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Award from Stone Mountain
Grade 4 winners at the 2014 Greenville Scottish Games, our fourth win in a row

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So far, 2014 is turning out to be a banner year! We've won every contest that we've entered, placing first at the Rural Hill Scottish Festival and Loch Norman Highland Games, which included an Above Grade Level rating for both the pipe and drum corps, first place at the Smoky Mountain Highland Games, and first place at the Greenville Scottish Games. Video of these performances has been uploaded to Youtube and pictures have been posted to our Facebook page.

City of Chattanooga Pipe Band is currently ranked number one in the Southern Branch of the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association (EUSPBA), and is the premier pipe band in Tennessee. Our reputation for excellence has drawn players from around the Southeast, who drive two hours or more each way on practice nights. These players come from such cities as Huntsville, Atlanta, and Birmingham. Their dedication and contribution has played a major part in the success of the band.

Please visit and like our Facebook page. We post numerous pictures from the highland contests as well as news updates to the page.

Make plans now to come see us and hear our award-winning music. The band's 2014 event schedule is listed on the Calendar page of this site. Click here to open the calendar.

The Band

The City of Chattanooga Pipe Band, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation based in Chattanooga, TN.

At present, the band competes in Grade-IV contests as a member of the Eastern United States Pipe Band Association (EUSPBA). The EUSPBA, as the governing body, defines and enforces the rules of competition, ranks individual players and bands, and provides judges for the events.

The Band is actively recruiting new members and we invite anyone interested to come and visit a practice session. Our current practice location is Northside Presbyterian Church on Thursday nights, beginning at 7 p.m. Please email us for more information.