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An entertainment centre is a venue similar to a theatre in that it hosts concerts by musical artists or comedians and such. Entertainment centres usually range up to around 30,000 people. Many entertainment centres usually have small snack stands in which people can buy food and drinks. In some entertainment centers, such as the gaylord entertainment center in Nashville Tennessee, sports events are held.




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