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22 July 2019
String Orchestra Intermediate Camp (TRAA)
$75/student
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Thomasville Road Academy of the Arts offers a string camp in summer 2019 for intermediate string players (violin, viola, cello, bass), ages 6 to 14. Students should have a basic knowledge of music reading and have been studying strings in school or privately for at least one year. All students are responsible to bring their own instrument and folding stand. Enrolled students will take part in a large string orchestra experience as well as smaller chamber group assignments. A typical day will include a brief Bible study on the topic of music and worship, chamber group practices/coachings, orchestra sectionals, full orchestra rehearsal, and a short music theory/music history class. A concert will be given on Friday at 11 am for parents and family to attend, showcasing the string orchestra and chamber groups.
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25 July 2019
FSU Summer Chorale (2 of 2)
Unless otherwise noted, all events are free admission and open to the public. Please see http://www.music.fsu.edu/Concerts-and-Events for information about the College of Music venues.
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The FSU College of Music Choral area is pleased to present the Summer Chorale, a concert of new and traditional vocal works. Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall. Admission to this performance is free and open to the public.
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28 July 2019
Christopher Titus
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P1 Floor level $40 advance $45 day of show,
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29 July 2019
Overture Beginning Violin Camp
Cost: $125
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Overture Beginning Violin CampDates: July 29-August 2, 2018
Times: 9 am to 12 noon
Cost: $125
Provided: violin to use during the camp, morning snackActivities:
Note reading
Musical games
Learning basic technique of the violin
Movement
SingingInstruments will be provided by Playground Music!Register here There is an option to participate in LeMoyne Art camps for their afternoon sessions – please contact them directly to make arrangements: http://www.lemoyne.org/lemoyne-arts-summer-camp-2018/
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5 August 2019
Back to School Orchestra Boot Camp
Cost: $125
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Chamber Music WorkshopDates: August 5-9, 2018
9 am to 12 noonViolin, viola, and cello
Rising 4th-8th grade
Minimum 1 year experience required
This camp is designed for students who will be returning to school orchestra in the fall. We will focus on proper technique, as well as orchestra etiquette and listening skills. Note reading, scales, and theory will also be included.Register here For all day fun – visit LeMoyne ArtEducation and add their afternoon camp option for a complete art experience for your kids – their link is here: http://www.lemoyne.org/lemoyne-arts-summer-camp-2018/
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15 August 2019
The Drowsy Chaperone
$25 Adults
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Take a trip through the imagination of our narrator as he listens to a rare recording of an old Jazz-Age musical. The characters appear in his dingy apartment, his flat is transformed into an impressive Broadway set, and both the narrator and the audience are taken on a 90 minute roller coaster ride of song, dance and laughter.
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6 September 2019
First Friday Sip & Stroll featuring Honey Hounds
Free Admission
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FREE ADMISSION & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Kick off your weekend in Downtown Thomasville at our First Friday Sip & Stroll!
Theme: Soulful September
Featured Band: Honey Hounds
Time: 6-10 pmParticipating shops and restaurants will be open late, and our concert will be held from 8-10 pm at The Ritz Amphitheater (131 South Stevens Street). This gives you time to shop and dine before the concert.The Honey Hounds are here to re-energize western music and embody the rock n roll lifestyle while embracing the roots of soul and funk. Balancing between righteousness and the mysticism that surrounds the blues culture, they've come to represent the resurgence of a genre and the voice of a generation.Don't forget, you'll need an armband in order to stroll the streets with a beer or wine. Armbands are free…just ask for one when you purchase your beer or wine at one of the following places:
AJ Moonspin & Pasta Luna
Billiard Academy
Music Bar at Bloch Piano and Music Center
Chop House on the Bricks
Element Style Bar
Farmer's Daughter Vineyards + Tasting Room
Frida's Mexican Bar and Grill
George and Louie's Restaurant
Hubs and Hops
Liam's Restaurant, Lounge & Cheese Shoppe
Paulie's Brick Oven Pizza
The Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Relish
So. Ho.
The Sweet and Savory Sisters
Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese Shop
It's a great night to come Downtown and sip, stroll, shop, dine, and listen to some great music. For more information, call (229) 228-7977.
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6 September 2019
JJ Grey and Mofro
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Welcomed By Golf 104
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13 September 2019
The 2nd Annual Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival
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If you missed last years kick-off the 1st Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival @ the Centre of Tallahasee (Tallahassee Mall) , then you Dont want to Miss the 2nd Annual Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival….Kicks off with 3 pageants…1. Prince & Princess Pageant Sunday Aug. 18th, followed by  2. The Miss Big bold & Beautiful Pageant. Sunday Aug. 25th, followed by  3. Tallahassee Carnival Queen Pageant Sunday Sept. 7th……followed by the The 2nd Annual Tallahassee Caribbean Carnival.  kicks off Friday Sept. 13th, Saturday Sept. 14th, and ends Sunday September 15th all happening at the Center of Tallahassee for more info: 850-251-2482
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16 September 2019
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
$60 | $50 | $40
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rock, soul

St. Paul & The Broken Bones formed in 2012, releasing their debut album Half the City in 2014 and its follow up, 2016's Sea of Noise, to much acclaim, placing them on the national scene. The band worked hard to prove they were no mere retro-soul band—from relentlessly touring, including opening for The Rolling Stones, headlining at the Ryman Auditorium, to TV appearances including The Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Austin City Limits, and three appearances on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. In the band's new album, Young Sick Camellia (RECORDS), St. Paul & The Broken Bones has created a space to rival any forward-thinking band making music today, based on a concept all-too familiar: family, and how we love them despite our differences.Next Event
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23 September 2019
Sinatra with Matt Dusk
$45
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jazz

Sinatra. All that cool, classy style and energy from the Rat Pack shows of yesterday are right here, right now. Take a journey with award-winning, multi-platinum selling crooner Matt Dusk as he whisks you away to Las Vegas in 1966 where he pays homage to his hero Frank Sinatra. With new arrangements by GRAMMY® Award winning arrangers Pat Williams and Sammy Nestico, Dusk transports you back in time to one of music's most elegant eras. A time when “Come Fly With Me,” “I've Got You Under My Skin,” “Fly Me To The Moon” and “One For My Baby” dominated the charts.Previous Event Next Event
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3 October 2019
Hiplet Ballerinas
$35 | $20
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ballet, dance

Hiplet fuses classical pointe technique with African, Latin, hip-hop and urban dance styles that are rooted in communities of color. By mixing ballet with current popular songs familiar to audiences who don't normally attend ballet, Hiplet is making ballet accessible to all. Performances may incorporate the rhythms of African drums with Tchaikovsky, arabesques and beat-boxing or even tango en pointe—all while showcasing Hiplet's trademark sass, hip movements, and struts to popular music such as Black Violin or Beyoncé. After features on Good Morning America, Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post, this new art form has gone viral since spring 2016. Partnerships with Mercedes Benz, Vogue's Anna Wintour, New York and Paris Fashion Week, W Magazine, Versace and Old Navy, to name a few, have culminated in an incredible worldwide demand for choreographer Homer Bryant's innovative technique.Previous Event Next Event
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4 October 2019
First Friday Sip & Stroll featuring Ozell Road
Free Admission
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FREE ADMISSION & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!Kick off your weekend in Downtown Thomasville at our First Friday Sip & Stroll!
Theme: Rock the Ritz
Featured Band: Ozell Road
Time: 6-10 pmParticipating shops and restaurants will be open late, and our concert will be held from 8-10 pm at The Ritz Amphitheater (131 South Stevens Street). This gives you time to shop and dine before the concert.Forged in the early morning hours on a desolate dirt road in the Middle-of-Nowhere, USA, Ozell Road is the love child of five of South Georgia's most musically talented and free-spirited young men. Inspired from the classics of Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and the Allman Brothers, Ozell Road comes at you with a heavy groove, scintillating leads, and southern friend jam. The boys play a wide variety of classic rock hits and also lay down new upbeat sounds from the likes of John Mayer and MGMT. As a full five-piece band, Ozell Road has unparalleled talent and is sure to play a little something for everyone!Don't forget, you'll need an armband in order to stroll the streets with a beer or wine. Armbands are free…just ask for one when you purchase your beer or wine at one of the following places:
AJ Moonspin & Pasta Luna
Billiard Academy
Music Bar at Bloch Piano and Music Center
Chop House on the Bricks
Element Style Bar
Farmer's Daughter Vineyards + Tasting Room
Frida's Mexican Bar and Grill
George and Louie's Restaurant
Hubs and Hops
Liam's Restaurant, Lounge & Cheese Shoppe
Paulie's Brick Oven Pizza
The Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Relish
So. Ho.
The Sweet and Savory Sisters
Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese ShopIt's a great night to come Downtown and sip, stroll, shop, dine, and listen to some great music. For more information, call (229) 228-7977.
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7 October 2019
Slocan Ramblers
$40
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bluegrass

The Slocan Ramblers are Canada's bluegrass band to watch. Rooted in tradition, fearlessly creative and possessing a bold, dynamic sound, The Slocans have become a leading light of today's acoustic music scene. With a reputation for energetic live shows, impeccable musicianship and an uncanny ability to convert anyone within earshot into a lifelong fan, The Slocans have been winning over audiences from Merlefest to RockyGrass and everywhere in between. The Slocans' performances showcase their unique blend of bluegrass, old-time and folk with deep song writing, lightning fast instrumentals and sawdust-thick vocals. This is roots music without pretension, music intended to make you feel something—say hello to your new favorite band.Previous Event Next Event
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10 October 2019
Shana Tucker, ChamberSoul™ Cello & Songs
$35
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chambersoul, jazz

With a deep respect for lyrical storytelling, cellist/singer-songwriter Shana Tucker delivers a unique voice through her self-described genre of ChamberSoul™. Shana's melodies weave strong hints of jazz, classical, soulful folk, acoustic pop and a touch of R&B into a distinctive rhythmic tapestry. Having opened for internationally-acclaimed artists including Norah Jones, Sweet Honey in the Rock, the Blind Boys of Alabama and Indigo Girls, Shana's vocals and cello are featured on several studio and live recording projects by both independent and signed label artists and producers. Shana's style and sound have been described as a blend of Dianne Reeves, Joni Mitchell and Tracy Chapman with an efficient complexity that is reminiscent of Bill Withers.Previous Event Next Event
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11 October 2019
Chicago, In Collaboration with the Florida State University School of Theatre
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theatre

The roaring 20s is an era of jazz, bootleggers, and….celebrity criminals? Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart are the newest members of the Cook County Jail. Represented by the manipulative attorney, Billy Flynn, these two rival murderesses vie for the spotlight, public sympathy, and acquittals. Which one will capture the hearts of the media machine and which will fade into the shadows? With one show-stopping-song after another, it would be a crime to miss this musical spectacular.Previous Event Next Event
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16 October 2019
Julie Fowlis
$45
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celtic, folk

With roots firmly in the Scottish Gaelic culture and an exquisite voice, Julie Fowlis is able to bring folk music out of the past and into something contemporary, dynamic and irresistible. She is a multi-award-winning Gaelic singer who is deeply influenced by her early upbringing in the Outer Hebridean island of North Uist. Fowlis will forever be recognized for singing the theme song to Brave, Disney Pixar's Oscar, Golden Globe and British Academy of Film and Television Arts winning animated film, set in the ancient highlands of Scotland. She has been nominated as Folk Singer of the Year at the 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and Best Artist at the Songlines World Music Awards. Fowlis has collaborated, recorded and performed with artists such as violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti, and acclaimed singers Aled Jones, GRAMMY® Award winning James Taylor and Mary Chapin Carpenter.Previous Event Next Event
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31 October 2019
The Magic of Kevin Spencer, A Sensory-Friendly, Relaxed Family Performance
$10
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family, illusion, sensory-friendly

Join us on Halloween for a relaxed, sensory-friendly evening of family festivities designed for children of all ages and abilities. The Magic of Kevin Spencer features the extraordinary magician in a fun-filled show that combines storytelling, stage magic and audience participation. The show is appropriate for children with autism or with other developmental or intellectual disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. Be entertained by baffling magic in a relaxed, judgment-free environment. Kevin Spencer has earned accolades spanning an impressive 25-year career including 2009 International Magician of the Year, the 2015 Milbourne Christopher Award honoree for advancing the art of magic, and is a six-time recipient of Performing Arts Entertainer of the Year.Previous Event Next Event
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1 November 2019
First Friday Sip & Stroll featuring Mainstream Band
Free Admission
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FREE ADMISSION & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!Kick off your weekend in Downtown Thomasville at our First Friday Sip & Stroll!
Theme: Fall Fest
Featured Band: Mainstream Band
Time: 6-10 pmParticipating shops and restaurants will be open late, and our concert will be held from 8-10 pm at The Ritz Amphitheater (131 South Stevens Street). This gives you time to shop and dine before the concert.The Mainstream Band has been out pushing their way into the music scene to bring the fans an exciting, high energy show that all of the fans can enjoy. With the unique sound of Jack Brinson on vocals and guitar, the dynamic style of Antonio on bass, the fire setting drum genius Scooter Price, the fastest fingers on a keyboard is Steve Taylor, and rounding out the ensemble, the premier talented lead guitar player, Skyler McCrary. This band has a mix of sound you don't want to miss.Don't forget, you'll need an armband in order to stroll the streets with a beer or wine. Armbands are free…just ask for one when you purchase your beer or wine at one of the following places:
AJ Moonspin & Pasta Luna
Billiard Academy
Music Bar at Bloch Piano and Music Center
Chop House on the Bricks
Element Style Bar
Farmer's Daughter Vineyards + Tasting Room
Frida's Mexican Bar and Grill
George and Louie's Restaurant
Hubs and Hops
Liam's Restaurant, Lounge & Cheese Shoppe
Paulie's Brick Oven Pizza
The Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Relish
So. Ho.
The Sweet and Savory Sisters
Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese ShopIt's a great night to come Downtown and sip, stroll, shop, dine, and listen to some great music. For more information, call (229) 228-7977.
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4 November 2019
Roanoke
$40
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americana, folk

Meeting at a junction of Americana, indie rock and folk, Roanoke is a rising band out of Nashville. The band creates rich harmonies and unforgettable songs of love, heartbreak and exploration. Roanoke uses their undeniable musical chemistry to create a unique and captivating sound full of cultural influences, roots instrumentation and catchy, memorable melodies. Their self-titled debut album Roanoke is an invigoratingly classic Americana album filled with modern yet vintage tunes that make the audience sit and listen to a back-porch tale in true Americana fashion. Roanoke has struck a balance between the narrative songwriting of folk, the ear candy appeal of pop and the roots authenticity of country music. With their growing fan base and energetic live show, they are set to shake the alternative Americana Folk scene in no time.Previous Event Next Event
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12 November 2019
James LeBlanc & The Winchesters
$45
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country, roots

As a songwriter, James LeBlanc has sold over 25 million records, with songs recorded by Rascal Flatts, Martina McBride, Thompson Square, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. James co-wrote the hit song “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde” for Travis Tritt. He also co-wrote the hits “Relentless” for Jason Aldean and “Learning How to Bend” for and with Gary Allan. After years behind the songs, James LeBlanc is now touring with The Winchesters. Playing live and working with talent like Muscle Shoals, artist/vocalist Angela Hacker, GRAMMY® Award winner Jimmy Nutt and players such as Brad Kuhn and Evan Lane are what give The Winchesters a fresh approach and was the impetus for their coming album, The Devil Between My Ears. Hacker, who is a winner of Nashville Star, brings a soulful southern vibe while singing lead on several of the album's songs.Previous Event Next Event
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17 November 2019
Jimmy Herring and The 5 of 7
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Advance General Admission $20 plus taxes and svc charges
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19 November 2019
Sister Hazel
$45 | $35
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country, folk, rock

Hailing from Gainesville, Florida, Sister Hazel's gifted, seasoned musicians' well-spring of natural talent has been called “one of the Top 100 Most Influential Independent Performers of the last 15 years” by Performing Songwriter Magazine. The band's song “All For You” topped the adult alternative charts during the summer of 1997 and hit No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, propelling their album …Somewhere More Familiar to platinum status. The band released their first country album, Lighter in the Dark, in February 2016. It made a strong debut, hitting #4 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, #6 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart, #30 on Billboard's Top Current Albums chart. Most recently, Sister Hazel released their “Element” EP series, which includes Water (February 2018), Wind (September 2018) and Fire (February 2019).Previous Event Next Event
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6 December 2019
First Friday Sip & Stroll featuring Remember Jones
Free admission
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FREE ADMISSION & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!Kick off your weekend in Downtown Thomasville at our First Friday Sip & Stroll!
Theme: Holiday Sip & Stroll
Featured Band: Remember Jones
Time: 6-10 pmParticipating shops and restaurants will be open late, and our concert will be held from 8-10 pm at The Ritz Amphitheater (131 South Stevens Street). This gives you time to shop and dine before the concert.Remember Jones is a one-of-a-kind soul/pop singer, storyteller and bandleader with a throwback vibe and authentic energy. Collaboratively supported by a large ensemble of musicians (often featuring female backing vocalists, a horn section, and a six-piece rhythm section), the band has played to countless packed and sold-out ballrooms, clubs and theaters throughout the country.Don't forget, you'll need an armband in order to stroll the streets with a beer or wine. Armbands are free…just ask for one when you purchase your beer or wine at one of the following places:
AJ Moonspin & Pasta Luna
Billiard Academy
Music Bar at Bloch Piano and Music Center
Chop House on the Bricks
Element Style Bar
Farmer's Daughter Vineyards + Tasting Room
Frida's Mexican Bar and Grill
George and Louie's Restaurant
Hubs and Hops
Liam's Restaurant, Lounge & Cheese Shoppe
Paulie's Brick Oven Pizza
The Plaza Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Relish
So. Ho.
The Sweet and Savory Sisters
Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese ShopIt's a great night to come Downtown and sip, stroll, shop, dine, and listen to some great music. For more information, call (229) 228-7977.
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