Plan Ahead: 8 events to attend in February 2024

Mark your calendars for these must-attend events happening in Chattanooga this February.


Meet us at The Historic for our NOOGAtoday, Cupid Tomorrow event on Saturday, Feb. 10.

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Happy almost February, Chattanooga. We’ve rounded up eight local events that are on our must-attend list, so get ready to start making your plans.

USA National Miss Tennessee State Pageant, Friday, Feb. 2-Sunday, Feb. 4

The 7th annual state pageant will take place at Embassy Suites (2321 Lifestyle Way) where two winners per division will advance to the national pageant.

NOOGAtoday, Cupid Tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 10

We couldn’t skip out on sharing about our first-ever event again, could we? Swing by The Historic (located at 1601 Rossville Ave.) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. to shop from local vendors, connect with fellow community members, chat with editors Kristen + Haley, and even have the chance to win some pretty sweet raffle prizes.

50th Annual Antiques Show and Sale, Friday, Feb. 16-Sunday, Feb. 18

Head to The Read House to shop from vendors selling paintings, furniture, jewelry, glassware, and more. Admission is $15 for all three days of the event + ticket sales benefit the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts.

NOOGAtoday | Songwriters week

Listen to local songwriters perform at February’s showcase.

Photo provided by the Chattanooga Tourism Co.

Tennessee Songwriters Week Showcase, Tuesday, Feb. 20

Following the qualifying rounds, see the 20 selected local songwriters perform at Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum — more details to come.

Kathleen Madigan, Friday, Feb. 23

Have a laugh with this comedian + TV personality on her “Potluck Party” tour at the Walker Theatre. Tickets start at $54.05.

Con Nooga, Friday, Feb. 23-Sunday, Feb. 25

Head to the Chattanooga Convention Center for a multi-fandom pop culture event featuring cosplay contests + various forms of entertainment. Tickets range from $0 to $20.

“Annie,” Saturday, Feb. 24 + Sunday, Feb. 25

Don’t miss this beloved Broadway musical that will make a stop on its tour at Memorial Auditorium. Tickets start at $65.05.

Art Health & Climate Justice, Thursday, Feb. 29

CHI Memorial Hospital will partner with The Hunter Museum for an immersive experience that will “explore the intersection of art and climate justice as it impacts communities of color.” This event is free + open to all.

Looking for Valentine’s Day happenings? Don’t worry, we’ll have you covered with plenty of date night ideas in future newsletters.