Known as The Gwinnett Civic and Cultural Center when it opened in 1992, Gwinnett Center changed its name after The Arena and Grand Ballroom opened in 2002 and 2003. It was one of the projects built with funds from a four-year sales tax approved by voters in 1988. SMG, a national arena and convention center management company, manages the facilities. In August of 2015, the Center secured a naming agreement with Infinite Energy.
Infinite Energy Center has four major areas:
Infinite Energy Arena (formerlyThe Arena at Gwinnett Center), a 13,000-seat, state-of-the-art facility, is home to the Atlanta Gladiators, an ECHL hockey team and the Georgia Swarm, a NLL lacrosse team. Perfect for events from Broadway shows and concerts to sports events, the Arena can handle it all.
Infinite Energy Forum (formerly Gwinnett Convention Center) offers a 50,000-square-foot Exhibit Hall and 23 versatile meeting rooms that can be configured for events from two to 1,000 attendees.
The "five-star" Grand Ballroom is the crowning touch for the Forum. The 21,600-square-foot Grand Ballroom also meets the demand for additional exhibit and breakout space.
Infinite Energy Theater (formerly Gwinnett Performing Arts Center) features a 702-seat theatre with excellent visibility and acoustics from anywhere in the house.
Infinite Energy Center offers free on-site parking in a beautifully landscaped environment....
Infinite Energy Center Links
Infinite Energy Center website: www.InfiniteEnergyCenter.com
Infinite Energy Center:
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Toll Free: 1.800.224.6422