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Amphitheatre Lease Information

User Group Rates

Civic/Non-Profit Rate: A rate applied to non-profit corporations (501c3); charitable and civic organizations; arts groups; churches; schools; individuals; etc. Lessees who are not non-profit may qualify for a civic rate if at least 60% of the profit made is given to a legitimate charity.

Commercial Rate: A rate applied to any individual or group whose primary objective is the making of a profit.

Corporate Rate: A rate applied to commercial Lessees for non-revenue producing events when no sales are made; orders taken; tickets sold; or admission charged.

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Insurance, Security, & Food Service

Insurance Requirements

Commercial Lessees and Lessees charging admission; taking orders or selling merchandise; distributing food or alcohol; or events with a higher risk factor must agree to carry comprehensive liability insurance in a company authorized to do business in the State of Georgia. Minimum insurance coverage is required as follows: $500,000 bodily injury to any one person; $1,000,000 for bodily injury from any one accident; and $100,000 for property damage for any one accident. Coverage must also protect Lessee and show Cobb County Government and as an additional insured during the period of the event.

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Amphitheatre Use Guidelines

This document represents amphitheatre use guidelines only. Ultimate use of the amphitheatre shall be governed by the lease agreement executed by Lessor and Lessee.

Cobb County reserves the right, at any time, to order removed any persons, animals, furniture, fixtures, wiring, exhibits or other items, and to terminate the lease agreement without notice or liability.

Lessee accepts the facility in good order and agrees to return it to the Lessor in the same condition, normal wear accepted. The Lessee will be liable for any and all damages caused through its own action or the acts of any of its employees, agents or anyone visiting the building upon the invitation of the Lessee, as well as damages caused to the building.

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Amphitheatre Rates & Specifications

Civic Rate

8am - Midnight
$200 / hour, 6 hour minimum
$70 / hour move in/out rate
$100 / hour rehearsal rate

School Performance Rate

6-hour increment ($850/day)
(Call 770-819-2943 for Cobb County Public School's Rate)

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Amphitheatre Technical Policy

If the show is a “walk-in” (podium type events where nothing is hung or moved and basic “as-is” lighting is used) or if the Lessee provides a full stage and running crew, there will be the need for only one technician on site.

Events needing special lighting or audio set-ups, hanging of drops, moving of the soft goods (i.e. curtains, legs, etc.) will need additional technicians.

Only authorized technicians will operate lights, sound, rigging or stage equipment in the theater. The use of any apparatus to fly, hang, rig, etc. a performer must be pre-approved by management and the technical director.

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Amphitheatre Safety Requirements

All capacity limits will be enforced. The Lessee must not sell tickets in excess of amphitheatre capacity. The Lessor reserves the rights to monitor the attendance and to limit the admission, should the amphitheatre reach capacity. Sidewalks, passageways, halls, stairways, seating areas or exits may not be obstructed by any object or person.

No person will be allowed to bring in or keep anything that may create a fire hazard or be detrimental to the fire protection of the building. All decorative material must be flame proof and only use of water-based, non-flammable paint is allowed in set preparation. Open flames of any type, i.e. candles, grilles, flashpots, etc. are not allowed except in designated areas and pre-approved by amphitheatre manager.

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Amphitheatre Map & ADA Compliance

The Cobb County Board of Commissioners complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Public Law 101-336 (ADA), which prohibits discrimination on the basis of a disability, be denied the benefits of Cobb County services, programs, activities, or employment with Cobb County. If you have a specific physical or service accessibility need, please make the staff aware of what you need so that we can reasonably accommodate you. For further information or alternate formats of this notice, please contact the Cobb County Government ADA Coordinator: 770-528-2151 (Voice) 770-528-1103 (TDD)

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