Ballrooms Auditoriums etc

Unique Spaces
For your keynote speakers, award ceremonies, live performances and board meetings, the Georgia World Congress Center has unique spaces for special events.

:: Ballroom

Thomas Murphy Ballroom - Building BThomas Murphy
  • 33,000 square feet
  • 2,560 for dinner, 4,500 for theater
  • 2,280-square-foot stage
  • Galleria pre-event space
  • Divides into three sections
  • Dressing rooms and VIP private access
Georgia Ballroom - Building CGeorgia Ballroom
  • 25,722 square feet
  • 2,010 for dinner, 3,680 for theater
  • 1,800-square-foot stage
  • Galleria pre-event space
  • Fully theatrical lighting and sound
  • Outdoor balcony overlooking the West Plaza and Georgia Dome
  • Divides into three rooms
  • Dressing rooms and VIP private entrance

:: Auditorium

Sidney Marcus Auditorium - Building A Sidney Marcus Auditorium
  • 1,726 seats
  • Two-level audience
  • 3,445-square-foot stage
  • Full-stage lighting and audio
  • VIP lounge and facilities
C100 Auditoriums - Building CAuditoriums
  • C101 - seats 396
  • C102 - seats 225
  • Fixed projection screens with remote AV operation
  • Comfortably inclined seating ensures a good view for all
  • Built-in stages

:: Boardroom

Executive Boardroom - Building BExecutive Boardroom
  • Seats 34 at table, 20 in side chairs
  • Table connections for power, broadband and AV
  • Mutable low-profile microphones
  • 42" plasma TV in the reception area can transmit boardroom video
  • Phone hybrid delivers teleconference through speakers
  • Integrated lighting, drapery, projector and screen controls
  • Mix-minus (balanced) sound system throughout the room

:: Georgia Dome

Georgia Dome
  • World's largest cable-supported domed stadium
  • 102,000 square foot floor
  • Bowl seating configurations from 20,000 to 80,000
  • Floor seating configurations from 4,000 to 9,000
  • Owners Club
  • Club Lounges
  • In-Zone Restaurant
  • Press Box
  • Five meeting rooms

:: Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park
  • Lasting legacy to 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta
  • Located between Georgia World Congress Center and downtown hotel district
  • 21 acres of lush landscaping
  • 1,200-seat amphitheater
  • Fountain of Rings with built-in sound system
  • Six acre Great Lawn perfect for receptions, fireworks displays, concerts and galas
  • Multiple monuments, fountains and attractions