The Suffers visit Chattanooga to perform at Nightfall. (Photo: Contributed)

Nightfall: The Suffers
The free Nightfall concert series continues in Miller Plaza Friday night with a visit from The Suffers. The Suffers are much more than another soul revival band. Their influences span "classic rock 'n' roll, country, Latin and Southern hip-hop," with an added focus on the Muscle Shoals era-sound. All those sounds combine to create what they call "Gulf Coast soul." Watch the band perform below. The Power Players will open the show. Also this week, the Association for Visual Arts will host a pop-up art gallery during the event. Click here for more information.

When: Friday, May 12, 7 p.m.
Where: 850 Market St.
How much: Free

Second Saturdays on Station Street
A five-part monthly musical series begins Saturday. Second Saturdays on Station Street will be 2–7 p.m. each month and feature local and regional music, art, culture, food, and a celebration of the businesses on Station Street and the Southside. This weekend, music will be provided by Barefoot Nellie, Mountain Cove Bluegrass, and Fletcher Bright and The Dismembered Tennesseans. Admission is free. Click here for more information.

When: Saturday, May 13, 2–7 p.m.
Where: Station Street
How much: Free

The fifth annual ChattaBrewga craft beer festival returns to First Tennessee Pavilion Saturday. Gates open at noon, and guests can enjoy craft beers, food vendors and live entertainment until 5 p.m. More than 20 breweries have signed up to participate in the event. Local breweries The Terminal Brewhouse, Hutton & Smith Brewing Co. and Chattanooga Brewing Co. will be there. Visiting vendors include Calfkiller Brewing, Mantra Artisan Ales, Dogfish Head, Jackalope, Hi-Wire, Highland Brewing, Lagunitas and Yazoo. Tickets are $50 per person.

When: Saturday, May 13, 12–5 p.m.
Where: 1826 Reggie White Blvd.
How much: $50

Chattanooga Zine Fest 2017
The Public Library will host the fourth annual Chattanooga Zine Fest Saturday. Guests can expect to interact with some of the region's best zine makers, cartoon artists, printmakers and authors. They can also purchase a variety of independently created works directly from the artists at the event. Zines (pronounced "zeens") are typically small, self-published books and magazines. The world of zines is inclusionary, with the belief that everybody has something interesting to say.

When: Saturday, May 13, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Where: 1001 Broad St.
How much: Free

Mother's Day at the Chattanooga Market
The mothers in your life deserve more than just flowers (you should still get her flowers), so why not visit the Chattanooga Market and find something unique and local? Mothers are invited to the market to enjoy a selection of wines and champagnes, live music, and locally made treats. Of course, there's always chocolate. Click here for more information.

When: Sunday, May 14, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Where: 1826 Reggie White Blvd.
How much: Free