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If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the same old movie theater outing – whether with friends or family – take a look at our music & theater options. This area is full of exciting things to do, including theatrical productions and musicals.

Check out our venues below and add some magic to your days. Each listing includes a more detailed description of the venue and the events they host, as well as their name, address, phone number, website, and driving directions.
Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House
Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House

(478) 741-5551

2321 Vineville Ave
Macon, GA 31204   Directions Website

Macon natives the Allman Brothers have made an indelible mark in popular music history. Their melding of rock, country, blues and gold ol' Southern attitude made them pioneers in the genre of Southern rock. The Big House in Macon is where the band spent its formative years that date all the way back to early 1970. The group's roadies, families and other associates all lived here as the Allmans perfected their musical identity. The spot is now known as the Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House, a place that fans will undoubtedly want to visit when in town.

Cox Capitol Theatre
Cox Capitol Theatre

(478) 257-6391

382 2nd St
Macon, GA 31201   Directions Website

Macon's Cox Capitol Theatre possesses an impressive cachet of classic style. Originally built in 1916, this is the place where area audiences first experienced movies that featured sound, then known as “talkies.” Things have progressed quite impressively here, as the entertainment venue still screens some of today's most acclaimed art films and import titles with the help of state of the art sound and projection equipment. But movies aren't the only attraction here, as live music, touring acts and more are always on the ever-busy marquee.

Douglass Theater
Douglass Theater

(478) 742-2000

355 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Macon, GA 31201   Directions Website

Revisit the site of some of Macon's most classic performances when you step into the classic beauty of the Douglass Theater. This venue and attraction dates all the way back to the 1920s when it was an African-American movie and vaudeville hall. Later, in the 1960s, such iconic performers as Otis Redding and Ray Charles graced its impressively large stage. Amazingly, the theater is still in operation and takes great pride in maintaining its role in promoting the African-American experience in the areas of music, film and theater.

Grand Opera House
Grand Opera House

(478) 301-5470

651 Mulberry St
Macon, GA 31201   Directions Website

Whether it's a musical performance, a dramatic production or a graceful ballet recital, the magnitude of each musical note and movement of each of the figures on stage will become even more dramatic when you see it at Macon's Grand Opera House. This entertainment venue holds much historic significance within its walls. Performers as diverse as Will Rogers, Sandra Berndardt, and Harry Houdini have all spent time in the limelight here as the have dazzled audiences with their unique talents. The structure was originally built in 1884 and still features one of the largest stages in the South.

Macon Little Theatre
Macon Little Theatre

(478) 477-3342

4220 Forsyth Rd
Macon, GA 31210   Directions Website

Don't let the name of the Macon Little Theatre fool you. This impressive compendium of theatrical talent has won accolades and raves in a big way. The entertainment venue has been nationally recognized as one of the preeminent community theaters in the country. It also has the distinction of being Georgia's oldest and largest community theater. Macon audiences are entertained by the regular schedule of dramas, comedies, and seasonal productions that are presented throughout the year.

Theatre Macon
Theatre Macon

(478) 746-9485

438 Cherry St
Macon, GA 31208   Directions Website

Theatre Macon offers some of the area's best theatrical productions that include an impressive entertainment schedule of comedies, dramas and musicals in an appealing and intimate setting that draws the audience into the action in a very special way. Established in 1985, Theatre Macon produces six major productions a year that range from classics to recently written work. When you're here, it isn't just to see a show--it 's more like meeting up with a group of long lost friends!

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