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    Chattanooga Mocs
    Finley Stadium-Davenport FieldOctober 04, 2014 1:00 PM
    1826 Carter Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    The Chattanooga Mocs represents the athletic programs and intercollegiate teams of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The school has NCAA Division I standing and competes in the Southern Conference. UTC sponsors a number of men's and women's teams in sports such as baseball, football, basketball, golf, wrestling and softball. The NFL's Terrell Owens is a notable alumni, and the university's basketball program was ranked number 48 on the ESPN list of the most prestigious basketball programs since the 1984–85 season.
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    Dumpstaphunk
    Track29October 10, 2014 9:00 PM
    1400 Market Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    With quite the resume, including playing with his father's band the Neville Brothers and in the Rolling Stones' backing band, Ivan Neville is a formidable musician, both through his lineage and experience. After developing his set of musical skills and racking up a list of revered artists he had played with, Neville decided to form his own band in 2002, dubbing it Dumpstaphunk. Neville recruited his cousin Ian Neville along with a few other respected New Orleans musicians, and began producing an impressive brand of nu-funk that has developed a cult following both on the jam band and funk circuits.
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    Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band
    Track29October 10, 2014 9:00 PM
    1400 Market Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    Asheville, North Carolina's Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band (a.k.a. the Booty Band) is Asheville's claim to funk fame. Made up of a world-class horn section and a fierce rhythm section to boot, the Booty Band brings a raucous live performance that can't be missed. The band was named by the Home Grown Music Network as one of the band's of the year, in addition to album of the year. The group headlines most major jam band festivals through out the U.S., and has built and unstoppable following along the way.
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    Pretty Lights Music Tour
    Rhythm & BrewsOctober 12, 2014 9:00 AM
    221 Market Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    Born in Tacoma, Washington, electronic beatsmith Elliot Lipp grew an affinity for early hip-hop and electro from a young age, and when he was old enough, he left his quiet existence in Tacoma for a more art-centric life in San Francisco. After an eventual move to Los Angeles, he delved headfirst into production and was soon noticed by renowned electronic musician Scott Herren, known by his moniker Prefuse 73, who offered him a recording contract. This proved to be the catalyst that Lipp needed to jump-start his career, and after releasing his debut LP in 2006, Lipp has been touring quite frequently to promote his innovative albums and EPs. Bolstering his unique sound by using analog synths and hip-hop styled beats, he's able to build an extremely methodical sonic aesthetic that tends to go over well with connoisseurs of electronic music.
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    Nahko and Medicine For The People
    Track29October 14, 2014 8:00 PM
    1400 Market Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    Nahko and Medicine for the People is a modern folk outfit that's led by Oregon native and sixth generation Apache-Mohawk Nahkohe Parayno. Born to a Filipino father and a mother of Puerto Rican and Indian descent but raised by an adopted family in the suburbs, Parayno connected with his deep, sprawling roots through music. Along with his band, Medicine for the People, he crafts an accessible, modern folk sound powered by narratives and themes of sustainability, social justice and Indigenous rights.
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    Kip Moore
    Tivoli TheatreOctober 16, 2014 7:30 PM
    709 Broad Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    Kip Moore is a country singer/songwriter from the rural town of Tifton, Georgia, who first started playing music after purchasing a guitar while attending Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. After graduating, Moore moved to Hawaii where he honed his songwriting approach, in addition to pursuing actives like surfing and backpacking. Upon returning to the mainland, Moore opted to pursue a career as a musician, moving to Nashville, where he spent four years gigging before landing a recording contract. Those years, worked to Moore's advantage, serving as a incubator of sorts and honing his approach, helping make his debut album, 2012's Up All Night, a well rounded artistic piece that was well received both critically and commercially.
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