152 Luckie Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
The experience of a concert at The Tabernacle is unrivaled. This historical landmark is Atlanta's must see entertainment complex. Comparable to a great palace, the walls and ceiling are as colorful as the works of art that adorn them.
Guests of The Tabernacle are first greeted by the "Preachers of Rock and Roll," an extensive collection of black and white photography taken of the most seminal musical artists of the 20th Century. Local and regional artists have hand painted original designs in every corner of this distinctive building. Exotic fabrics, elegant antiquities and oriental rugs are contrasted with one of the south's largest collections of outsider art and sculpture.
The Sanctuary is the main performance room of The Tabernacle. There are two deep balconies, both still utilizing their antique, stadium style folding chairs. The floor of The Tabernacle is sloped so whether reserved seating or standing floor concert, no one misses a beat. No matter where a person is in the room, they will always have an incredible view from less than 40 yards away.
North of the City - Take 75/85 Southbound to Exit 249C/Williams St. Follow Williams St. to the end. Take a right on International. Take International to Centennial Olympic Park Blvd, take left. Tabernacle one block up on left.
South of City/Airport - Take 75/85 Northbound to International Blvd. Exit 248C. Follow International Blvd to very end. Turn left on Centennial Olympic Park Blvd. Tabernacle one block up on left. East or West of City - Take Interstate 20 toward Downtown Atlanta. Head North on 75/85 from Interstate 20. Take International Blvd Exit 248C. Follow International to very end. Left on Centennial Olympic Park Blvd. Tabernacle one block up on left.
Buckhead - Take Peachtree N.W. South toward downtown. Take right on International Blvd., follow to end. Left on Centennial Olympic Park Blvd. Tabernacle one block up on left.