The Tabernacle is a venue, that was founded by Len G. Broughton in 1910, located on 152 Luckie Street in downtown Atlanta. Majority of people who come to visit the tabernacle, go to attend concerts. When I visited the area on a day there wasn’t a scheduled performance, there wasn’t hundreds of people waiting in line or finding a place to go eat like Ted’s Montana Grill located on the corner of Luckie St. and Ted Turner Dr.; there were mainly pedestrians going about their day. I saw multiple groups of people in business attire walking up and down the sidewalk; men were wearing khaki and black slacks, button ups with pastel colors and black blazers, while the women were wearing rose colored blouses and button ups with closed toe black dress shoes. Some of the other pedestrians seen were people with black camera bags hanging around their necks. These people paid close attention to their surroundings taking it all in as if it were their first time here, while doing this they seemed to be certain they still knew where they were going while others looked as if they were just trying to figure out where to go next. After a few minutes more pedestrians who had Georgia State lanyards hanging from their belongings were passing by the Tabernacle. These college students wore floral and geometric designs on navy blue sheer airy flannels and button ups. A few men wore light blue and mint short sleeved polo’s with dark blue ripped jeans. Most of the people seen were wearing the shoe brands of Adidas and Vans that were colored black and grey to complete their outfit. While there were the people who were business casual or just casual and comfy, there were the few amount of people who passed by wearing clothes that looked worn down and slightly dirty whether it was their faded blue jeans, black t-shirt with an occasional long sleeve white shirt underneath, it was good enough to make it by having clothes on their back. Whether you were a person who was working at a business setting on their lunch break, just a fellow student, or even a person without much to their name, you could be seen passing by the tabernacle on your own or conversing with others in a group.