From rock-and-roll to hip-hop and everything in between, Georgia has a wide-ranging musical history.
In Atlanta, the Trap Music Museum immerses visitors in Atlanta’s hip-hop heritage in a truly unique and artful way while featuring a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces in honor of some of hip-hop’s most iconic and influential stars.
Experience a performance at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra performs more than 150 concerts per year, including a variety of Classical, Pops, Family, and Holiday concerts. Music Midtown draws thousands of people to Atlanta’s Piedmont Park every September for an eclectic mix of major headliners.
In Savannah, visitors can pay homage to renowned American lyricist and composer Johnny Mercer by visiting his bronze statue at Ellis Square. Historic Savannah Theatre, which first opened in 1818 in Chippewa Square, is one of the longest-operating theatres in the country. The city is home to Georgia’s largest musical arts event, the 17-day Savannah Music Festival, which highlights an eccentric collection of genres from across the world. District Live at Plant Riverside is the city’s newest destination for live music along the iconic Savannah Riverfront, offering an unforgettable nightlife experience.
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