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On the lookout for something entertaining to do this weekend? Quite a few beloved situations are returning, like a cease on the Dancing with the Stars: Live! Tour bringing the hit Tv show’s energizing dance moves to Augusta the Augusta Home and Yard Present with all of its gifts and decorator inspirations and the Struggle of Aiken, which brings a momentous Civil War-era occasion again to existence. Below are some extra aspects on these and other forthcoming Augusta-location festivities:
Dancing with the Stars: Live
The glitz and glamor of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” is on tour, and is stopping at the Bell Auditorium on Telfair Road at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25. Visitors will see ballroom dancing from particular attendees like place musician Jimmie Allen, “The Discuss” co-host Amanda Kloots and mirror ball champions like “The Bachelorette” of period 11 Kaitlyn Bristowe and NBA player Iman Shumpert.
Tickets are readily available at the James Brown Arena box office and online at aectix.com.
Augusta Home and Yard Exhibit
The 17th yearly Household and Back garden Demonstrate will be at the Augusta Convention Middle on Reynolds Street from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Numerous vendors will be in attendance, providing merchandise, strategies and inspiration for property improvement and outside residing in addition to giveaways and family members-pleasurable functions. Admission is no cost for all company. For far more info, go to showtechnology.com.
Black Background Thirty day period events
Augusta’s yearly Martin Luther King Jr. parade, which was postponed in January out of COVID-19 concerns is rescheduled for Saturday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. This year’s topic is “When We Fight, We Earn.” The parade commences at the Dyess Park Local community Center, 902 James Brown Blvd. The route proceeds south on James Brown Boulevard to Wrightsboro Road, north on Augusta Avenue, east on Laney-Walker Boulevard then north on 11th Street just before concluding on D’Antignac Street.
Shea Butter Empowerment is arranging a competition at midday Sunday at Pendleton King Park on Troupe Road in Augusta. Some of the routines contain character meet up with-and-greets, stay entertainment, vendors and a bounce dwelling.
The Voices of the Past series is continuing at the Augusta Museum of History on Reynolds Street on Saturdays from 12:30 to 3 p.m. This weekend, visitors will study from a historic re-enactment that tells a story loosely centered on the daily life of Cornelia Winfield who was born in Oglethorpe County and sooner or later married and settled in Augusta with her husband soon after emancipation. Admission is no cost with a museum ticket.
Aiken’s 12th annual Black History Jazz Live performance will be held at the Lessie B. Selling price Aiken Senior & Youth Heart on Edgefield Ave North West on Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. Dwell tunes, dancing, refreshments and door prizes will be obtainable. Tickets value $20 in progress and $25 at the doorway they can be bought at the Odell Months Routines Heart, Smith-Hazel Recreation Middle and the Lessie B. Price centre.
Battle of Aiken
The 28th yearly “Battle of Aiken” is again Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1210 Powell Pond Street in Aiken. Guests will stop by the park that has been converted to a community of houses and campsites reminiscent of the 1860s and find out about Civil War-period historical past and society from reenactors portraying people of the time.
The focal position of the party are battle re-enactments that function squaddies, cavalrymen, guns and cannon fire. Company can also take pleasure in foods, live audio and dancing. Admission tickets are only out there at the door. Youngsters ages five and youthful get in cost-free. For additional information and facts, go to battleofaiken.com.
“Cash Unchained: The Final Johnny Cash Experience” will be onstage at the Miller Theater on Wide Street at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The national touring band will be carrying out and celebrating beloved American musician Johnny Income. Tickets can be bought at the box place of work or on-line at millertheateraugusta.com.
Parker McCollum will be participating in his Americana new music at the Bell Auditorium on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be acquired at the James Brown Arena box office environment and on the net at aectix.com. Availability was quite minimal, as of Tuesday.
The Augusta Gamers will consider the Imperial Theatre stage for a few performances of the musical farce “A thing Rotten,” which the troupe claims is “the funniest musical comedy in 400 a long time.” See it at 8 p.m. Friday or Saturday or a matinee at 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are offered at imperialtheatre.com.