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Noontunes, Nightfall, Cinematics, Musical Chairs

Music and Entertainment

Noontunes is a weekly, mid-day music performance that in 2018 will move to the brand new Miller Park thanks to our sponsor Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union. This series showcases local talent and offers a platform for artists to be seen and heard Wednesdays, September 19-November 28, from noon-1pm.

 


 

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City Sweat

Exercise

City Sweat offers a beginner-friendly community exercise series that's open to the public and free. The beginner-level classes provide the opportunity for individuals to connect through play and movement. This program is sponsored by Lululemon Athletica. Lululemon is yoga-inspired technical apparel company committed to creating authentic relationships in Chattanooga by contributing to the health, fitness and fun of each community member. Our Ambassadors and inspired community teachers lead through passionate cultivation of their own lives and wellness. Try something new with us. Challenge yourself physically and enjoy our lively City Center in the diverse classes offered throughout the coming seasons.

 


 

A Special Thanks To Our Sponsor

 
 

Basecamp, Startup Week

Innovation

Basecamp is your monthly coworking day in Miller Plaza the first Tuesday of every month April through September with the week long Basecamp event in conjunction with Startup Week Chattanooga in October. During this free event, you'll enjoy co-working space, a speaker series during the lunch hour with some of Chattanooga's finest entrepreneurial minds and other perks like coffee throughout the day where you can experience the buzz of the Innovation District while networking with many like-minded thinkers and doers. Enjoy fast, free Wi-Fi in Miller Plaza courtesy of EPB Fiber Optics and ample charging stations. Coffee and morning pastries are provided by our friends at the Milk and Honey Coffee Bar inside Community Pie.

 


 

A Special Thanks To Our Sponsor

 
 

Pop Up Markets, Food Truck Fridays

Retail and Food

Food Truck Fridays sponsored by Market City Center starts September 28 and will feature food trucks along with a fun arts and cultural program from 11:30am-1:30pm until November 16 in Miller Park. Whether for a holiday like Christmas or just to showcase some of Downtown Chattanooga’s great retailers, Miller Plaza hosts occasional pop-up markets throughout the year.

 


 
 

Noontunes, Nightfall, Cinematics, Musical Chairs

Music and Entertainment

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City Sweat

Exercise

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Basecamp, Startup Week

Innovation

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Upcoming Events

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20Sep
2018

September City Sweat

Exercise

26Sep
2018

Spinster

Music and Entertainment

2Oct
2018

Breakfast & Coffee

Innovation

2Oct
2018

Co-Working Space

Innovation

2Oct
2018

Talk Shop Tuesday with CoLab

Innovation

2Oct
2018

2 O'Clock Pick Me Up Challenge

Innovation

3Oct
2018

Karla Felecia Scaife

Music and Entertainment

10Oct
2018

Stringer's Ridge

Music and Entertainment

11Oct
2018

October City Sweat

Exercise

17Oct
2018

Mary Loves Jazz

Music and Entertainment

24Oct
2018

Floami Fly

Music and Entertainment

31Oct
2018

9th Street Stompers

Music and Entertainment

7Nov
2018

Jesse Jungkurth and the Patron Haints

Music and Entertainment

14Nov
2018

Over Easy

Music and Entertainment

28Nov
2018

Chattanooga Girls Rock Stars

Music and Entertainment @ Miller Park

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20Sep
2018

September City Sweat

Exercise

This Sweat will be held in the BRAND NEW Miller Park! Details will be announced soon!

 
26Sep
2018

Spinster

Music and Entertainment

Sisters Rosalie, Rachel, and Amelia formed the trio, Spinster after unearthing their grandfather’s accordion in a closet and spending several summers learning pop covers on a hodgepodge of acquired instruments, from the mandolin to the washboard, glockenspiel, and upright bass. Spinster melds familial harmony and old-timey sensibilities with pop sounds, reviving classics of doo-wop, 80’s art pop, and 90’s boy band rock. Spinster is writing and recording their first album due to release next year. Spinster collaborated with Chattanooga based Summer Dregs to produce their first single for the album, Feet Are Dirty, a genre-bending mash up of nostalgic, organic sounds and danceable pop beats.

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2Oct
2018

Breakfast & Coffee

Innovation

Enjoy complimentary Milk & Honey coffee and pastries to jump-start your day and work.

 
2Oct
2018

Co-Working Space

Innovation

BYOW (bring your own work) to Miller Plaza and enjoy the benefits of coworking with others in the Innovation District powered by EPB Fiber Optics.

 
2Oct
2018

Talk Shop Tuesday with CoLab

Innovation

About Talk Shop Tuesdays At every Basecamp and the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Edney Innovation Center, The Company Lab hosts Talk Shop Tuesdays for entrepreneurs, employees of startups and self-employed individuals. These events provide an opportunity to network with other self-starters in the community and gain practical knowledge in the world of entrepreneurship. Each session will feature a combination of networking activities, open discussion and speakers on topics ranging from market research to work/life balance to policy changes that affect entrepreneurs.

 
2Oct
2018

2 O'Clock Pick Me Up Challenge

Innovation

Everyone hits that mid-day slump, right? Well, break through it with our 2 O'Clock Pick Me Up Challenge as a part of each Basecamp in Miller Plaza. A different Innovation District company will take on the 2 O'Clock Pick Me Up Challenge to combat the post lunch work blues. At the end of the year, we'll vote on best idea of 2018 which will win an I.D. prize package including gift certificates from coffee shops, restaurants and a free night stay at the Tomorrow Building! Details on this event will be posted closer to the event. Like all Basecamp events, this is free and open to all.

 
3Oct
2018

Karla Felecia Scaife

Music and Entertainment

Karla Felecia Scaife’s voice is characterized by angelic tone and soulful melisma. Singing since she began taking, Karla’s colorful expression captures the hearts of all who listen. Karla is a graduate of the University of TN at Chattanooga and is currently pursuing a Master of Theological Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School. Karla is the author of Healed, For Real, a memoir that can be found exclusively on Amazon.com. “You did it all,” Karla’s first studio project, can be found anywhere digital music is sold. Karla's most recent single, "Free," can also be found anywhere digital music is sold.

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10Oct
2018

Stringer's Ridge

Music and Entertainment

On a cold New Year’s Eve in 2017, three musicians met at John C. Campbell Folk School, became friends, started jamming together, and created a new trio, Stringer’s Ridge, a string band with varying and eclectic influences and a strong focus on mostly instrumental Celtic and Old Time music that could veer off into other genres at a moment’s notice. A recent Chattanooga resident, fiddler Tom Morley has played professionally most of his life in many styles of music. Classically trained, he’s been a concert violinist, toured Europe with New Orleans jazz bands, and has a Gold Album representing his years on stage and in the studio with Country/New Traditionalist singer John Anderson. Tom’s passion for Irish Traditional Music over the past two decades led to the formation of bands that played across the country and inspired him to write a book on the subject. His wife, Fran Morley, picked up the bodhrán (the Irish drum) around the same time and has played alongside him in concerts and pub sessions in Ireland, England, Scotland, Holland, Canada, and throughout the Southeast US. Guitarist Bryant Haynes has been painting harmonic tapestries and helping to keep the beat for a long time. A physics and chemistry teacher by day at GPS (where he’s been for two decades), he pounds out a strong, steady rhythm, both with guitar and his feet. He’s known to sing a bit, and if you’re in the audience, you may find yourself singing along, too.

 
11Oct
2018

October City Sweat

Exercise

Details will be announced soon!

 
17Oct
2018

Mary Loves Jazz

Music and Entertainment

Mary of "MaryLovesJazz" is a soulful jazz vocalist. She is an aspiring Jazz Artist who is currently working on a project release. In addition to singing on stage, she recently portrayed Nettie in “The Color Purple Musical”. She has performed at The Bessie Smith Cultural Center, The Camp House, Jazzanooga, The Hunter Museum, Miller Plaza and Night Fall with the "Voices" of The Creative Underground.

 
24Oct
2018

Floami Fly

Music and Entertainment

Floami Fly is a hip hop artist, songwriter, and performer from Chattanooga, TN. Floami (pronounced FLO-AH-ME FLY) began writing and pursuing music professionally in 2010, and has since performed in Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoxville, and Nashville, TN; in various clubs and festivals in the Southeast region of the United States. In 2012, Floami Fly was named artist of the week by Chattanooga Hip Hop Radio Station, Power 94. Fly has also appeared in Misadventures Magazine Music Review in 2014 as an artist to watch. In 2014, Floami was invited to perform at Chattanooga's annual music festival "Nightfall", as a featured guest in SoCro's set. In 2017, Fly received praise and acclamation from Chattanooga’s weekly alternative magazine “The Pulse” and Chattanooga's online newspaper Nooga.com for her debut album ASYLUM. The production took an investigative look at mental illness, addiction, and reconciliation, and garnered a sold out crowd. In the fall of 2017, Floami placed first in the 3rd edition of the Atlanta based competition"The Bar Exam", earning her the right to perform at Atlanta's A3C Festival alongside other National Bar Exam champions.

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31Oct
2018

9th Street Stompers

Music and Entertainment

The 9th Street Stompers are an outfit of well-dressed no-counts chopping on acoustic instruments and singing about life, death, love, and liquor. Hailing from Chattanooga, Tennessee, they cull up the musical scenery of an era when the lines between swing, gypsy jazz, blues, rockabilly, and tango weren’t nearly as hard and fast as the drinking and dancing. Steering clear of much of the novelty and kitsch associated with pre-war music, they choose to demonstrate the modern relevance of their chosen medium.

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7Nov
2018

Jesse Jungkurth and the Patron Haints

Music and Entertainment

The Patron Haints are led by the adorably roguish Jesse James Jungkurth. Speaking to the heartbreaking ethos of old country with a modern hipster vibe, the gritty, yet sexy, vocal stylings and poetic lyrics will cut straight through your soul. Mixing the country twang of your childhood with the reggae funk of the islands, they emerge with a rock spirit that will titillate your ears and move your heart. Take a break from the soul-crushing daily grind and open your ears to music that will delight your senses and blow your mind.

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14Nov
2018

Over Easy

Music and Entertainment

Suspended somewhere over The Tennessee River is the sound of a band tearing apart and rearranging their countless influences, the sound of reinvention and adaptation that follows in the wake of a steady progressive rock heartbeat. And Chattanooga, TN outfit Over Easy is the source of that dense and complicated noise, a band that favors experimentation and the clatter of an especially good guitar riff thrown against a studio wall. Their gift for technical proficiency runs parallel to a particularly determined line of rock inspiration, one that allows the band, built around the combined abilities of singer-guitarist Adam Stone, singer-guitarist Caleb Saunders, bassist Chris Witt, saxophonist Austin Stone, and drummer Brady Sherrill, to draw from different periods of its storied history to fashion a unique and fascinating look into the roots and foundations of progressive rock.

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28Nov
2018

Chattanooga Girls Rock Stars

Music and Entertainment @ Miller Park

Chattanooga Girls Rock was born out of a sincere belief in the transformational effect of a music education (tailored to a wide variety of learning styles, musical interests, and abilities), a commitment to fostering a more diverse and uplifting music scene in Chattanooga, and a desire to provide girls with positive adult mentors and a supportive community where they can feel free to be exactly who they are. CGR Stars are a band comprised of female volunteers, instructors, and adults involved with the Chattanooga Girls Rock Organization whose mission is to empower young women through music. Everyone at CGR looks forward to a world in which girls are encouraged to pursue their interests without the notion that some dreams are out of their reach, where support and teamwork replace competition and acrimony, and girls and women are never afraid to rock with abandon!

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