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Free Fall Fan Jam with Colt Ford

Date(s): 10/8/2014

Wednesday, October 8th | 6:30pm

Lady Antebellum Amphitheater
Free Fall Fan Jam with Colt Ford.
Free Admission - Free Parking

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96.3 Kiss FM Family Reunion

Date(s): 9/13/2014

Saturday, September 13th | Gates at 2pm - Show 3-7pm

Evans Towne Center Park

Freddie Jackson
Jagged Edge
Avery Sunshine
CeCe Peniston
Anthony David
Leela James
Eric Mayweather & Finesse Band
Urban Mystic
Calvin Richardson

This event offers a place where old friends and close family, alumni associations and social clubs can meet up for great fun, good food and R&B musical performances by both national and local artists, and more!

Join us for this day long festival, which will offer a smorgasbord of vendors, adult recreation and fun, a health and wellness pavilion, a car and bike show, old school artists, new school R&B and popular local bands along with a feel good “party” atmosphere!

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Tuesday's Music Live

Date(s): 9/23/2014 Date(s): 10/7/2014 Date(s): 10/21/2014 Date(s): 11/4/2014 Date(s): 11/18/2014 Date(s): 12/2/2014 Date(s): 1/6/2015 Date(s): 1/20/2015 Date(s): 2/17/2015 Date(s): 3/3/2015 Date(s): 3/17/2015

Tuesdays at 12pm

Saint Paul's Church / 605 Reynolds St / Augusta, GA 30901
27th Season 2014-2015
The season features 13 free concerts that begin at noon and conclude at 12:30 p.m. Lunch is served immediately following the concerts in the River Room facility accessible by the Grand Staircase and elevator. Lunches are $10 per person and include main course, dessert, iced tea and Starbucks coffee. Private tables are available for groups of 4 or more and large groups can be accommodated.

23 September: Fred Moyer, Piano
In memory of Mrs. Ruth Jones Lewis & Mrs. Shirley Blitch Brinson
Made possible by a gift from Gardelle Lewis

7 October: Michael Nigro, Guitar
Made possible by a gift from the Georgia Bank & Trust Company

21 October: Duo Astralis
Angela Massey, Flute and Vahan Sargsyan, Piano

4 November: Yooni Han, Pianist
Made possible by a gift from the Bertram Maxwell Charitable Trust

18 November: The William Toole Concert
Emil Altschuler, Violin and Artem Belogurov, Piano
Made possible by a gift from Anita Irwin and the Augusta Garden Club

2 December: The Roger Denning Holiday Concert
UGA Accidentals
Made possible by a gift from Nell Denning

6 January 2015: The Roy Goodwin Concert
Davidson Fine Arts School Chorale
Made possible by a gift from Selly Goodwin

20 January: The Martha Curtis Concert
David Burgess, Guitar
Made possible by a gift from Platt’s Funeral Homes

3 February: The Robert Haynie Concert
Blair McMillen, Pianist
Made possible by a gift from B.J. Haynie

17 February: Francesca Anderegg, Violin
Brent Funderburk, Piano

3 March: Crystal Trio
Made possible by a grant from the Osteen Foundation

17 March: Celtic Duo, Dana & Kyle
Made possible by a gift from A.B. Beverage Company
706.722-3463 (Box Office)

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Jazz Ambassadors

Date(s): 9/1/2014

Monday, September 1st | 6pm

City Park / 500 S. Liberty St. / Waynesboro, GA
Free Concert presented by The Jazz Ambassadors of the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C.
Kaye Jones
Don Lively, DDA

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Orleans Six Band

Date(s): 12/5/2014

Friday, December 5th | 7:30pm

The Etherredge Center for Fine and Performing Arts / 471 University Parkway / Aiken, SC 29801
The Orleans Six is regarded by fans and musicians alike as one of the hardest swinging bands in New Orleans, accompanied by two of the best traditional jazz and swing dancers from New Orleans. Ben Polcer (trumpet/vocals) and Bruce Brackman (clarinet) had been playing across the street from each other in traditional jazz bands in New Orleans for years. Wanting to collaborate for some time, they found a night of the week where they could finally play music together. Their mission was simple, to round up the best traditional jazz players in New Orleans and play jazz the way it was meant to be played, with tons of fire and to get people dancing.

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