Atlanta Pops Orchestra at Theatre Dublin
314 Academy Avenue
Dublin, GA 31021
Hear the Atlanta Pops live in Dublin at the historic Theatre Dublin, featuring a repertoire of pops music arrangements from movies, Broadway shows, popular tunes and other special arrangements.
In 1944, French immigrant Albert Coleman accepted the position of Musical Director for WSB Radio in Atlanta and set about forming an orchestra that would include Atlanta's best musicians and be available for radio dates, public concerts and free performances for the benefit of young people and aspiring musicians. Albert established his first Atlanta Pops in 1945 and led that ensemble for 55 years. During his tenure, Albert was responsible for discovering and contributing to the careers of many young artists. His contributions won him the honor of membership in the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Info & Amenities
Hours of Operation
Saturday: 7:30PM - 11:00PM
Admission & Fees
General admission $45.00
Concessions, Free Parking, Parking off Site, Public Restrooms
Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible (Limited)
Near Interstate Highway
Suitable for Ages
Entertainment, Family Friendly, Music & Concerts, Performing Arts & Theater
POPS and more
Packages starting at $45.00 per person
Valid : 01/20/2015 - 09/12/2015
The purchase of one ticket to the Atlanta Pops Orchestra performance at Theatre Dublin on September 12, 2015, includes one ticket to three additional performances for the 2015-2016 season.Scheduled performers and performance dates are subject to change without notice.
Your ticket purchase will also include a membership in the Dublin Laurens Arts Council for 2015-2016. PROMO CODE: POPS
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