Find Chattanooga Events

Showing 1 - 5 of 66 results

  • Blowing Springs Farm

    Blowing Springs Farm
    thru Sun. Oct 27th

    at Blowing Springs Farm

    Celebrating 18 years of 10 acres of fall family fun at Blowing Springs Farm! Enjoy a full day of fun for the whole family with a visit to Chattanooga’s best-kept fall secret! Blowing Springs Farm is nestled at the foot of Lookout Mountain, just six miles from downtown Chattanooga. Go on a hayride, get lost in the new corn maze design and play one of the new...

  • Dread Hollow: A Town Divided

    Dread Hollow: A Town Divided
    thru Thu. Oct 31st

    at Dread Hollow

    A legendary, fright-filled evening at Dread Hollow is a Chattanooga tradition. Named 2018’s #1 fan favorite haunt in the nation on, the nightmare returns in 2019 with three all-new terrifying haunts and new escape rooms. Open select nights, Sept 27 – Oct. 31. For tickets and details, go to

  • Jewelry Fundamentals: Soldering Jewelry with a Torch – Four Part Morning Series

    Jewelry Fundamentals: Soldering Jewelry with a Torch – Four Part Morning Series
    thru Thu. Oct 24th

    at The Chattery at Chattanooga Workspace

    The Jewelry Fundamentals sessions are for those who want to explore and learn more intensive jewelry making skillsets. This hands on series will focus on the basics of soldering metals together using an acetylene and/or a butane torch to create jewelry. Over time, this month long series will expand to include both beginning and more advanced students as...

  • Rock City’s Rocktoberfest

    Rock City’s Rocktoberfest
    thru Sun. Oct 27th

    at Rock City Gardens

    Get in touch with Rock City’s German heritage during the 14th annual Rocktoberfest. Rock City Square will be transformed for a celebration of harvests and fall foliage. This premiere autumn festival includes live German music, polka lessons, German food, the Fall Fairy, Ik the Troll King and fun for the whole family. Also see the Birds of Prey in action!...

  • Noel Anderson: Blak Origin Moment

    Noel Anderson: Blak Origin Moment
    thru Sun. Jan 12th

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Noel Anderson is known for his explorations into the evolving makeup of black male identity through the me­dium of textiles. Using found imagery from various media and archives, including television and magazine, Anderson adds, subtracts, manipulates and distorts the original pictures, which are then woven into tapestries. ...

What is this?

Chattanooga Bridge is lovingly maintained by a small group of Chattanoogans who want to connect locals and tourists to all that our city has to offer.

Know something we don't?

Submit an event