The Tabernacle
Atlanta, GA

The Tabernacle building has a rich & storied history. Opened in 1910 as The Broughton Tabernacle; Dr. Leonard Gaston Broughton was the pastor and a physician. Dr. Broughton started the Georgia Baptist Medical Center and nursing school, which began as the Tabernacle infirmary with three beds. The Third Baptist Church was an active congregation with over 4000 members. The congregation relocated during the mid eighties and the building lay vacant until the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, when it was converted into a House of Blues club.

After the Olympics, the building continued to operate as a music venue under a variety of different owners. The Tabernacle is currently operated by Live Nation.

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Visit Ted’s Montana Grill across the street for a nibble before a show! For the burger lovers, try the Bison Burger! – Team Live Nation

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Best venue in Atlanta for a. show.


The Tabernacle was a baptist church up until 1994, when it was sold to use as a entertainment venue for the 1996 Olympics. Thats some soul music!


In the main room, head to the front of the right or left bar, order your first drink, and then turn around and watch your show from right there.


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