Begin the Holiday Season with Fun in Chattanooga
What better way to begin a festive holiday season than with entertaining and fun shows for the whole family in Chattanooga? Beginning in November, many of your favorite Chattanooga activities and shows turn their focus on the holiday season and bring fresh holiday offerings to the Chattanooga holiday scene.
The Chattanooga Riverboats are a popular Chattanooga activity during the summer and fall, but you can still enjoy a scenic and delicious dinner cruise in the holiday season! The Christmas Carol Dinner Cruise is a two hour scenic dinner cruise in the Southern Belle on the Tennessee River. The cruise features a delicious dinner with prime rib and shrimp creole, along with many sides and dessert. In addition, guests on the cruise enjoy the sights of Chattanooga accompanied by live music dancing. This cruise is so much fun that even Santa has been known to show up and hit the dance floor! Perfect for a romantic evening or a special family activity, the Chattanooga Riverboat is always a memorable activity. The Christmas Carol Cruise is available beginning November 26.
Elwood Smooch’s Choo Choo Cha Boogie Show
If you are looking for fun in Chattanooga, the Elwood Smooch Choo Choo Cha Boogie Show should be your first stop! This family-friendly variety show is complete with comedy, music, and hilarious antics of Elwood Smooch himself. During the holiday season, the regular Choo Choo Cha Boogie Show gives way to a Christmas show. Visitors can expect to hear some of their favorite holiday tunes combined with the regular hilarity of Elwood Smooch and his cast. The Elwood Smooch Christmas show begins on November 12.
Also at the Jukebox Junction Theater are the sounds of decades past at the Rock and Roll Revue Show. During the regular season, this show features a high-energy cast performing the best hits of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. For the holiday season, this show brings your favorite holiday songs to the stage with a Rock ‘n’ Roll twist. This show is fun for all ages, whether you are old enough to remember the 50s and 60s or not! The holiday show at Rock and Roll Revue begins November 12.