Our 11th Annual Parade and Festival is better than ever, and this time we’re coming back from last year’s brief interruption. We’ll start our parade at 10 am on Broad Street, then open up the Festival at 10:30 am with speakers, information about LGBT groups, and entertainers at 11 am back at the Augusta Common.
This new exhibit at the City Gallery explores a collection of historical documents, oral history quotes, and artwork by local artists created in response to the memory of the May 1970 Augusta Riot. Artworks in this exhibit are by Devin Lovett, Warren Richard, Wesley Stewart and Matthew Thomas.
Take an adventure into the sea with Baby Shark as he joins up with his friend Pinkfong to sing and dance through some of your favorite new and classic songs! Baby Shark Live! is a state-of-the-art enchanting kids spectacular.
After a year off due to COVID-19 the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council is proud to announce that the Summer in the Park series is back on 2021! Artists include Swingshift, Fabio and Friends, Savannah River Winds Concert Band and Double D. There is plenty of room to spread out in Maude Edenfield Park, so social distancing is possible for those so inclined.
The Augusta University Writing Project will virtually host eight award-winning and groundbreaking authors representing both literary excellence and LGBTQ+ pride throughout the month of June.
Jazz Vespers is a free, outdoor concert series hosted by Wycliffe Gordon and Augusta University, featuring musicians from the region. All concerts are held on the lawn of St. Luke Church. The Ed Fuqua group is composed of Tim Leahey on trumpet and flugelhorn, Amos Hoffman on guitar, Edwin Hamilton on drums, and Ed Fuqua on double bass.