Chattanooga has lately been getting press for its exceptional outdoor sports and activities—but a brand new start-up company, 423PK (423 Press Kit) is attempting to bring Chattanooga’s music scene to the forefront for tourists and locals alike. 423PK’s goal is building a business that will help connect Chattanoogans to musical entertainment within the city. Looking to raise funds for start-up costs, the company has been treating the city to fundraisers throughout the month of March. Come Mar. 28 at 6 p.m., 423PK’s fourth and final fundraiser will take place at Lindsay Street Music Hall.
The evening will feature both musical acts and artists to spotlight local talent, kicking off with a silent art auction of pieces by local artists and creators. Acoustic performances by Keith Crisp, Nathan Wootens Music, Jack Kirton, and Courtney Holder will follow. After the acoustic acts, the night’s lineup will continue with a performance by Hazes and Gorgeous and Monomath. Beer will be provided by Chattanooga Brewing Company and Lindsay Street Music Hall will provide liquor.
Drink, bid and be merry while supporting local artists and musicians—and while you’re at it, help to promote Chattanooga’s music awareness.
— Leith Tigges