The iconic waterfall at Rock City gets an annual St Patrick’s Day makeover.
Rock City is an incredible natural Georgian beauty near the Tennessee border. Only six miles from downtown Chattanooga, Rock City is 1700 feet above sea level. There’s a 100-foot waterfall that cascades down the mountain’s edge, otherwise known as Lovers Leap.
The magnificent waterfall will be getting a makeover this St. Patrick’s Day, for Chattanooga’s premier St. Patrick’s Day event Shamrock City. The event will be taking place for two weekends in March, on the 11th & 12th, as well as the 18th & 19th.
The annual St. Patrick’s Day event features Irish food, pop-up Irish dancing performances, Suffolk sheep, and fun for the whole family! Rock City Talent Dancers will explore the world of Irish dance, performing Irish, Celtic, and Scottish inspired jibs throughout the event.
As well as special musical performances from an impressive line-up of artists, carefully curated with St. Paddy’s Day in mind. Not to mention the enchanting grounds and gardens you can explore at Rock City.
Timed entry reservations are recommended as dates can sell out. General admission tickets are not accepted on this day.
Click here to purchase Rock City Premiere Event Admission tickets, costing $29.95 for adults & $19.95 for children. Make sure to purchase the premiere tickets and select your preferred date to access Shamrock City.
Rock City is located on Lookout Mountain, GA 30750, USA. Make sure to check out Rock City’s St. Patrick’s Day extravaganza! Click here for more information by visiting their website.
In other springtime news, the Atlanta Botanical Garden have a beautiful exhibit on display by recycle artist Thomas Dambo. Larger-than-life trolls have completely transformed the grounds, with these giant sculptures scattered around the entire garden. Click here for more information.
Featured Image: Rock City