WELCOME TO NEW ALBANY'S PREMIERE EVENT LOCATION


C amp 106 Event Center is an inviting event space located in historic downtown New Albany, Mississippi. Well known as the former Double Cola bottling plant, this extraordinary building has been the host of multiple businesses throughout the years. In 2017, restoration began to reveal some of its original charm and character and Camp 106 was born!

Camp 106 Event Center combines industrial elegance while offering a relaxed atmosphere. Our unique space offers high ceilings, exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, ADA compliant bathrooms, on-site media equipment and a furnished prep kitchen for caterers. From wedding receptions to banquets and company business parties to small gatherings, consider us for your next event!

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Common questions about our facility

1How do I get a price list?
We're happy to provide a listing of pricing! Simply fill out the following form to give us some details on your event and submit to receive a personalized price list via email. We look forward to hearing from you!
2Is catering allowed?
At Camp 106, while we do offer well appointed kitchen, you are more than welcome to use a caterer of your choice.
3Is hourly rental available?
We require a minimum of 4 hours rental. Multi-day rentals are definitely available. Please inquire using the following form to receive pricing and discuss your options.
4What about a deposit?
We do require a $150 REFUNDABLE damage deposit which will be refunded within 30 days after the rental date.
5What about Wedding Receptions?
Our wedding reception packages do allow setup time the day prior to the event and allow for 2 full days of rental time.
6Are chairs and tables already set up?
We provide setup for tables and chairs for ALL events, as needed.
7What about insurance?
Event renter’s insurance is required if your event will host more than 100 people and/or serve alcohol.

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FROM WHERE WE WERE


The renovation of the old bottling plant turned out to be quite an effort. We're very proud to bring this piece of New Albany history back to life.
Take a moment to slide between the old and the new for a feel of where we've come through the process.

 
Frontage of Old BuildingCamp 106 Front Profile
 
Previous back wallFinished Back Wall
Sliding door beforeSliding door after