After hosting Here Come the Mummies this past weekend, AT&T Field will be the site of a Blackberry Smoke concert on Nov. 14. The concert is produced by Friends of the Festival, which also presents Riverbend and the Mummies show and this summer's Chattanooga Unite series.
The Atlanta-based hard-rocking band is known for its classic rock, blues, country and folk sound. The band produced two Billboard chart-topping country albums, 2015's "Holding All The Roses" and 2016's "Like An Arrow."
They will headline the show at 4 p.m. with Chris Roberts opening at 3 p.m.
Chris Roberts plays a blend of music based on his Texas roots and his artful life in the mountains of Colorado. Robertscalls his music "Rock n' Roll – hippie-country" and has recently released "Feather."
The show will follow the public safety mandates set forth by the Hamilton County Mayor and the Hamilton County Health Department.
General admission seating will be designated by the number of people in a group and established for maintaining a physical distance from other groups. Ushers will assist fans with seating their groups when needed.
Concession foods, beer, and cocktails will be available. Gates open at 2 p.m. General admission is $37.50. VIP tables and suites are available as well.
— Compiled by Barry Courter