‘Dirty Dancing’ and ‘Drumline’ on Woodruff Park’s free summer lineup

A downtown Atlanta park will offer entertainment for the public on Wednesday evenings this summer. 

“Live from Woodruff Park” will alternate between live music and free movie screenings that feature a performance component. 

Movie screenings begin at sundown, and beverages will be available for purchase through a partnership with neighboring restaurant 55th and Park. Each weekly event runs from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.


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Here’s the schedule:

• June 13: “Dirty Dancing,” featuring a pre-show dance-a-long with Salsa Arte and a salute to music of the ‘80s and ‘90s with DJ Jaycee and DJ Jelly.

• June 20: Jazz & Soul in the Park, featuring saxophonist Ryan Kilgore and R&B sensation Trev Wright

• June 27: Millennial’s Mood and Groove in Park, featuring Jordan Danielle, LS Lane and Slim Dynamite, Brittany Bloom, Jabias da kidd, BHM and Shaniah in concert. Co-sponsored by the Fulton County Board of Health in support of National HIV Testing Day.

• July 11: “Sister Act,” featuring a pre-show performance by Angel White + praise singers 

• July 18: Butta B-Rocka and Friends in concert

• July 25: “Drumline,” featuring a pre-show performance by the South Atlanta High School marching band

Woodruff Park is bordered by Edgewood and Auburn avenues, Peachtree Street and Park Place.

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