February/March 2019 Calendar of Events

February Events

Feb 2. Tree Top Studios Presents A Night to Remember with Terri Gibbs featuring Ashley Gibbs and Blue Brindle Band. www.imperialtheatre.com.

Feb 2. Black Jacket Symphony at Miller Theater. The Black Jacket Symphony will present Queen’s legendary album A Night at the Opera live – note-for-note and sound-for-sound – as well as a full set of greatest hits. Taking the lead vocals – Marc Martel, the man responsible for the singing performances in the Freddy Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb 3. Georgia Bridal Show at The Bell Auditorium. The trusted, original, and most awarded & attended Georgia Bridal Shows & Wedding Expos since 1990. Visit, www.georgiabridalshow.com.

Feb 6. The Augusta Players Present: One Night Only featuring the stars of Catch Me If You Can along with special guests. Only 70 tickets will be sold. An intimate performance of your Broadway favorites and the stories surrounding the songs. Admission includes heavy hors d’oevres, wine and beer. A cash liquor bar is available. Come and celebrate an early Valentines Day! Tickets are on sale now! General Admission is $75
www.augustaplayers.org.

Feb 6. Yonder String Mountain SouthBound Smokehouse, Central Ave. Augusta.

Feb 8. Southern Soul and Song Presents Flatt Lonesome and Donna Ulisse and the Poor Mountain Boys. www.imperialtheatre.com.

Feb 8. Aaron Lewis at Miller Theater. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb. 8 Bethel at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

Feb 9. The Tony Howard Motown/Elvis Review, is a Las Vegas style show full of entertainers and dancers paying tributes to legendary artists such as Elvis, Tina Turner, The Temptations, Glady Knight & the Pips, and Earth, Wind & Fire and many more. You will hear songs such as “Proud Mary”, “Midnight Train to Georgia”, “My Girl”, “September”, and all hits by Elvis. People have traveled from all over the east coast to see this show. It’s going to be a stunning experience you’ll never forget. This type of entertainment is like no other. Visit, www.imperialtheatre.com.

Feb 9. Funny As Ish Comedy Tour. Comedian and actor Mike Epps with special guest host Sommore, Earthquake, DC Young Fly and Lavell Crawford to James Brown Arena. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

Feb 14. Le Chat Noir. 304 8th St. Augusta. Cupid’s Cabaret Performance of How the Other Half Loves. Join Le Chat for a romantic Valentine’s Day with a command performance. Enjoyed at a candlelit table for two and plated hors d’oeuvre. Visit, www.lcnaugusta.com.

Feb 14. The Wizard of Oz with Live Orchestra. Visit, www. millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb 15, 16 & 17. Four Little Girls Birmingham 1963. Every child imagines what they want to be when they grow up. The four little girls who attended the 16th Street Baptist Church were no exception. Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963 centers on Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Addie Mae Collins, four little girls who are multitalented and bursting with promise and who share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the civil rights movement. Location of event: Richmond Academy. Adults: $15. Students (under 18): $7. Please call the Augusta Players at 706-826-4707 for more information and group pricing. General Admission Reservations may be purchased online at www. squareup.com.

Feb 16. Valentine’s Weekend Featuring Jeffery Osborne & The Manhattans. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb 22 & 23. Fresh Grounded Faith Conference. Abilene Baptist Church. Augusta. Featuring Jennifer Rothschild, Lisa Whelchel, Karen Abercrombie & Michael O’Brien. Visit, www.freshgroundedfaith.com.

Feb 23. Friends of Frances & Augusta University Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Augusta Common. Reynolds Street. Friends of Frances (FOF) is a 501c3 founded to garner awareness for rare genetic diseases and individuals with special needs. FOF was founded in honor of a brave and beautiful girl, Frances Brown who was born with Macrocephally-Capillary Malformation (M-CM), a multiple malformation syndrome causing abnormal head and body overgrowth and abnormalities of the skin, vascular system, brain and limbs.  Her tenacity to overcome adversity with everyday life was an inspiration that resulted in a community of friends coming together to promote awareness of and provide assistance to children like Frances who live with rare diseases and special needs. Visit, www.friendsoffrances.org.

Feb 23. Mentors. Featured Pieces: Dvořák Slavonic Dance Op. 46 No. 1, Schumann Piano Concerto, Brahms Symphony No. 1. Visit, www.millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb 24. Steven Curtis Chapman. Solo. Visit, www.millertheateraugusta.com.

Feb 28. Gabriel Iglesias. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March Calendar

March 1. Home Free. The all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation is bringing Nashville country standards and country-dipped pop hits.  The band comes to town on the heels of their most recent full-length album release, TIMELESS, bringing with them new music and new humor every night. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

March 1. Tedeschi Trucks Band 8:00 PM at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March 2. Love & Laughter Date Night. 88.3 WAFJ and Queensborough National Bank & Trust present the annual Love & Laughter Date Night featuring artist Dan Bremnes (“Wherever I Go”) and comedy duo Bean & Bailey. This event is extremely popular, and tickets will sell quickly, so get yours today. Seating is limited. One $80 ticket covers admission for you and your guest, and includes a buffet dinner plus entertainment. Visit, www.wafj.com.

March 7. Michael Grandinetti. Be amazed as Michael Grandinetti combines cutting edge magic and illusions with music and suspense. He has performed at NFL halftime shows and at the Whitehouse – now see his daring, unbelievable magic live with the Augusta Symphony. Visit, www. millertheateraugusta.com.

March 8. For King And Country 7:00 PM at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March 9. Celtic Woman 8:00 PM at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March 13. Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles. This mind-blowing performance takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is “the next best thing to seeing The Beatles!” (Associated Press). Experience the worlds’ most iconic band. In addition to the updated sets that include state of the art LED, high-definition screens and multimedia content, RAIN will bring the Abbey Road album to life with the launch of the 2019 Tour. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

March 14. Sound Of Music 7:30 PM at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March 15. KC and The Sunshine Band 7:30 PM at Bell Auditorium. Visit, www.augustaentertainmentcomplex.com.

March 16. Augusta Symphony presents Sponsor a Veteran. Little River Band. Visit, millertheateraugusta.com.

March 21. Winter Jam 2019. Featuring News Boys United, Danny Goke, Mandisa & more at James Brown Arena. Visit, www. 2019.jamtour.com.

March 23. Tragedy & Triumph. Featured Pieces:STRAUSS Death & Transfiguration. MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto. TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 5. Visit, www.millertheateraugusta.com.

 

 

 

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