4600 Glenwood Rd.
Decatur, GA 30035
Phone: (404) 289-4940
Fax: (404) 564-0148
GB Event Facility is a premier venue that offers four spaces that are suited for private banquets, receptions and gatherings. Each of the four rooms are well equipped to handle large groups. The maximum capacity of the venue is 500. There are six bars that successfully cater to the events. The dance floor and music system are the other facilities that make this venue one of the most desirable in town.
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.
Established in 1956 by Frank Wittow, the Academy Theatre is an esteemed theater and the longest running of its kind. This not for profit organization focuses on improvized theater, thought provoking acts and bringing quality contemporary and classical work to the city. A community theater, it also offers outreach programs such as Theater for Youth to schools and Senior Ensemble for the elderly. The Academy Theater uses its artistic medium to express social issues to educate the society in a creative and fun environment.
Spanning across 3,000 square feet (278.71 square meters), Smash Events is like a blank canvas that gets transformed according to the event held here. With state-of-the-art technology, high ceilings and a well-lit stage, the venue is ideal for live performances as well as private occasions. It is also used for photo shoots and film productions.
One of the stellar performing art facilities at the George Perimeter College, Marvin Cole Auditorium is fully equipped with modern light and sound system, and offers production quality facilities to support numerous kinds of events from classical concerts to opera. Some of the resident artists at this 500-seat venue include the Dekalb Symphony Orchestra and the Peach State Opera. Call ahead for upcoming events, bookings and more.
Built in 1968 as the Memorial Stadium, James R. Hallford Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the DeKalb county. Formerly the home ground of the Georgia Generals soccer team, the stadium today, primarily hosts football fixtures for two schools in the county. With a capacity to hold 15600 spectators, the stadium is well-equipped to host big-ticket events. Call for more information.
Established in 1971, OnStage Atlanta has withstood turbulent times to become a beacon for theater lovers in Decatur. This semi professional theater has an ensemble of dedicated artists who are passionate about the craft and produce plays that are creative as well as interesting. Encompassing two spaces, the Main Stage Theater and the Black Box, patrons can enjoy the live performances comfortably. OnStage also conducts theater seminars and workshops regularly.
This golf club has a rich history and a distinct reputation on the golf circuit. Over 40 regional and national champions have emerged from this prestigious course. Bobby Jones and Charlie Yates went on to win the British Amateur championships as well. It has played host to over 17 major championships, such as the 1950 U.S. Women's Amateur, 1963 Ryder Cup, 101st United States Amateur Championship, and the PGA TOUR Championship. It has an 18-hole golf course and a clubhouse designed by architect Harry Leslie Walker. There's also a special enclosure reserved only for members. For more details and directions to the course, you can visit the website.
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.
Located within the Agnes Scott College, the Presser Hall was established in 1940, and primarily hosts live music performances by college's art faculty. The majestic hall is decked up with modern acoustics suited to live classical concerts. Besides this, the hall also houses a chapel. Call ahead for more information.
The Atrium is a multipurpose venue, capable of hosting a slew of events from intimate birthday parties to large receptions. Soaring ceilings, elegant chandeliers and plush decor elements make for a grand setting. Facilities at the venue include two restaurants, five bars as well as modern audio-visual equipment. Check website for more.