State Farm Arena
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Atlanta Entertainment and Sports Venue, and Home to Your Atlanta Hawks!
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Great place to catch basketball games during all-star, march madness, playoffs.
Home to the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club, State Farm Arena opens its doors in October 2018 following the 2nd largest renovation in NBA history. Inspired by the fans, State Farm Arena is a next-generation venue focused on experience, service and entertainment. With the NBA’s third-largest…
Very easy direct MARTA train ride from East Lake station, two blocks from Old Church and Art House.
(Formerly Philips Arena if you looked confused) Watch the Hawks or one of the many great concerts hosted here each month!
State Farm Arena is home to the Atlanta Hawks and a premier location for some of the best concerts in the city. Go for a game and stay in the area for a bar, lounge, or restaurant. Only 13 miles away.
State Farm Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia. The arena serves as the home venue for the National Basketball Association's Atlanta Hawks.
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