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Hours Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm. Box Office Hours are Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm. Saturday and Sunday on Event Days Only.
Parent venue Gwinnett Center

Convention Center at Gwinnett Center

6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy., Duluth, GA, 30097
(770) 813-7500

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Performers Coming to this Venue
Japanese taiko drums have been enthralling audiences for 2000 years- in religious ceremonies, in festivals, for rain and crops, even on the battlefields as soldiers prayed for elusive victory. Under the talented leadership of Takemasa Ishikura, who has influenced the group to play both traditional music as well as composed arrangements, the Matsuriza drum troupe is now a regular at W....
Junko Fujiyama
Junko Fujiyama
Junko Fujiyama is a Japanese singer/songwriter who performs all over the United States. She has worked with several bands( Fujiyama Roll etc.) as the lead singer and has also become a solo performer. She has performed at many cultural events, benefits, music festivals, nightclubs, and anime conventions, such as IKKiCON, Ichibancon, Ohayocon, Tsubasacon, Japan Fest Atlanta, National Cherry Blossom Festival, International Festival of Raleigh, Troika Music Festival, Carrboro Music Festival, Taste of Durham Festival, Meredith College, University of North Carolina, Duke University, Cat's Cradle, Motorco Music Hall, Pour House, The Broad Street Cafe, The Cave, Local 506, Casbah, Pinhook, Kings Barcade, Sadlack's, etc....
Yoshi Amao
Yoshi Amao
This is Mr. Amao’s 3rd year with JapanFest. He is bringing back the audience participated style performance, “Samurai Boot Camp” as it was demanded by overwhelming number of visitors. He is also performing Off-Broadway style Samurai shows at the Performing Art Center....
Candy Miyuki
Candy Miyuki
Candy Miyuki is the world first female “Amezaikushi”, a candy sculpture artist. The origin of candy artistry dates back over 250 years, in the Edo Era. Candy artists were originally the stars of citizen entertainers in street corners and local folk festivals....
Mineko Moreno
Mineko Moreno
Mineko is a co-author of Sushi for Dummies. She will be demonstrating the “Table Manner of Japanese cuisine” which will include “How to hold and use Hashi appropriately” and “How to eat Sushi in the good manner” both on the stage and at the workshops....
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Reviews & Comments
(no rating) Oct 21, 2009 - rilyr
Great Venue - Awful Parking

I have been to three shows there and my experience has been the same each time. The Arena at Gwinnet is a great size (not too big, not too small) and the facilities well designed and appointed. The only problem was parking and parking control at the Area at Gwinnet. I have teenagers and we go to a lot of events around the southeast. I have never seen any venue, large or small, with parking as bad as this place. Downtown Atlanta is much easier. Horrendous planning and routing. Plan on taking an hour to get out of the parking lot and back onto a road.

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