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A Reimagined Riverbend For Chattanooga In 2022

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Friends of the Festival

Riverbend - the Chattanooga music festival - returns next summer, refreshed in more ways than one.

Passes are now available for the festival, set for June 3rd through 5th along Ross’ Landing on the Tennessee River - and the full lineup of acts will be announced next month.

Mickey McCamish is executive director of Friends of the Festival.

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