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Red Clay Music Foundry


This 260-seat theater hosts a variety of musical acts. Acoustic music and singer/songwriter material is the venue's forte, but the format is open, and the emphasis is always on hosting an immersive, real-world musical experience.
The Arena at Gwinnett Center


The Arena at Gwinnett Center stands at the heart of an 80-acre lakefront campus designed to host various events such as concerts, performances, meetings, trade shows, conventions, and more. The 13,000-seat arena has featured everything from NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, to performances by Lady Gaga, Nine Inch Nails, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael Bublé, and others.
Hudgens Center for the Arts


The Hudgens Center is known to Duluth residents as part of the sprawling Gwinnett Center, a multipurpose complex running along an otherwise undistinguished stretch of suburban asphalt just outside I-285. It's also home to the Hudgens Prize, an irregularly awarded $50,000 cash prize for a single Georgia artist.


In 1998, a group of five ladies, life-long friends and Duluth residents formed DreamKeepers, Inc. and purchased the Payne-Corley House, transforming it into a magical destination for weddings and special events. The ladies personally managed the facility until October 2004 when they hired a professional hospitality management company, Sage House Group, Inc., to oversee operation of the Payne-Corley House.
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