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American Soundtrack VOL. VIII

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James H Rainwater Conference Center

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Valdosta, GA 31601

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Join us in a celebration of the best American radio hits of all time, performed LIVE, backed by the Ed Barr Orchestra.

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Presenting Sponsor: Hanover Advisors

Join us in a celebration of the best American radio hits of all time, performed LIVE, backed by the Ed Barr Orchestra.

$75 / per ticket

Limited Seating

Includes reserved seating, heavy hors d'oeuvre buffet, full cash bar.

All proceeds benefit the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts,

Location: Rainwater Conference Center

Event sponsorships, including private tables, are available by calling (229) 247-2787 or in person at the Turner Center for the Arts.

AVOID ADDITIONAL CONVENIENCE FEES by purchasing tickets in person at the Turner Center for the Arts or over the phone (229)247-2787.

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James H Rainwater Conference Center

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Valdosta, GA 31601

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Organizer Turner Center for the Arts

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The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts is a premier regional arts center located in downtown Valdosta, GA, offering a wide variety of art experiences to citizens of Valdosta, Lowndes and surrounding Georgia counties, and North Florida. The six light-filled galleries offer a diverse selection of works by regional and national artists in approximately thirty exhibits annually. Two of the galleries house permanent collections, including a 600-piece East African art collection and over 30 pieces of antique European Fine Porcelain. The Center is available for private rental for events such as wedding receptions and business gatherings, and contains a gift shop with one-of-a-kind items by local artists. Items in the gift shop include pottery, jewelry, prints, original works of art, note cards, books and CDs, stained glass, wood carvings and much more.

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