Starlight Concert Series 2002

Starlight Concert Series 2002

Georgia (Mar 26, 2002) — Starlight Concert Series 2002

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Abstract

May 5

Music. "Tribute to the Classics." KSU Jazz Ensemble. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



May 19

Music. "Portraits in Clave." Vecinos del Mundo. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



June 9

Music. "A Train to Night Train." League of Decency. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



June 27

Music. "Star Spangled Spectacular." The Army Ground Forces Band. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



July 14

Music. "All That Jazz." Swing Shift. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



July 19−21

Theater. "Godspell." Presented by the Starlight Summer Stock Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



August 4

Music. "Starlight Summer Highlight: Grammy−Nominee & Verve Recording Artist Regina Carter." Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



August 18

Music. "Fiesta Latina." KSU Jazz Ensemble. Presented by the Starlight Summer Concert Series. Legacy Gazebo Amphitheater‚ Kennesaw State University. 8 p.m. Free. 770−423−6650.



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