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Philips Arena, named for founding partner Philips Electronics and home of the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers, NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and WNBA's Atlanta Dream, has hosted many top tours and events including: U2, Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce...more
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The name has change, but the atmosphere is still here. The Atlanta Hawks of the NBA have its nest in this magnificent stadium. Although the Atlanta Hawks have not been very competitive in the last few years, fans still show and scream and chant their...More
Very nice new venue. There is ample parking nearby for $20. Marta is also a good option but I parked on the street at $2 hour and walked to the arena. The staff was very helpful. Kim Armatrong is the best greeter at the arena....More
We attended an Aerosmith Concert here entering through the CNN Center after a walk in th Olympic Park...Great location with a short walk to many sites, eateries and breweries...
The arena was clean, well staffed and the acoustics were amazing.
Went to a Hawks game vs. Orlando. The Hawks aren't doing so well, but the game was lots of fun. Comfy seats, good sight-lines, decent food choices. Staff was friendly. There are a fair number of things to do nearby (and places to eat). Atlanta...More
We had a great time seeing the Harlem Globetrotters. Lots of laughs and cool basketball tricks, and a host of laughs for us all. Great group of people and fun to see these guys.
About the Arena - it was clean and they've upped their...More
Recently spent over $200 for a ticket to see Justin Timberlake at the State Farm Arena with my girlfriends. Sadly, we had seats in the nosebleed section, which we knew going into it. However, we fully expected there to be screens so we could better...More
Just attended Justin Timberlake concert. The guy checking tickets was super nice. He directed us to our seats, he remembered us as we had to come and go for drinks/restroom, etc. He even offered to take pics of our party. When a beer got spilled...More
Depends on how the stage is set up for the concert you are attending. For an inexpensive experience I suggest an upper level, but try to get the seats closest to the stage. You want to be at a slight angle so you can see... More
Depends on how the stage is set up for the concert you are attending. For an inexpensive experience I suggest an upper level, but try to get the seats closest to the stage. You want to be at a slight angle so you can see everything going on too. We had 200-level seats for the Fluffy show this past weekend and they were better than some of the floor seats.