Photo Gallery compiled by Assistant Photo Editor Cade Deakin. Photos by Features Editor Katie Haremski and Assistant Features Editor Ashley Rutledge.

By Ashley Rutledge, Assistant Features Editor —

Moon Taxi added another trip to Chattanooga on Saturday, Sept. 22, as part of their tour to promote their fifth album Let the Record Play.


Moon Taxi, led by front man Trevor Terndrup, sang many of their popular hits including one of their biggest so far, “Two High.”


Fellow Nashville-based group Luthi opened for Moon Taxi with songs from their debut album. The self-described “Boogie Circus” band comprises nine members and straddles the line between rock and funk.


Both performances had the crowd dancing and singing along. For many attendees, it was their first time seeing Luthi perform live, so lead singer and the band’s namesake Christian Luthi hung out next to his merch following the show.


The concert was hosted by one of Chattanooga’s newest music venues, The Signal, located next door to Southside Social. Tickets ranged from $27-$30.

To learn more about Moon Taxi or view their upcoming tour dates, visit

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