Consisting of about 20 pieces, a Shen Yun performance takes you to a magic journey through 5,000 years. Breathtaking animated backdrops, exquisite hand-made costumes, high flying leaps, thunderous drumsÂ and mesmerizing live orchestra music will transport you to another world.
A Feast for Your Eyes, Ears and Soul. Gorgeous Stage Magic.
"5,000 YEARS... in one night!" - The New York Times
"An extraordinary experience." - Cate Blanchett, Academy Award-winning actress
Be Inspired. Be Amazed. Experience the Divine Culture.
Wed Apr 4 7:30pm
Thu Apr 5 2:00pm
Thu Apr 5 7:30pm
Fri Apr 6 7:30pm
Sat Apr 7 2:00pm
Sat Apr 7 7:30pm
Sun Apr 8 1:00pm
Categories: Dance, Ballet
Take a trip to the sun-drenched Spanish countryside where romance, adventure, and dreams take center stage.
A classic ballet story loved by audiences for its dramatic score and lavish staging, choreographer Yuri Possokhovâs Don Quixote blends exquisite dancing with an often humorous swashbuckling tale!
This two-hour concert is composed of a 57- piece orchestra, 20 person choir and a score that pulls from the past and present Zelda games like A Link Between Two Worlds, Twilight Princess and Majora's Mask. The symphony plays the original music of composer Koji Kondo and provides a video collage containing all the exciting moment's fans remember.
America's favorite dance competition is shaking and shimmying its way to Atlanta on a national tour. The top ten finalists of season 14 will performÂ fan favorites and original routines courtesy of world renowned choreographers.
Veteran to the world of comedy, Rodney Carrington, comes to Atlanta. With more than 20 years of experience on the stage, he's bound to make the audience laugh. Carrington has recently starred in a Netflix Special "Laughter's Good." He also started his own record label under which he's released two albums. Tickets go on sale June 23.
If you need advice, these guys are definitely not the best experts to turn to, but their answers are guaranteed to be the most entertaining.Â The McElroy brothers, consisting of Travis, Justin and Griffin, host the a weekly advice-comedy podcast for the modern era called "My Brother, My Brother, and Me."Â Questions are either asked directly via email or ripped from the generous bounty that is Yahoo Answers.Â As the brothers break down each conundrum, hilarious tangents and anecdotes fly off the cuff. Earlier this year, the trio turned their beloved podcast into a live series for the late streaming service SeeSo while also taking the pod on the road.Â If you have a burning question, you might get to ask the sweet boys face-to-faceÂ as they descend upon Atlanta for a live performance.
Nick Offerman brings his full mustache to his comedy show "Full Bush" this October. Best known for his role as Ron Swanson onÂ NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Offerman is also a skilled woodworker.
John Mulaney, comedian and writer, recently starred in the Broadway hit and Netflix special Oh, Hello on Broadway with Nick Kroll. He is also well known for his Netflix Original "The Comeback Kid."
Peppa Pig is touring North America and will visit more than 60 cities with her new live show, Peppa Pig's Surprise. Attendees enjoy interactive games, fun entertainment, and many more surprises from Peppa, George, and Mummy and Daddy pig too.
Tracy Morgan returns to Atlanta for one night only to perform at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. The star of "30 Rock" is ready to please audiences with new material since his last visit in 2016.
The two brothers known for their hit HGTV show Property Brothers come to Atlanta to promote their new book It Takes Two: Our Story. The twins will tell the audience about their path to success and give tips on starting a new business. Best of all, every guest with a ticket will leave with a personal copy of the book. Tickets go on sale July 14.
Late night host, Trevor Noah, who has been featured on shows like "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Late Show with David Letterman" brings his funny quips and polite jokes about different cultures to the stage of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
Astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson takes a break from tweeting about climate change, the universe and falling down when trying to take his pants off too quickly (oh, and directing New York City's Hayden Planetarium) to visit with ATLiens. The host of the National Geographic docuseries "Cosmos: A Space Odyssey" comes to town to discuss the universe from a cosmic perspective. From the nucleus of an atom to the farthest corners of the universe, Tyson travels on the Ship of Imagination to captivate audiences and address topics of science, culture and politics.
"So You Think You Can Dance" alum and Emmy-winning choreographer Travis Wall brings the contemporary Shaping Sound Dance Co. to Atlanta. Co-created by Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson, Shaping Sound melds dance styles and musical genres, this time telling the story of a man who tries to recapture his voice after the loss of his true love.