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As Riverbend Celebrates 40 Years, A Look Ahead For 2023

A panoramic view of the Riverbend Festival.
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A panoramic view of the Riverbend Festival.

The Riverbend Festival is celebrating forty years of music here in downtown Chattanooga.

This year’s festival runs from Friday, June 2nd through Sunday, June 4th at Ross’ Landing along the Tennessee River.

We’ve heard already about a few acts in this year’s lineup - and tomorrow, we are expected to hear about the full lineup.

Barry Courter is entertainment reporter for The Chattanooga Times Free Press.

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