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Atlanta, GA 30349
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Atlanta Exposition Centers comprises of two facilities that are ideal to host trade shows, corporate events and exhibitions. The unit in the north is provides 161,000 square feet (14957.38 square meters) of space, while the other one, located barely 2 minutes away to the south of Interstate 285, offers 205,000 square feet (19045.12 square meters) of event area. The facilities and space provided make for comfortable and hassle free shows.
The Georgia International Convention Center is a well-managed multi-purpose facility that hosts business conferences and public exhibitions. It has five spacious halls that are well-lit and centrally air-conditioned. The state-of-the-art center is considered to be one of the largest and prominent business and trader centers in the state.
A popular place for a family outing, Skate Towne offers hours of skating for young and old alike. Practice the art of balancing on wheels and master some new moves to the sound of hip hop, reggae and R&B. It offers space for private events as well.
Nestled in the heart of the Riverdale Town Center, The Amphitheater is a popular spot for concerts, movie nights and festivals. It is also the home of the South City Concert Series which is held every summer. Featuring a huge stage and offering a wonderful view of the elegant Town Center, this venue can easily seat 1,500 people.
This magnificent town center opened its doors in 2010 and since then has been a significant part of the city. Spanning across 42,000 square feet (3901.93 square meters), the Riverdale Town Center is a multifaceted facility. Featuring an art room, dance studio, gym, game room and many board rooms, this state-of-the-art building is ideal for business, cultural and leisure events. The Amphitheater, situated at its center is a popular venue for concerts and festivals.
Located on Clayton State University's campus in Morrow (about 30 minutes south of Atlanta), Spivy Hall has seen many renowned jazz and classic musicians grace its stage. Built with superb sound engineering and seating 400 guests, this concert hall is a mainstay on the small concert series in American jazz and classic music scene. Many public radio shows are hosted here as well as youth choirs and young artist shows for Atlantans.
The Rosel Fann Recreation Center offers sports facilities and leisure activities to locals. It is a popular spot for patrons to spend fun evenings. Various events and activities are held here from time to time.
Catch the latest flicks from Hollywood at the AMC Southlake 24, located close to the Southlake Festival Shopping Center. Comfy seating, and the latest in audio and projection technology make for an enjoyable movie experience at this theater. You can find popcorn and other movie staples at the concession counters. Check website for more.
Situated several miles south of downtown,Aaron's Amphitheatre (formerly the Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheater and HiFi Buys Amphitheater) is used for large festivals and musical shows in Atlanta. In the past performances by Elton John, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and other contemporary and classical artists have graced the venue. The venue encompasses 5000 roofed seats, 2000 more without, and space for 12,000 on the sloping lawn. Events are rain or shine, and the venue can be reached by car or MARTA rail line.
Located inside the Atlanta Technical College, The Dennard Conference Center is named after Cleveland L. Dennard, a former President of the Washington Technical University. It has an impressive lobby that greets visitors. Its well-equipped rooms are perfect for hosting conferences and conventions of all sizes. It is quiet and peaceful, ideal for business and educational events.
Tired of watching television on your couch at home? Looking for a fun night out with friends or a significant other? Carmike Cinemas Movies ATL 14 is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of busy Atlanta. With stadium-style seating, all digital sound, you can't go wrong with catching a flick at this movie house. Check website for movie timings and tickets.
This classic venue is a standing monument to a fading American tradition, as it is one of the last remaining drive-in theater in the Atlanta area. Its six screens are always in motion, showing first-release films throughout the week and on weekends. Depending on which night you visit, you might even catch a double feature.