Top 10 in the 478 April/May 2019
Fired Works Patron & Preview Party
April 5 | Central City Park Round Building
The Fired Works Regional Ceramics Exhibition and Sale features 58 potters from Georgia and the Southeast.
Mercer University Orchestra
April 9 | Grand Opera House
Townsend School of Music and Robert McDuffie Center for Strings students perform with conductor Ward Stare in the beautiful Grand Opera House.
Magnolia Soap Box Derby
April 13 | Magnolia Street
Cheer on your favorite team as custom-built cars race down the steep hill for prizes, glory and bragging rights. Dance to music from a variety of DJs and enjoy a large selection of local vendors and food trucks.
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”
April 5-14 | Theatre Macon
Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel is brought to life in this adaptation about 15-year-old Christopher who has an extraordinary brain.
April 16 | Mercer University’s Fickling Hall
The Robert McDuffie Center for Strings Fabian Series closes on a high note, welcoming soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian with violist Hsin-Yun Yang for an evening of Brahms and Dvorak.
Spelman College Glee Club
April 28 | Douglass Theatre
HBCU Series presents this premier performance organization that has maintained a reputation for choral excellence since 1925.
Tubman African American Film Festival
May 3-5 | Tubman Museum
Join in for the inaugural festival consisting of film screenings, panel discussions, and audience Q&As with industry professionals
Dancing Stars of Central Georgia
May 4 | Macon City Auditorium
Support Alzheimer’s research by voting for your favorite pair of dancers in Macon’s own take on the popular television show.
Georgia College Dance Spring Concert
May 5 | Georgia College’s Russel Auditorium
Experience dance in this annual concert by the students of the school’s Dance Program, directed by Amelia Pelton and Natalie King.
Spring Stroll of Macon Houses and Gardens
May 3-5 | Hay House
Tour enchanting gardens and historic home interiors in National Register neighborhoods, Shirley Hills and North Highlands.