Let’s fill the streets with celebration as we come together with our neighbors to bring Glass Street back to life!Don’t miss an afternoon of family-friendly activities celebrating local artists and gospel singers, homegrown cooks and business owners, and Chattanooga’s most talented rappers, poets and dancers.

Now in its 7th year, Glass Street LIVE! is a true community event steered by resident-led committees who are doing everything from curating the music, vendors and family activities, to pushing out publicity and social media, to working with City officials on event logistics and street closures. Glass House Collective is proud to partner with and support our hard working neighbors to co-create our favorite day of the year!

Come meet your neighbors on Glass Street while checking out some of Chattanooga’s busiest non profits and neighborhood organizations like Chattanooga Girls Rock, Southeast Conservation Corps and the Glass Farm Block Leaders. Browse your favorite food and art vendors and pop-up boutiques while sharing your East Chattanooga memories at the Pop Up interactive History Museum.

Bounce over to the action-packed kid zone for live wrestling, a bounce house and more!

NEW THIS YEAR! A very special Glass Street History Performance Art experience featuring spoken word, choreography and original music will be presented thanks to a NeighborRoots Grant from Public Art Chattanooga and the City of Chattanooga! This exclusive and site-specific piece created for and about Glass Street is a collaboration between The Pop Up Project, Velvet Poetry Productions, Brophesor X and Glass House Collective.

We can’t wait to see everyone on Glass Street on November 9th!

Committee Members include:

Deborah Bledsoe, Glenda Welcher, Larry Hines, Gail McKeel, Belinda, Greg Alford, Image Noveick, Alan shropshire, Justine Jones, Tina Stewart, Darrell Martin, Chip Brown, Veronica Woods, Audrey McClure, Carmen Davis, Reggie Campbell, Lynsha Lake, Joe Lautigar, David Raley, C-Grimey, Jonathan Susman, Joyce Watson, Joel Tippins, Tinica Caperton
Janette Richie, Dr. Holmes, Carlos Hampton, and Stephanie Hurt.