The Gogue Center presents the first-ever Alabama Artists Festival, a free daylong outdoor concert featuring an eclectic mix of some of Alabama’s finest and most-celebrated musicians— Saturday, April 29 at the Ham Amphitheatre. The festival will feature performances by Grammy winners Blind Boys of Alabama and John Paul White, pop phenom Elley Duhé and contemporary jazz great Eric Essix. Amphitheatre gates open at 2 p.m. Admission is free!
The Gogue Center’s expansive outdoor performance venue has been officially dedicated with a new name: The Bill and Carol Ham Amphitheatre. The naming honors the Hams’ profound service to the community and their transformative impact on the cultural landscape of the university, the City of Auburn and the state of Alabama.
Our 2022–23 K–12 School Performance Series kicks off this October. This season, we’re bringing you six creative, diverse shows that are sure to entertain, engage and inspire your students—from classic children’s tales and Grammy Award-winning folk artists to jazz and mesmerizing modern dance.
The Gogue Center’s new Family Fund Initiative directly supports performing arts programming curated for families and young audiences. These diverse and exciting engagements are designed with parents, educators, and children in mind, with a focus on quality, variety and accessibility.