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A Chastain Park Gem


A summertime staple, the Chastain Park Amphitheatre is an Atlanta gem that draws top musical acts. Music fans love the setting, where they can wine and dine in a relaxed, lively atmosphere.

Troy Chastain, Fulton County Commissioner, brought the 6,000-seat amphitheater to life in 1944 while developing the North Fulton Park. It was later renamed Chastain Park in his honor following his death two years later. The venue eventually hosted 30,000+ visitors a year.

Numerous performers of different genres such as Stevie Wonder, Steve Martin, String Cheese Incident, Pat Benatar and John Legend have graced the stage.

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