Like an all-you-can-eat buffet, there's quite a sampling of activities in Chattanooga this weekend.
"Front Page News" tells the story of the 1925 Scopes Trial in Dayton. Festival is Saturday and Sunday, free with live music, oral history performance, and an antique car cruise-in.
Tony award-winning musical that inspired "The Birdcage." A story about acceptance, plus drag.
Spread out a blanket and bring snacks to watch this fun family movie at Heritage Park. Inflatables and other fun before the movie.
"Cosmic boogiegrass-bluegrass" from Playing on the Planet with Alex Smith & the Mountain Sound at The Camp House.
Don't stop believin' - this tribute band delivers the best of Journey.
Saturday, 2-6 p.m. The Red Clay Pickin' Barn, to outsiders, is a bit mysterious. Not only is it the site of weekly bluegrass jam sessions, it will also be transformed into a mud-splashing bog complete with live music and a daisy duke contest.
Natchez Hills Vineyard presents four regional lady musicians. The wine, of course, will be flowing.
Shaking Ray Levi and friends present an assortment of video and film screenings, live tapings, installations, projections and live scores in an avant-garde performance art revue.
Old school punk rock - not to be confused with new school featuring Thee FINKS, Tuff Tits and xBAGHEERAx.
No phrase better captures current hipster intentions than the name of this band. Make yourself at home, ironically, at the Honest Pint for this Sunday Funday show.