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Music at McClellan 2011!

Music at McClellan will host a "transition series" of concerts in 2011 in the newly renovated and historic Monteith Amphitheater.

This premiere season of amphitheater concerts are transitional as the venue's hillside seating area (suitable for over 3500 people) will not yet be ready for use, making the small stage area available for only 200 ticketed people at a time. Performers actually face away from the future seating area making this a transition to the full venue and seating area in 2012.

This spring and early summer season featured jazz, rock, classical, bluegrass, caribbean, and other genres with the performances held from 6 to 8:00 p.m. on Saturdays in April, May and June. Check back for future dates in the autumn.

The Monteith Amphitheater was built in 1937 and hosted Army events that included Bob Hope, Marlene Dietrich, Lauren Bacall, Joe Lewis, Billy Graham, Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, the Buffalo Soldiers and it is also thought to have served as a site for our nation's earliest act of racial integration.

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2011 Early Summmer Series


May 7, 2011

Tony Yardley & Kelli Johnson


May 14, 2011

Abby Parks, folk singer/songwriter


May 21, 2011

JAXPan - steel drum band


May 28, 2011

T.A.D. of Jazz


June 4, 2011

Tony Yardley & Friends


June 11, 2011

Etowah Youth Orchestra - featuring four separate ensembles: Strings, woodwinds, brass, and saxophones!


6 PM to 8 PM






Monteith Amphitheater, Former Fort McClellan



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