Moon River and Nightfall returning after pandemic

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Two of Chattanooga’s major musical events are returning after a pandemic break.

The Moon River Music Festival announced their return on Thursday after cancelling last year.

The Festival is back on September 11 & 12 at Coolidge Park.

They are promising 20 acts to be named later.

Nightfall organizers also announced their return to live music this summer for a 34th season.

They will resume shows at Miller Plaza on June 4th.

The shortened season will include 15 weeks.

The June shows will feature local acts, but the rest of the schedule through September brings in national artists.

Here is this year’s lineup:

June 11          Ben Van Winkle and The Figment / Emily Kate Boyd Band

June 18          Rick Rushing / Davey Smith

June 25          PrinceT / Ogya


July 2              The War and Treaty

w/ Kimmie J. Soul

July 9              2021 Road to Nightfall Winner (TBD)/ 2020 RTN Winner, We Are Us

July 16             Lee Roy Parnell

w/ Rachel McIntyre Smith

July 23             Joanna Connor

w/ Rye Baby

July 30             Po’ Ramblin Boys

w/ New Dismembered Tennesseans

Aug. 6             Nth Power

w/ NuBreed Band

Aug. 13           Hogslop String

                                    w/ The Other Brothers

Aug. 20           Radio Free Honduras

w/ Telemonster

Aug. 27           Bonnie Bishop

w/ Brandy Robinson

Sept. 3                        Waylon Thibodeaux

w/ Mojo Whiskey

Sept. 10          SUSU

w/ Stereofeet





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