Municipal Auditorium (Columbus, Georgia)

Municipal Auditorium (Columbus, Georgia)

The Municipal Auditorium was a 3,916-seat multi-purpose arena in Columbus, Georgia, USA. It was opened in 1955 and closed in 1996, when the Columbus Civic Center opened. It hosted local sporting events and concerts.

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