Named one of the best concert venues in all the nation by both Rolling Stone and USA Today, the Tabernacle is a medium-sized concert venue in Atlanta, Georgia. The venue's name comes from the fact that it began its life as an actual church nicknamed "Broughton's Tabernacle" for the pastor who was responsible for its construction in 1911. It remained a church until it became House of Blues in 1996, and then officially became the Tabernacle Concert Venue in 1998. Since then, some of the most famous musical artists in the world have performed there, including Eminem, Guns N Roses, Prince, Adele and The Black Crowes among many others. Conan O'Brien even hosted his show at the venue for a week in April 2013. StubHub is your source for the best Tabernacle tickets for all upcoming shows.
What is the Tabernacle seating capacity?
Tabernacle seating is classified as "mid-sized," and it can seat up to 2,600 people. Additionally, there is a private VIP area known as "The Room" that provides extra seating for those willing to pay for the VIP experience.
What are the VIP features of "The Room"?
The Room has many great VIP features that make Tabernacle events even more fun and exclusive. Patrons visiting The Room have their own access to the building, their own private bathrooms and their own full-service bar stocked with premium brands. Along with an exclusive menu and luxurious couches and chairs, The Room also provides patrons with access to a gorgeous rooftop patio and a live feed of the show.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?
Children are allowed at the Tabernacle, but some of the artists who perform here may not be child-friendly. Use your own discretion when bringing your children to see a show, and always check to make sure the specific artist doesn't have his or her own age restrictions. Also, be aware that children must have their own tickets.
Can I take photos of the shows?
Camera equipment is not allowed at the Tabernacle, but you can bring your cell phone and snap some pictures of most shows, provided you do not use your flash. Multiple flashes going off can really distract a performer. Always be respectful of the performers.
Can I smoke inside the venue?
Both smoking and vaping are strictly prohibited inside the Tabernacle. Also, once you leave the building, you cannot return, so pop on a nicotine patch and chew on some nicotine gum. You don't want to miss anything exciting.Back to Top
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