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Atlanta Live Music Tour: Theaters, Performing Arts Centers and Arenas

Atlanta boasts an extraordinary number of theaters, performing arts centers and arenas that present international, national and regional artists and productions. From chart-topping concert acts to Broadway hits to the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, entertaining and engaging performances are taking place almost every night across the capital city.

Philips Arena

The state-of-the-art, multipurpose sports and entertainment complex located in the heart of downtown Atlanta hosts some of the most sought-after concerts in music. In 2013, the venue hosts Rihanna's Diamonds World Tour, Fleetwood Mac, One Direction, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars,...

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Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park

Concertgoers can enjoy music under the trees and stars at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, which sits on 45 acres of beautifully landscaped wooded land just north of Atlanta in Alpharetta. The summer home of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra was named "Best Major Outdoor Concert Venue...

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Chastain Park Amphitheatre

For shows with table seating, Chastain concertgoers are notorious for going all out with gourmet picnics, tablecloths and candelabras. Operating between April and October, the outdoor amphitheatre is located in Chastain Park, the largest city park in Atlanta. Concerts are promoted...

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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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The Buckhead Theatre

Mumford and Sons, Of Montreal, Indigo Girls, Guided By Voices, Iron & Wine, Lykke Li, Drive-By Truckers and Scissor Sisters are just a few of the bands that have played The Buckhead Theatre since the historic venue was restored and reopened in 2010. Originally opened in 1931, the...

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The Fox Theatre

One of the most beloved landmarks in the city, Atlanta's iconic Fox Theatre hosts more than 300 performances per year, from Broadway productions to movies to comedy to concerts. Over the decades, the spectacular 4,678-seat venue has hosted bands from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Leonard...

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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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Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University

A cultural cornerstone in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Rialto Center for the Arts is a destination for fans of national and international jazz, world music, dance and more. The 833-seat space is an intimate, elegant venue known for a well-curated annual lineup of performances...

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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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Red Clay Theatre

Red Clay Theatre is a home away from home for performing singer-songwriters. Founder Eddie Owen is beloved by artists across the spectrum for his untiring dedication to musicians and nurturing of an environment that creates a connection between artist and listener. While his namesake...

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Tabernacle

The personality-filled Tabernacle, located in the heart of downtown Atlanta near Centennial Olympic Park, the CNN Center and the Georgia Aquarium, originally opened in 1910 as the Broughton Tabernacle. After decades as a church, the building lay vacant until it was converted into...

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Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech

The 1,159-seat Ferst Center is located on the campus of Georgia Tech. From September through April, the venue presents a season of dance, comedy and music performances, including jazz, folk and pop. The Georgia Tech Music Department performs several concerts at Ferst throughout the...

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Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

The Emerson Concert Hall at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts hosts music, dance and theater productions on the campus of Emory University. Over 100 events are presented annually, including the Flora Glenn Candler Concert Series, which brings internationally renowned artists...

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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Larry Rosen's Jazz Roots, the national series that has brought acclaimed artists like Al Jarreau, Ramsey Lewis, Esperanza Spalding and Dave Koz to Atlanta, ranks among the many high-quality music, theater and dance productions presented at Cobb Energy Centre. Both the Atlanta...

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