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06:00 pm, Thursday Aug 31

SUMMERFEST 2017

Don’t miss our 4th annual SummerFest Culinary Arts Festival featuring signature dishes from the most celebrated chefs and restaurants on the East End!

06:30 pm, Saturday Sep 02

The HooDoo Loungers in Concert (New Orleans-style)

The HooDoo Loungers who will close out the summer on the outdoor stage, and will have you out of your seat and dancing like it’s Bourbon Street on Jobs Lane!

12:00 pm, Sunday Sep 03

Jazz on the Steps with Baron Lewis & Steve Salerno

Jazz on the Steps returns for another summer of live music on the steps at SAC featuring musicians from our local and global community.

07:00 pm, Friday Sep 08

Harriet, Rosa and Me

JD Lawrence’s Harriet, Rosa, and Me is a thought provoking, inspiring, and witty theatrical presentation written and directed by Lawrence, who is also this year’s 2017 NAACP Legacy Award-recipient.

05:00 pm, Sunday Sep 10

Classical Pianist Tanya Gabrielian in Concert

Classical pianist Tanya Gabrielian will kick-off a nine-date tour at SAC to accompany the release of her debut album, REMIX.

07:00 pm, Saturday Oct 14

LIVE from SAC: South African All-Stars

The Jam Session returns to kick off another season of live music with world-renowned artists.

06:00 pm, Sunday Oct 15

Thomas Dolby Live and In Person – She Blinded Me with Science

A not-to-be missed exclusive talk and performance by a steampunk icon and one of the most inventive musicians of our generation.

Friday Oct 20 - Tuesday Oct 31

The Spooktacular Haunted House

The horrifyingly popular attraction returns to SAC, boasting seven rooms of horror featuring monsters under the bed, an evil butcher, zombies and more!

07:00 pm, Saturday Nov 04

LIVE from SAC: World Music Collective

The popular LIVE from SAC program continues with Salieu Suso on Kora and Ebrima Jassey on Belafon, together forming a music collective rooted in the funk and groove tradition.

03:00 pm, Sunday Nov 19

Ladies of Liberty – A Musical Revue

An exuberant and lively performance of sometimes humorous and often touching songs and stories traces the struggle for Women’s Suffrage from its beginnings within the Abolitionist and Temperance Movements all the way through Modern Feminism in the 21st century.