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Georgia Theatre Co. announces Riverwatch 14

Oct 14, 2013

Georgia Theatre Company announced plans for a new, multi-million-dollar theatre complex in Augusta, GA: Riverwatch 14 Cinemas. Located in The Village at Riverwatch near the intersection of I-20 and Riverwatch Parkway, the theatre will feature 14 auditoriums, each with stadium seating, wide-arc screens, Dolby Digital sound and Christie digital projection. The complex will include a four-story-high, Georgia Theatre Xtreme (GTX) auditorium equipped with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound. In-theatre dining will also be available in multiple auditoriums. Due to open in fall 2014, Riverwatch 14 will be the first theatre in the Augusta area to house a full-service restaurant.


Georgia Theatre Co. announces Riverwatch 14

Oct 14, 2013

Georgia Theatre Company announced plans for a new, multi-million-dollar theatre complex in Augusta, GA: Riverwatch 14 Cinemas. Located in The Village at Riverwatch near the intersection of I-20 and Riverwatch Parkway, the theatre will feature 14 auditoriums, each with stadium seating, wide-arc screens, Dolby Digital sound and Christie digital projection. The complex will include a four-story-high, Georgia Theatre Xtreme (GTX) auditorium equipped with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound. In-theatre dining will also be available in multiple auditoriums. Due to open in fall 2014, Riverwatch 14 will be the first theatre in the Augusta area to house a full-service restaurant.

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