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Admission pins to the Riverbend Festival are on sale at more than 100 area Kangaroo Express stores.
Of all the artists to cross the Jukebox Junction Stage at Lake Winnepesaukah each summer, two have proven to be the crowd's favorites: Colt Ford and Confederate Railroad, according to Talley Green, Lake Winnie spokeswoman.
Weekend festival lets adults be kids again
Ada Barnes may look like your average 20-something, but at heart she's really just a kid.
Metal band Lamb of God will be in concert Friday, May 17, at Track 29, 1400 Market St., along with Decapitated and Terror.
Two dates this weekend are key for anyone with the vocal chops to become "Chattanooga's Voice."
The Isaacs, an award-winning family bluegrass/gospel group, will perform Friday, May 17, in the Evening Shade Concerts in the Park series in Cleveland, Tenn.
Classic country band The Bounty Hunters will perform 7-8 p.m. Friday, May 17, in the Sunset Concert Series at North River Civic Center, 1009 Executive Drive, in Hixson.
In a sense, Cody ChesnuTT is as much an emotional exhibitionist as a neo-soul singer with a vintage sound that's as smooth as crushed velvet.
A concert Saturday, May 18, at Center for Creative Arts will feature a teen pop/rock band that opened one of last year's Nightfall shows at Miller Plaza.
Country singer performs at Track 29 on Saturday
Don't be surprised if a guy drops to one knee and proposes to his date while Kip Moore's onstage at Track 29 on Saturday night, May 18.