The Atlanta Pops is coming back to Ellijay to perform a very special Christmas Concert with Irish singer, Cloë Agnew on Dec. 11, 2022, 7:30pm at the Victory Christian Center auditorium on Maddox Drive.
The Atlanta Pops is always a much loved concert. Get your tickets early! VIP and Tier II seating will sell out fast!
Tickets are available NOW!
- VIP Ticket holders ($75.) sit in the center section of Rows A-F
- Receive an invitation to a reception with the conductor, Dr. Jason Altieri
- and Irish singer, Cloë Agnew
- VIP Parking and The Best Seats in the House!
Tier II Ticket holders ($40.*) sit in side section of Rows A-F and Row G
Regular General Admission Ticket Holders ($30.*) sit in Rows H-P
* Gilmer Arts members receive 10% discount on Tier II and General Admission tickets.
About the Atlanta Pops:
Atlanta Pops Orchestra has recorded a Christmas album with John Driskell Hopkins of Zac Brown Band. “In the Spirit, A Celebration of the Holiday" features guest artists The Indigo Girls, bluegrass band Balsam Range and Broadway’s Laura Bell Bundy.
In the spring of 2018, the Atlanta Pops Orchestra Ensemble traveled to Merlefest to perform with Balsam Range and launch their new recording, recorded together at John Driskell Hopkins Brighter Shade Studios. The album “Mountain Overture” with Balsam Range has consistently had songs in the top ten of the blue grass charts as well as in the top ten on the Billboard blue grass chart. Currently, the Atlanta Pops have a concert series at the Oxford Performing Arts Center in Oxford, AL. The Bernardi Family Pops Series has brought to audiences of 1100, performers such as Broadway star Sutton Foster, Dennis DeYoung of Styx, blues songstress Oleta Adams, IBMA Entertainers of the Year, Balsam Range, tenor Timothy Miller, country singer Katie Deal and more. In the newly formed concert series, Sunday Pops, in Roswell, GA, the Atlanta Pops will highlight new repertoire and guests artists from Atlanta and beyond. The highly acclaimed show, An Irish Heart with Chloë Agnew continues to tour in the Spring and brings Irish tenors from Celtic Thunder and dancers from Riverdance to the stage. In addition to traveling throughout the Southeast the Atlanta Pops orchestra has toured the Midwest, Taiwan, China, and Japan, and celebrated their 75th anniversary in the fall of 2020.