American Bandstand meets Soul Train meets Shag City meets Teen Town in this amazing Celebration of Community for all ages.
“ParTee On The Green” is a dance party with music for all ages – beach, soul, pop, jazz, house, reggae, R&B, funk. Feature performances by community dance groups and group line dance finale. Vendors welcomed.
April 5, 2017
The Augusta Common
836 Broad Street, Augusta GA
Entry fee: $3+
For more information: Call +1 (762) 233-5299 or email
2017 #ParTeeAugusta updates
Due to the threat of thunderstorms, Par-Tee on the Green, originally planned to be held at the Augusta Common, has been moved to the Richmond County Board of Education (RCBOE) Parking Structure on James Brown Blvd and Ellis Streets.
“We definitely did not want to cancel the event, but wanted it to still feel like a community block party. The parking deck provides protection from the coming storm and ample room for vendors and food trucks. And when the weather clears, we can move to the top of the deck,” Karen Gordon stated.
The physical address for the parking deck is 308 James Brown Blvd. All other event details remain the same.
ParTee on The Green
April 7, 2014
**RCBOE Parking Deck**
308 James Brown Blvd
$1 (free for children 5 and under)
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