Thursday, July 28, 2011

ATLANTApix: Stairway to Tara

Stairs at The Tabernacle
Stairs at The Tabernacle
The Tabernacle is one of the coolest, and most colorful, music venues in all of Atlanta...even the stairwells are painted so funky (photo), you don't know if you're in a music hall or an art gallery.

Once a church, now a concert venue, The Tabernacle also features a chandelier that once hung in the Lowes Grand Theater where Gone With the Wind premiered in 1939! How cool is that? And that's a little known fact, so tell all your friends.

The last time I was at The Tabernacle, when I snapped this photo (actually my first time there), was to see Margaret Cho...what a fun concert!

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2 comments:

Terry said...

Never been, more pictures please! Still, it's hard to top a giant truck.

Travis S. Taylor said...

You're right, Terry...the giant "Tonka" truck was really exciting to see. I'd go back to Tellus Science Museum just to that single display!

The Tabernacle is a really cool music venue. Keep an eye on their website for a performer that interests you and get tickets. That's the best way to experience it, I think.