We are pleased to bring the best music, theatre and film offerings to the Golden Isles.
Outstanding performers, original productions and a feast of must-see movies are center stage at the Ritz this season: Grammy Award winning Turtle Island Quartet, Katie Deal in Wildflowers: The Women of Country Music and Dave Bennett takes us from Swing to Rock. Ritz Radio Theatre returns with It’s A Wonderful Life and a unique staged reading celebrates the 10th anniversary of The Big Read. And Cinema Gourmet returns with food, insight and a great film.
Below are the live performances at the Historic Ritz Theatre (unless otherwise noted.)
Tickets can be purchased online or at the Ritz Theatre Tues-Fri 9 am to 5 pm or
For the complete line up for Cinema Gourmet click here.
Music is in the air and by the sea as Golden Isles Arts & Humanities gets ready for a great summertime concert series – Sounds by the Sea. A variety of musical offerings will fill Neptune Park from May – September showcasing the best local and regional musicians. The concerts are held on select Sundays at high tide, for maximum breezes and bug-free comfort by the ocean. The concerts take place from 7-9 p.m. and guests are encouraged to bring a picnic supper and a lawn chair or blanket to relax on.
The season is sponsored by:
Atlantic National Bank (print media sponsor), Golden Isles Broadcasting (radio sponsor) and The Island Inn (hotel sponsor.)
A season pass for Sounds by the Sea will be available through May 28 and are only $40 for five great concerts. Season passes are also available for ages 6-12 for only $15. Passes are available for purchase in person at the Historic Ritz Theatre in Downtown Brunswick or by calling Golden Isles Arts & Humanities at (912) 262-6934. Admission to Sounds by the Sea, payable at the gate the night of each show, is only $10 for adults. Children ages 6 to 12 are $5, and children younger than 6 years old get in free.
Phil Morrison-Ken Trimmins Quintet
Gwen Hughes & The Kats
Jamie Renee & The Walkers
Maggie and Jackson
Jazz and Salsa