Arts Cal­en­dar

Calhoun Times - - GORDONLIFE -

Tod­dler Fri­day at Har­ris Arts Cen­ter. 2nd Fri­day of the Month from 10: 30 a. m. - noon. Join us for story time, mu­sic and hands- on art. Pro­gram is de­signed for chil­dren up to age 5. Non­mem­bers pay $ 7 for first child, $ 5 for each ad­di­tional. Mem­bers pay $5 for each child. Class WILL NOT meet the month of July. Week of July 22

Cal­houn’s Got Tal­ent - July 28 & Au­gust 4 at 7 p. m. at the Har­ris Arts Cen­ter. Fif­teen con­tes­tants com­pete for top prizes of $ 1,000. Tickets are $ 20 per show, or $ 35 for a two- show pack­age. Week of July 29

Cal­houn’s Got Tal­ent - July 28 & Au­gust 4 at 7 p. m. at the Har­ris Arts Cen­ter. Fif­teen con­tes­tants com­pete for top prizes of $ 1,000. Tickets are $ 20 per show, or $ 35 for a two- show pack­age. Week of Aug. 12

Res­ur­rec­tion: A Journey Trib­ute- Aug. 17 at The GEM The­atre. The GEM The­atre is thrilled to present Res­ur­rec­tion: A Journey Trib­ute. This fan­tas­tic show faith­fully recre­ates the ex­pe­ri­ence of a Journey con­cert from the band’s most pro­lific pe­riod, em­ploy­ing some of Nashville’s top mu­si­cians, many of whom have per­formed, writ­ten or recorded with both Journey and Steve Perry. Ev­ery show fea­tures one bril­lant hit sin­gle af­ter an­other, of­fer­ing the per­fect blend of songs to en­thrall all lev­els of Journey fans. The show is a tri­umphant con­sum­ma­tion of tal­ent com­bin­ing in­cred­i­ble mu­si­cian­ship, the vo­cal pre­ci­sion ( and ap­pear­ance) of the le­gendary Steve Perry, and a stage pres­ence that has gar­nered the band na­tion­wide ac­claim, in­clud­ing per­fro­mances at AT&T Park, home of the San Fran­cisco Gi­ants, and US Cel­lu­lar Field, home of the Chicago White Sox. Tickets go on sale on Tues­day, April 10 at 4 pm. You can pur­chase these at our Box Of­fice on Tues­day or Thurs­day from 4-6 pm or on­line at cal­houngemthe­atre. org.

Glen Tem­ple­ton at The GEM The­atre on Satur­day, Aug. 18, 2018 at 7: 30 p. m. Glen has de­vel­oped a large fan fol­low­ing since he was hand­picked in 2008 by Con­way Twitty’s daugh­ters to por­tray Twitty in a tour­ing mu­si­cal trib­ute to their father. “With more than 20,000 hope­fuls au­di­tion­ing for the part, they found a pow­er­ful voice ca­pa­ble of con­vey­ing many of the same qual­i­ties Con­way had.” Early in his ca­reer, Glen de­vel­oped a rep­u­ta­tion as one of the best singer- song­writ­ers play­ing shot­gun bars and honky tonks in Nashville. That tal­ent has pro­pelled him to big­ger stages such as The Grand Ole Opry and The Ry­man. Now you can hear him in at the GEM in Ge­or­gia. Tickets go on sale on Tues­day, April 10 at 4 pm. You can pur­chase at our Box Of­fice on Tues­day or Thurs­day from 4-6 pm or on­line at cal­houngemthe­atre. org.

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