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Annette Howell Turner Center
Valdosta, Georgia

Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts showcases visual art by local, national and international artists.

Coleman Opera House and Museum
Fort Gaines, Georgia

Coleman Opera House and Museum is a former 1800 entertainment hall that now showcases Fort Gaines history through artifacts and memorabilia.

The Colony City Opry
Fitzgerald, Georgia

Local musicians perform Gospel and Country music on fiddle, guitar and other instruments. Performances are open to guests from the audience. The Colony City Opry is held on Saturdays from 6PM until midnight. Info: Call 229-426-5033 or 800-386-4642.

Colquitt County Arts Center
Moultrie, Georgia

Colquitt County Arts Center is the home of local theater performances, arts programs and art exhibits in Moultrie.

Cotton Hall
Colquitt, Georgia

Cotton Hall is a renovated 70 year old cotton warehouse that is the home of Swamp Gravy productions. This unique rustic flavored theater is fully equipped with multi-level staging, state-of-the-art lighting, and set design. Cotton Hall also features the Museum of Southern Culture, a gift shop and a Commons area.

Fitzgerald Grand Theatre
Fitzgerald, Georgia

Fitzgerald Grand Theatre is a restored 1930s movie theater that is now an 846 performance theater with an orchestra pit and a movie projection system with a silver screen.

Freedom Singers Live Performance
Albany, Georgia

The Freedom Singers, made famous during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, perform live every 2nd Saturday, 1 PM, at the Albany Civil Rights Institute in Albany Georgia.

Gallery on Tenth
Columbus, Georgia

Gallery on Tenth (formerly Joseph House Gallery) features fine art by local and regional artists. Featured artwork includes paintings, photographs, pottery, woodworking, cards as well as gifts.

LaGrange Art Museum
LaGrange, Georgia

LaGrange Art Museum is an art gallery that features contemporary American art. The art gallery is housed in the former Troup County Jail.

Lamar Dodd Art Center
LaGrange, Georgia

Lamar Dodd Art Center contains the work of Lamar Dodd, a 20th Century Southern painter. Dodd's artwork housed at this art center is a permanet collection.

Liberty Theatre Cultural Center
Columbus, Georgia

Liberty Theatre Cultural Center is a community performing arts center. Built in 1924 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Liberty Theatre was Columbus' first African-American theater and the city's largest movie house. This historic theatre has witnessed performances by Marion Anderson, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne and Ma Rainey. Liberty Theatre is also a major attraction on Georgia's Black Heritage Trail.

Peach State Summer Theatre
Valdosta, Georgia

Peach State Summer Theatre is Georgia's official musical theater. Shows include Broadway musicals such as Beauty and the Beast, Cabaret and Chicago. Performances run from June through mid-July.

RiverCenter for the Performing Arts
Columbus, Georgia

RiverCenter for the Performing Arts is the home of the Columbus Symphony and a popular location for performances by visiting entertainers.

Rylander Theatre
Americus, Georgia

Rylander Theatre which opened in 1921 for the purpose of providing live entertainment, vaudeville shows and silent pictures is now a restored treasure that is the home of the Sumter Players, as well as a venue for touring shows, concerts, recitals and conferences. The theatre is located in Downtown Americus. This treasure was also the location of the 75th birthday celebration for the 39th President of the United States, Jimmy Carter.

Sound Play
Parrott, Georgia

Sound Play is a musical playscape, which is an outdoor musical installation featuring tuned musical instruments. All instruments are made in conformance with ASTM and CPSC guidelines and are safe for use by children and adults. Instruments, built to withstand weather, include amadindas, marimbas metallophones and drums.

Springer Opera House
Columbus, Georgia

Springer Opera House is Georgia's Official State Theatre. Built in the valley of the Chattahoochee River by Alsace immigrant Francis Joseph Springer, a lover of Rhine River Valley theatre, music and dance, the opera house first opened in 1871 and quickly became a favorite stop for tours between Washington DC and New Orleans. The theatre features an Edwardian grand lobby and a gaslit street.

Thomasville Center for the Arts
Thomasville, Georgia

The Thomasville Center for the Arts is the location of theater perfromances in Thomasville. The center also contains regional and national art.

Tift Theatre for the Performing Arts
Tifton, Georgia

Tift Theatre for the Performing Arts is the home of local theater performances in Tifton. Built in 1937, this Art Deco-style theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places.


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