Opening of Chattanooga Market signifies the arrival of farm-fresh produce, Spring outdoor family fun and community fellowship! This season, Chattanooga Market will feature over 50 farms bringing a variety of produce, meats and cheeses to the market each week, keeping the selection varied and fresh. Every Sunday of the season boasts over 130 artisans offering their unique crafts, arts, farm-fresh goods, and so many other locally made specialties. Fresh cut flowers are a big draw in the Spring! Live music is a staple at Chattanooga Market with local and region musicians on the EPB stage for two FREE shows weekly…check out our website for the season line-up. Our local eateries have become a hot spot for lunch or the must have bag of fresh-popped kettle corn and hand-squeezed lemonade. New “foodie” additions include a variety of food trucks offering a mix of cultural foods to please any palette!
This April 21st will be an opening day to remember for the Chattanooga Market with a special engagement by the Chattanooga Symphony & Orchestra. Pull out your trumpet, tune-up your violin, and dust off the snare drum to join the CSO in a community play-along! The event is open to all amateur musicians and will take place at 1, 2, & 3pm on the EPB stage Sunday, April 21st. It’s a unique opportunity to play with a leading orchestra of over 60+ musicians led by conductor Kayoko Dan. Registration fee of $25.00 assures a chair, a commemorative tshirt and a ticket to the CSO’s Saturday (4/27) performance of Elvis & Mahler. Registration is required and will be limited by instrument. To register, click here. As well, the The CSO Youth Orchestra Ensemble will perform on the EPB stage from 11:30-1 with an instrument “petting zoo” from 1 to 3:30.