ATLANTA – (February 18, 2015) The Georgia World Congress Center Authority will host more than 55,000 visitors on campus Sunday, February 21st.
Events taking place include:
Attendees to these events are encouraged to take MARTA, or if driving, purchase parking passes online in advance. With the increased number of campus visitors extra time should be allowed for traveling to and from downtown on Sunday.
Also on Sunday, across the street at Philips Arena, Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance will take place at 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.philipsarena.com.
Buy Parking Passes in Advance
Patrons attending these events are encouraged to buy parking passes online as soon as possible. To purchase advance parking passes, click here.
MARTA provides many free parking options at stations system-wide. The Georgia Dome has two transit stations within walking distance – the Dome/GWCC/ Philips Arena/ CNN Center Station and the Vine City Station. Centennial Olympic Park is also accessible via the Dome/GWCC/ Philips Arena/ CNN Center Station, the Peachtree Center Station, and the Atlanta Streetcar. For complete information on traveling with MARTA, visit itsmarta.com.
Alicia McNease , Senior Communications Specialist, GWCCA [email protected]
About the Georgia World Congress Center Authority
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) campus now includes Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the College Football Hall of Fame, the 3.9 million square foot convention center, the 71,250-seat Georgia Dome, and 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park. Additionally, GWCCA manages operations of the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center. These public facilities represent the largest combined convention, sports, and entertainment destinations in the world.