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Top Events Happening in Chattanooga this Weekend

Weekend Top 5: April 19-21 Looking for things to do in Chattanooga this weekend? We've got you! 4 Bridges Arts Festival April 19 to 21| 10 AM to 5 PM | 4 Bridge Kick off your spring with ART! Join us for the 24th annual 4 Bridges Arts Festival. Dive into the First Horizon Pavilion April 20-21, 2024…

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Find Easter Fun in Chattanooga

Still trying to figure out this year’s Easter plans? Your search is done! Join one of the biggest egg hunts in Chattanooga, celebrate spring with the animals at the Zoo, brunch your way through town, or grab your basket and search for artisanal eggs in an adult-only egg hunt + happy hour. Check out…

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Dinner and a Show: Make an Evening of these Holiday Performances

Dinner and a show. It’s the quintessential pairing. There’s no shortage of shows to enjoy in Chattanooga this December, so why not make a whole night of it? Check out our recommended dinner + show pairings with a meal at one of our favorite restaurants—all within walking distance of your evening or…

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Find Fall Family Fun in Chattanooga

The leaves are crisp, the air is slowly getting its chill, and we are ready for fall fun with the whole family! Whether you're looking for some family-friendly haunts this Halloween with ChattaBOOga or have a personal goal to visit pumpkin patches, devour fall fair food, and soak up all the season…

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CHA Spotlight: Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium

Who: Anyone who loves live shows. What: The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium is a historic auditorium dedicated on November 11, 1922, Veterans Day, as Chattanooga’s living memorial to those who have served in the armed forces. When: Throughout the year check out full-scale theatrical…

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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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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Chattanooga

It's time for some Saint Patrick's Day shenanigans! The fun doesn't stop with parades, parties, cocktail classes, and more. Chattanooga has a variety of offerings for both family and friends, day and night. Channel your inner Irish spirit, get outside, and you may just find a pot of gold! St…

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Get Spooky In Chattanooga This Halloween

Looking for ways to get spooky in Chattanooga this Halloween? Look no further, we have compiled a list of Chattanooga's most thrilling events for anyone wanting to get their spook on. ChattaBOOga offers a little something for everyone ranging from family-friendly events to adult-only experiences…

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