In response to Huntsville’s burgeoning music scene, City officials tabbed Matheny Goldmon Architecture + Interiors to helm a Design Team in bringing forth a vision of a significant amphitheater concert and entertainment venue.
Matheny Goldmon (Architect of Record) teamed with David M. Schwarz Architects (Design Architect) to provide a design for an epic, classical venue reminiscent of the great theaters and colosseums of antiquity. The project is located within a new city park adjacent to Mid-City, a new multi-use development in west Huntsville. This 8,100-capacity amphitheater was designed to become a popular destination for patrons and artists alike, drawing diverse visitors to the area and a top tier of musical artists who prefer to perform in the most noteworthy concert venues around the world.
Architect of Record
Convention / Entertainment
David M. Schwarz Architects, Design Architect
Huntsville Venue Group
EMC Structural Engineers
The EE Group
Domingo Gonzalez Associates
The Talaske Group
In working closely with the facility’s operator, Huntsville Venue Group, the Design Team worked tirelessly to provide the greatest possible outdoor concert experience to the Huntsville community, those who visit from elsewhere, and the performing artists who grace the stage.
The Design Team worked tirelessly to provide the greatest possible outdoor concert experience to the Huntsville community, those who visit from elsewhere, and the performing artists who grace the stage.