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This Friday, professional theater actor and musician Dylan Kussman will be doing a reading of the classic tale “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” by Dylan Thomas at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga. Thomas, a Welsh poet, wrote this ... Read more

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There is nothing better than the day after Thanksgiving. Why, you ask? Because to a lot of people, it is basically Christmas every day from there on out. And what better way to kick off the holiday season than bonfires, live music, fireworks, and ... Read more

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Living in Chattanooga is a whirlwind of live music, theatrical performances, arts festivals, comedy shows, and one open-mic night after another. This town is not only scenic, but artistic, musical, and fun in every way. Every single night without ... Read more

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This Saturday, experience Four Shillings Short taking a trip back in time as they perform traditional music from all over the world. According to their website, Four Shillings Short performs a mix of “traditional and original music from the ... Read more

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The annual Chattanooga Music Club will host its annual Holiday Spectacular this coming Tuesday at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium. The free event will feature Dr. Patrick Scott performing on the Mighty Austin Organ, with the UTC ... Read more

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The block party of the year is returning this Saturday. Glass Street LIVE! is a town favorite, known for a family friendly environment and cool entertainment. With the event in its sixth year, its organizers—Glass House Collective and partner ... Read more

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End the Halloween season on a spooky high note with your family at Acres of Darkness this weekend. Acres of Darkness has been making families happy for a few years now, and this year will be filled with all the horror and kid-friendly activities ... Read more

Halloween Guide

Chattanooga’s indie art house, the Palace Theater, is hosting local favorite The Dylan Kussman Band (The DKB) this Saturday for a night of mayhem. This blues, rock, funk hybrid will be dressed up in the spirit of Halloween for the Costume Bash ... Read more

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There are only two days left to experience the family-friendly Eerie Express train ride at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum. Be sure to catch the train this Friday or Saturday. The 90-minute train ride features storytelling, tours through the ... Read more

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Go back in time to your childhood of flying kites when you visit the Sculpture Fields at Montague Park this Saturday. Sculpture Fields is partnering with River City Kites for the incredible Spooktacular Sculptures in the Sky. The high-flying ... Read more

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Every Friday and Saturday night until October 26 the city of Ringgold Parks and Recreation team will host the town’s spookiest event. And aside from the clowns with bloody smiles, the Haunted Depot is quite enjoyable. The night begins peacefully ... Read more

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Chattanooga’s diversity in music and arts knows no limits. Discover your new favorite dance party when GlowRage makes its way to Chattanooga this Saturday. Chattanooga is a target city for music and electronic dance music is no exception. EDM is ... Read more

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Over 20,000 square feet of pure terror is deceptively hidden in a seemingly innocent location. What used to house a grocery store is now home to the #1 fan-voted haunt in the nation on It’s election season for mayor in the eerie ... Read more

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A celebration is in order for The Association of Visual Arts, because this month marks 30 years they’ve been dedicated to inspiration and art. An extension of last month’s “The Art of Fashion” exhibition at AVA is coming to Moxy Chattanooga on ... Read more

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Kick off the Fall season by heading over to Ross’s Landing this weekend for 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival on Friday and Saturday.  Twelve bands are coming together for two days to celebrate the bluegrass history and culture of Tennessee (and beyond). Read more

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The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) immerses visitors in the wonders of artistic talent, and this Friday evening will be no different as they host the “Art of Fashion” opening reception to showcase fashion as an art form at their gallery on ... Read more

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A brand-new way to enjoy local music will make its way to Chattanooga beginning this Friday. The Chattanooga Song Circle will have its first concert at The Bluegrass Grill, and from then on concerts will be held every other Friday at the same ... Read more

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For 14 years Taqueria Jalisco has provided authentic Mexican cuisine to the people of Chattanooga. The first 13 years of this restaurant’s life were spent using a food truck and small dining space. After years of hard work and patience, they ... Read more

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Satisfy the need to “Get Your Hands Dirty” this Saturday at Scenic City Clay Arts. If you’re getting tired of the same weekend routine, break out of your comfort zone, try something new, and come out of it with a new skill. On this night, you ... Read more

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This Thursday, come experience the other-worldly sounds of the theremin and lap steel guitar at Barking Legs Theater. Duo Scott Burland and Frank Schultz have been performing together for more than 13 years, exposing crowds to sounds that mimic ... Read more

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