The fourth annual Glass Street Live will be the final block party for the inaugural Chattanooga City Celebration & Ciclovia.

“We’re excited to combine such a vibrant tradition with our City Celebration & Ciclovia,” organizers said in a prepared statement.

From 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Glass Street will be home to art bikes, roller girls, unicyclists, dancers from Zy’Mori Studio, Wayne-O-Rama puppets and more. These performers will be part of a parade that runs from the East Chattanooga Recreation Center to Hardy Elementary School, beginning at 5:30.

Other activities include an antique car show, merchandise vendors, live music, an art show, a pop-up skate park and a bounce house.


Food vendors include Ms. Tee’s BBQ, Ron Glass’ Fish Fry, Triple T’s and Hope for the Inner City’s new farm stand.

This year’s party will be held at the intersection of Glass Street and Dodson Avenue, where Glass Farm, Boyce Station and Avondale neighborhoods meet.

“This gateway is a key piece in the redevelopment of this area, and we’re excited to bring attention to this location and to test and demonstrate ways to make this busy link between Hardy Elementary School and the East Chatt Rec Center safer and more welcoming,” organizers said.

A new neighborhood sign for Boyce Station will be unveiled, as will mockups of what future street improvements could look like.

Check out a video of last year’s Glass Street Live below.

Before Glass Street Live, other block parties will be held at/in Bessie Smith Cultural Center, Stove Works, Highland Park, Ridgedale and Orchard Knob Elementary School.