2911 Riverwest Drive
Augusta, GA 30907
Phone: (706) 434-2540
Fax: (706) 434-2541
2911 Riverwest Drive, Augusta, GA, US, 30907
- Phone: (706) 434-2540
- Fax: (706) 434-2541
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
Named after Augusta's famous daughter, Jessye Norman, an acclaimed opera singer, this coliseum besides the Savannah River is one of the popular entertainment spots in the city. Nestled in the Riverwalk Augusta, Jessye Norman Amphitheater is a scenic venue for concerts, theater, festivals and more.
Built in 1917, this historic theatre hosted vaudeville in its early days, as well as the original silent movies, and is used today for live stage performances. This theatre is the home of the Augusta Opera and the Augusta Ballet.
Celebrate Earth Day during this event that includes a 5K run, exhibits and workshops, an open house, tours, concessions, and hikes through the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park.
Nestled in the Evans Towne Center Park, the Pavilion is an ideal place for family outing. You can enjoy a picnic with your friends or simply be all by yourself and read a book. Apart from that, it can also be hired for functions and events. Call ahead for more details.
With a capacity to host 90 spectators at a time, Downstairs Live may appear dwarfed by other larger music venues in the city. However, the intimacy this basement venue provides for the artist-audience interaction matches no other venues in the city. The walls are neatly laden with photographs and posters of various artists and bands, and the dimly lit ambiance sets the tone for some power packed performances. Alternative rock/ pop artists and bands like Serena Ryder, The Well Reds, The Gabe Dixon Band and hundreds of others have charmed the small crowd that has gathered here every time. The events held here are quite popular among the masses, so make sure you call well in advance and book your tickets.
Founded in 1882, this polo club plays medium goal tournaments on five top quality Bermuda fields during the polo seasons from September through November and March through June. Games are held on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. United States Polo Association sanctioned tournaments are held in April and October.
The Aiken Tennis Club was incorporated in 1898 with the sponsorship of financier and head of the prominent Whitney family, William C. Whitney. It is located in Aiken, South Carolina. The club building was constructed around 1902. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 27, 1984.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
This community theater performs entertaining and high quality plays and musicals including such classics as Miracle on 34th Street, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Importance of Being Earnest. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 3:00 p.m.