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Saturday
April 1, 2023

12:00PM - 4:00PM

First Horizon Pavilion

Join us for Sip TN Chattanooga as we showcase Tennessee wines at First Horizon Pavilion. The festival, which is housed in a former foundry constructed in 1889, will offer nearly 200 wines produced right here in Tennessee, utilizing some of the freshest fruit in the South. The festival is planned to be a day of fun. Shop with artisans, enjoy delicious food, and sip Tennessee wine, mead, and hard cider. The proceeds from the event stay local, benefitting Tennessee agriculture and small businesses.

• You must have a valid photo I.D. with a ticket for entry.
• You will be able to buy bottles of wine to take home.
• NO outside food or beverage allowed.
• Sip TN is a RAIN or SHINE EVENT, the main booths are under a covered area.
• All parking lots around First Tennessee Pavilion are private and paid lots. 
We recommend having a designated driver or making arrangements for other transportation options such as CARTA or rideshare options.
• Please drink responsibly...overindulgence will not be tolerated.

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This Event proudly benefits Chattanooga Public Markets

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The Chattanooga Market is the region’s largest producer-only marketplace open on Sundays from 11am-4pm.  As a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity (Public Markets, Inc.), we were established to provide healthy, fresh produce, artisan foods, as well as locally-produced arts and craft wares to Chattanoogans and community visitors. We offer entrepreneurs who are hand-making, growing or otherwise creating their own goods a low-cost environment to start, grow and expand their business.  Through our weekly public markets, we encourage commerce, entertainment and trade in downtown Chattanooga and the surrounding region, and have become an icon for the city in terms of cultural diversity, tourism and economic impact.

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