Sounds from a hot club will resonate off The Arts Council's Smithgall Arts Center walls as Annie Sellick returns with her band next weekend.
Mystical music as well as the blend of young and old voices will permeate throughout the First Presbyterian Church on two Sundays in April.
As the weather warms and flowers bloom announcing the arrival of spring, the Quinlan Visual Arts Center is joining the visual cues.
Pulling inspiration from Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, the Gasoline Bros. will show off its unique sound in concert at Grant Street Music Room in Clarkesville.
Moviegoers wishing to watch international and American independent films will have a prime chance during the Southeastern Film Festival this week in Dahlonega.
Live music, art and storytelling with an Appalachian mountain influence will step into the spotlight during the annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival in downtown Dahlonega.
Immerse yourself into the culture of Italy while being deluged with a water-filled experience at the same time.
The musical tale of the singing Sanders family and its trip to Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in the 1930s will once again be told at the Holly Theater in Dahlonega.
The interaction among three sisters and the cast of characters they meet in one day will appear on stage for all to see at the Habersham Community Theater.
Rather than perform one play, the West Hall High School thespians will give their audience a samplings of theatrical performances.
In addition to performing "The Great Gatsby," the Gainesville Theatre Alliance will produce Sam Shepard's play "A Lie of the Mind" as part of its Discovery Series of shows.
For one night only, The Arts Council will transform its headquarters in Gainesville into the gambling mecca of Monte Carlo with the feel of a James Bond film.
The Georgia Theatre Alliance will end its 35th season with a throwback to the roaring 1920s, when the parties were bigger, the shows were broader, the buildings were higher and the models were looser.
With Easter three days away, area children can still search for hidden Easter eggs on a historic locale in Gainesville.
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The 2017 Spring Chicken Festival is clucking its way back to Gainesville to celebrate the poultry industry with family fun.
According to the book of 1 Samuel 17, a young shepherd boy named David fought a Philistine man named Goliath, killing him with sling and ...
What do you get when you combine a beloved community theater group, an award-winning bluegrass band and an outstanding female singer known for her accomplishments ...
Wind ensemble fans have two opportunities to hear music by large and small groups at Piedmont College.
Originally from Canada, artist Frances Geiger didn't get involved with art until she was in her mid-40s. But you couldn't guess that from ...
Friends and members of the Elachee Nature Science Center will put on their party clothes for a casual evening filled with catered food and entertainment ...
When the sun sets April 29, area residents can stare into the night's sky and learn about the vast wonders of outer space during ...
Six University of North Georgia Gainesville campus students will have their moment in the sun coupled with a monetary prize.
Solo artists to marine artists to a society of artists are part of more than a hundred artists to be featured in the Quinlan Visual ...
As a dental technician and artist, Jim Stallings has quite the background.
For one night only, experience high energy, good-time music spiced with a healthy dose of the good-natured wit and patter that Banks Burgess and Paul ...
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