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It’s Here! Don’t Miss a Beat of Due South 2019

Because Grit is a Good Thing


Due South is once again serving up a lineup that’s truly delicious – with just enough spice to keep you coming back for more.


In partnership with Thomasville National Bank, and in concert with many other trusted partners, the Center invites you to enjoy all the new South has to offer, and add a dash of your own personality to this already flavorful festival.

The Highway Queen Heads Due South

Main Concert | April 13th at the Ritz Amphitheater Nikki Lane, the headliner at Due South 2019, is the perfect blend of soulful Americana, country twang and old school rock-and-roll.

A true singer-songwriter, Lane blends potent lyrics, unbridled guitar skills and vintage sixties swagger so effortless even the most eclectic audience member’s tastes will be satisfied. visit ThomasvilleArts.org to reserve your general admission spot at the concert.

Rhythm & Roots Grows to New Heights with Georgia Legend Randall Bramblett

Rhythm & Roots | April 11th at the Biscuit Company On April 11th, Due South’s 2019 Rhythm & Roots singer-songwriter event is scheduled to put a little more soul in the South with the help of Southern rock royalty Randall Bramblett. Bramblett is known for collaborating with rock legends like Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers Band, Steve Winwood, The Band, Chuck Leavell, Widespread Panic and many others.

Visit DueSouthMusic.org to purchase tickets and secure your spot to this intimate, BYOB experience.

Art for Everyone

Main Concert & ShinDig

April 13th at Studio 209 & Ritz Amphitheater

Art will be sprinkled in everywhere at Due South 2019 – including at the big finale concert on April 13th.

Starting at 5 p.m., regional artists will be live painting at the main concert and ShinDig at Studio 209. Concert guests are invited to see how these celebrated painters interpret the sights, sounds and tastes of the new South that surrounds them.

For those enjoying the ShinDig, the Southern adventure continues as Studio 209’s latest exhibition, Journey South, provides the backdrop for the festivities. And if you’re looking for a custom souvenir – resident artist Ron Thomson will be offering portrait sketches for an additional fee.

More Details

Ready for a Delicious Experience? Head Due South Presented by Thomasville Center for the Arts in partnership with Thomasville National Bank

Due South | Rhythm & Roots

April 11, 2019 | 7 – 10 p.m. The Biscuit Company $40 per person Presented by Flowers AutoGroup & Georgia Tourism

Due South | ShinDig


April 13, 2019 | 5 – 11 p.m. Ritz Amphitheater + Studio 209


Due South | Concert

April 13, 2019 | 5 – 11 p.m. Ritz Amphitheater $25 per person

For an all access pass to all things Due South, become a sponsor at DueSouthMusic.org.