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published on 06/05/2007

2007 Riverbend Festival Kicks Off

Downtown Partnership

Celtic Woman: A New Journey will be at Chattanooga’s Memorial Auditorium for one performance only: Monday, June 4th at 8:00 pm. Celtic Woman features the very special talents of four Irish female vocalists and a very exciting fiddle player. Tickets are on sale now online at and at the Memorial Auditorium box office. To charge tickets by phone, call 642-TIXS.

The Chattanooga Lookouts take on the Huntsville Stars this Monday, June 4th, through Wednesday, June 6th. All games are at 7:15 PM, with the exception of Wednesday’s game, which is at 12:15 PM. Call or visit for ticket information.

Enjoy the Chattanooga Market this Thursday, June 7th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Miller Plaza during the Mid-Week Farmer’s Market. A variety of items will be for sale including fresh produce, canned goods, homemade candles and jewelry. For more information on the Chattanooga Market please visit

The Rhythm & Noon Concert Series continues its FREE lunchtime programs on the Miller Plaza Stage this Friday, June 8th, with a showcase of young dancers from Ginger Brown’s Academy of Performing Arts from Noon to 1:00 PM. The Rhythm & Noon Series highlights a variety of local and regional artists presenting classical, folk, jazz, choral, pop, gospel and blues music every Friday through August. The Rhythm & Noon concert series is presented by the Chattanooga Downtown Partnership, and is sponsored by Northwest Georgia Bank, Chattanooga Coca Cola Bottling Company, WTCI TV45 and Sunny 92.3. Visit for more information.

Chattanooga’s 2007 Riverbend Festival kicks off this Friday, June 8th. This 9-day festival features six stages along the one mile riverfront site with a wide variety of world-class entertainment. Riverbend 2007 featured artists include: The Steve Miller Band, Vince Gill, Chris Daughtry, Randy Owen, Ricky Skaggs with the Chattanooga Symphony, Blake Shelton, Craig Morgan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jars of Clay, The Alan Parsons Live Project, moe and hundreds more. Festival admission pins are available at all area Favorite Markets & Fast Food & Fuel convenience stores as well as at the festival gates. For more information, visit

Pushcart Prize–winner Jack Pendarvis visits Rock Point Books, Friday, June 8th at 7 PM to discuss his latest novella, Your Body is Changing, which introduces readers to a world of dreamers poised on the brink of all sorts of disaster — a world only a wink and a nod away from our own. Then, on Saturday, June 9th, Rock Point Books will host a Wild Things Party to celebrate the birthday of Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are. Beginning at 11 AM, children of all ages are invited to hear a reading of Where the Wild Things Are and to meet some real-life wild things! These events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit or call .

Memorial Auditorium’s Community Theatre hosts Battle at the River Bodybuilding Competition Saturday, June 9th. For more information call .

The Chattanooga Market will host East Meets West this Sunday, June 10th at the First Tennessee Pavilion. East Meets West is a culture day that really kicks off the early summer with a bang. Representatives from the Indian, Pakistani, and Chinese cultures share their music, culture, dance, & foods this day at The Market. This is one of the most colorful days of the year with a fantastic glimpse of cultures from the Eastern part of the globe. Local farms and local artists will round out this week’s market. For more information, please visit

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