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Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, August 11, 2022
Moon River is almost here, held Sept. 10-11 at Coolidge Park.  Look for Chattanooga Live Music (Facebook) promotion for free access.
Moon River is almost here, held Sept. 10-11 at Coolidge Park. Look for Chattanooga Live Music (Facebook) promotion for free access.
- photo by 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.   
 
10-Aug Big River Grille w/ Shawnessey w/3's Company at 5:30 PM
10-Aug 1885 Grill - St. Elmo w/ Sips, Dips, and Maya Trippe on the Patio at 6 PM
10-Aug Moon Roof Bar at Harvest Moon w/ Justin Tyme Live at 7 PM
10-Aug Barking Legs Theater - Wednesday Jazz: Matt Turnure Trio at 7 PM
10-Aug Tivoli Theatre w/ Christopher Cross: 40th Anniversary Tour at 7:30 PM
11-Aug Big River Grille w/ Thursday's w/Aaron Carney at 5:30 PM
11-Aug 1885 Grill - St.
Elmo w/ Eric Kirkendoll Live on the Patio at 6 PM
11-Aug Bar Watson w/ LIVE MUSIC Bike Night at 6 PM
11-Aug Backstage on Station Street w/ Joey Winslett Band at 7 PM
11-Aug Gate 11 Distillery w/ Downes Brendan at 7 PM
11-Aug Farm to Fork w/ Thirsty Thursday @ The Farm: Grizzly Fowler at 7 PM
11-Aug Wanderlinger Brewing w/ A Night of Improv at 7:30 PM
11-Aug HiFi Clyde's on Main w/ Danimal Planet at 7:30 PM
11-Aug The Diving Mouse w/ Open Mic/Stage w FRO at 8 PM
12-Aug Nightfall Music Series - Miller Park at 6:30 PM
12-Aug Level Up Arcade & Billiards (East Ridge) w/ We Rise To Fall at 8 PM
12-Aug Memorial w/ Rock105 - A Day To Remember & Beartooth & Bad Omens at 7 PM
12-Aug Farm to Fork (Ringgold) - White Noise at 8:30 PM
12-Aug Mountain Arts Community Center (Signal Mtn) w/ Jeff Miller at 8 PM
12-Aug Bus Bar (Ocoee) w/Bad Tattoo at 7:30 PM
12-Aug Puckett's w/ Anna Baldree at 8 PM
12-Aug HiFi Clyde's on Main w/ Jess Goggans at 9 PM
12-Aug Wanderlinger Brewing w/ 80's Contest Costume and Dance Night at 9 PM
12-Aug Gate 11 Distillery w/ Jason Lyles at 8 PM
12-Aug The Diving Mouse (Cleveland) w/ Second Wind at 9 PM
12-Aug The Dark Roast w/ Family Funktion Benefit Show (various bands) at 9 PM
12-Aug Buds Sports Bar w/ Black Cat Moon at 9 PM (Night 1)
13-Aug Buds Sports Bar w/ Black Cat Moon at 9 PM (Night 2)
13-Aug Rabbit Valley Farmers Market (Ringgold) w/ Evan Kennedy Trio at 11 AM.
13-Aug Flintstone Market w/ Jayhawk Festival w/ Songwriters (Cart & Seoul Restr.) at 11 AM
Ben Birchfield, Mulrtide, Winston Craig Wallin, Jack Endelouz, Jesse Knowles, Matthew Paul Revere, Casey Adams, and Uncle Lightin’ 
 
13-Aug Mad Life Brew (St Elmo) Jayhawk Festival w/ Songwriters at 5 until 11
Lars Nagel, Tom Cheshire, Diane Coll, The ExLaws, Tommy Prine, Mic Harrison & High Score, and Sweet Ga Brown
13-Aug Gate 11 Distillery w/ Distillery Divas at 8:30 PM
13-Aug Level Up Arcade (East Ridge) w/ We Rise To Fall, Twisted Delusion & Creatio at 5:30 PM
13-Aug Backstage on Station Street w/ Tim Lewis at 7 PM 
13-Aug Riverfront Nights - Ross's Landing w/ Tennessee's Dead | Oweda at 7 PM
13-Aug Ringgold Depot Opry presents Low Down Revival at 7 PM
13-Aug HiFi Clyde's on Main w/ High Heat at 9 PM
13-Aug Mad Knight Brewing Co w/Tommy Prine at 7 PM
13-Aug Puckett's Songwriters w/ LA Masengill & Ceefor at 8 PM
13-Aug Walker Theatre w/ John Hiatt & The Goners featuring Sonny Landreth at 8 PM
13-Aug Doc Holidays Bar & Grill w/Stacy Wilson & The Band Raven at 8 PM
13-Aug The Signal presents The Emo Night Tour at 8 PM
13-Aug Farm To Fork (Ringgold) w/ Courtney Daly & The Daly Grind at 8:30 PM
13-Aug The Diving Mouse w/ Dos Fuegos at 9 PM
13-Aug Wanderlinger Brewing w/ Chef Boyarbeatz, Leet, and Dough.Jo at 9 PM
13-Aug Level Up Arcade (East Ridge) w/ Dj Dance Party /Dj Cito at 9:30 PM
13-Aug The Bus Bar w/Tradition is Legendary - Rollin in the Hay Live at 10 PM
14-Aug 1885 Grill - (St. Elmo) Sunday Brunch with Amber Fults on the Patio at noon.
14-Aug Chattanooga Market w/ Tropic Sol at the 12:30 PM
15-Aug The Dark Roast w/ Grateful Dead Mondays with Chants in the Void at 8 PM
16-Aug Tremont Tavern w/ Open Mic Mike McDade at 8 PM
16-Aug 1885 Grill - St. Elmo w/ Gino Fanelli on the Patio at 6 PM
16-Aug JJ's Bohemia w/ Holy Wave, Wolves Asleep at 9 PM
16-Aug The Dark Roast w/ The Dover Brothers / Lewis & Clark at 9 PM
17-Aug 1885 Grill - St. Elmo w/ Mark Andrew at 6 PM
17-Aug Wanderlinger Brewing w/ Open Mic at 7 PM
17-Aug Bud's Sports Bar w/ Rick Stone at 7 PM
17-Aug Barking Legs w/ Wednesday Jazz: Dexter Bell & Friends at 7 PM
17-Aug The Signal w/ Aaron Lewis and the Stateliners at 8 PM
17-Aug Cherry Street Tavern w/ Dope Skum & Primeval Well at 9 PM

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Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events


U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn and Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) introduced the bipartisan American Music Fairness Act to ensure artists and music creators receive fair compensation for the use of ... (click for more)

The School of Music at Southern Adventist University invites the community to enjoy a Symphony Orchestra Concert on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists. ... (click for more)

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music events through Wednesday. Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event. 22-Sep The Diving Mouse (Cleveland) Open Mic w/ ... (click for more)



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