Georgia World Congress Center and Georgia Dome Get Ready for Busy Weekend

(Atlanta—February 21, 2007) Look forward to another busy weekend downtown as the Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Dome and surrounding areas host several large events including the Atlanta International Motorcycle Show, the Real Estate Wealth Expo and Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP / Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series.

Atlanta International Motorcycle Show will be at the Georgia World Congress Center Feb. 23-25 in Halls B1-3. Powersports enthusiasts from across the country can see the hottest new motorcycles, custom bikes, ATVs, scooters and more. Admission onsite is $12 for adults, $5 for children 6-11 and free for children five and under. Tickets at the door are cash only. For more information please visit

The Learning Annex Real Estate & Wealth Expo will also be at the Georgia World Congress Center on Feb. 24 & 25 in Halls B4-5. Attendees will learn real estate and business tips from experts. Tickets are on sale at
Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP / Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series action kicks off Saturday with the Pit Party from 12:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Building C of the GWCC. Pit Party passes are available for $10 at the Georgia Dome ticket office. Fans with an event ticket can also come inside the Dome from 12:30 – 5:30 p.m. and watch riders practice and complete all qualifying rounds. Re-entry will be allowed during this time.
Gates open at 5:30 p.m. for the main event and the show begins at 7 p.m. Watch some of the best riders in the world including James Stewart, Chad Reed and Ricky Carmichael soar above the crowd. Come feel the excitement as these stars of Supercross show off their best moves, most breathtaking stunts and battle it out for the top spot. Tickets are available at the Georgia Dome Box Office, select participating Yamaha Dealers, or charge by phone at 404-249-6400. Ticket cost $10-45. For more information please visit or call 404.223.8428.
In addition to these public events, the Georgia World Congress Center is also hosting a private convention, which will bring an additional 5,000 visitors to the campus over the weekend. Across the street, the Atlanta Thrashers will take on Carolina at Philips Arena on Saturday night at 7 p.m. On Sunday, the Atlanta Hawks play Phoenix at 6 p.m. For more information please visit

With thousands of attendees expected downtown this weekend, officials are encouraging everyone to take MARTA. To “Make it a Breeze” fans should purchase two one-way Breeze tickets at the beginning of their trip to avoid long lines after events. The Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station serves the Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Dome and Centennial Olympic Park. Access is also available from Peachtree Center and Vine City stations. Fare is just $1.75 each way. With so much going on this is sure to be a fun weekend downtown.
A lasting legacy of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park has become a performing-arts venue, community gathering-space and an anchor for downtown development. The Georgia World Congress Center Authority operates the 21-acre Park, as well as the Georgia Dome and Georgia World Congress Center. The three state-owned facilities are one of the largest combined sports, entertainment and convention center facilities in the world.