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Georgia Mountains Center is a multi-purpose facility located just off the square in downtown Gainesville, Georgia. It was built in 1980 by the City of Gainesville, which continues to operate it.
The Mountains Center features an eighteen thousand square foot arena capable of seating up to 2,500 people. The arena has a 24' ceiling height and balcony seating along two walls. In the past it has hosted trade shows, conventions and several televised WCW matches among other social, business and sporting events.
In addition to box office and food service facilities, the Georgia Mountains Center also includes a 300-seat theater with a 16-foot proscenium and 36' by 27' stage with full fly loft and orchestra pit. Three meeting rooms of various sizes are also located within the center, and can seat up to 375 people when utilized together.
- NWA-WCW House Show - March 28, 1989.
- Georgia Mountains Center on Wikipedia