The fan club pre-sale for Clay’s Tried & True Live! concert begins today, Dec 15, at 10am PT. It ends on Thursday, Dec 16, at 3pm PT. Fan club members need to log in and visit the Appearances page to purchase their tickets.
Located just off I-75, the Cobb Energy Centre is a relatively new and beautiful performing arts venue. The theater opened in 2007 and can seat 2,750 people. The $145 million facility celebrated its grand opening on September 15, 2007 with a concert by Michael Feinstein and Linda Eder.
There are three levels of seating inside the auditorium and it is said that there is not a bad seat in the house. The auditorium, concourse, atrium, and courtyards are modern, elegant, and beautiful to see. There is a tall multi-story glass facade that adorns the front of the complex. This allows natural light to fill the atrium and concourse. Food and beverage service is available, before performances and during intermission, serving some high-end fare including wine.
According to patrons who have attended performances at the Centre, the theater staff is knowledgeable and accommodating. There is Valet parking available right in front of the center for $10 or you can self-park in the parking deck for $6. Some people reported that there is a free parking lot just across the street. It’s a large surface lot located behind Sports Authority, Party City, LA Fitness, and the Embassy Suites. It’s safe and located within short walking distance to the center.
This sounds like a great place to see a concert, especially if it is Clay Aiken. So, get ready to get some great tickets to an amazing concert. Perhaps a pair of tickets would make a great Christmas present. I can’t think of a better present!
accessAtlanta is a website that reports on the events that take place in Atlanta, Georgia. It covers everything from the Atlanta Symphony to the finest restaurants in the area. If you ever are planning a trip to Atlanta, accessAtlanta is a great place to get up to date information.
On December 14th, Shane Harrison from the Music Scene section of accessAtlanta posted about Clay’s appearance in February. In an article titled Hot Tickets, Shane lists about 75 performances that will be in the Atlanta area in the next few months. He chooses Clay to be the featured artist. The article has a wonderful picture of Clay and under the picture says:
“American Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken, one of the show’s most commercially successful artists, will play the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Feb. 16. Tickets go on sale Dec. 17. Photo: Eric Ogden / RCA Music Group.
To visit the article, visit accessAtlanta. If you visit, why not leave a message and let the site know that there is a lot of interest in Clay Aiken.