Above: Matisyahu last visited Atlanta in December 2015 for a performance at the Variety Playhouse. (Photo by Eli Gray, Gray Imaging)

City Winery Atlanta is partnering with the Marcus Jewish Community Center for Matisyahu’s two-night stand in metro Atlanta in January.

The Jewish reggae singer will perform in the Marcus JCC’s Morris & Rae Frank Theatre on Saturday night, Jan. 7, then will play City Winery the next night.

Tickets will range from $45 to $65, with a $100 VIP option including a meet-and-greet session with Matisyahu.

The singer’s two shows are part of the Marcus JCC’s recently announced 2016-17 arts and culture season, whose music shows also include Israeli folk band Baladino on Sept. 11 and Israeli saxophonist Daniel Zamir on Feb. 19.

“This is a season that I am particularly proud of, one that is comprised of classic musicals, award-winning exhibitions, jazz concerts and productions for the entire community,” said Brian Kimmel, the center’s director of arts and culture. “Through this year’s lineup, there truly will be a cultural offering for every age and interest.”