Strung Like a Horse at The Signal
A local night of music doesn’t get much better than this Friday night showcase at The Signal. Strung Like a Horse will perform for the first time in Chattanooga since signing with Transoceanic Records. The band also includes 2018 Road to Nightfall champions Hive Theory and the old-time sounds of Lon Eldridge. Tickets are $15 for the floor and $30 for balcony seating. Showtime is 8:30 p.m. Doors are at 7 p.m.
When: Friday, Aug. 10, 8:30 p.m.
Where: 1810 Chestnut St.
How much: $15-$30
Cut-Throat Comedy: A live comedy game show
Chattanooga’s favorite live game show is back this month with a variety of comedians and ridiculous games. This mark’s the 6-month anniversary of the show which pits teams of comedians against each other with hosts Ryan Darling and Ben Dalby. This month’s contestants are Donnie Marsh, Bridgette Martin, Matt Harris, Ashley Saturday, Ian Sharp and Jimmy Sowell. Tickets are just $5.
When: Friday, Aug. 10, 8 p.m.
Where: 818 Georgia Ave.
How much: $5
Chattanooga Roller Girls 10th anniversary
The Chattanooga Roller Girls will celebrate 10 years of hard-hitting, flat track derby in the Scenic City this weekend. Decade of Derby will feature a doubleheader against Big Easy Rollergirls. The B-railers will take on the Big Easy B-team at 5 p.m. followed by the Chattanooga All-Stars against the Big Easy Roller Girls at 7 p.m. Guests are encouraged to bring new outdoor gear for Bridge Chattanooga. They will be entered to win a $50 gift certificate from Main Line Ink.
When: Saturday, Aug. 11., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Where: 1150 Carter St.
How much: $10-$12
Mudbone at Riverfront Nights
I thought Riverfront Nights opening night headliner Muscadine Bloodline had the best name, but I think Mudbone takes the award. Mudbone is a singer/songwriter who “tells the story of American music one song at a time.” Hailing from Arkansas, he grew up with the musical legacy of gospel/bluegrass and blues. The zombie surf rock band Genki Genki Panic will open the show. As always, Riverfront Nights has “The Pup Tent” at “The Dog Pound” featuring a VIP area for your four-legged friends.
When: Saturday, Aug. 11., 8 p.m.
Where: 200 Riverfront Parkway
How much: Free
Top Tomato Festival at the Chattanooga Market
Guy Clark once sang that there “ain’t nothing in the world” that he liked better than a “homegrown tomato.” With all due respect to the late Clark, the Bloody Mary might be the best use of a tomato. The Chattanooga Market will host an homage to the best summer fruit on Sunday with a Tito’s Vodka bloody mary tasting event. Local restaurants will compete for the title of Top Tomato. You’ll see representation from hi-fi Clyde’s, Southside Social. Solarium Café, The Bitter Alibi and Champy’s. More information is here.
When: Sunday, Aug. 12. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: 1826 Reggie White Blvd.
How much: Free