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The Nightmare Before Christmas
Oct 29 - 30, 2021
Closed September 24, 2021
One of the shining stars of modern folk, Amos Lee crosses the genres of folk, soul and jazz and calls on Stevie Wonder and James Taylor as major influences. His 2011 album 'Mission Bell' topped the Billboard charts and included contributions from Willie Nelson among others. His follow-up may have been met with mixed reviews, but as with any singer-songwriter of this genre, it's at a live performance where the magic is truly made.
October 8, 2021
Celebrating over 50 solid years since the first airing of their TV show in America, The Monkees are back for another tour of the country. The Evening With the Monkees lineup will comprise of the remaining members; Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith as they perform a plethora of their greatest hits as well as tracks from their 2016 release Good Times!
October 9, 2021
Award-winning comedian, media personality and former senator Al Franken heads on a nationwide tour where audiences will get a first-hand insight into the public figure's fascinating life. From his start as a writer on SNL during the '70s and '80s to his time as a senator in Minnesota to his two Grammys, five Emmys and four books that hit the New York Times #1 best-seller list, Franken will have plenty to talk about.
October 22, 2021
Arguably the first big star to bring Country to a mainstream audience in the 1990s, Black is one of the first artists in a generation that took inspiration from Merle Haggard, Bob Wills, and George Jones, taking rock-oriented pop and mixing it up in a country setting. Offering an easily marketable and squeaky clean image of Country, he smoothed the way for artists after him to come along, particularly Garth Brooks.
October 29 - 30, 2021
The public's fascination with Tim Burton's iconic 1993 dark fantasy film The Nightmare Before Christmas hasn't faded since its release. In fact, it's become a tradition to watch Jack Skellington's deliciously dark misadventure on both Halloween and Christmas! Don't miss this film screening accompanied by a live orchestral score.
1280 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30309
The Woodruff Arts Center was birthed out of tragedy. It was opened in 1968 to commemorate the members of Atlanta's arts and civic community who died in an airplane crash in Paris six years previously. Since then, it has become of the country's largest and busiest performing arts centers and is home to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the High Museum of Art.
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