6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097
Located in Duluth, Georgia, Gwinnett Arena opened its doors on February 16, 2003. Gwinnett Arena Duluth, also known simply as The Arena, is one of three facilities which together form part of the Gwinnett Center (which also includes a Performing Arts Center and a Convention Center). The Gwinnett Arena has a maximum seating capacity of 13,000 while also offering a flexibility which allows it to cater to groups as small as 3,500. The Gwinnett Arena Duluth features 2 party suites, club level seats, a large concourse, 36 corporate suites and a high-end sound system. Despite being on the venue scene for less than a decade, the Gwinnett Arena Duluth has undoubtedly become one of Georgia’s premier multi-use facilities.
The Gwinnett Arena, in conjunction with the Gwinnett Center, boasts a state-of-the-art house reduction system which allows the venue near limitless options when it comes to the kinds of events it can host. Along with sports events and music concerts, the Gwinnett Arena schedule has accommodated many large conventions and tradeshows, as well as more specialized events like graduations, religious gatherings, blood drives and political campaign rallies. Concerts are a particular high-point on the Gwinnett Arena schedule, and the venue is no stranger to music's biggest stars. Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and Kanye West are just a few of those who have graced Duluth's Gwinnett Arena stage in the past.
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