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About the Macon City Auditorium

Completed in 1925, the Macon City Auditorium is nestled in the historic district of downtown Macon and is a landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

The monumental auditorium seats 2,700, and its copper dome is reportedly the largest in the world. Adding to its splendor and stately architecture is the Doric limestone colonnade surrounding three sides of the building at the balcony level.

Over the stage inside, you’ll see a breathtaking mural by Don Carlos Dubois and Wilbur Kurtz that depicts Macon’s history from Hernando DeSoto’s 1540 visit to World War I.

Today, this historic stage sees hundreds of big-name entertainers performing for thousands of fans at some of the most successful concerts and events in the region.

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Clear Bag Policy and Other Information

For your safety, the Macon City Auditorium has a clear bag policy and prohibits additional items from our premises. For a complete list of what we do and do not allow in our venue, please read our A-Z Guide.

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