Combining great bluegrass music, locally crafted brews and amazing Southern cuisine in a gorgeous outdoor setting, Bats, Beer & Bluegrass is one of the most unique concert events in the Southeast.
FOOD AND DRINK
Enjoy great Southern fare from Parkway Pourhouse and the best of local brews from Chattanooga Brewing. Dinner is included with your ticket. Beer is available for purchase (over 21 years old of course) or complementary with a VIP ticket.
This year we have two amazing bluegrass bands, No Time Flatt and The Tin Cup Rattlers. No Time Flatt is the 2017 and 2018 winner of the Tennessee Music Awards, "Bluegrass Band of the Year." The Tin Cup Rattlers are a husband and wife duo from Chattanooga who feature a rich bluegrass tradition.
Best of all will be the opportunity to experience all of this on a gorgeous nature preserve with the stunning entrance to Frick's Cave as the backdrop. The evening ends with a chance to witness the spectacular flight of the endangered gray bats from the cave.
SPONSOR A TABLE WITH YOUR COMPANY, FAMILY OR GROUP OF FRIENDS!
Table sponsorship is a great way to enjoy Bats, Beer & Bluegrass and help SCCi save wild caves across the Southeast. Sponsor a table for $1,000 and receive:
- VIP tickets for up to 8 people
- Company/Family/Group name on table centerpiece
- Logo or company name on limited marketing materials
- Recognition on social media and event website
So get a group together and come enjoy a great night out!
Regular Admission $60 (includes concert, dinner, and tea/water)
VIP Admission $90 (includes concert, dinner, commemorative poster, beer, tea or water, and commerative pint glass)
Tickets are limited to 240 due to the size of the preserve.
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING TABLE SPONSORS:
DJ and Berta Walker
Kris Green, SCCi Founding Director and Chair
West Fork Little River, LLC
Tom Whitehurst, SCCi Director and Vice Chair
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SUPPORTING SPONSORS:
Rick and Fran Buice
This is a rain or shine event. Tickets are nonrefundable; but, remember it all goes to saving wild caves. SCCi reserves the right to refuse service of alcohol to anyone who is visibly intoxicated.