published Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Long Weekend Mashup: July 3-6

It's Friday - I mean, Thursday!
It's Friday - I mean, Thursday!


Lookouts vs. Birmingham Barons

At $5 a ticket, Lookout games are a bargain, and even the crotchety set can feel a swell of patriotism hearing the opening trumpets with a frosty beer in hand. Fireworks follow Thursday's game, an added bonus.

Matt Stephens Project pre-Fourth of July Spectacular

The Matt Stephens Project plays danceable tunes "from Prince to Michael Jackson" to help you celebrate your early Friday.

St. Jude Beach Party

The patio of Universal Joint will be covered in sand, transporting you from a concrete peninsula across from the courthouse to a beach with no water. Drink specials, raffles, and a dunking tank are part of the fun, and 20% of sales go to St. Jude Children's Hospital.


Chattanooga Football Club vs. Rocket City United

If you're not burned out on soccer or butt hurt from our loss, make Ann Coulter cringe by supporting America's newfound obsession. Chattanooga Football Club plays Huntsville.

The Communicators: That '90s Red, White and Blue show

The Communicators pop up on every holiday with a playlist of hits from the '90s. What makes this show different? It's themed around 'Merica, of course.

Rafting on the Ocoee River

Float down the river at a discounted rate. Rafters get free hot dogs and watermelon.

Red, White and Blue Happy Hour

Georgia Winery serves $3 glasses of wine and wine slushies - which are better than they sound - during their Red, White and Blue Happy Hour.


All American Sunday

This is a great event to show off Chattanooga's views to visiting family and friends before they leave town. Family-friendly folk favorite Jennifer Daniels will entertain.

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