Aurora Theatre is offering a chance for couples to celebrate the day of love by snuggling up for an evening of romantic tunes.

This Valentine’s Day, the award-winning theatre sets the mood for romance at the outdoor Biergarten at Ironshield Brewing – complete with cozy fire pits and musical performances. Aurora Theatre Co-Founder and Associate Producer Ann-Carol Pence has teamed up with the dynamic India Tyree to put together an evening of love songs, ranging in genre and era – like a mixtape – to create the perfect in-person date night.

Pence and Tyree will be joined onstage by Ashley Prince, Brandin Jay, and Lamont J. Hill and accompanied by Mark Biering and Brian Smith.

From Aurora Theatre

“Although we have cautiously navigated this past year, we still search for ways we can safely gather and create a live show. That’s what sets us apart,” said Ann-Carol Pence, Co-Founder and Associate Producer of Aurora Theatre. “This time, we’ve teamed up with India Tyree to help produce. India has been a vocal sensation since I met her in 2015, and she continues to be one of the most dynamic and driven artists in the region. Audiences are going to love this show!”

The edibles

Ironshield Brewing will have craft beers available for purchase and will allow outside food during the event. Local restaurant Cosmo’s Pizza on Crogan is offering free delivery to the venue with a two-person special that includes a garden salad, heart-shaped pizza and cannoli for $22. Call 770-338-9274 to place an order.   

The details

Located at 457 N Chestnut St, Ironshield Brewing will set the stage for Love Mix: A Valentine’s Cabaret* on Sunday, Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. Tickets are currently on sale, starting at $25 for singles and $45 for couples and may be purchased online here.

*Advance purchase only for touchless transactions. Staff will be masked. Audience members will have their temperature checked upon entry and will be required to wear a mask as part of the overall safety protocol.

For more information on this production or other programming, please call the Box Office at 678.226.6222 or visit

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