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The Different Sporting Events Hosted by Georgia Dome

29 Mar

The Georgia dome is one of the most popular recreational places to spend time with friends and families. Located at the heart of Atlanta, Georgia just between downtown east and west of Vine City, the Georgia dome is known to hosts wonderful events and conventions that tourists and kinfolks can enjoy. If you’re planning for your next vacation and recreational activities to do, you might want to check out what the Georgia dome has in store for you since the place is readily accessible by rail and charter bus rental.

The Georgia dome’s construction was completed in 1992 and is known to be one of the most largest state-finance construction project, garnering a total of $214 million USD. It has the capacity to house 71, 228 for football, 53,000 for basketball and 75,000 seat capacity for concerts. The dome also features high-end definition boards and LED technology. The dome is accessible by rail, taxi and with the use of Atlanta Charter Bus, and some of the popular events and conventions you can check out at the dome are:

Football The dome is the definite home of the National Football League’s (NFL) Atlanta Falcons and the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division (NCAA) of the Georgia State Panther. Football is considered to be one of the crazed sports sought after by the residents. On January 2, 2006, the Georgia Bulldog was played on the dome due to the damaged brought by Hurricane Katrina to the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. Tourists and fanatics were able to watch the incredible game because the Charter Bus Atlanta has provided them easy access and transport to the game.

Olympics The Georgia dome also hosted the late 1996 Summer Olympics, some of which are basketball competitions, gymnastics and handball. Athletes were given provisions and Atlanta Charter Bus Rental transport to be of assistance to them during their stay.

Wrestling The dome also hosted entertainment wrestling, some of which are the WCW Monday Nitro, WWE Wrestle-mania and the infamous WWE Raw Fingerpoke of Doom in January 4, 1999. Tourists and avid fanatics were able to go there via Charter Bus Rental Atlanta has and other forms of vehicle.

Via: Elite Tours of Atlanta

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