America's largest luncheon concert series in Augusta, Georgia, is a unique partnership between the business community, private foundations and donors, and historic Saint Paul's Church, located on the banks of the Savannah River in downtown Augusta. The 28th season features 13 concerts beginning in
September and continuing through March. The 30 minute noon concerts are free, open to the public, and
are handicapped accessible. Held in the nave of Saint Paul's Church, the concerts include musical styles
ranging from classical to jazz. Lunch is available after the concerts by advance reservation. The cost is
$12 per person. Private tables are available for groups of 4 or more and civic groups and garden clubs as
well as tour groups can be accommodated by prior arrangement.
Sleeping Bear Kitchen is the official caterer of Tuesday’s Music Live and lunch is served in the elegant River and Berlin Rooms of Saint Paul's Church, overlooking the Savannah River and the Baird
Rose Garden on Augusta's historic riverfront. Anita Tanner coordinates a team of volunteers who set
tables, plate food, and serve tea and Starbucks coffee to more than 2,500 people during the season.
Flowers on the beautifully decorated tables are provided by Georgia State Floral Distributors. For a donation the table arrangements can be
taken home after lunch.