A blurb in the March 15th, 1956 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution read: "Teen-Agers Agog At Presley Show - Teen-aged Atlantans turned out en masse to applaud Elvis Presley, semihillbilly singing sensation, who appeared on stage at the Fox Theater during matinee and evening shows Wednesday. Turnaway throngs, predominantly "rock and roll" fans, are expected again Thursday, the final day here for the RCA-Victor recording artist." March 14th and 15th, 1956,
Travel to Atlanta is more than just the Downtown attractions area. There are lots of unique neighborhoods tucked away within the city. Take a look at these 'locals only' home town tips from @ExploreGeorgia
The Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia is the second-tallest all-hotel skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View, is a popular rotating eatery located at the top of the Peachtree Plaza. The 35-year-old dining establishment is a destination for tourists because of its 360-degree view of Atlanta.
Pittypat’s Porch, located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, was named after Scarlett O’Hara’s aunt in the film, “Gone with the Wind”. The restaurant, which has been open since 1967, is an Atlanta Tradition.