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Top Events Happening in Chattanooga this Weekend

Weekend Top 5: September 30 - October 2 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival Sept 30-Oct 1 I 6pm - 10pm I Ross' Landing Combining both traditional and contemporary bluegrass, this annual festival appeals to a wide age range and has featured some of the biggest names in bluegrass. Boot Scootin' For Books…

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CHA Spotlight: Musician Frank B and Restaurant Six18

Who: Anyone who loves live music and great southern cuisine! What: Six18 restaurant and lounge takes on southern soul food, but with a modern twist! The live music from local artists like saxophonist Frank B., patio, and martini room make this a spot you do not want to miss. When: Open…

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Tried and True Thrifting in Chattanooga

Thrift shopping can be pretty hit or miss. You can never be sure what you’re walking into. And finding a store with great items can be a challenge, to say the least. So, to help soothe some thrifting anxieties, let me introduce you to four Chattanooga area thrift stores you can be sure won’t throw…

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CHA Spotlight: Chattanooga Selfie Museum

Who: Anyone who loves taking pictures! What: The Chattanooga Selfie Museum has 25 different selfie rooms and colorful walls that are perfect for fun shoots, family fun, and professional photography. When: Open Thursdays-Sundays! Where: Located in downtown Chattanooga on Williams Street. Why: This…

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Celebrate Black Music Month with Sidewalk Stages

We love celebrating the diversity of the Culture, Heritage, and Arts in the Chattanooga community! That’s why we are excited to share SoundCorps’ Sidewalk stages. SoundCorps is a local nonprofit that presents Sidewalk Stages each year in the summer months. This street performance initiative is…

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How to Celebrate Juneteenth in Chattanooga

Juneteenth, The Oldest Holiday Posted by Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts & Ideas on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 Juneteenth, observed annually on June 19, is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. The holiday is also known as Jubilee Day…

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CHA Spotlight: Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Chattanooga Theatre Centre Who: Anyone who loves the theater and the performing arts. What: The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is one of the largest and oldest centers of its kind in the southeast. Surviving the Great Depression and two World Wars. When: Check out great theatrical productions…

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Chattanooga's Sounds of Summer

The weather is warmer and the nights are longer - spring and summer have arrived. With the changing of the seasons comes an amazing array of festivals in the Scenic City. From the riverfront to the Southside, and everywhere in between, there are a variety of ways to enjoy live music in Chattanooga…

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Four Ideas for Valentine's Getaways to Chattanooga

FOODIES Where to Stay Located in the West Village in the heart of downtown, The Westin is a great place for any couple. But foodies will particularly appreciate their in-house eateries, Paloma Bar de Tapas and Alimentari Cucina. Head up to the 10th floor to Paloma to enjoy a glass of Spanish wine…

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