Chattanooga Seafood Bash 
      On The River 2024
Coolidge Park, 150 River Street 

APRIL 26-28, 2024
 Admission to the seafood bash with its arts and crafts and music is free.
The  bash also has outstanding fresh seafood and craft beers! 

In addition to all the great food and drink, there will also be live music on  stage throughout the weekend. 


FRIDAY 1-9 PM      SAT 10-9 PM     SUN 10-4 PM

Food / beverage is a charge per vendor of your choice. No ticket purchases required. We do request you visit the ID station to get a wrist band to allow you to be served beer, wine and cocktails.

There is no charge for the wrist bands. Just a few minutes of your time to get one.

There are two different winerys featuring wine by the bottle or glass.

Beer trailer serving craft beers selzters and more!!!!!!!

 Held at Coolidge Park, the Chattanooga Seafood Bash promises a weekend in April full of delicious food dishes that are all seafood based.
With interactive cooking demonstrations, craft beer and wine and plenty of lobster, it’s a fantastic festival to get down with!

From lobster to clams (and even some alligator), you’re sure to find some food that piques your interest here.  Held in April, it’s a stunning three-day outing for the whole family.

With fresh  lobster  for every day of the festival, you’ll find everything from lobster rolls to lobster quesadillas here.

Whether you like more traditional lobster eats or fancy more rogue choices, you’re sure to find what you want at the Chattanooga Seafood Bash On The River!!!!!!

"During this up coming year we will be taking  time to address some lingering issues regarding parking and traffic flow,” said Robin Roberts Promotions who produces the bash.

We are working with local authorities to realignment and look 

at other ways we might be able to enhance the visitor experience.

Chattanooga seafood bash on the river

About The Seafood Bash

Robin Roberts Promotions is known for award-winning seafood festivals in
locations not generally known for seafood like the Georgia Mountains and
Metropolitan Atlanta. The North Georgia Highlands Seafood and Wine Festival
has been recognized by the Southeast Tourism Society as a top 20 event for the
past three years and has been  recongozied as a top 200 event nationally in 2023 by Sunshine Artist Magazine. So why not be a part of a successful seafood festival to downtown
This exciting and new seafood, music, and arts and crafts festival will take place at
Coolidge Park in downtown Chattanooga, TN, on the banks of the Tennessee
River. The three-day Bash is free to attend, open to the public and family friendly.
Guests will have their choice between a variety of seafood and non-seafood dishes
prepared by food vendors from locals and across the southeast and beyond.
Laughing Crab Catering from Maryland features their 24-time award-winning crab
cakes, while Wild Caught Seafood from Georgia serves up delicious hot and cold
lobster rolls, fish and shrimp tacos, and crab cake poor boys, just to mention a few
of their specialties. Continuous music will be provided by well-known local and
regional musicians and bands, all supported by stage lighting and sound
professionals. Guests will enjoy the handcrafted creations from artisans from
around the Southeast and more.  There promises to be a wide
variety of high-quality crafts, as all applicants go through a jurying process so only
the finest products will be allowed in the show. There will be an intimate beer and
wine garden where patrons of the bar and wine bars can sit, sip, and listen to the
live music. A kids area will give the little ones an opportunity for some fun as


Downtown Chattanooga Parking and Free Shuttle Information

Visitors to the Chattanooga Seafood Bash on The River have several options for

getting to Coolidge Park where they can enjoy the festival. There are several

parking lots within walking distance of Coolidge Park (150 River Street).

The Coolidge Park Lot is beside Coolidge Park, while the Theatre Center Parking

Lot is located at 400 River Street.

The Renaissance Parking Lot is located at 54 Manufacturers Road across from the

street from Signal Mill and is a short walk under the Market Street bridge to

Coolidge Park.

The Shuttle Park North Shore Parking Garage is located at 345 Frazier Avenue and

is within walking distance of Coolidge Park. It also serves as a shuttle stop

location for the free Route 2 North Shore Shuttle, which travels across the

Tennessee River to the Shuttle Park North Parking Garage at 215 Broad Street on

the downtown side of the river. Note that the Route 2 North Shore Shuttle only

runs until about 6 pm Friday and Saturday; there is no Sunday Service.

The Shuttle Park North Parking Garage is located at 215 Broad Street, a few steps

from the shuttle stop, so visitors can park and ride the Route 2 North Shore

Shuttle across the river to the Coolidge Park area.

The free Downtown Shuttle is an electric shuttle that runs between the Shuttle

Park South Parking Garage at 1362 Market Street next to the Chattanooga Choo

Choo and the Shuttle Park North Parking Garage at 215 Broad Street. The

Downtown Shuttle operates until 10 pm on Friday, 11 pm on Saturday, and 8:30

pm on Sunday. Remember that the Northshore Shuttle does not run past about 6

pm on Friday and Saturday, and there is no Sunday service, so there are no

connections to the Route 2 North Shore Shuttle in the evening.

The Walnut Street Bridge is the world’s longest pedestrian bridge and connects

the North Shore near Coolidge Park with downtown Chattanooga on the other

side of the river. There are no public parking lots or garages near the Walnut

Street Bridge on the downtown side of the river, but crossing the Walnut Street

Bridge would be a lovely walk with beautiful views.

Chattanooga Seafood Bash

On The River

Coolidge Park, 150 River Street Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405


Robin 706-897-6179   Marge 678-327-4261

Free Admission to enter the Seafood Bash.

Food and Drinks are extra