Concerts in Warner Robins


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  • The Edge 14
    The Edge’s movie masters light up wall-to-wall screens with anticipated blockbusters and obscure indie flicks as guests kick back in high-backed, adjustable chairs. 18-inch risers position each row at just the right height for an unobstructed stadium-style view, and Dolby Digital surround sound systems tickle eardrums with multidimensional soundscapes. While cinephiles tuck in to tasty tidbits and delicious plotlines, moveable cup-holder armrests make it easy to stow beverages, snuggle with loved ones, or catapult beverages onto not-so-loved ones. The concessions stand sells beer and wine throughout screenings.
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    245 Tom Hill Sr Blvd
    Macon, GA US
  • Grand Opera House
    Part of The Grand Opera House's Broadway Series, All Shook Up is a pompadoured reinterpretation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night told through the familiar melodies of Elvis Presley. It recounts the tale of a guitar-playing motorcyclist who casts a spell over a tiny Midwestern town with rock, rebellion, and meticulously calculated hip gyrations, leaving a flurry of mistaken identities and love triangles in his wake. The show delights loyal subjects of the King with more than 24 popular Elvis tunes throughout, such as "Love Me Tender," "Heartbreak Hotel," "A Little Less Conversation," and "Ed Sullivan is a Bit of a Prude." The show takes place at the historic Grand Opera House, a restored relic dating back to 1884 as a popular home for musicals, plays, and traveling vaudeville acts.
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    651 Mulberry St
    Macon, GA US
  • Macon Symphony Orchestra
    Playing whimsical performances that have been praised by AOL News and the Lake Oconee Breeze, the Macon Symphony Orchestra charms eardrums with contemporary gems and golden oldies of both classical and popular music. With the help of his bow-wielding compatriots, conductor John Simons will shepherd concert-goers through the symphonic frontiers of Hollywood, lassoing tunes from golden-age classics such as Gone With the Wind and modern-day hits such as Titanic.
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    400 Poplar Street
    Macon, GA US
  • Macon Film Festival
    From February 17–20, the sixth annual Macon Film Festival (MaGa) will flicker frames of independent and artistic films across the avid irises of movie-goers. With submissions from more than 10 countries and a gaggle of genres including narrative feature, documentary, experimental, and animation, the deciding jurors will critique scripts, scrutinize cinematography, and measure stars’ performances by their solar mass. Each poignant picture selected for the festival is showcased at one of three viewing venues: Cox Capitol Theatre, the Douglass Theatre, and the Macon Marriott City Center, each within walking distance of their fellow forums. Arrive 20 minutes early to screenings to help ensure seating, as passes do not guarantee admission.
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    533 Cherry St.
    Macon, GA US
  • Arts Association in Newton County
    After the Arts Association in Newton County found early success with its concert series in the late 1980s, the performing arts company started its first children's education program in 1991 to incorporate the entire community in their productio
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    1106 Washington St SW
    Covington, GA US
  • The Villages Amphitheater
    • For $15, you get two general-admission lawn tickets to see Frank Sinatra interpreter Steve Lippia on Saturday, July 9 at 8 p.m. (a $30 value). • For $25, you get two reserved terrace tickets to see Frank Sinatra interpreter Steve Lippia on Saturday, July 9 at 8 p.m. (a $50 value). • For $20, you get two general-admission lawn tickets to see country-guitarist Roy Clark on Saturday, July 23 at 8 p.m. (a $40 value). • For $30, you get two reserved terrace tickets to see country-guitarist Roy Clark on Saturday, July 23 at 8 p.m. (a $60 value).
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    301 Lafayette Ave
    Fayetteville, GA US
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