Free Outdoor Concert Series
At Greenway Farm Park
Thursdays in October
7 p.m. — 9 p.m.
Thanks to Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this free, family friendly, outdoor music series hosted by Outdoor Chattanooga which gathers around a campfire at the City of Chattanooga’s Greenway Farm Park.
All ages are invited to come out to unplug and enjoy an autumn evening in the park. Bring your blankets and chairs, marshmallow roasting stick and perhaps a picnic supper; then sit back and enjoy live music in a rustic outdoor setting. The concerts occur on Thursdays in October beginning at 7 p.m and ending at 9 p.m. The stage is located on the porch of the Sniteman Log Cabin behind the gardens at Greenway Farm Park, 5051 Gann Store Rd., Hixson, TN 37343
2017 Fireside Concert Series Lineup
October 5: The Von Wamps — Lou, Lynn, and Daniel Wamp anchor a musical venture that crosses genres and generations, performing an eclectic and high-spirited mix of their own compositions as well as covers ranging from folk, swing, and jazz to country, rock, and bluegrass, all to which they add their own acoustic flair. Accomplished players of guitar, mandolin, dobro, and upright bass, they will always surprise and delight, musically.
October 12: Caney Creek Company — An Americana/Folk-Rock/Bluegrass Band established in 2015, made up of Tennessee natives; Katie Bradford (Fiddle/Vocals), Corey Bradford (Guitar), Doug Ford (Bass), Drew Streip (Mandolin), Konstantine Vlasis (Banjo/Vocals). The band has a distinct approach to their craft, which includes traces of gospel, rock and classical music. Using traditional bluegrass instrumentation, they have a natural balance that favors intimate venues. Their chemistry shines through in every performance.
(In conjunction with Outdoor Chattanooga’s Community Campout in the Park.)
October 19: Cannon Hunt — Music made in Chattanooga, Tennessee by a local Chattanoogan. Cannon brings classic, southern rock sounds to the stage in both covers and original songs. With a folk-inspired style, this local singer-songwriter incorporates acoustic sounds and harmonies in his songs and is sure to delight young audiences with his energy and charisma on stage.
October 26: Randy Steele — Combine the influences of John Steinbeck, Earl Scruggs, and Miles Davis and place them into a singer songwriter, the results might sound like Chattanooga Tennessee’s own Randy Steele. Since his introduction into the southeast music scene in 2013 with the award winning Slim Pickins Bluegrass Band, he has consistently been a part of legendary live performances on some of the region’s biggest stages. The release of his first solo album, “Songs from the Suck” in December 2016, combines the Bluegrass and Blues roots he planted decades before with a knack for poignant storytelling.
For more information email Outdoor Chattanooga or call 423-643-6888.