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Friday Rundown: September 28th

Lauren Daigle

September 29, 2018

Location: The Tivoli Theatre

Two-time GRAMMY Award nominee Lauren Daigle is back. After bursting onto the scene in 2015 with her platinum selling debut album How Can It Be, Lauren returns with a brand new album, Look Up Child, a new single “You Say”, and a 40-city tour presented by AEG. The album is now available for preorder through Amazon (LINK), iTunes (LINK), and with every ticket purchase for Lauren’s headline tour. Exclusive presale packages are also available at

Blowing Springs Farm in Flintstone, GA featuring Rock City’s Enchanted MAiZE

Dates vary between September 28, 2018 - October 28, 2018

Celebrating 17 years of 10 acres of fall family fun down on the farm at Blowing Springs Farm! Rock City’s fall attraction in the valley below Lover’s Leap: each year a new cornfield maze design that will intrigue adventurers! Find fall fun with activities for the whole family! Get lost in the corn, go on a hayride or cow train ride, take aim with a corn slingshot, pet some animals at the Critter Corral and more! This event was selected as a Top 20 Event for 2017 by Southeast Tourism Society. $10 (ages 3 & under, FREE) Farm admission includes 4 Activity Tokens.

Apple Festival

September 30, 2018

Location: First Tennessee Pavilion

It’s prime time for APPLES at the Chattanooga Market! Local really is better and you’ll taste the difference. Apple cake, apple jelly, apple pie, even apple candles – you get the idea! Plus, fall activities for the whole family!

Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga

September 30, 2018

Location: Ross's Landing - Chattanooga Pier

The Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga is one of 11 full races in the IRONMAN® U.S. Series. IRONMAN Chattanooga leads athletes through a 2.4-mile swim in the Tennessee River, 112-mile bike through the valley and 26.2-mile run on a course that utilizes a variety of Chattanooga’s scenic areas. There will be a USD professional prize purse.

Cosmic Charlie

September 29, 2018

Location: Songbirds South Stage

"Truckin in Style" Cosmic Charlie was born in the musical Mecca of Athens, Georgia. From its summer 1999 inception, the band has been swiftly cementing its reputation as a band that puts a unique and personal twist on the Grateful Dead catalogue.

Le Petit Marche - West Village Market

Recurring weekly on Saturday

See some of your favorite vendors both old and new at Le Petit Marché - West Village Market! Vendors line 8th Street with plenty of room to peruse foods, goods, gifts, and more!

Signal Mtn. Nursery Fall Festival

September 29, 2018

Celebrate the season at the Signal Mtn. Nursery Fall Festival. This free all day family event is a great way to kick back on an autumn afternoon.

The Ugly Dinner

September 29, 2018

Location: Syrup and Eggs

The Ugly Dinner is presented by the Main St Farmers Market to bring awareness to food waste and to encourage the use of less perfect fruits and vegetables. A special menu prepared by a local culinary team will take typically wasted, discarded, or composted food items and create a delicious and memorable dinner that encourages the diner to reconsider what place these "ugly" foods might have on our plate. A majority of the food items will come from local farms and food artisans, this is farm-to-table like you have never seen! There will be drinks available from the Bitter Bottle, Heaven and Ale, and a special cocktail from Mad Priest. We anticipate a lot of great conversation surrounding this unique event.This event is a fundraiser for the Main St Farmers Market, a 501c5 non-profit organization committed to sustainable agriculture and providing a direct sales outlet for local farmers and food artisans. The market operates year round and provides marketing, advertising, space, and regular events to connect our valued vendors to the Chattanooga community. We hope to enhance the market with educational activities and food focused events to keep the very important conversation of local food going strong.

Dread Hollow

Dates vary between September 28, 2018 - October 31, 2018

Location: Ruby Falls

From the award-winning masterminds behind Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern, Dread Hollow delivers a new evolution of terror with an extreme haunt experience recommended for ages 12 and up. With over 20,000 square feet of horror and intense fear tactics. Dread Hollow was voted as the #1 “Must-See Haunt” in Tennessee in 2017 on For tickets and information, go to

Food Truck Friday's, Culture Fest: Music & Dance from Around the World

September 28, 2018

Location: Miller Park

Come enjoy Culture Fest, music and dance in beautiful Miller Park. Come experience the rich cultural diversity of Chattanooga through arts, food, dance, and live music during your lunch hour! With a newly opened park, there will also be a new slate of events and programs to be found in Downtown Chattanooga’s Miller Park including Food Truck Fridays sponsored by Market City Center. Food Truck Fridays will happen every Friday, September 28 through November 16 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at 928 Market Street. In addition to the Rolling J’s, Chatterbox, Clumpie’s and Go Gyro Go food trucks and cart that will be located on Market Street right beside Miller Park, each Friday will feature a different arts and cultural organization concluded by a local vendor fair to build community in the new public space. Not only can you get great local food from the food trucks or one of the many surrounding restaurants to enjoy but also you get to enjoy local musicians and entertainers on your lunch break, free of charge.

Forever Abbey Road: A Night of Classic Beatles Music

September 28, 2018

Location: Songbirds North Stage

A High Energy Beatles & British Invasion ExperienceForever Abbey Road is comprised of five professional Nashville musicians who work hard at creating a unique show that demonstrates what the Beatles might sound like if they were around today

Lanterns & Legends

Recurring weekly on Friday, Saturday until October 27, 2018

Discover the legends surrounding Raccoon Mountain and experience the cave like explorers of the past. The overhead lights will be turned off and you will carry a lantern to light your way on this adventure. Tours are Friday & Saturday nights, 7 pm

Wine N Shine 6th Annual

September 28, 2018

Location: The Peyton

Join us as we celebrate sound for the 6th Annual Wine N Shine. Tickets include Bluegrass, BBQ, wine & moonshine and craft beer. $40 in advance, $50 at the door. The event is supported by Downtown Sertoma and proceeds benefit Chattanooga's local organization, The Speech & Hearing Center and Deaf Services.

Alpine Crest Elementary Fall Festival

September 28, 2018

Come celebrate with us at the annual Alpine Crest Elementary Fall Festival Friday, September 28! There will be inflatables, a chili cook off, petting zoo, silent auction, food vendors and so much more.

Cambridge Square Night Market

Recurring weekly on Friday until September 28, 2018

The Cambridge Square Night Market provides a family-friendly destination during the warm

summer nights.

ChattaBrew Tour

Recurring weekly on Friday

On each ChattaBrew Tour, you’ll visit three of Chattanooga’s craft breweries and taste their signature brews and seasonal selections.


Alex Johnson

Chattanooga, TN

What a great team. So helpful, professional, and friendly.​ 

I'll be recommending the Edrington Team to everyone I know!​

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