• 6 and 8: "An Evening With Malcolm Goldstein" and Malcolm Goldstein directs the New Dischord Players at Barking Legs Theater
• 7: Nightfall at Miller Plaza: Elizabeth Cook, with The Dismembered Tennesseans opening
• 7: Rose Thorn and Fiddle kicks off Folklife Summer Music and Dance Series at Creative Discovery Museum
• 7: EG Kight at Palace Theatre, Crossville
• 7-15: Riverbend Festival at Ross's Landing
• 8: Back Home Anniversary Concert, with guests Gordon Mote, Bishop Tim Hill, Monty Allen and Don Poythress, at Princess Theater, South Pittsburg
• 9: John Berry at Liberty Baptist Church, Dalton
• 9: Faun Fables, with Joshua Songs, at Barking Legs Theater
• 6: Hot Rod Power Tour's Coker Tire Cruise Night at Chattanooga State Community College
• 6: Five Points Farmers Market opens at First Street square, Cleveland (Thursdays in season)
• 7-8: Astronomy Weekend with Cumberland Astronomical Society at Fall Creek Falls State Park, Pikeville
• 7-9: Dixie Highway Yard Sale from Ringgold to Marietta
• 8: NPC Battle at the River Bodybuilding, Figure & Bikini Championships at Tivoli Theatre
• 8: The Saucy Sicilian food truck launch project at Mia Cucina
• 8: Egyptian Tea Party Parade by Queens at Hyksos Court 112 Daughters of Isis at Prince Hall Masonic Lodge
• 8-9: Finster Fest, at Dowdy Park, Summerville, Ga.
• 8-16: Messiah's Mansion replica at Dalton Seventh-day Adventist Church
• 9: Chattanooga Market at First Tennessee Pavilion: Chattanoggins
• 11: University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban at Tennessee Wesleyan College
• 7-8: Renard Hirsch at The Comedy Catch
• 7-8: Chas Elstner at Vaudeville Cafe
• 7-23: "Jekyll and Hyde" at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga
• 7-8/30: "The Fair Game Project" solo exhibition by Shanequa Gay at Bessie Smith Cultural Center
• 8: Cave Spring Arts Festival at Rolater Park, Cave Spring, Ga.
• 8: Tennessee Train vs. Derby City Dynamite at Hixson High School
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