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With over 140,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the Macon Centerplex is characterized distinctly for being the Georgia"s largest meeting and entertainment facility outside of metro Atlanta.
It is the multi-purpose facility and has the space to make your event a success. With a capacity of seating from 2,688 to over 9,000, the Macon Centerplex is a home to the Macon Coliseum, Macon Auditorium and Convention Center.
Today, the Macon Centerplex has become a perfect site for large events such as concerts, sporting events, and family and trade shows to name a few.
Featuring the historic Macon City Auditorium, perfect for concerts, plays, large assemblies, banquets and receptions; the exciting Macon Coliseum, perfect for large events such as concerts, sporting events, and family and trade shows; and the Edgar H. Wilson Convention Centre, perfect for your meetings, conventions, trade shows or events; the Macon Centerplex has something in store for everyone!
So if you"re looking for something exciting to enjoy in Macon, the Macon Centerplex is the place you should try out! To-date an array of internationally acclaimed artists has graced the stage of the facility, while world renowned acts have been presented.
Let"s take a bird"s eye view of the Macon Centerplex" significant entity: Macon Auditorium. The history of the Auditorium dates back to 1925, when it opened its doors to public.
Nestled in the historic district of downtown Macon, the Macon Auditorium is not only noted for its atmosphere and amenities, but also the events it has put up for the audience over the years. The facility successfully marked its way to the National Register of Historical Places.
The Macon Auditorium features a monumental assembly hall, the unique copper dome of which is reportedly the largest in the world. To-date, many big entertainers and regular folks marked their ways here with some of the most successful concerts, events and other entertaining acts.
In 1968, the Macon Coliseum was added to the Macon Centerplex, making it an entertaining block in Macon. With the capacity to seat over 9,000, the Macon Coliseum was built in 1968 as the entertainment center for Macon and Middle Georgia"s 30 surrounding counties.
It was the first facility of its size and type in the United States. It quickly garnered attention of the artists and performing arts companies from around the world. Some of the memorable performances presented on its stage include Elvis, The Jacksons, Billy Joel and Reba McEntire. After undergoing significant renovations in 1996, the Macon Coliseum became the perfect site for a variety of events.
The second addition, Macon Coliseum, to Macon Centerplex has numerous assets that make it stand out from other assembly facilities. Events featured here may range from conventions and trade shows to sporting events or any other entertainment event you can imagine.
In 1996, the Macon Centerplex saw a third addition of Edgar H. Wilson Convention Centre. The 102,000 gross sq.ft. Convention Center turned the Centerplex into the Georgia"s largest convention/event facility as well as one of the largest, finest and most versatile in the Southeastern United States.
With all the bells and whistles, this state of-the-art facility is the perfect site for just about any event you might be planning in Macon.
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