This week; Grammy-award winning bassist Trae Pierce & the T-Stone Band, Chris Bandi, Susto, The Vagabonds and so much more! FRIDAY 4.28 The Hummingbird Stage & Taproom www.thebirdstage.com Trae Pierce & The T-Stones 10 PM // $5 The Grammy-Award winning bassist of the legendary Blind Boys of Alabama comes to
An annual tradition at The Grand Opera House for 19 years. And it continues to sell out thanks to Berry’s stage performance and wide appeal. Show at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $38. TheGrandMacon.com
Bringing you a night of improv with our new improv troupe, “Aren’t you Steve?” Tickets are $7. Doors are at 7:30PM. Show at 8PM.
Amy Schwartz Moretti, violin; Julie Albers, cello; Elizabeth Pridgen, piano. The popular trio returns with an early holiday gift, including the “Archduke” trio by Beethoven. Neva Langley Fickling Hall in the McCorkle Music Building. Tickets are $15 per person. Pay at the door, or reserve seats by phone, call (478)
Saturday Dec 10th – 12-6pm and Sunday Dec 11th. – 1-5pm. Get in the holiday spirit with InTown Macon Neighborhood Association. Tour 10 beautiful historic homes decorated for the holidays. Stop into High Street Church for light refreshments. Tickets are $20. Check our website for more information or to purchase
Two home games, Friday & Saturday. Start time 7:35 p.m. December 10th: Outdoor Concert from Pursuit Worship; Life-size Jenga, Connect 4, Cornhole, and other games; Jersey Auction after the game benefiting the Children’s Hospital of Macon. Tickets start at $13. Each of our four ticket levels are available for any
Dec. 9-10 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10. The Choral Society of Middle Georgia; Mercer University Choir; and Mercer University Orchestra present “Messiah” by G. F. Handel.
Thursday, Dec 8 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 10 at 1:30. Sample Macon music history with the tastes and tales from favorite Moonhanger group restaurants and music history spots. For reservations call 955-5997 or visit RockCandyTours.com
It began as the dream of one woman, Jean Evans Weaver, an annual local production of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Ballet that would rival those presented by the country’s premier city ballet companies. In its 31 seasons, more than 100,000 people witnessed the unfolding magic of the world’s most beloved ballet, performed