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As a homeowner, you know that your HVAC unit is one of the most important components in your house. It keeps you cool during hot summer days and warm on chilly winter nights. When it's working properly, it's easy to forget its important role in your everyday life. But when it malfunctions, you quickly remember how crucial heating and AC repair in Darien, GA, is for your family.

At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, our mission is to ensure your cooling and heating systems remain effective throughout the year at the lowest prices available. Unlike some of our competitors, we prefer to put our customers first before anything else. We believe in doing right by the folks who choose our business. Cutting corners to save a few bucks? Annoying sales pitches to try and sell you new parts or equipment? That's just not the way we do business.

When you choose Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, you can rest easy knowing you won't have to pay outlandish fees for our services. As a licensed, bonded heating and air conditioning company, we know how important trust is when it comes to the nature of our business. We go above and beyond other HVAC companies and treat your home like it was our own. That way, you have peace of mind knowing you and your family are in capable, responsible hands.

We take pride in providing our customers with the highest quality service. Our highly trained technicians have experience handling all aspects of HVAC repair, from routine maintenance problems to advanced A/C unit installation projects in Darien, GA.

Through hard work, honesty, and integrity, we have built a loyal customer base that continues to grow each month. It would be our honor to call you our customer too. Whether you need a routine maintenance check or emergency heater repair in Darien, we are here for you every step of the way, 24-hours a day.

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Why Choose Liberty Heating & Airworx AC?

We get it - there are a lot of A/C companies out there to sift through. You want to be sure you choose the best company for your needs and budget.

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Here are just a few reasons why our customers choose Liberty Heating & Airworx AC over other HVAC companies in South Georgia:

Authorized Carrier and Goodman Dealer:

Authorized Carrier and Goodman Dealer:

We're authorized to service and sell two of the most respected brands in the heating and A/C industry. No matter what size home you own, our technicians are fully equipped to handle any HVAC issue with your Goodman, Carrier, or other air conditioning units.

Insured, Bonded, and Licensed:

Insured, Bonded, and Licensed:

We go the extra mile to ensure that our customers feel safe and protected when they hire our team. We treat your home like it was our own, from the moment we step foot on your property to the time we pull out of your driveway.

Fair Pricing

Fair Pricing

We understand that money doesn't just grow on trees. You work hard to make an honest living and need reasonable pricing on A/C repair and other HVAC services. At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, you'll never have to worry about us charging you outrageous prices.

Flexible Financing

Flexible Financing

Has your heater gone out in the middle of a freezing January night? A/C unit quit working in the middle of summer? Despite some common red flags that you can keep an eye out for, you can never really plan for an HVAC malfunction. That's why we offer emergency HVAC services in Darien, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Year-Round Discounts

Year-Round Discounts

With Ft. Stewart just a few minutes away, Darien has one of Georgia's largest active military populations. It is our honor to offer current and retired military members and their families discounted prices on their next service appointment. We also offer up to 10% off for Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Members. It's our small way of giving back to those who have sacrificed so much for our liberty.

Free Estimates

Free Estimates

From new unit installations to air conditioning repair, it would be our pleasure to provide you with a free estimate on our services.

Emergency Service

Emergency Service

Has your heater gone out in the middle of a freezing January night? A/C unit quit working in the middle of summer? Despite some common red flags that you can keep an eye out for, you can never really plan for an HVAC malfunction. That's why we offer emergency HVAC services in Darien, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Flexible Financing

Flexible Financing:

When your A/C unit or heater breaks suddenly, it can be hard to squeeze repairs into your budget. To make sure all of our customers are comfortable in their homes, we offer financing options to make your life easier.

Air Conditioning Repair in Darien, GA

Here in southern Georgia, our summers can be extremely hot and humid. Trying to live in a home without A/C a South Georgia summer isn't just a bad idea; it can be downright deadly. Fortunately, Liberty Heating & Airworx AC is here to help with all of your A/C needs. There's no A/C issue that our highly trained HVAC technicians haven't seen before, and no job too small or large for us to tackle. Whether your A/C system needs a basic issue resolved, or you need a new AC unit installed at your house, our team will be at your door in no time.

We have the experience and training to service all major air conditioning systems, from ductless systems to central air setups. We're authorized to service Goodman to Carrier brands, but the truth is it doesn't matter what A/C unit brand you have - our team can fix it all. If your unit is beyond repair, we can walk you through the process of installing a new A/C system and suggest appropriate units that will work well for your home.

Here are just a few of the most common A/C repair services we offer in Darien and the surrounding area:

  • Electrical repair
  • Compressor Repair
  • Refrigerant Leaks
  • Refrigerant Recharges
  • Replace Blower Motor
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Common Signs That
You Need AC Repair in
Darien, GA

Once springtime rolls around, it's very important that you keep your eyes and ears open for any potential warning signs that your A/C unit needs to be repaired. The last thing you need is to be caught off guard when June, July, and August are in full swing. Knowledge is power, and at Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, committed to keeping our customers in the loop about potential A/C repair warning signs. That way, you can take preventative steps rather than reactive ones.

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Loud, Unusual Noises

Don't be alarmed if your A/C unit makes low-level noises throughout the day and night - these sounds are completely normal. However, if you hear loud, unusually abrupt noises coming from your unit, it may be time to have it repaired. Buzzing or rattling noises can mean a part is loose, while grinding or whistling can signal a more serious problem. Because these types of issues won't work themselves out on their own, a professional is needed to diagnose and correct the problem.

Strong-Odors
Strong Odors

If you notice strange, smelly odors permeating throughout your home, your first instinct may be to grab the air freshener. However, unpleasant odors can be a sign that your A/C unit needs attention. Our A/C repair techs will let you know what's going on and how a potential issue can be remediated with a quick diagnostic test.

Refrigerant or Water Leaks
Refrigerant or Water Leaks

Your A/C unit needs refrigerant to keep your home cool and comfortable when it's hot outside. It's common for condensation to accumulate as your system cools your home. With that said, if you notice pooling water or an active leak coming from your A/C system, it's time to call an A/C repair tech ASAP. Leaks can cause extensive damage to your home, and the problem needs to be addressed quickly.

Heater Repair in
Darien, GA

South Georgia isn't known for its freezing temperatures, but one thing is for sure - wintertime in Darien can get very cold. When the temps begin to drop, your home's furnace works properly. Modern homes have come a long way since the days of wood and coal. Your home's heater is complicated, and when one component fails, the entire system can be affected. In situations like these, it's important not to panic. Instead, give Liberty Heating & Airworx AC a call. Our trustworthy team of heating repair experts have the knowledge and training to repair your furnace fast, so you can get back to enjoying your home.

Here are just a few of the most common issues that we can help repair:

  • No Heat
  • Thermostat Malfunction
  • Heat Pump Replacement
  • Ignition and Pilot Problems
  • Noisy Heater
  • Emergency Services
  • Much More!
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Common Signs That You Need Furnace Repair in Darien, GA

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Today's heating systems are complex. At Liberty Heating & Airworx AC, our heating repair technicians receive ongoing training in all aspects of heating technology. That way, their skills stay sharp, and their techniques remain up to date. However, you don't need to be an expert to spot common signs that your heater may need to be repaired.

As colder months approach in Georgia, try to be aware of the following red flags:

Expensive Heating Bill

You're probably used to a more expensive electricity bill when winter hits Darien. However, if you notice a huge price jump over last year's bill, it could be a sign that something is wrong with your heating system. Utility companies are known for raising prices gradually, but a dramatic leap is a cause for concern.

Uneven Heating
Uneven-Heating

Does your heater seem to work perfectly in some areas of your house but not others? Are some rooms too hot while others are drafty and cold? If so, your heater may need repairing. This is a common issue in older homes and requires an expert to inspect your heater and ducts for airflow problems.

Unhealthy Air Quality
Unhealthy Air Quality

If the air in your house is hazy no matter how much you dust, your heater may be the problem. A furnace that circulates mildew, dust, and other harmful particles isn't working correctly. This issue is particularly bad for people with asthma or respiratory illnesses. If you haven't changed your home's air filter recently, be sure to do so. If the problem persists, it's time to call Liberty Heating & Airworx AC.

New AC Installation
in Darien, GA

You and your family depend on your home's A/C system to keep you cool and comfortable during the hottest months of the year. Unfortunately, breakdowns happen at the worst possible times - like in the middle of July when temperatures are over 90 degrees. If you have had to repair your A/C system more and more often, investing in a new cooling system will save you time and money in the long run.

As an Authorized Carrier and Goodman dealer - two of the most recognized and respected brands in our industry - we have the highest quality units available. We handle every aspect of your new A/C installation from start to finish. That way, you can focus on living your life rather than worrying about the next time your A/C goes out.

Curious when it might be time for a new A/C system?

Keep an eye out for these warning signs:

Dusty Furniture

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If you have kept your unit well-maintained and changed your air filter regularly, you shouldn't experience this problem. If you do, and your system is old, it can be more cost-effective to replace it and have your duct system analyzed to fix the root cause of your dust issue.

High Humidity

 HVAC Repair Services Darien, GA

If it feels unusually sticky in your home, like you just spent a few hours outside in the summertime, there's a good chance that something is seriously wrong with your air conditioning. Your air conditioner's job is to pull moisture out of the air to keep your feeling cool inside. When that process fails, it can increase your risk of mold and mildew growth - and that's just the start.

Frequent Repairs

 HVAC Services Darien, GA

When your repair bills end up costing more than a down payment on a new A/C system, it might make more financial sense to invest in a more modern unit. Compare how much it costs to have our maintenance technicians perform regular service vs. the cost of a new air conditioning installation. The results may surprise you.

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Bridge construction could sever Brunswick to Darien connection on U.S. 17

A member of McIntosh County’s state delegation is working to change GDOT’s mind, but as it stands now, Darien will temporarily lose its direct U.S. 17 link to Brunswick later this decade.If the Georgia Department of Transportation sticks to schedule, construction of a new Darien River Bridge will begin in 2026. The plan calls for constructing the replacement structure in the footprint of the old bridge.That will entail demolishing the bridge and directing traffic flow from Darien to Brunswick to Interstate 95....

A member of McIntosh County’s state delegation is working to change GDOT’s mind, but as it stands now, Darien will temporarily lose its direct U.S. 17 link to Brunswick later this decade.

If the Georgia Department of Transportation sticks to schedule, construction of a new Darien River Bridge will begin in 2026. The plan calls for constructing the replacement structure in the footprint of the old bridge.

That will entail demolishing the bridge and directing traffic flow from Darien to Brunswick to Interstate 95.

GDOT describes the eight-decades-old bridge as “functionally obsolete.”

State Rep. Buddy DeLoach, R-Townsend, was among a group of state officials who met recently with GDOT to discuss the project. Local officials from McIntosh and Glynn counties also attended the meeting.

“We are still looking at all options,” DeLoach said, adding that he is waiting for the results of an economic impact study.

“We are just hoping to find some other way. Obviously it will be very a big blow for Georgia’s second oldest city. It will also have a negative impact on Glynn County.”

He’s right about that, agrees Glynn County Commissioner Bill Brunson.

“I absolutely think closing the bridge for an extended period of time will have a tremendously negative impact on both McIntosh and Glynn County businesses,” Brunson said. “Workforce and goods and services travel Hwy. 17 in both directions every day.”

There is also the question of how a detour will affect EMS.

“One of the most critical issues is emergency services to our hospital from McIntosh County,” Brunson said. “Detouring to I-95 is often not a viable option.

“I don’t understand why building the new bridge adjacent to the old bridge is not an option.”

The new Sidney Lanier Bridge was erected next to the structure it replaced.

According to distance maps on the internet, the trip from Darien to Brunswick via U.S. 17 is 16.9 miles and via I-95 19.7 miles. Both take 23 minutes to drive traveling at the speed limit. An alternate route from Darien would be I-95 to Ga. Hwy. 99 to U.S. 17, a 16.9 mile trip that takes 21 minutes.

Darien Mayor Hugh Hodge responded to residents expressing concerns about the closure on a McIntosh County Facebook page, saying, “We’re doing everything we can to change their minds.”

McIntosh County residents posting on Facebook fear the potential loss to businesses. An elderly woman who travels to Brunswick via U.S. 17 for doctor appointments noted her apprehension about having to rely on the more trafficked interstate. Another wondered what will happen in the event of a hurricane evacuation if U.S. 17 is no longer in use.

“All efforts have been exhausted to explore other available options,” said Kyle Collins, GDOT communications.

Some thought was given to leaving half of the Darien Bridge open during construction, but that is no longer an option.

“After additional inspections and extensive analysis, it was determined that demolishing half of the existing bridge would further compromise the structural integrity of the nearly 80-year-old bridge,” Collins said. “The new plan to close the bridge completely and detour traffic allows for safer conditions for both motorists and the construction crew during construction.”

Besides that, Collins added, “Construction time would be longer at six years and more costly for an on-site scenario versus three years estimated with the full closure/detour plan presented.”

The estimated time of completion of the project is 3 to 3.5 years.

“That is for substantial, overall completion, meaning traffic could be driving on the new structure before that range,” he said. “A design-builder is anticipated to be selected in 2025 with construction scheduled to begin in early 2026, possibly sooner, and anticipated to reach substantial completion in late 2028.”

Collins said the department will continue to look for opportunities to expedite the procurement and construction schedule.

He said the project is now in the environmental phase. Surveys also are being conducted to verify the boundaries.

“The replacement bridge will meet current design standards, improving safety for the traveling public and commercial vehicle traffic loads,” Collins said. “The new bridge will also feature bike and pedestrian facilities, increasing access and safety for cyclists and pedestrians.

“For the annual Blessing of the Fleet, there will be a platform built for clergy to use during the event.”

GDOT will seek public comment on the project in the third quarter of this year, he said.

GDOT set on knocking down Darien River Bridge to build new one

Knocking down the Darien River Bridge and building a new one in its place is the most feasible option available to the Georgia Department of Transportation.Kyle Collins, GDOT communications, said other options were considered, but the department decided against them.Work on replacing the 80-year-old structure is scheduled to commence in 2026. It will require tearing down the existing bridge and closing traffic to and from Darien via U.S. 17 during the majority of the project.Construction is expected to take three years o...

Knocking down the Darien River Bridge and building a new one in its place is the most feasible option available to the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Kyle Collins, GDOT communications, said other options were considered, but the department decided against them.

Work on replacing the 80-year-old structure is scheduled to commence in 2026. It will require tearing down the existing bridge and closing traffic to and from Darien via U.S. 17 during the majority of the project.

Construction is expected to take three years or more, GDOT estimates.

Collins reiterated reasons why GDOT pulled away from other alternatives.

“Longer construction duration, higher cost, more environmental and right-of-way impacts,” he said.

Collins responded to questions about the need for a new structure when the old one has not been declared unsafe to vehicles.

“Yes, the structure is deemed safe for travel,” Collins acknowledged. “The existing bridge was built in 1944 and does not meet current design standards and load capacities.

“Typical rehabilitation procedures to improve the condition of the bridge would not increase the load carrying capacity of the structure or guarantee an extension of service life. That’s why a replacement project is moving forward.”

While Collins was unable to provide a ballpark dollar figure for demolition and construction, he said the state will not be picking up the tab alone.

“Final approved cost estimates are in development and will be available to the public at the open house later in 2022,” he said. “It will be a blend of federal and state funding.”

Congress included funds for new bridges, highways and rails in the 2021 $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.

Georgia’s share is estimated at around $10 billion.

Darien residents will have several alternate pathways to Brunswick during the project. According to distance maps on the internet, the trip from Darien to Brunswick via U.S. 17 is 16.9 miles and via I-95 19.7 miles. Both take 23 minutes to drive traveling at the speed limit. An alternate route from Darien would be I-95 to GA 99 to U.S. 17, a 16.9 mile trip that takes 21 minutes.

State Rep. Buddy DeLoach, R-Towsend, whose district includes Darien and a part of Glynn County, said last week that he was waiting for a study that will show the economic impact of routing U.S. 17 traffic away from the Darien River Bridge.

He said Thursday there was nothing new to report.

W&L Men's Lacrosse Fells Virginia Wesleyan, 25-5

LEXINGTON, Va. – The 20th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team won its eighth straight game, scoring 18 goals or more for the sixth straight contest, posting a 25-5 win over Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday at Wilson Field.The Generals (12-5, 10-0) came out of the gates strong, scoring three times in the initial 1:31 of the game. Senior midfielder Tommy MacCowatt (New Vernon, N.J. / Delbarton) scored unassisted at the 13:59 ma...

LEXINGTON, Va. – The 20th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team won its eighth straight game, scoring 18 goals or more for the sixth straight contest, posting a 25-5 win over Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday at Wilson Field.

The Generals (12-5, 10-0) came out of the gates strong, scoring three times in the initial 1:31 of the game. Senior midfielder Tommy MacCowatt (New Vernon, N.J. / Delbarton) scored unassisted at the 13:59 mark and then sophomore attackman Alex Brown (Norwalk, Conn. / Taft School) followed with an unassisted goal of his own just 14 seconds later. Junior midfielder Matt Gallagher (Lynchburg, Va. / E.C. Glass) won the ensuing faceoff and fed junior long-stick midfielder Alex Kelly (Sudbury, Mass. / Lincoln-Sudbury Regional), who passed right back to Gallagher for another goal at 13:29.

W&L kept the pressure on the Marlins (5-11, 2-8), scoring six more unanswered goals to push out to a 9-0 lead with 9:09 left in the second quarter. Junior attackman Hudson Pokorny (Darien, Conn. / Darien) scored twice during the stretch, while senior attackman Taylor Witherell (Wilmington, Del. / Salesianum) added one goal and one assist.

Virginia Wesleyan temporarily stopped the bleeding with a goal by junior midfielder Mark Sprague at the 7:41 mark, but the Blue & White scored two more tallies for an 11-1 lead at the half.

The Generals tacked on seven more goals in the third period and seven more in the fourth to cruise to the win.

Washington and Lee finished with 68 shots as opposed to 27 for the Marlins. W&L won the ground ball battle, 31-24, and the Generals won 25-of-34 faceoffs. The game was sloppy both ways, with the two teams combining for 64 turnovers (34 for VWU).

Witherell led the Generals with five goals and three assists, climbing to 10th on the W&L all-time scoring list with 167 points. His 119 goals also rank sixth all-time.

Brown totaled three goals, while MacCowatt notched two goals and two assists. Pokorny registered two goals and one assist, while senior midfielders Fenner Pollock (Nashville, Tenn. / Montgomery Bell Academy) and Braden Rhone (Dallas, Texas / Episcopal) recorded two goals each. Gallagher won 10-of-13 faceoffs and chipped in one goal and one assist. Senior Nick Spagnoletti (Madison, N.J. / Madison) played the first 47:43 in goal and booked 11 saves with just two goals allowed to earn the win. Junior Warren Seeds (Atlanta, Ga. / Westminster) played the final 12:17, making one save.

Sprague and senior attackman Chris Lindemeyer each scored twice to lead the Marlins offense. Graduate attackman Joey Rayman added one goal and two helpers. Sophomore Josh Van Zuylen made 14 saves while playing 50:30 in goal. He was spelled by sophomore Allen Shaw, who made three stops in the final 9:30.

Washington and Lee has now completed the regular season. The Generals will be the top seed for the ODAC Tournament and will host the semifinal and championship games at Wilson Field next weekend. The semifinal games will be on Friday and the championship will be on Saturday. Game opponents and times are to be announced.

Morris Brown College regains accreditation after 20 years

ATLANTA (AP) — Morris Brown College has regained full accreditation after a 20-year journey that its leaders hope will ultimately prompt higher enrollment.Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools voted Tuesday to grant the liberal arts college full accreditation status, meaning its students can apply for federal loans and Pell grants, the association confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools revoked Morris Brown’s accreditation in 2002 after a former ...

ATLANTA (AP) — Morris Brown College has regained full accreditation after a 20-year journey that its leaders hope will ultimately prompt higher enrollment.

Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools voted Tuesday to grant the liberal arts college full accreditation status, meaning its students can apply for federal loans and Pell grants, the association confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools revoked Morris Brown’s accreditation in 2002 after a former college president and financial aid director were found to be misappropriating federal funds and rising debt.

“Morris Brown College just made history,” President Kevin James said in a telephone interview with the newspaper. “We’re excited about it. A lot of people had written us off. But due to a lot of hard work and dedication, we were able to regain our accreditation."

Morris Brown sought accreditation from TRACS, which also approved reaccreditation to another HBCU in Georgia — Paine College in Augusta.

James, the school's leader since 2019, called the process “the hard reset.” The historically black college planned Thursday to formally announce the reaccreditation.

TRACS president Timothy Eaton said the college met its requirements for having enough faculty members to teach coursework and the school “demonstrated a sound fundraising strategy and had some successful fundraising.”

“Morris Brown has been very diligent in doing what we asked them to do during the process,” Eaton said.

The association will conduct annual reviews of Morris Brown’s finances and audits as part of the post-accreditation process, he said.

Morris Brown was founded in 1881 by the Georgia Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and named for one of its bishops. It was the first institution of higher education in Georgia created by Black people for Black students. It costs about $4,250 a semester to attend the school, James has said.

The school was put in limbo, losing its federal funding in 2002 after financial mismanagement. Enrollment plummeted from about 2,500 students before the revocation to just a few dozen several years later. By 2012, Morris Brown had filed for bankruptcy.

Still, the college continued, enrolling about 50 students last year. It currently offers a handful of bachelor’s degrees in hospitality management, music and psychology. It also offers certificates in business entrepreneurship, eSports and nonprofit management.

TRACS, a Virginia-based agency, granted the college its candidacy last year.

Maurice Hobson, a civil rights and Atlanta scholar, previously told WXIA-TV that the school's journey to accreditation is another example of resilience.

“It is going to take new and innovative ways of understanding college education and what Morris Brown College can be than what it’s been in the past,” he said of its leadership and the college’s future.

Hobson added that there are advocates invested in and rooting for the school.

"We all want to see Morris Brown win,” he said. “If Morris Brown wins, then Atlanta ultimately wins.”

There are 107 HBCUs in the U.S. recognized by the Department of Education. Of those, three are closed and two are at risk of losing their accreditation, records show. Morris Brown is no longer one of them.

'Encanto' Sing-Along Film Concert Tour coming to PNC, Philly and Jones Beach this summer

"We don't talk about Bruno," but we will definitely sing about him.Disney Concerts and Live Nation will be partnering for "Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert Tour," featuring a full-length screening of the Oscar-winning film, accompanied by a live band playing the chart-topping soundtrack.Tickets go on sale ...

"We don't talk about Bruno," but we will definitely sing about him.

Disney Concerts and Live Nation will be partnering for "Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert Tour," featuring a full-length screening of the Oscar-winning film, accompanied by a live band playing the chart-topping soundtrack.

Tickets go on sale here tomorrow at 10 a.m., with VIP packages available.

The tour comes to TD Pavilion at The Mann in Philadelphia on Aug. 16, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, N.Y., on Aug. 18, and the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on Aug. 21.

"Encanto" features original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda ("Hamilton") and a score by Oscar-nominated film composer Germaine Franco ("Coco"). Songs include the multi-platinum "We Don't Talk About Bruno."

Antonio, one of the characters in the film, is voiced by young Rockland County native Ravi Cabot-Conyers.

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Here are the tour dates:

Monday, July 18 – RV Inn Style Resorts Ampitheater, Ridgefield, Wash.

Tuesday, July 19 – White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, Wash.

Thursday, July 21 – Concord Pavilion, Concord, Calif.

Saturday, July 23 – Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix

Sunday, July 24 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, San Diego

Tuesday, July 26 – Plaza Theatre, El Paso, Texas,

Wednesday, July 27 – The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts, Lubbock, Texas

Thursday, July 28 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston

Friday, July 29 – Dos Equis Pavilion, Dallas

Saturday, July 30 – Walmart AMP in Rogers, Ariz.

Sunday, July 31 – Stifel Theatre, St. Louis

Tuesday, Aug. 2 – Brandon Amphitheater, Brandon, Miss.

Wednesday, Aug. 3 – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Pelham, Ala.

Friday, Aug. 5 – iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Saturday, Aug. 6 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre, Tampa, Fla.

Sunday, Aug. 7 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, Alpharetta, Ga.

Tuesday, Aug. 9 – FirstBank Amphitheater, Franklin, Tenn.

Wednesday, Aug. 10 – PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte

Thursday, Aug. 11 – Wolf Trap, Vienna, Va.

Friday, Aug. 12 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater, Virginia Beach

Saturday, Aug. 13 – White Oak Amphitheatre at Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, N.C.

Sunday, Aug. 14 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park, Walnut Creek, Raleigh, N.C.

Tuesday, Aug. 16 – TD Pavilion at The Mann, Philadelphia

Thursday, Aug. 18 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, N.Y.

Friday, Aug. 19 – XFINITY Theatre, Hartford, Conn.

Saturday, Aug. 20 – Darien Lake Amphitheater, Darien Center, N.Y.

Sunday, Aug. 21 – PNC Bank Arts Center, Homdel

Tuesday, Aug. 23 – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, N.Y.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Friday, Aug. 26 – Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati

Saturday, Aug. 27 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Mich.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Chicago

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