CSRA Events Calendar: Ironman, The Music Man and Oktoberfest – Charleston Post Courier

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Updated: September 23, 2022 @ 12:09 pm
The Repticon animal expo returns will be held at the BEC Plex in North Augusta this weekend. Provided/Repticon
The Foothills Oompah Band performs at Oktoberfest in downtown Aiken.
Participants in Ironman 70.3 Augusta prepare to make the switch from swimming to bicycling during a previous race.

The Repticon animal expo returns will be held at the BEC Plex in North Augusta this weekend. Provided/Repticon
The Foothills Oompah Band performs at Oktoberfest in downtown Aiken.
Participants in Ironman 70.3 Augusta prepare to make the switch from swimming to bicycling during a previous race.
Look at some of the critters Repticon in North Augusta has to offer on Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the BEC Plex. The event will feature a variety of exotic animals and seminars about the animals. Tickets can be purchased online in advance, with adult admission costing $10 and children’s admission for ages 5-12 costing $6 dollars. To learn more information, visit the event website
Take a hip-hop masterclass from Stevo Jones, a choreographer from Los Angeles, California. Jones, whose credits include The Weeknd, Becky G and more, will teach an intermediate level open class at North Augusta School of Dance on Sept. 23 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets can be purchased through an Eventbrite page for $40 per person. To learn more, visit the Eventbrite page. 
Listen to live music at the Carolina Jamboree, located at 98 Johnson Road, as Cissy’s Southern Express takes the microphone. The band, based out of Dublin, Georgia, specializes in country music. The family friendly music space is free for entry, but donations are accepted. Music starts at 7 p.m. on Sept. 24. To learn more information, visit the venue Facebook page
Listen to country music favorites as Nashville comes to the Bell Auditorium in downtown Augusta on Sept. 22. Performers for the one night only concert feature Craig Campbell, Tyler Farr, Jerrod Neimann, Cody Webb and more. Tickets can be purchased online through the Augusta Entertainment Complex website starting at $24.50 per person. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for a 7:30 p.m. show. For more details, visit the venue website
Watch the Augusta Players perform the classic musical “The Music Man” at the Imperial Theatre from Sept. 23 through Sept. 25. The musical, created in 1957, follows a con artist who creates a band but rethinks his decision along the way. Tickets for the show start at $25 per person. To learn more, visit the Imperial Theatre website
Take part, volunteer or watch one of the most difficult athletic achievements in the Augusta Ironman. Taking place on Sept. 25, athletes will complete a course totaling 70.3 miles by swimming, biking and running around the city. Spectators can watch along the course and around Augusta to support athletes. Races begin promptly at 7 a.m. with rolling groups every few minutes. To learn more about spectator and volunteer opportunities, visit the Ironman website
Celebrate community at the Oktoberfest downtown event on Sept. 24 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Hosted by the Aiken Downtown Development Association, the street festival event comes together for its 9th year. The free event is open to the public in the Alley, with live music, authentic German beer, college football and food. To learn more, visit the ADDA website or Facebook page
Spend a fall night outdoors at the Village at Woodside Concert night on Sept. 23. Featuring party band 2nd Gear, attendees can cookout with the Village Cafe and listen to music with family and friends. Music begins at 6 p.m. at 230 Village Boulevard. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. To learn more details, visit the event Facebook page.



Samantha Winn covers the cities of North Augusta and Augusta, with a focus on community oriented business and events. Follow her on Twitter: @samanthamwinn and on Facebook and Instagram: @swinnnews
Samantha Winn covers the cities of North Augusta and Augusta, with a focus on community oriented business and events. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. Follow her on Twitter: @samanthamwinn and on Instagram: @swinnnews.
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