Chattanooga River Market – Opens Saturday March 16th, 10am-5pm
Every Saturday morning, the Chattanooga River Market begins with a FREE 10am yoga class hosted by Maggie White and Community Yoga Collective on the beautiful waterfront of the the Tennessee Aquarium Plaza. Afterwards, visitors stroll among dozens of local and region vendors selling photography, home and beauty products, handmade clothing and other forms of arts and crafts. This market, located centrally to tourist destinations, is perfect for treating out of town guests to the flavor of Chattanooga or enjoying an early spring Saturday with the family.
Live music fills the Plaza on Saturdays, with the first guest musician on Saturday, March 16th, Butch Ross 12:30 – 3:00pm.
Collegedale Market – OPEN NOW Sundays 11am-4pm
Located in picturesque Collegedale, The Commons is an indoor, urban barn setting that features farmers and artists each Sunday 11am-4pm. Families can also enjoy the adjoining walking/biking trail along with the Imagination Station playground.
Market themes each week include an upcoming St. Patrick’s Day celebrationon March 17th complete with Irish inspired beers. The following weekend patrons can enjoy samples of their favorites treats—for free—at Little Debbie Day on March 24th. A complete schedule of events, directions and more can be found online at CollegedaleMarket.com. Starting in May…Produce & Pickers every Wednesday afternoon 4pm-6pm.
Chattanooga Market—In its 19th Season
In just a few weeks the Chattanooga Market will open up for its 19th season, bringing back a Sunday tradition for patrons across the region. Anticipation of warmer weather and spring crops beckon shoppers to come out and enjoy the weekly community farmers and artists market every spring.
Nearly 200 vendors will be set up for the opening weekend of April 27th and 28th. Visitors can expect to find hand-crafted artistry, seasonal produce and live entertainment every Sunday on the EPB stage. April typically brings strawberries, potted herbs, floral bouquets, sunflowers and fresh artisan foods.
And every Sunday there is a new theme. Some of the traditional favorites like the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera on May 5th and the annual Mother’s Day Celebration on May 12th. Cook-offs and foodie events continue to be a big focus at Chattanooga Market including the much anticipated Lodge Cast Iron Cook-off and Springer Mountain Farms Scenic City Wings.
The season kicks off April 27-28 and winds down in November with the final weekends in December being held at the Chattanooga Convention Center for the Holiday Market.
Chattanooga Market thanks community partners who help ensure the viability of the Chattanooga Market, which is a 501(c)(3) organization: Mountain View Auto Group, First Tennessee Foundation, Springer Mountain Farms, EPB Fiber Optics, Erlanger Health System and the Tennessee Aquarium.
Live Music line-up for Opening Weekend:
Saturday 4/27 – Sweet Georgia Sound 12:30 – 3:00
Sunday 4/28 – 12:3pm Martin Rodriguez and 2:00pm Courtney Daly and The Daly Grind
Opening Weekend Hours: