Music Venue, Concert Hall
152 Luckie St NW (btw Spring St NW & Andrew Young International Blvd)
Atlanta, GA 30303
- The Tabernacle was a baptist church up until 1994, when it was sold to use as a entertainment venue for the 1996 Olympics. Thats some soul music!
- Visit Teds Montana Grill across the street for a nibble before a show! For the burger lovers, try the Bison Burger! Team Live Nation
- The restored former church hosted Johnny Cash, James Brown, and the Blues Brothers during the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996.
- If you feel like sitting and need some exercise, keep walking upstairs until you can't go any higher. Great views.
- Best venue in Atlanta for a. show.
- A hundred years ago it was a church and now it's a live-music venue. When Goodie Mob did a reunion concert, they played it there.
- Get in the Priority Line if you have a Priority Ticket.
- dan cho band was the best band I've ever seen here.
- Awesome night underway #ona13 with #cronkitehhh Humphrey Fellows at opening reception with Ruby Velle and Soulphonics
- Bring a flask...one can of beer = $8. Two drinks = $40
- There's always a white guy standing outside trying to sell you some tickets with fake VIP necklaces on. The tickets are legit but the VIP passes are bullsh*t.
- The Tabernacle is a 2600 capacity, 4 story, 100 year old converted church that now features some of the bigger metal shows.
- Great views from every level. Sound system is world class
- Great venue for concerts!
- The new Atlanta Streetcar stops here -- connect at the Peachtree Center MARTA station. Or walk from Peachtree Center or the Dome station.
- My favorite concert venue in Atlanta!
- go to the bathroom before coming here!
- Now a live music and entertainment venue, The Tabernacle was once home to a 4,000-person Baptist congregation and the 3-bed Tabernacle Infirmary.
- I like to stand just in front of the sound board but then they moved in upstairs. Floor still has the est sound. One of the best venues in town overall.