Help out the Chattanooga Autism Center with a St. Paddy's-style blowout
It’s that time of year again when, for a short time, the streets are awash in a sea of green (clothing, mostly). St. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday, Mar. 17, but the Honest Pint is starting the celebration a little early with their second annual “Party on the Parkway” on Saturday, Mar. 14.
A fundraising event, this year’s celebration is raising money for the Chattanooga Autism Center and will feature two tracks of entertainment, one inside and one outdoors. All of Patton Parkway becomes a festival as the outdoor stage features the talents of such favorites as Scenic, Cadillac Saints and the Nim Nims, plus a special charity wrestling event presented by New Reality Wrestling.
Meanwhile, the indoor stage will see performances from Nick Lutsko, the Molly Maguires, Smooth Dialects and Opposite Box. The daylong party will culminate in a performance by the headlining act, Grammy-nominated Mutemath.
Admission is $15. The outdoor portion is all ages and children are admitted free with a parent. You must be 21 to attend the shows inside. Show time is scheduled from 4 p.m. to midnight and tickets are available now via eventbrite.com.
Additionally, the Honest Pint will be presenting Paddy’s Day Proper on the 17th, featuring John Laithim and Friends, Celtic Keg Stand and the Molly Maguires with special guests The Wolfhounds. Admission to that event is $5 after 5 p.m. or FREE if you wear a St. Paddy’s on the Parkway shirt.