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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Venue Type Theater
Neighborhood Cumberland
Hours Box Office: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday; closed on Sundays.
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy., Atlanta, GA, 30386
(770) 916-2800

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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy.
Atlanta, GA 30386
(770) 916-2800
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Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg
She doesn't mince words. She crosses race, gender, and demographic boundaries as if they didn't even exist; seems to do and say whatever is on her mind; and looks like she's having fun while doing it. Winner of Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe, People's Choice, Nickelodeon, and NAACP Awards -- and even a few lighthearted Razzies -- this comic genius/superstar has had a busier career in the last two decades than most people can claim in a lifetime....
Buddy Guy
Buddy Guy
Contender for the title of greatest blues guitarist ever, with a fiery, screechy, super-quick technique that influenced countless followers. ~ Rovi
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Born and reared in Shreveport, Louisiana, guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd must have had the blues in his blood, because he was playing at the professional level at a remarkably young age. When he was 13, an invitation from New Orleans bluesman Brian Lee to play on stage proved a turning point....
Jonny Lang
Jonny Lang
Blues guitar prodigy who began his career at age 13. ~ Rovi
The Head And The Heart
The Head And The Heart
Formed in Seattle by a group of northwestern transplants, the Head and the Heart is an indie folk band whose influences include Americana, country-rock, and classic Beatlesque pop. The lineup came together in 2009, when songwriters Jonathan Russell and Josiah Johnson met at an open mic event at Seattle's Conor Byrne Pub....
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(no rating) Jan. 27, 2014 - accessAtlanta - Melissa Ruggieri, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Philips Arena wasn’t the only Atlanta outlet making an impression on Pollstar magazine’s annual venue rankings.

The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre ranked 14th in the United States among theaters, which marked a 113 percent increase in ticket sales from 2012’s numbers. The venue also jumped to 20th place in the worldwide rankings (up from 59th in 2012), with ticket sales of 222,120.

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(no rating) May 10, 2012 - raceama
Great place if you are old!!

(I am over 50)
Not a good venue for a concert (have not visited for anything else) unless you like to just sit there. The rows of seats do not have a break. So people in the middle are in trouble if they "have to go". The lines for concessions were VERY long!! As soon as Bonnie Raitt started all of the concessions closed. I couldn't believe it. Thats how you make a profit! This place is run just like a government complex not like a business. (try and find a trash can) Front seats are right on the stage. No "standing area" or a pit for people that do not like the library order of the place.
Easy parking all around the complex, nice quality of sound, seats have a good view, lots of place to eat before, either from Cobb Pkwy to Powers Ferry to Vinings, easy in and out to the Hwy.

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