The Ameris Bank Amphitheatre at Encore Park is a 7,000 seat outdoor venue hosting a variety of performances including headline concert tours, orchestral performances, and other types of theatrical productions. The covered area includes 4,750 fixed, stadium style seats, 46 box suites, and 2,058 removable seats. An additional 5,000 patrons can be seated outside on a lawn area surrounded by two plazas. Each plaza has a large food preparation building and seven food and beverage kiosks. Backstage areas of the amphitheatre include six guest artist dressing rooms, two large group dressing rooms, a greenroom, an orchestra lounge, a VIP area, and meet-and-greet rooms. Production and tour offices, crew facilities, and storage and service areas are also located on-site, as well as two restroom buildings. Approximately thirty-two acres are dedicated parking lots accommodating 2,600 vehicles.
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