Experience a symphonic circus act, celebrate with Native American pow wows, and uncover Egyptian treasures! Only in Georgia’s Rome – this September!
The summer closes with the final free First Friday Concert for 2022. Saints N Rebels will kick the evening off, followed by headliner, Rock the 90’s USA will rock with all your favorite 90’s hits!
The Cherokee Homecoming and Ripe Corn Festival celebrates our Native American History with arts, crafts, food, and cultural experiences.
A Wonderful New Season of Theatre (Especially if you love musicals)
Rome Shakespeare Festival presents [title of show], Sep 1 to Sep 4, a musical about creating a new musical. It’s fun and you’ll love it!
Rome Little Theatre presents Little Shop of Horrors, Sept 9 to Sept 18, feed your need for musical hilarity with a delicious sci-fi smash about a man-eating plant.
Rome Symphony Orchestra will perform Dvorak’s New World Symphony accompanied by full-scale circus acts, including a dramatic flying trapeze performance.
Taste a variety of beers and brewing styles on the banks of the Coosa at this inaugural festival.
Immerse in captivating sounds, cirque style acts, and even an aquatic experience. 4 music stages are curated by genre for a variety of musical tastes.
Take a rare look inside six historic, midcentury modern residences; this type of tour doesn’t come around very often.
This highly themed (and 3rd largest!) geocaching Mega-Event in
North America has participants navigating pyramids, uncovering hidden artifacts, and deciphering ancient texts while searching for the lost tomb of Egypt’s most consequential pharaoh—Geopatra, Queen of the Nile.
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