3140 Moreland Ave.
Conley, GA 30288
Phone: (404) 363-6960
Fax: (404) 363-6961
3140 Moreland Ave., Conley, GA, US, 30288
- Phone: (404) 363-6960
- Fax: (404) 363-6961
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 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.
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.
Located neat the Georgia Perimeter College - Decatur Campus, the Panthersville Stadium is the home base for the Georgia State University baseball and is primarily used for this sport. Built in 1968, it is owned by the DeKalb County Parks and is given for major sporting events in the city.
Georgia State University Baseball Complex was built in 1986. Since then it has been the home ground of Georgia State Panthers baseball team. With a seating capacity of 1092, this venue can also be rented for private events. Call ahead for more information.
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.
The city of Atlanta is filled with music venues, bars, and clubs that each play host to musicians from across the country, and are quite popular within the city, and without. Though all of these come equipped with excellent equipments, technology, and sound and light systems, as well as a good selection of drinks, they do not have what Grocery on Home has to offer. This little former grocery in Grant Park may not have the glamor or frills of the upscale places, but, instead, it offers a very casual and easygoing ambiance, seeming more like a gathering of friends than an actual music venue. The venue is intimate, and offers quite an up-close look at performers corralled from across the city. The attendance for the events held here is quite limited, and the venue requires attendees to RSVP. Call to know more.
Located in The Gallery at South Dekalb, Big Cinemas South Dekalb Stadium 12 offers a dose of new movies to its shoppers as well for the movie goers in the neighborhood. Comfortable seating, quality audio and video along with reasonable rates makes this movie theater a pleasant place to catch those flicks you don't want to miss.
Located inside the campus of the New Life Community Center, the Multi-Purpose Building as the name suggests is used for various events. Spanning across 11,000 square feet (1021.93 square meters) it features a huge stage, large kitchen and a good sound system. The Building is available for workshops, private functions and business meetings.
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.
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.
If you are interested in dance, head to Dance 411 Studios. This is a lively venue that teaches all kinds of dance forms both in a group as well as privately. Zumba, African dance, belly dance, jazz, salsa, swing, hip hop, ballroom style, tap-dance and tango are taught here. Yoga, Pilates and boot camp lessons are also given. It is an ideal place for children and adults to rejuvenate themselves.