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If you’re not familiar with the work, here’s the quick summary: “Serenbe Playhouse invites you to let down your Hair this summer under the stars at the Wildflower Meadow. Hair, the American tribal love-rock musical, provides a vivid, affectionate look at the flower children of the 1960s. As the characters band together in a peace-loving tribe, complete with bells, beads, incense, flowers, costumes and dreams, the rock music and culture of that era comes to life all around you. You’ll be transported back to Woodstock as you sing along with unforgettable songs, like ‘Aquarius,’ ‘Let the Sun Shine In,’ ‘Good Morning, Starshine’ and ‘Easy To Be Hard,’ which became anthems of the anti-war movement in the 1970s. Filled with unbridled energy and infectious tunes, Hair is an electrifying look into hippie counterculture of its time.”
Want to see Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical on the cheap? You have a few ways to get discount tickets:
- While they last, you can save more than 50% on tickets to select performances of Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, thanks to a deal on Goldstar. As of today (July 25), tickets are available for most performances during the run, but showtimes are starting to sell out.
- And you can save on tickets to select performances of Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, thanks to an offer on PoshDealz. As of today, tickets are available for most performances during the run, but showtimes are starting to sell out.
- You’ll find discount tickets to Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical on AtlanTIX, too, but since it’s typically one of the more expensive discount ticket options after fees, use it as a backup if other discount tickets for your preferred showtime have sold out.
Serenbe Playhouse-The Wildflower Meadow, 9110 Selborne Lane, Chattahoochee Hills. Since it’s an open-air production, you’ll need to bring your own seating. That said, when we went to see The Velveteen Rabbit, Serenbe provided a few chairs, and they even offered us bug spray when we gave them our tickets.