NORTH AUGUSTA, SC (WRDW / WAGT) – The Metropolis of North Augusta is happy to announce the opening ceremony and live performance schedule for the Sharon Jones Amphitheater.

The occasion is scheduled for Saturday April 24 at Riverside Village. It will likely be an evening of music with headliner Ed Turner and Quantity 9.

The primary elements of the night would be the Village Sticks adopted by Karen Gordon & Pals. Village Sticks are an indie rock band from Augusta, Georgia. Karen Gordon & Pals is a neighborhood jazz artist who has carried out in numerous venues throughout the ACSR.

Gates will open at 6 p.m. and Coco Rubio will function the occasion’s DJ, spinning basic Sharon Jones and Dap-Kings hits earlier than the occasion and through intermissions.

This can be a paid occasion with a restricted variety of seats obtainable for buy. Tickets can be bought by tables in a variety of $ 120 for four-seat tables in degree 3 seats, $ 180 for six-seat tables in degree 3 seats, $ 240 for a six-seat desk in degree 2 seats and $ 300 for six seats. desk in degree 1 seats.

Tickets can be obtainable for buy beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 10 at

After a unanimous vote in November 2020, North Augusta Metropolis Council agreed to call the brand new open-air amphitheater, previously referred to as the Riverside Village Amphitheater, to the Sharon Jones Amphitheater after the singer of Grammy Award nominated R&B and soul hails from North Augusta. . This open-air live performance celebration would be the official renaming of the amphitheater.

“It’s with nice delight that we announce the opening of the Sharon Jones Amphitheater,” stated Mayor Bob Pettit. “Sharon’s extraordinary expertise can be eternally remembered via this amphitheater right here in her hometown of North Augusta.

Ed Turner and Quantity 9 will deliver their Traditional Rock and Soul Revue to dedicate the Sharon Jones Amphitheater. The band will carry out songs you understand and love from The Beatles, Chicago, Steely Dan, Joe Cocker and lots of extra.


“We’re delighted to have been invited to dedicate the great Sharon Jones Amphitheater by our good pals in North Augusta,” stated group chief Ed Turner. “Sharon and her household turned shut pals of the Quantity 9 household after we carried out along with her on the Imperial Theater and the Bell Auditorium.”

The Sharon Jones Amphitheater is situated within the Village of Riverside at 1001 Middle Road, North Augusta, South Carolina, 29841.

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