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State Farm Arena is the home stadium of the National Basketball Association's Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Dream. The state-of-the-art indoor venue is the pioneering Leed Certified NBA Arena in the world and host top tournaments and sporting events. It is also a popular venue for contemporary concerts by international musicians and artists. Be one among 21,000 visitors to experience top names like Madonna, Sarah McLachlan and Women of Faith.
Located near the Georgia Tech campus, this stadium is a popular college football venue. It can seat up to 55,000 passionate fans, and is a short distance from the Hank McCamish Pavilion. Even though horns, drums and music instruments are not allowed inside the stadium, the noise decibels reach alarming heights with the high energy on match nights.
Home of the Atlanta Braves, Center Parc Stadium is a must-visit even if you're not into baseball. Built as a multi-purpose facility for the 1996 Olympics, the stadium houses The Braves Museum as well as several restaurants and concession stands. Stop by at Scouts Alley, which has an array of interactive games. Step out and be surrounded by the smell of hot boiled peanuts and their signature battle cry of the tomahawk chop. Tours of the stadium complex are available both during the season and off it.
Having undergone a refurbishment, Georgia Tech McCamish Pavilion, completed in 2012 is a popular basketball arena with a capacity of 8600 spectators. Built in place of the Alexander Memorial Coliseum, it boasts the latest technology and state of the art facilities including chair-back seating and theatrical lighting that ensure a comfortable match experience. The home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men and women's basketball teams, it sees a huge footfall of the local crowd, cheering the teams through the tournament.