Head southbound to get a little soulshine from the Georgia Players Guild’s Sounds of Georgia, “A Revue of Georgia’s Musical History” at Theatre Dublin on Friday, May 19th at 7 PM in Dublin GA!
If you can’t get no satisfaction with just one Georgia band, the Georgia Players Guild is bringing the remedy to Theatre Dublin with Sounds of Georgia: “A Revue of Georgia’s Musical History!” Whether you’re a small town Southern man, a black hearted woman or Mo-Dean, these talented musicians will give you your fill of Georgia’s musical flavors on Friday, May 19th! Emerse yourself in the sounds of Otis Redding, Ray Charles, Alan Jackson, Allman Brothers, R.E.M., Johnny Jenkins, Black Crowes, and more!
Doors open for general admission at 6:30 PM, and the show starts at 7 PM. Seating is first come, first served, so don’t be late!
Established in 2014, the Georgia Players Guild is a cooperative group of Georgia-based musicians and artists who perform tribute shows to artists including Tom Petty, The Beach Boys, Queen, and more. Members have appeared on network television shows like America’s Got Talent and performed onstage with multiple musical giants like Jennifer Holliday and Oteil Burbridge. This group of musicians exhibits the professionalism and talent to recreate shows note-for-note and pride themselves in bringing audiences experiences true to the original performances.
General admission is $29. The VIP ticket package is $42 and includes early seating, a private pre-show mini concert, a signed poster, and a chance to meet the band! Discounts are available for large groups.
Purchase tickets HERE!
For more information about tickets for Sounds of Georgia and other quality programming, or to reserve the theatre for an event, please visit Theatre Dublin or call 478-277-5074. Concessions will be available for purchase, and all proceeds from concession sales benefit future programming at Theatre Dublin.
Photo Credit: Ian Rawn Photography