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Fever Performing Arts Moving to Carrollton

Donny Karr

The Fever Performing Arts will soon have a new home in the heart of Carrollton. The popular dance studio will move from its current location at 3743 Highway 27 just north of Carrollton to 338 Tom Reeve Drive.

The Fever Performing Arts announced the move on their new Youtube channel on August 25. The business will be sharing the facility with God-Built Fitness Center.

Renovations are currently being made to the space to accommodate The Fever Performing Arts before their official move-in on September 17.

The Fever Performing Arts opened in 2012 in Tallapoosa before moving to its current location at Bowdon Junction. Their next move will put them very close to the Carrollton City Schools locations.

“Our first classes will kick off at 338 Tom Reeve Drive on September 17,” said Megan Rogers, owner.

Fever will be hosting a grand opening celebration on September 29 that will feature performances from community groups, food, and tours of the new facility.

“We’re really excited because we’ve always gotten a really good pull between Carrollton and Bremen,” said Rogers. “Most of our enrollment has been from the Carrollton area, and we are really looking forward to getting involved in the Carrollton school system and getting everything kicked off.”

To find out more, visit The Fever Performing Arts Facebook page here.

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Donny is a writer from Carrollton, Georgia. His work has been published in magazines and newspapers across the West Georgia area, as well as many websites. Donny has a degree in Mass Communications from the University of West Georgia. He is also an outdoor writer who enjoys writing about outdoor adventures and travel.