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    10 High

    Everyone is a rock star at 10 High, the official home of Metalsome Live Band Karaoke every Monday, Friday and Saturday night. For more than nine years, a group of real-deal rock 'n' rollers have ripped through a songlist of over 200 metal, glam, punk and rock selections while...

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    200 Peachtree Street

    Once the site of Atlanta's downtown Macy's department store, 200 Peachtree is now an event space, open to the public by appointment. The basement of the grand building was transformed into the District 13 bunker cafeteria in "Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1." The production...

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    529

    Tucked into the funky East Atlanta Village, 529 refers to itself as a "dive bar and concert venue" offering live music six nights a week, from international touring acts to bands from the neighborhood. Patrons love the sheer number of bands, the attentiveness of the bartenders, the...

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    7 Stages Theatre

    With a mainstage, black box and cozy cafe, the award-winning 7 Stages serves as a haven for artists and audiences to address social, political and spiritual issues present in their daily lives. There are numerous production highlights from 7 Stages' 30-year history, including...

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    Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood

    Located just 4 miles south of downtown Atlanta, Aaron's Amphitheatre is the premier concert venue for the biggest acts on tour in America. Acts in 2013 include Jimmy Buffett, The Black Keys, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, The Band Perry, Brad Paisley, Pitbull and Ke$ha.

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    Agnes Scott College

    The picturesque campus of this women's liberal arts college has played numerous roles in film and TV productions, including Alan Alda's "The Four Seasons," "Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius" and as the main location for Wes Craven's "Scream 2." Tyler Perry's "Single Moms...

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    Amicalola Lodge

    Clint Eastwood stops for the night at this sleepy roadside motel while on a baseball scouting trip with his daughter, played by Amy Adams, in "Trouble with the Curve."

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    Apache Cafe

    Since 2001, Apache Caf? has existed as a place of creative freedom where great music, delicious food and bold art co-exist. Monday's Bohemian Circus melts visual, performance and underground art with live experimental jazz and electronic music and DJs; Wednesday features Al Smith...

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    Arena at Gwinnett Center

    With a seating capacity of 13,000 and a convenient North Atlanta location, the Arena at Gwinnett Center hosts some of the hottest touring concert acts around. Shows in 2013 include Beyonce, Barry Manilow and the American Idol? Live! Tour.

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    Athens

    Just an hour from Atlanta, Athens is home to the University of Georgia. Brimming with great restaurants, great music and a vibe all its own, this city of roughly 100,000 was the setting for the Shawn Cassidy bicycling TV series "Breaking Away," which had a seven-episode run in 1980-81...

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    Athens Self-Guided Music History Tour

    The self-guided tour features 20-plus sites essential to the city’s fabled music history from the six locations in the evolution of the 40 Watt Club to the railroad trestle featured on the cover of R.E.M.’s "Murmur." The printed guide reveals the “musical pasts&rdquo...

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    Atlanta Biltmore Hotel and Biltmore Apartments

    Atlanta's 1924 Biltmore Hotel and Apartments features office space, condominiums and two fantastically restored ballrooms. Recently one was used as a Senate dining room in HBO's "Confirmation."

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    Atlanta City Hall

    Atlanta's neo-gothic City Hall building, completed in 1930, is located in South downtown, adjacent to the Georgia State Capitol and office buildings on the site of a house once occupied by General William Tecumseh Sherman before his march to the sea. It was enlarged by a 1989...

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    Atlanta Marriott Marquis

    Famous for its soaring atrium (the largest in the world when the building was completed in 1985), this John Portman-designed hotel is the Tribute Quarters in “Catching Fire” and "Mockingjay Part 1." Dramatic vistas of and from the atrium’s full 52-story glass elevators...

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    Atlanta Motor Speedway

    Not only is Hampton's 125,000-seat Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) a world-class oval track and site of NASCAR races, it has been featured many times in films and TV shows. Scenes from "Smokey and the Bandit 2," "Stroker Ace," "Six Pack," "Zombieland,"and "Necessary Roughness," have...

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    Atlanta Symphony Hall

    Atlanta Symphony Hall is the permanent home of the acclaimed Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, which was established in 1945 and performs 200 concerts annually. The ASO and its recordings have won 27 Grammy? awards, and music director Robert Spano is recognized internationally as one of...

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    Atlanta University Center

    Atlanta's historic West End is home to the campuses of Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College and Morris Brown College, known collectively as the Atlanta University Center. "Drumline," "Stomp the Yard," "We Are Marshall" and...

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    Augusta Canal Moonlight Music Cruises

    Solo artists and groups entertain aboard the Augusta Canal Petersburg Boat Tours music cruises as they float down the Augusta Canal, the only intact industrial canal in use in the South. For these unique seasonal tours, attendees bring their own refreshments and relax to the music...

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    Augusta Museum of History

    Two Augusta Museum of History exhibitions currently on display celebrate Augusta's rich musical heritage. "The Godfather of Soul: Mr. James Brown" features rare and personal memorabilia, costumes, family photos, videos and oral histories. "Local Legends" highlights the city'...

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    Bellwood Quarry

    Bellwood Quarry, located just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, is a 100-year-old granite quarry surrounded by acres of wooded land. It served as the survivor's camp in season one of "The Walking Dead," and acts as several locations in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1...

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    Blind Willie's

    The blues is still alive, well and scorching hot at Blind Willie's, located in the heart of the charming Virginia-Highlands neighborhood. Built in 1986 with the blood, sweat and tears of local musicians, the club has endured for over 25 years, presenting nationally recognized...

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    Bonaventure Cemetery

    Academy Award-winning lyricist Johnny Mercer; his uncle, Hugh W. Mercer, a Civil War Army officer and Confederate general; and novelist and poet Conrad Aiken are among the noteworthy individuals interred in Bonaventure Cemetery, made famous in the movie "Midnight in the Garden of...

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    Bragg Jam Music & Arts Festival

    Hot, sweaty and beyond fun describes the annual Bragg Jam Music & Arts Festival held in late July in downtown Macon. Buy a wristband for the signature Concert Crawl and see dozens of bands perform in participating venues across the city. The spirit of the festival is inspired by the...

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    Callanwolde Fine Arts Center

    Atlanta's Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a non-profit arts foundation housed in the historic 1917 mansion named "Callanwolde" by its builder, Charles Howard Candler (1878 - 1957). The eldest son of the founder of Coca-Cola and a 30-year trustee of Emory University, Candler'...

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    Castleberry Hill

    This City of Atlanta Landmark District is home to the area's oldest and most authentic warehouses and lofts. It was featured in the Emilio Estevez/Mick Jagger film "Freejack," and was the location of Cuba Gooding's loft in "The Fighting Temptations." Dan Aykroyd's office...

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    Center Stage

    Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Center Stage includes three separate venues: The Loft, a 650-capacity space on the second floor; Vinyl, the 300-capacity space with a neighborhood feel, billiards and local and regional bands on tap; and Center Stage Theatre, a 1,050-capacity...

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