September is here, and Augusta's River Region is bustling with exciting summer entertainment and events. Whether you're a local looking for some fun or a visitor seeking new adventures, our soulful, funky, and historic city has something special in store for you.
Here you’ll find a few things happening this year in Augusta. To learn about all there is to do and see in Augusta visit us online at VisitAugusta.com, follow us on social media @VisitAugusta on Facebook & Instagram, or come see us at Augusta & Co.
Enjoy Augusta’s home team as they play their last few home games. TheGreenJackets will be at home September 1-3 at SRP Park with game times between6:05p.m. and 7:05 p.m., see the schedule. This family-friendly activity has something for everyone. Enjoy great food, a kid’s zone, giveaways, and more. Tickets are $10-$ 25.
Bringing Up a President - Tea with Mrs. Wilson
Check out this NEW Authentic Augusta Experience, Bringing Up a President - Tea with Mrs. Wilson on September 1st at The Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson. You’ll meet Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, mother of President Woodrow Wilson as she welcomes you as a guest into her home. You’ll also meet her neighbor Mrs. Lamar and hear how two mothers raised a President and a Supreme Court Justice. Admissions is $25.
2023 Wear White Dinner
Experience the 2023 White Dinner Augusta on September 2 at 6:30 p.m. WHITE DINNER-AUGUSTA is the first ever pop-up dinner party. Guests dress in white and enjoy three courses* in three separate locations to be announced. The venues are revealed only to ticketholders, 48 hours before the event. Admission is $85-$175.
Candlelight Music Series, White Party Finale featuring Brown Sugar Band
Don’t miss the Candlelight Music Series on September 3 at The Augusta Common at 7:30 p.m. This is one of the city’s premier music events every Sunday. Enjoy music from local and regional bands. Guests are encouraged to wear white, but not required. Admission is $10.
Canal to Cloth - A Day at the Mill
Check out this NEW Authentic Augusta Experience, Canal to Cloth - A Day at the Mill on Augusta 10 at the Augusta Canal Discovery Center. You’ll play a role as a new hire and be put to work to run the loom that creates the cloth manufactured in this 1800’s era manufacturing mill. Admissions is $27 - $29.
Moonlight Music Cruise
Pack a picnic and enjoy a relaxing evening on the Augusta Canal for the Moonlight Music Cruise featuring Eugene Williams on September 8 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are$27 for adults and $25 for seniors 60+,military and students.
Brunch Off Broad at Manny’s
Enjoy the Brunch Off Broad-Drag Brunch at Manny’s Sports Off Broad on September 10th. Prepare for a fun afternoon of shenanigans with host CJ Foxx Star. Enjoy an array of beers, flight specials and a variety of mimosas! Manny’s opens at 11 a.m. and there is NO COVER to attend, Show starts at 12:30 p.m.
The Curated Palette–Inspiring Contemporary Art
Check out this NEW Authentic Augusta Experience. The Curated Palette–Inspiring Contemporary Art on September 14 at the Westobou Gallery. Create your own work of art in a guided curation of a charcuterie board influenced by your observations of the art installation at the Westobou Gallery. Admission $30.
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival
Experience the Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival taking place on September15-17. Enjoy a weekend of art, music, and culture in the heart of downtown Augusta featuring activities and performances suitable for all ages. Festival badges are $12 in advance and $15 on the day of.
Eco-Explorers - Become a Citizen Scientist
Check out this NEW Authentic Augusta Experience, Eco Explorers-Become a Citizen Scientist on September 15 at Phinizy Center and Nature Park. As a Citizen Scientist, you’ll collect specimens from the wetlands, work with a staff scientist to analyze your findings, and then put on your lab coat as you step into the lab of the Phinizy Center for Water Sciences which monitors the health of waterways in the region. Admissions is $25.
Augusta’s Black Caddies–Men on the Bag
Experience Augusta’s Black Caddies–Men on the Bag on September 16th at Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History. For golf enthusiasts and groups will enjoy this experience. This unique experience vividly showcases the rich history and pivotal role played by Black Caddies in supporting the world's top golfers in their triumphant quests at the renowned Masters tournament. Admission is $25.
Silent Movie Night: Steamboat Bill
Movie enthusiasts to enjoy the lost art of silent movies in the magnificent Sacred Heart Great Hall on September 21st. The featured film is Steamboat Bill starring Buster Keaton, a 1928 comedy. Admission $20
IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta
Augusta is home to North America's largest IRONMAN® 70.3® competition and is celebrating its 14yearsas a host to the competition. Experience IRONMAN 70.3Augustaon September 25 in downtown Augusta. Visitors and residents are invited to cheer on the athletes from various locations. Learn more here SEE MORE EVENTS AT:VISITAUGUSTA.COM/EVENTS.
SEE MORE EVENTS AT: VISITAUGUSTA.COM/EVENTS
Enjoy the Augusta Sculpture Trail tour! The trail features 14 beautiful sculptures by nationally renowned artists on display in downtown Augusta. These new pieces of public art can be found along the Riverwalk, Broad Street, and the Augusta Common. This is brought to you by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.
Augusta Saturday Market at the River
Swing by the Augusta Saturday Market at the River where artists and craftspeople line the 8th Street entrance to the Riverwalk every Saturday in downtown Augusta from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. offering unique, handmade wares and mix in with local chefs and tastemakers selling ethnic fare, locally roasted coffee, fresh baked goods and regional produce.