January 5, 2019
Location: Songbirds South Stage 9-12pm
If you love 80's music this is the band for you. They are interactive, get the audience involved and can keep the party wang chunging all night long! ...They create the biggest dance party imaginable.The character-based band has PeeWee Herman, The Karate Kid, and Star Bright all on lead vocals. The video screen behind them keeps that MTV vibe going through the over two-hour performance.
Frozen in Chattanooga's West Village
Don't hold it back anymore and join us on 8th Street for our al fresco screening of FROZEN!
On January 5th, we will close 8th Street for fun and games at 4:00 and offer an al fresco screening of Disney's 'Frozen' at 6:00. Grab your blankets, camping chairs, and a cup of hot cocoa, and meet us in the heart of downtown Chattanooga. The cold never bothered us anyway. P.S. - Admission is FREE
Dread Hallows New Years Eve (Last Chance)
Supernatural beasts trapped within the Dark Realm of the Belle Royale Hotel crave your attendance for a New Year's haunt you'll never forget on Dec 29th and Jan 5th 7-10pm
WARNING: Extreme Haunt Attraction! Not recommended for children under 12.
Whose Line Chattanooga
You wanna know whose line it is? It's YOUR'S Chattanooga! Just like that famous TV show, we'll take audience suggestions, call up volunteers, and get random submissions to play a bunch of improv games.For each one of these Short Form games, we get a suggestion from the audience and use it to create a scene. The catch? Each game has one or more rules that make the scenes hard for the actors, and hilarious for the audience.
New Choice - Actors start their scene, but whenever the bell rings, they have to back up and redo the last thing they just said or did.
Family Dinner - We get someone from the audience and they cast the actors as family members that they would normally have dinner with. The audience member rings a bell when an actor does something in character, and honks a horn when they do something out of character. (Yeah, it’s complicated, but hilarious.)
ABC - Think you know your alphabet? Our actors usually don’t! In this game, each line of the scene has to start with the next letter of the alphabet. (It’s a lot harder than it sounds.)
Trust us, if you’ve only experienced Improv on the small screen with “Whose Line,” you’ll love it live and in person!
Live on West Main St
Jan 4th 10-1am
Milele Roots a Chattanooga Staple. Original and Reggae Standards - From 60's, 70's 80's, 90's and thousands... It's Reggaelicious! Need some Positive Vibrations. Come feel the sounds.
Live music at Clydes - Diamond Dogs: A David Bowie Tribute
Jan 5th 10-1pm
A live and loving tribute to one of the greatest rock stars of all time by a group of all-star musicians who are coming together to cover many of Bowie's biggest hits, from "Space Oddity" to "Let's Dance," along with an ample portion of deep cuts.
Chattanooga Pipe Club Meeting
Join us for our monthly meeting on Friday, January 4th. We’ll have coffee and hot tea along with top shelf tobaccos of nearly every description for sampling. Meeting begins at 7:30 in the Davidoff Lounge of Burns Tobacconist, 723 Cherry Street, Chattanooga, TN.
Join Anime Blast Chattanooga and MomoCon for a Chattanooga cosplay spectacular at Ice on the Landing!
Who: Open to all
What: Ice Skating & Photoshoot
When: Saturday, Jan. 5th, 3pm-6pm
Where: Ice on the Landing
Costs: Photoshoot, free. The park charges a rink fee and a small skate rental fee, if you wish to skate.
*photo from 2017 taken by Eric J Williams Photography at Chattanooga Cosplayers on Ice*
MomoCon and Anime Blast will be invading Chattanooga for fun on-and-off the ice! Door prizes will be given away, courtesy of MomoCon on Tour. A photographer will also be onsite to capture the days events. Cosplayers are asked to leave all weapon-props at home for this very-public event.
The photoshoot is free, but skating has a fee (including skate rental). All costume types are welcome, and we will be taking many shots in and around the rink and the surrounding areas.
Bohemian Rhapsody at the Tivoli
The Tivoli Theater Foundation, with its history of film, is excited to announce The Bobby Stone Film Series at the Tivoli. Named in honor of Chattanooga native and Tivoli Theatre Foundation Director Emeritus Bobby Stone, this unique series will bring film back to the Tivoli with the spirit of Bobby’s expert eye and passion for film, featuring both first run and classic titles. Films will include arthouse and other distinctive programming reflective of Bobby’s love of cinema and his own skill in cinematography and capture of light. These showings would not be possible without recent generous contributions towards the installation of new equipment and a renovated projection room.
All tickets are General Admission. $12 Adults | $10 for Children (12 and under) | $10 for Seniors