McCamish Pavilion

McCamish Pavilion is named for Hank McCamish, a long-time insurance executive in the Atlanta area whose family provided the lead gift for the $50 million facility. The arena footprint expanded by about 30,000 square feet over that of Alexander Memorial Coliseum, and the former circular seating bowl was demolished and replaced with a rectangular bowl along with an upper deck.

Concession stands offer a variety of food and beverages. No outside food or drink products are permitted inside the facility. (All locations and products are subject to change. Concession stands open for service will vary by event.) Cash, credit cards and Buzzcard Funds are accepted forms of payment. Mobile concession kiosks may be cash only. Hours of operation for concession sales within the arena will vary, depending upon the time events are scheduled.