Toneharm celebrates a decade at the Revelry Room
Chattanooga comes alive with musical talents almost every night of the week, and just because the holidays are drawing nearer, and every day it gets colder doesn’t mean the city’s taking a break from nightlife.
This Thanksgiving, eat up, because you’re going to work it all off Friday night at Revelry Room as they play host to not one, but three DJs on Nov. 27. Chattanooga’s very own Toneharm is celebrating their tenth anniversary, and it’s sure to be a crazy good time.
Born of three Chattanooga DJs, State Looper, Scratch Dent, and Archbishop, Toneharm has been blending genres for a while now, mixing heavy beats on the turntables with “fine malted beats” for a dancing good time.
After beating up the dance scene for the last decade with their incredible vibe, Toneharm’s ready to bring it home for the party of the holiday season.
Consider them Christmas lights since their electronic dance music would light up any party. It’s an 18-and-older show, so kids, sit this one out. Tickets are $10 at the door and in advance.
Toneharm 10th Anniversary
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
41 E. 14th St.