Rock City's annual Irish celebration features Irish food and specialty beer, and lots of musical acts. Named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society for several consecutive years!
Master hypnotist and comedian Gary Conrad puts on a show that just might have you doing a river dance, kissing the Blarney Stone or playing hot potatoes.
What better way to celebrate St. Patty's day than to crawl from pub to pub on a Pints and Pedals party wagon? Drink specials, green beer and free food along the way.
Do an early jig to get you in the mood for a festive weekend. Markel Briones will teach a Hustle in the club's new location.
The kick-off for Chattanooga's first-ever St. Patrick's Day parade. Dance in the breezeway at 2 Northshore with The Bob DJ and enjoy hors'eouvres, beer and specialty drinks.
DOGood, a volunteer citizen's group committed to teaching responsible dog guardianship, hosts the St. PAWtrick's Day event. Dress yourself and your pooch in green, parade to Whole Foods, and partake in Yappy Hour with fresh-baked dog treats and other giveaways.
Live music, green wine and other emerald-hued treats at the Georgia Winery. Just $3 a glass.
Chattanooga's first parade honoring St. Patrick's Day, starting at Frazier Avenue at noon and ending on River Street.
Luck of the Irish Bike Show and other contests, music by Back N' Black, and 100 bucks to the best-dressed adult. Also check out Thunder Creek Harley-Davidson's party.
A celebration of old time southern musicians at Lindsay Street Hall. Fiddlers from half a dozen states battle for the coveted Champion Fiddler of the South.
Mayo's Restaurant puts on its annual St. Patrick's Day party in honor of Pat Mayo. Proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.
Hit several pubs across the city and end up at Patten Parkway for St. Paddy's on the Parkway.
The Honest Pint's St. Patrick's Day block party on Pattern parkway. A shuttle from bar to bar and music from the Molly Maguires.
Sewanee's Crossroad's Cafe hosts danceable Celtic band The Slandered Banshees.
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A program of Irish music, also featuring Dexter Bell on string bass and the Cadek Flute Quartet. CSO's Kayoko Dan will be the guest director and a guest flute player as well.
The biggest weekend of the year for the Chattanooga Irish Session, a community of traditional Irish musicians and Irish music enthusiasts - we assume.
Annual fundraiser featuring dinner and performances by the CSO Youth Orchestra and Dalton Celtic group The Ceilidh Band.
A real Irish St. Patty's at The Honest Pint with music and drink specials. $5 cover unless you wear your St. Paddy's Party on the Parkway t-shirt.
Seemingly unrelated to the holiday, but if you're still going strong by Monday, rock out with these folk rock goddesses of the '90s.
You know, The Communicators. Why not?