Piedmont Bank and Kennesaw’s Depot Park Amphitheater Acquire Naming Rights Together

By selling the name rights to its new amphitheater, Kennesaw, a lively city known for its dedication to community development, has taken a big step toward improving its culture scene. After a clear vote by the City Council, the $6 million amphitheater that will be built in downtown’s Depot Park will now be called “The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater.”

By signing the contract, Piedmont Bank got the right to name the street for three years, and in exchange, the city got $75,000. Piedmont Bank can connect its name with Kennesaw’s booming arts and culture scene through this partnership, which also gives the bank much-needed financial support.

With room for up to 3,000 people on the grass yard and back-of-house area, the amphitheater itself promises to be a centre of community events. Central to its design is a large stage that is 50 feet by 42 feet and can be used for a wide range of events, such as musical acts, plays, city fairs, and more.

The transformative project is the last part of a larger attempt to improve Depot Park that has been going on for a long time. The addition of a playground, walking path, lunch area, and open play field has made the area more active and welcoming for both locals and tourists.

Funded entirely by Special Purpose Local Option Sales Taxes (SPLOST), the amphitheater is proof of Kennesaw’s careful money management and unwavering commitment to investing in the community. As the city’s official ribbon-cutting countdown shows, excitement for the big opening on June 14 keeps growing, even though work isn’t supposed to end until February 2024.

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Before Kennesaw opens its newest cultural attraction, The Piedmont Bank Amphitheater, people are looking forward to all the events and activities that will happen inside. With exciting city events and captivating musical acts, this state-of-the-art venue will continue to be a lively center for artistic expression and community involvement for many years to come.

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