A Chattanooga Girls Rock benefit will take place Sunday at Mellow Mushroom. (Photo: Contributed)

Hunter Museum: "Our America" exhibit
Beginning Friday, guests will have an opportunity to view "Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art," the newest exhibit at the Hunter Museum of American Art. The exhibit features artwork from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and will include media from nearly 70 leading modern and contemporary Latino artists. "Our America" is presented in Chattanooga by SunTrust. The Hunter Museum of American Art is open every day. Admission is $15 for adults. Click here to learn more about the new exhibit.

When: All weekend
Where: 10 Bluff View
How much: $15

Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents "Million Dollar Quartet"
ETC presents the opening weekend of "Million Dollar Quartet," directed by Garry Lee Posey. The show tells the story of four men who met at Sun Record Recording Studio in Memphis in 1956. Their meeting would turn out to be one of the most famous collaborations in history. Those men? Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. ETC will present a musical dramatization of real-life events surrounding the meeting. Songs such as "I Walk the Line," "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Real Wild Child" will be featured. All music will be performed live. Click here for tickets. Watch a video of the Tony Award-winning Broadway cast perform below.

When: Friday, Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 18, 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 19, 2:30 p.m.
Where: 911 Eastgate Loop
How much: $15–$20

Mark Porkchop Holder and MPH album release
There may not be a Chattanooga musician who deserves success more than Mark Holder. The artist—a founding member of The Black Diamond Heavies—had paid his dues for years, and his debut solo album, "Let It Slide," is a continuation of his breakneck, blues/punk, swamp rock sound. If you've never witnessed Holder at JJ's Bohemia, you haven't seen the best Chattanooga has to offer. Locals Resurrection Mary and The Moon Glimmers (from Memphis) will perform. Click here for more information.

When: Friday, Feb. 17, 9 p.m.
Where: 231 E. M.L. King Blvd.
How much: $5–$10

HullaBowloo at Wilson Air Center
The annual HullaBowloo party returns to benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank. This year's event is at Wilson Air Center and includes gourmet food samplings, drinks and live entertainment. The center will transform "into a festive kaleidoscope of color, lights, music and cuisine." Guests are encouraged to dress for a party. Rubik's Groove will perform the best hits of the 1980s. A silent auction will also take place.

When: Saturday, Feb. 18, 7–11 p.m.
Where: 932 Jubilee Drive
How much: $75

Chattanooga Girls Rock benefit concert
The downtown Mellow Mushroom will hold a benefit concert for Chattanooga Girls Rock Sunday evening. CGR is a nonprofit camp for girls ages 10–17 who want to learn how to rock 'n' roll. The camp debuted last July, and organizers are currently raising funding to help send more girls to camp this year. The concert is all ages and features Ashley and the X's, Get Hot or Go Home, and Heatherly. CGR alumnae will also perform. Admission is $5. Click here for more information.

When: Sunday, Feb. 19, 5 p.m.
Where: 205 Broad St.
How much: $5