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Upcoming Shows

The Historic Amuzu Theatre has been a Southport favorite spot since 1912.  It was built by Price Furpless and later run by his son Bertram Lanier (Bremen) and grandson Bill as a movie theater until 1980.  It remained closed until 2005 when Bill reopened it and began having live performances.  The Amuzu is now the premier live attraction location in the Southport area producing popular shows as well as bringing in acts from other parts of North Carolina.  

About Our Venue

December 3, 2015

Christmas At The Amuzu, 7:30

December 4,  2015

Christmas At The Amuzu,  7:30

December 5, 2015

Christmas At The Amuzu, 7:30

December 6, 2015

Christmas At The Amuzu, 3:00

December 10,  2015

Christmas At The Amuzu, 7:30

December 12, 2015

Christmas At The Amuzu, 7:30

Dcember 13, 2015

Christmas At The Amzu, 7:30

Most of our shows will sell out so make sure you get your tickets as soon as they go on sale from one of our two ticket locations, Ricky Evans Art Gallery in Southport or Color Me Carolina on Oak Island.  Call 910-523-2552 for more information.