Riverfront Nights brings Muddy Magnolias to EPB stage

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – Friends of the Festival brings back “Riverfront Nights” for the 10th consecutive year.

That’s a free concert on the city’s 21st Century Waterfront.

Muddy Magnolias headlines the event on the EPB Fiber Optics stage on Saturday.

This marks the second in a series of six to be played on the riverfront this year.

Local opener Black Cat Moon kicks off the music at 7 p.m. followed by Muddy Magnolias at 8 p.m.

Kallie North and Jessy Wilson make up the soulful duo of Muddy Magnolias.

After meeting in Nashville 3 years ago, they immediately began working on their debut album.

Event organizers say the combination of their voices is described as rootsy, bluesy, soulful and sexy.

Their different backgrounds help inspire the other which helps them create their unique sound and style.

Friends of the Festival is a nonprofit organization that manages and produces premier events which unite and enrich our region with emphasis on the vitality of our community.

For more information on Riverfront Nights please visit the website or Facebook page.

According to the website, “Riverfront Nights” focuses on local people and institutions who promote healthy lifestyles, sustainable development/business practices and, of course, an intense love of outdoor, adrenaline producing recreation.

It’s widely considered to be the three legged stool that’s given our town a step-up and over our neighboring municipalities around the southeast.

All shows are child and pet friendly, although coolers are not allowed. Doors open and beer sales begin at 6:30pm. Local opening bands start around 7pm and headliners kick into high gear promptly at 8pm and play till 10-ish.

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