1279 Hwy. 20 W.
McDonough, GA 30253
Phone: (770) 957-2651
Fax: (770) 898-8292
Located in McDonough, the Gateway Event Center is a huge venue for corporate functions, trade shows and major events. It is also performance space for live music. Spanning across 58,000 square feet (5388.38 square meters), it can easily accommodate 5,000 people. With state-of-the-art technology and a knowledgeable staff, the Gateway Event Center will ensure to make any occasion a successful one.
Formerly the Great Escape McDonough, it was acquired by Regal Theatres and was renamed to Regal McDonough Stadium 16. This 16 screens theater features customized sound systems, digital projection screens and stadium seating that enhances your movie watching experience. Some of the screening halls have RealD 3D (digital 3D) which takes new heights to viewing cinema. There are also party and game rooms for added entertainment.
Located within the Heritage Park, Jason T. Harper Event Center is a multipurpose venue capable of hosting a wide variety of events from indoor sporting fixtures to large receptions. Bleachers span the length of the warehouse-like space on both sides. The expansive central area is highly adaptable and can be configured to meet various event needs, from seated receptions to standing cocktail parties. Check website for more.
Located 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south of Atlanta, off Highways 19 and 41, Atlanta Motor Speedway plays host to some of NASCAR's most exciting racing events. The moderate climate means that the local racing season stretches from early spring to late fall. Ticket prices vary, but there are many suite and VIP packages available for large groups and corporate events. Visit the Website or call for details.
Stockbridge Community Arts Center is central to the culture scene in Stockbridge. It offers two theater stages for cultural performances. Popular with the locals, it is a common meeting place. There is a dance studio and meeting space that are offered on rent as well.
Come to Pinstrikes Bowling Alley for day of bowling, food, games and fun. This entertainment arena is perfect for that quality time with your family. There are several bowling lanes along with various arcade games that will keep you hooked. From laser mazes, bumper cars to 3D games, you are in a treat here. If you think you can bowl like the champs you can even be a part of their bowling leagues and competitions. You can take five at their restaurants and have a good grub. This place is also a great venue to celebrate birthdays, corporate buffets or other private parties. So this place has all that it takes to bowl one over!
Presenting an eclectic program of performing art events throughout the year, the Clayton County Performing Arts Center is the hub of cultural activities in the county. The facility comprises numerous venues including the expansive Ernest Stroud Hall, Lloyd Tarpley Theatre, Recital Hall as well as the Stilwell Art Gallery. Established in 1990, the center also serves as one of the main performing art facilities for the Clayton County Public Schools system. Check website for more.
While not a plantation in the classic, antebellum sense, this landmark home has witnessed over 100 years of Atlanta history. Built in 1879, the construction made use of over a million bricks, and required almost a year to complete. Fully restored and refurbished, the mansion has been appointed with period antiques and decorated to reflect daily life of a bygone age. Stop by during the week for a tour. This mansion creates a picturesque backdrop for wedding receptions, corporate and social events.
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.
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.
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.
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.