HWY 255 BLUES CLUB SERIES
The Hwy 255 Blues Club concert series returns on the first Saturday of the month, January through May, 2024. These concerts are held in the Historic Gym and are sure to bring some of the best in blues music to the valley.
SATURDAY NIGHTS: Doors open at 6pm and the show begins at 7pm. Food to purchase will be available. Ticket Prices are $10 - $20.
Season Passes Available!
Adult passes: Members: $80.00, Non-members $90.00 Purchase Season Passes
- April 6:
Headliners are The Chris O'Leary Band, that returns to the Hwy 255 Blues Club series by popular demand. The Chris O'Leary Band is an international touring six-piece high energy horn driven Roots/Blues/Soul band that blends the sounds of Chicago, Memphis & New Orleans. Chris is a former member of Rock & Roll Hall of Famer's Levon Helms band, The Barnburners.
- May 4:
Headliner is Mudcat, "Internationally known gospel and bluesman. Mudcat continues the traditions of the early blues pioneers while adding his own Mudcat edge, resulting in one of Atlanta's greatest treasures. He regularly performs his Bayou-baked chicken-party revues at Atlanta's premier blues club, Northside Tavern." - Atlanta History Center
Creative minds are welcome to come show off their skills at Sautee Open Mic Nights!
Whether you're a singer, poet, musician, comedian, or performer of any type, we want to see your talent showcased on the stage. This is the place to show off your talents, or simply come out to watch your community members perform. Each performer will get 10 minutes to display their talents! Ages 18+ Only.
JERRY FINNEGANS SISTER, Community Theater
Written by: Jack Neary
Directed by: Gabriel Richman
Performances: March 7, 8 & 9 at 7:30pm; Sunday, March 10 at 2:30pm
The Center Theatre presents Jerry Finnegan's Sister by Jack Neary. Directed by Gabriel Richman, this community theatre production tells the story of Brian Dowd who has spent the last 10 years of his life wrestling with an unrequited 'something' for his best friend's sister, who happens to live right next door. But each and every time he's spoken with Beth Finnegan for more than 30 seconds, he's ended up with his foot planted firmly in his mouth.
Now, Brian's time is about to run out. With recent news that Jerry Finnegan's sister is getting married, the time has come for him to put up or shut up. Like John Wayne in The High and the Mighty, Brian has reached the point of no return. What's he got to lose - except the love of his life!
In a series of fast-moving, hysterically funny scenes, two actors play Brian and Beth from ages seven and six, through their adolescent and teen years, right up to the moment the play is happening, when they're both in their early 20s. This highly acclaimed comedy has charmed audiences of all ages and has been produced with great success in a number of theatres nationwide. It has been hailed by critics as "A delight...a gem! Has enough chuckles, guffaws and belly laughs to please any patron." Jerry Finnegan's Sister is the rare comedy that is at once entertaining, very funny, and, ultimately, touching. (Courtesy Dramatic Publishing)
JOHN PRINE TRIBUTE SHOW
with Bob Prim and the Radio Utility Players
February 10, 7:30pm & February 11, 2:30pm in Center Theatre
The Center Theatre presents Bob Prim and the 'Radio Utility Players' who join together to perform A John Prine Tribute Show. John Prine, one of the most influential singer-songwriters of a generation, died of COVID 19 on April 7, 2020.
Prine's songs are humorous, poignant, sad, happy, and insightful. Join us for a night of celebration with lots of Prine songs sung by the talented musicians you've come to know through the Valley Harmony Radio Show.
This is a fundraiser for SNCA.