Events & Performances


A Historic Evening at Concord Quarters

Featuring Stories of the people of Concord’s Quarters,
Artifacts of Concord’s earliest residents,

And Special Guest
Joseph McGill, Founder Of The Slave Dwelling Project

Saturday, May 12th at 6:30 PM
301 Gayoso Street
Tickets $25 each, includes dinner and drinks

Gumbo Dinner with The Slave Dwelling Project

Join us as we welcome Joe McGill, founder of The Slave Dwelling Project to Natchez

The Slave Dwelling Project is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to identifying slave dwellings and assisting property owners, government agencies, and organizations in preserving these structures. Joe brings attention to the need to preserve slave dwellings by spending the night in them and conducting educational programs all over the country. The Slave Dwelling Project has held events at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and Poplar Forest, the Aiken Rhett House in Charleston, SC, James K. Polk Historic site in Pineville, NC, Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, SC, and other sites all over the country, including in Delaware, Wisconsin, New York, Rhode Island, Kansas, and beyond. Joe works with organizations all over the country to help develop interpretive programs that expand old narratives, so they may tell a more inclusive history of historic sites and structures.
Please join us as he shares his experiences with us.

Thursday, May 10th, 6:00 PM
140 Lower Woodville Road

$5 Per Person, includes Gumbo Dinner
Cash Bar

Natchez Festival Of Music

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Natchez Biscuit Festival

Downtown Natchez
Saturday, September 29th at 8:00am
Music from Noon to 2:00pm

Biscuit demos, biscuit cook-off's and biscuit eating! We'll even crown a Bisuit Queen. Visit and click on "Contact Us" to participate.

Ghost Tour at Longwood

140 Lower Woodville Road
Friday and Saturday, September 28, 29 and October 5, 6 at 6:00pm

Join us for a ghostly tour and wicked brew in the epitome of a truly phantom-like setting, Longwood!
(Subject to availability)
Tickets $25 (Children 12 and under $15)

Afternoon Sweets at Sunnyside

102 Rembert Street
September 22, 25, 28 and October 1, 4, 7 at 4:00 - 6:00pm

The antebellum home, Sunnyside, was built in 1850 and was well know for its gardens, farm crops, and pecan orchard. Today, about fifteen pecan trees still remain on the property and owner Colleen Wilkins collects and uses the pecans in her home-made recipes. Join Colleen for afternoon refreshments and a narrative of her beautifully restored home.
Tickets $35

Experience Dining in the 1800s at Choctaw Hall

310 N Wall Street
Friday and Saturday, September 28, 29 and October 5, 6 at 6:30pm

Hosted by owners David Garner and lee Glover. Experience a period appointed dining table of authentic silver, china, crystal, and table adornments. Enjoy a veranda hosted sampling of period foods and champagne punch and earn how to entertain with style.
Tickets $40

An Evening of Juleps and Jazz at Auburn

400 Duncan Avenue
Friday, September 28 - 5:00 to 7:00pm

Step back in time with music by Burnley Cook, Master of the Calliope, performing songs of the steamboat era. Enjoy libations prepared by Clark Feiser, Master of the Mint Julep!
Tickets $20

Nature Walk at the Gardens

35 Cemetery Road
September 23 and October 5 - 5:30 to 6:45pm

​The Gardens, a quaint planter's cottage is surrounded by both formal gardens and wooded forests as well as bayous; all to be explored! Many of the south's wildlife species have found refuge on the circa 1794 home's 90 acres. Following the "moderate energy" walk created by a local Master Gardener, join the owners on the front gallery for light hors d'oeuvres and beverages. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Tickets $30

Amos Polks Voices of Hope

Carriage House Restaurant
401 High Street

Sunday's, September 23 & 30 and October 7
Dinner 6:45pm
Concert 7:30 - 8:30pm

Enjoy a bountiful plantation dinner and a stirring gospel concert.
​Tickets $45


Natchez Little Theatre

319 Linton Avenue at Maple Street

Natchez Little Theatre is America's most active non-profit volunteer community theatre and the oldest in Mississippi, entertaining the Miss-Lou since 1932. Celebrating 80 years, over 23,000 patrons from around the world visit Natchez Little Theatre during its 12 month season of over 100 performances.

Friday and Saturday, September 21, 22, 28, 29 and October 5, 6 at 7:30pm
Sunday, October 7 at 2:00pm Matinee only and Last Performance

This delightfully funny and endearing play in "two acts and forty-one calls" visits six eccentric southern women seeking to bridge emotional and physical distance via telephone and come to terms with their shattered family history. Only Peggy remains in Natchez caring for their mother and is phoning her sisters with the latest about "Mama"...whether they want to hear it or not!

Tickets $15

Mississippi Music: All Shook Up with Lynn Beach Smith and Alvin Shelby

Friday, May 18th at 6:00pm
​Stanton Hall, 401 High Street

Mississippi is the birth place of America's music. Come hear Lynn Beach Smith perform some of the greatest tunes of the 20th century. From the King of Rock-n-Roll to the iconic Gospel greats, this is a concert you will thoroughly enjoy inside beautiful and historic Stanton Hall. The amazing and gifted Alvin Shelby will be on keyboards.

Ticket $30

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