Augusta Symphony Discovery Concert 2

March 8, 2019 1:00 PM
Doors Open: 12:00 PM

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HOMESCHOOL Public Onsale: December 10, 2018 5:04 PM to March 8, 2019 1:00 PM
Augusta Symphony Discovery Concerts

Augusta Symphony presents Illusionist Michael Grandinetti performing his dazzling illusions along with the amazing sounds of composer John Williams in a concert of visual amazement, light and sound.

Information for Teachers/Parents

To make the entry and seating for everyone go smoothly, there are a few things of which to be aware:

1. Home school and individual:
* Parking will be on a first come/first served basis in the spaces and lots in proximity to the Miller Theater. As it is a regular business day downtown, please allow for that as many of the spaces available for evening concerts, will not be available. The Miller does have a drop off lane directly in front of the hall where passengers can be let out.

2. School busses:
* Students will be unloaded on 7th street between Broad Street and Ellis Street. School bus parking information will be forthcoming. After the concert, bussed students and teachers will exit the theater on Broad and walk to the Ramada Hotel lot on Ellis Street to board their respective busses back to school.

3. What To Leave At Home:
* book bags, large bags (large purses)
* food or drink
* weapons of any kind (guns, knives, sharp objects)

4. Once you get to the front of the Miller Theater:
* Doors open one hour prior to performance – 9 am and 12 noon, respectively.
* Parents/teachers – remain with your students from entry to exit. Home schoolers will be admitted at the far left set of doors at the front of the theater. School students and teachers will be admitted at the three right hand sets of doors.
* Each group of students will be met by an usher from the theater and taken to their respective seat assignments. All patrons will have a ticket with their specific seat assignment for the performance.

5. During the performance:
* We want this to be a wonderful experience for our patrons and our musicians and guest artist. Clap when you like what’s happening on stage, and if you really enjoyed it, after the performance, you may stand and clap (that’s called a standing ovation!).
* There are several restrooms available in the arcade and adjacent to the balcony. Please follow the directional signs, or please ask an usher to direct you.

6. After the performance:
* Everyone will be directed how to exit the building after the performance by the announcer from the stage.