Friends and family of local Chattanooga musician, Hunter White, will gather Saturday, Sept. 30, for the fifth annual Hunter’s Gift. It is a musical gathering held in memory of Hunter White and to raise awareness of suicide prevention. The event will host a lineup of local musicians.
It will be from 7-10 p.m. at Tremont Tavern, 1203 Hixson Pike.
Along with Mr. White’s family and friends, local musicians Butch Ross and Amber Fults, David Morris, Tiffany Taylor, Jon Wimpee, BJ Hightower, Hara Paper, Mini Fridge and Adam Staudacher and Bexy Ribiero will perform.
Set during Suicide Prevention Month, the event aims to bring awareness and provide resources for those who may be struggling while also providing comfort to White’s loved ones.
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