City Beats

Mar 30, 2019

A Saturday of free music, buskers on the block, food and fun hosted in the Passageways 2.0 alley - Cooper's Alley and surrounding businesses on Saturday, March 30.

Starting at 2pm., stroll the alley at 10 East 7th Street and the 700 blocks of Cherry and Market Streets as the SoundCorps' busking auditions for Sidewalk Stages will take place until 6pm. And while the streets will be humming with music, the tunes inside the businesses surrounding the alley will start at 2pm and last until 9pm.

The concept of City Beats is simple - enjoy local music and spend a few dollars at the businesses surrounding the alleys. All the music is free to enjoy and will include DLY2 Music, Mary Edwards, C. GRIMEY, Gino Fanelli, Amber Fults, The Trinity Band, OGYA World Music and Tryezz.

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Alley Hour – April

Apr 4, 2019

5:30-7:30pm

On the first Thursdays of the month this spring, check out Chattanooga’s newest reason to be happy at Alley Hour sponsored by HUTTON, Market City Center, Tinker Ma, Inc. and Lamp Post Properties. While Alley Hour will fill Cooper’s Alley with live music, businesses along the corridor will feature alley hour specials.

Make sure to visit Burns Tobacconist Downtown, The Mad Priest London Calling, Bantam + Biddy Chattanooga, Chattanooga Billiard Club Downtown and Cadence Coffee Co. We'll be sharing their Alley Hour weekly specials with you in the event discussion.

 

Live Music in the Alley performed by Rick Rushing & the Blues Strangers

Chattanooga Public Library will have the heat press in the alley for you to press your own koozie.

And, we're not keeping the fun inside the restaurants as there will be bars and seating in the alley as well.

 

 

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Namaste in the Alleyway

Apr 7, 2019

Namaste in the Alleyway - a morning of yoga and mindfulness followed by a well-deserved glass of champagne. You’ll need to bring your own mat and any props (like a block or blanket) with you. This class is for all bodies and levels.

Proceeds will be dedicated to helping The Chattery find a permanent home.

[backup weather location: Waterhouse Pavilion) Ticket $15 

About the teacher: 

Laura Skonberg started her yoga journey in 2004 while attending college in Boston and was immediately hooked. The practice brings her peace, challenges her physically, and is just so much fun. In 2009, Laura completed a 200-hr yoga teacher training through the Asheville Yoga Center and since then, she's taught at various studios including Madia’s Studio, the Sports Barn, Yoga East, and Toes Yoga.

 

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Scenic City Supper Club

Apr 28, 2019

Shindig at Cooper's Alley
We are pleased to announce the Spring Scenic City Supper Club Shindig at Coopers Alley
featuring Chef Kevin Johnson, executive chef and owner of The Grocery in Charleston, SC, and a two-time James Beard Award semifinalist for Best Chef: Southeast. Chef Johnson is known for creating dishes that harness the rich culture of his beloved Lowcountry home and highlight the seasonality of the south. With Chef Johnson at the helm, Supper Clubbers can expect fresh, produce-forward plates that speak to the vibrant foodways of one of the nations favorite food cities, Charleston.

Taking place on Sunday, April 28 in the Passageways 2.0 alley, the evening will commence at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail hour featuring Chattanooga Whiskey samplings and passed hors doeurves prepared by each participating chef, followed by a coursed meal paired with beverages from Cathead, Straight to Ale Brewing, and Blackberry Farm Brewery. Chef Johnson will lead a collaborative menu alongside Chef Ben Romines of Main Street Meats, Chef Justin Bennett of Pizzeria Cortile, Cheese Monger Jesse Watlington and Owner Brittany Watlington of Bleu Fox Cheese Shop, and the featured beverage professionals from Mad Priest Coffee and Cocktails. Together, the group will prepare a meal for 150 guests to enjoy.

The full list of participants includes:
*Featured Talent* Kevin Johnson (Executive Chef and Owner of The Grocery)
Ben Romines (Sous Chef at Main Street Meats)
Justin Bennett (Executive Chef and Owner of Pizzeria Cortile)
Jesse Watlington and Brittany Watlington (Cheese Monger and Owners of Bleu Fox Cheese Shop)
Mad Priest Coffee and Cocktails
Florals by Emily Phillips, Owner of Emily Kaye Designs
Photography by Jaime Smialek of Our Ampersand Photography

Tickets are $195 per person (including all drinks, food, and gratuity). Welcome drinks and hors doeuvres will begin 5:30 p.m., followed by supper at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, April 3rd at 10:00am EST and typically go quick! 

 

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Alley Hour – May

May 2, 2019

5:30-7:30pm

On the first Thursdays of the month this spring, check out Chattanooga’s newest reason to be happy at Alley Hour sponsored by HUTTON, Market City Center, Tinker Ma, Inc. and Lamp Post Properties. While Alley Hour will fill Cooper’s Alley with live music, businesses along the corridor will feature alley hour specials.

Make sure to visit Burns Tobacconist Downtown, The Mad Priest London Calling, Bantam + Biddy Chattanooga, Chattanooga Billiard Club Downtown and Cadence Coffee Co. We'll be sharing their Alley Hour weekly specials with you in the event discussion.

Live Music in the Alley performed by Spinster

Chattanooga Public Library will have the heat press in the alley for you to press your own koozie.

And, we're not keeping the fun inside the restaurants as there will be bars and seating in the alley as well.


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Alley Hour – June

Jun 6, 2019

5:30-7:30pm

 

On the first Thursdays of the month this spring, check out Chattanooga’s newest reason to be happy at Alley Hour sponsored by HUTTON, Market City Center, Tinker Ma, Inc. and Lamp Post Properties. While Alley Hour will fill Cooper’s Alley with live music, businesses along the corridor will feature alley hour specials.

Make sure to visit Burns Tobacconist Downtown, The Mad Priest London Calling, Bantam + Biddy Chattanooga, Chattanooga Billiard Club Downtown and Cadence Coffee Co. We'll be sharing their Alley Hour weekly specials with you in the event discussion.

Live Music in the Alley performed by Dr. B and The Ease

 

Chattanooga Public Library will have the heat press in the alley for you to press your own koozie.

And, we're not keeping the fun inside the restaurants as there will be bars and seating in the alley as well. 

 

 

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