Some socially-distanced with limited attendance, some outdoors, some online - but all not to be missed!


CYT Christian Youth Theater
Mt. Pisgah Church
Thu, May 13   7:00pm
Fri, May 14   7:00pm
Sat, May 15   2:00pm
Sat, May 15   7:00pm
Sun, May 16   3:00pm

Enjoy an In-Person show of Godspell. Written by esteemed composer, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Enchanted), Godspell features a parade of beloved songs. This 2012 revival version is a masterful retelling of the original sensation, injected with contemporary references and dazzling new arrangements.
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The Johns Creek Chorale
Spring Fling
Johns Creek United Methodist Church soccer field
Sun, May 16   5:00pm

Enjoy an upbeat, toe-tapping, open-air program featuring songs from American composers Rodgers & Hammerstein, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and more! FREE, just register.
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Cultural Arts Alliance at Johns Creek
Arts & Culture Summer Camps
Tue, Jun 01  

Over 100 Summer Camps for your creative child age 4-18 are available in Johns Creek, provided by Arts Alliance member organizations. Camps begin June 1, 2021.
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Looking for Summer Camps for your creative child age 4-18?

Find a list of Summer Camps offered by Johns Creek cultural organizations and focused on dance, theater, music, visual arts, crafts, nature, history, imagination, and more!


Enjoy an upbeat, toe-tapping, open-air program featuring songs from American composers Rodgers & Hammerstein, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and more! FREE, just register at


Enjoy the Silesian String Quartet and Wojciech Switala

The Chopin Society of Atlanta and The Vancouver Chopin Society are pleased to invite you to a free virtual concert featuring distinguished pianist WOJCIECH ŚWITAŁA and the SILESIAN STRING QUARTET who will perform the Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 34 by Juliusz Zarębski.

Streamed April 15, 2021 at 7:30pm
The recital will be available one month after of the premier


YouTube - Enchanting music, featuring the Virtuoso Strings of the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra performing Grieg's Holberg Suite, wind players performing the Petite Symphony for Winds by Gounod and a full orchestra of musicians performing Mozart's "Haffner" Symphony (No. 35).

New Johns Creek Gateway Marker.
A piece of public art for the City.

This sculpture by artist William Massey is located at the corner of State Bridge and Kimball Bridge roads. The gateway marker commissioned by the Johns Creek CVB, was funded by the portion of hotel/motel tax that funds projects meeting specific guidelines.

Components of the sculpture showcase the Chattahoochee River, one of the original 6 truss bridges, and 20 graphics that represent this area from the past to the present.

Cultural Arts Center for Johns Creek

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“Building Johns Creek’s Gathering Place”

The Legacy Center of Johns Creek will be a multi-use, multi-discipline arts center designed to be used not only as a comprehensive cultural arts venue, but a place for community, social, and business events.  It is envisioned to be a strong economic driver for both the arts and the greater community of Johns Creek.  Many community and government leaders consider the Legacy Center to be a top priority and potential “anchor” in the development of a city center for Johns Creek.

As a hub of activity, the Legacy Center will support community gatherings, social and business events, plus a wide range of local and touring concerts and shows. But, at its heart, it will be a place for creating, exhibiting, rehearsing, performing and teaching the arts and culture by and for the citizens of Johns Creek.

Concept drawing of Arts and Culture Center in Johns Creek
Conceptual Sketch of a Cultural Arts Center in Johns Creek
prepared by Robertson Loia Roof, Architects & Engineers