on Oct. 10 for approval. The residents at Black Creek development and Covenant Logistics are justifiably against this zoning change and have many concerns about ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: MTSU's Biggest Win Ever

There are those among us who believe Tennessee’s 38-33 win over Florida was the biggest win in the South on Saturday but, ah, that’s because they still don’t know that “little” Middle Tennessee State, a 25-point underdog to nationally ranked Miami, just clobbered the proud-and-might Hurricanes in a far-better football game. That’s right, MTSU clobbered No. 25 Miami, 45-31, Saturday ... (click for more)