Chastain Park Amphitheatre Takes Naming Rights Sponsor

One of the South’s iconic amphitheatres, Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, will now be known as

Courtesy Live Nation Entertainment
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The financial terms of the deal and the length of multi-year agreement were not disclosed in the announcement.

The 6,900-capacity venue began undergoing renovations in November, and the work is scheduled to be completed by amphitheatre season this year, when it has shows from Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, Harry Connick Jr., Brandi Carlile, and Leon Bridges on the books.

The amphitheatre opened in 1965 and has hosted all kinds of artists over the years and has long been a fixture on Pollstar’s charts. It came in at No. 54 on Pollstar’s 2017 Year End Top 100 Amphitheatres ticket sales chart, with 120,194 tickets reported.

“Adding our name to this great music destination hits a high note for the State Bank,” State Bank CEO Tom Wiley said in a statement. “We’re happy to partner with Chastain Park and Live Nation to be part of the next chapter of Georgia’s rich musical history.”