9 Concerts to see this week including Jeremy Pinnell, The Dip, Futurebirds, Snapfest420 & more

billy allen and the pollies cherry street tavern promo

Feature photo is courtesy of Billy Allen + The Pollies

We’ve got a loaded week of shows and events happening around the Chattanooga area this week.

Here are nine concerts to see in the next seven days, happening all around Chattanooga; for ticket links and more details head on over to the Chattanooga Music Guide Concert Calendar.

Wednesday 4/17: Wubs A Month at Barrelhouse Ballroom

Wubs A Month is the monthly electronic dance party held at the Barrelhouse Ballroom. This month’s event showcases the work of local DJs Heelwalker, Alliswell, Brotha Burks, and Beat Farm. Prepare for an electrifying experience with a wild light show. Wubs A Month is the ultimate weeknight destination for for bass fans in Chattanooga. // Barrelhouse Ballroom 8:00pm $10 at door Event link. 21+

Wednesday 4/17: Jeremy Pinnell, Nic Bevins at Cherry Street Tavern

KEXP praised Jeremy Pinnell as “mind-blowingly good,” while Rolling Stone hailed his music as “hardscrabble honky-tonk at its best.” Hailing from Elsmere, Kentucky, Pinnell is a singer-songwriter known for crafting unflinchingly candid songs about his life and experiences. The show will be opened by local songwriter Nic Bevins. // Cherry Street Tavern 9:00pm $17.85 Ticket link. 21+

Jeremy Pinnell’s “Ballad of 1892” from the album ‘Ties of Blood and Affection’

Wednesday 4/17: Ward Davis, Sam Steadman at Barrelhouse Ballroom

Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw and others. The Monticello, Arkansas native bounced around Nashville for years before finding his place in the outlaw country world that is the modern independent country music industry. Chattanoogan Sam Stead opens the show. // Barrelhouse Ballroom 9:00pm $15 Ticket link. 21+

Ward Davis “Another Bad Apple” official video

Thursday 4/18: Billy Allen + The Pollies, The Wanda Band at Cherry Street Tavern

Billy Allen first met The Pollies at legendary Muscle Shoals, Alabama studio FAME while working on a cover of a Little Richard tune. Since that meeting Billy Allen + The Pollies have hit the road to mesmerize audiences with a sound that’s a fusion of classic charm and contemporary flair. The band will release their debut record, called “Black Noise” later this year. Get there on time and see the delightful Huntsville-based three-piece band The Wanda Band open the show. // Cherry Street Tavern 9:00pm $15 Ticket link. 21+

Billy Allen + The Pollies “All of Me” official video.

Thursday 4/18: The Dip, Jeremie Albino at The Signal

The Dip, a Seattle-based Rhythm and Blues ensemble, blends poignant songwriting with vintage sounds. With a three-piece horn section, their music echoes soul and funk influences intertwined with jazz roots. Lead by singer Tom Eddy, the band has headlined iconic venues nationwide and played major festivals. The Dip release their fourth studio record Love Direction this July via Dualtone Records. Singer-songwriter Jeremie Albino opens the show. // The Signal 6:30pm $34.43 Ticket link. All ages

The Dip perform “Paddle to the Stars” live at The Showbox in Seattle, WA

Saturday 4/20: Hybrid: An Immersive Music & Arts Experience at Boneyard

All My Friends & Boneyard Bar present an electrifying night of bass music and immersive artistic experiences. Hear music from local and regional djs like Kenopsia, Shakti Sound, R3lic, Happy Camper, and Mezz. Expect intense visuals, projections, lasers, fire performers, and live paintings. Food and full bar will be available all night. // Boneyard Bar 6:00pm $20 Ticket link. 21+

SHΛKTi SOUND is a DJ from Athens, GA

Friday 4/19: Milele Roots at JJ’s Bohemia

It’s 4:19… Got a minute? Chattanooga’s reggae masters Milele Roots will ring in the 4/20 holiday live from the stage at JJ’s Bohemia. Chronic Relief will be onsite offering up their wares. // JJ’s Bohemia 10:00pm Event link. 21+

Milele Roots’ video for “Lion’s Den” from 2011. Produced by Chattanooga State’s Media Club

Saturday 4/20: Snapfest 420

Celebrate 4/20 with Snapfest 420. The event features a lineup of local bands like Danimal Planet, Mitama, Milele Roots, Natti Love Joys, and The Scarlet Love Conspiracy taking the stage at Miller Park. Local and regional art vendors will showcase their creations alongside tempting food truck vendors. It’s a one-day extravaganza blending music, arts, and culinary delights to mark the occasion in style. // Miller Park 12:00-9:00pm Free event. Event link.

Danimal performs live at Soundcorps.

Saturday 4/20: Futurebirds, Three Star Revival at The Signal

Athens, Georgia-based Futurebirds fuse relaxed country-rock with a psychedelic edge. Their melodic and easy-going sound combines the inventive aspects of indie rock, the catchy melodies of pop, and the free-spirited vibe of jam bands. Records such as “Baba Yaga” and “Hotel Parties” illustrate their evolving style. That evolving style is shaped by an extensive tour schedule; a Futurebirds show guarantees a one-of-a-kind musical experience. // The Signal 8:00pm $34.43 Ticket link. All ages

The Futurebirds perform “Rodeo” live on KEXP