2nd SATURDAYS featuring LIVE under the OAKS
August 14, 2021 | 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
We have been enjoying workshops, open studio, playtime in our Kids PLAYce, LIVE streamed concerts from our partners and so much more on 2nd Saturdays @ the Center since September 2020.
We will still be programming a full day of family friendly activities 2nd Saturday in August, plus an easy evening outdoors presented in partnership with Nicholson, Silverbach & Watson. So, grab your blankets, chairs and favorite people and plan to kick back for a good time with live music, food trucks and cold brew!
Featuring: Kimmer Rowe, The Wall Street Groove feat. Iborya Jones and Lee Pilcher and Band.
Pop-ups by: The Juice Box, Blake Candle Company, Pasco Farms, Jessica Dell Pottery and Burg Cookie Company
Please park at the Jackson St. parking lot adjacent to Scott Elementary School and Thomasville Center for the Arts. We will be using the courtyard entrance between South Georgia Ballet’s Studio and Thomasville Center for the Arts to enter into the concert.
Adults $15 each | Kids 12 & Under Free
Have a printed copy of your ticket or have your e-tickets handy for check-in.
Please do not attend the event if you or a member of your party is feeling sick or fevered. There will be sanitation areas on site but we rely on our guests to use good judgement and help keep guests, vendors, talent and staff as safe as possible.
We appreciate your support as we work to plan fun experiences. If status changes due to developing safety policies, or severe weather – we’ll keep you posted via email.
This is an outdoor event that will happen rain or shine. Please be prepared for forecasted weather. Should major weather arise, ticket holders will be contacted via email.
If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 or other Public Health concerns ticket holders will receive a refund.
Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering these premises.