The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater Summer Series and Spotlight Series SEASON Tickets go on sale Friday, 3/17 at 9am! Don’t miss this amazing line-up of shows kicking off on May 13th! 2017 Butler Lexus and Audi of South Atlanta Summer Concert Series May 13 – Smash Mouth June 24 – Paul Anka Celebrating 60 Years of […]
Friday, May 16 The Electric Sons, NovaKord & Cousin Dan (Party in the Park pre-party) Where: The Loft in Atlanta, Georgia Get pumped up for Party in the Park with this pre-party show featuring local legends The Electric Sons, Cousin Dan, and NovaKord. The Electric Sons are an Atlanta electronic/alternative band founded by vocalist/guitarist, Andrew Miller, and keyboardist/vocalist, […]
Starting on BBC 4 in the U.K. in 1988, “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?” ran for 10 years, while gaining popularity in America with airings on Comedy Central starting in the early ‘90s. A U.S. version followed, and ran for another eight seasons on ABC and ABC Family after that. For many television viewers, the show was their first exposure to this kind of improv comedy. Though the people responsible for the show did not create the genre, the phrase, “Whose Line is it, Anyway?,” has become a catch-all descriptive for a specific style of theater sports. The popularity of the show endures, and capitalizing upon that, four of the principal cast members have been taking a version on the road in the U.S. and Canada since 1999. Calling it Whose Live, Anyway?, the show features comedians who participated in one or both versions of the television show. Who are they? Well… Read more about Peachtree City’s Fred Brings a Night of Improv with “Whose Live Anyway” on October 15 …
We can’t think of a more covered or more popular karaoke song than Cheap Trick’s “I Want You to Want Me.”
Three decades after the song that everyone can sing-along to was first released, Cheap Trick continues to tour regularly, rocking out for several new generations of fans. With more than 5,000 performances, 20 million records sold, 29 movie soundtracks and 40 gold and platinum recording awards – it’s clear – the band is serious about putting on a Rock ‘n’ Roll show.
Saturday, June 5
Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
2010 BMW of South Atlanta Concert Series
Peachtree City, GA
Read more about Cheap Trick at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater, June 5 …
We’re excited to announce that Ticket Alternative has its first Ticketmaster venue in Georgia to switch over! Below is the press release from the venue:
The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater, “The Fred” has built its reputation through the years on small town values that have extended in part to providing superior customer service to a loyal and passionate customer base. Being accessible and friendly is often cited by these customers as the reason the 2,500 seat venue is chosen over others to attend summer concerts under the stars.
In 2005 the venue entered into a contract with Ticketmaster to provide ticketing services for the concert series that ran throughout the summer.The Fred has been
utilizing this service through the box office and other outlets for the past four years. Some might say that this change adversely affected the home-town service
once offered through the rustic box office nestled in the trees.
In 2010 there will be a change. After examining several ticketing options and looking over numerous proposals, Atlanta based Ticket Alternative has been selected as the ticketing vendor of choice for The Fred.