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All That Jazz ft. Smokey Robinson
January 22, 2022 @ 8:00 pm$75
The Tubman Museum’s annual signature fundraiser, All That Jazz Concert and Ball is one of Macon’s most anticipated social events. The featured performers for our next All That Jazz Concert and Ball on Saturday, January 22, 2022 will be Grammy Award winning singer Smokey Robinson.
Doors: 6:00PM | Show: 8:00PM
Balcony tickets are available for sale online through ticketmaster.com or in person on select days at the Macon Coliseum box office. Balcony tickets are $75 plus applicable taxes and fees.
Reserved table seating for the gala is sold through the Tubman Museum. Please contact the Tubman Museum at 478-743-8544 for more information. Table seating is not sold through the Macon Centreplex box office. Visit the Tubman Museum online for more information.
Tickets will be mobile only. Learn more about Mobile Tickets. Saving your ticket to your phone wallet [Apple Wallet or Google Pay] or a screenshot will help with pulling up your ticket to scan promptly. This is a normal capacity event.
Ticketmaster is the verified ticketing provider for Macon Centreplex venues. The Macon Centreplex is not responsible for tickets purchased from third-party sites. Please use caution when purchasing from unauthorized sellers.
For more information on policies and procedures, including but not limited to mask policy, clear bag policy, and security measures, please visit our Commitment to Safety page.
On behalf of the Tubman Museum staff and the Board of Directors, there is concern about the safety and health of those who will be attending “All That Jazz” on January 22nd at the Macon City Auditorium.
Due to the rising COVID infection rate in Middle Georgia, the following protocols will be in place:
1. The Tubman Museum is requiring face coverings to be worn while in the venue. Masks are REQUIRED to be worn by guests, staff, and patrons while entering the venue and while navigating public spaces, except while eating and drinking during “All That Jazz Concert and Ball.”
2. The Tubman Museum will supply plastic face shields, face masks, and hand sanitizers to attendees seated at floor tables. In addition, a wristband will be provided for entry to the after-party at the Tubman. Upon arrival at the event on January 22nd, these attendees will receive the items identified.
The Tubman Museum will host a testing event on Thursday and Friday, January 20th and 21st from 3 PM to 5 PM and Saturday, January 22nd from 10 AM to 1 PM, at 310 Cherry Street, in the museum.
All attendees will be subject to a temperature check with a non-contact infrared thermometer upon arrival.
The Spectra Team has incorporated thorough cleaning and disinfecting protocols that ensures quality sanitation before, during, and after events.