Riverbend 2020

 

Riverbend Festival is Chattanooga’s longest running, award winning music festival celebrating 39 years as the Scenic City’s premier event. Music lovers enjoy performances from four stages set along the backdrop of the Tennessee River at Ross’s Landing on Riverfront Parkway in downtown Chattanooga.

At least thirty acts perform each year on the multiple stages ‘between the bridges’ (Olgiati Bridge & Market Street Bridge).   Major companies, such as Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Chevrolet and Tennessee Valley Credit Union sponsor the stages.  Festival goers will enjoy a flock of festival flavors from dozens of vendors to include options for cocktails, beer and other beverages.

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  • Children ages 10 and under are FREE. Must be accompanied by an adult festival patron
  • Gates are open from 5:00 pm – 11:30 pm
  • All tickets are non-refundable, shows are rain or shine, all sales are final.
  • Riverbend uses RFID (radio frequency identification) technology for both admission and almost all purchases.
  • One exception, some cash bars are available on the grounds for patrons who favor cash transactions.
  • Fireworks will be held on May 30th at approximately 11:00 pm
  • Sorry, no pets allowed

 


 

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