The Bon Secours Wellness Arena is a modern sports center located near Interstate 385 and the center of Greenville, South Carolina. The arena opened its doors to the public on September 3, 1998, as a modern replacement of the Greenville Memorial Auditorium that had been built in 1958. The Memorial Auditorium hosted famous musicians like James Brown and Johnny Cash, and it was the venue where Lynyrd Skynyrd last performed before band members Ronnie Van Zant and the Gaines brothers were killed in an airplane crash. Consistently ranked among the top 50 venues in the world by the entertainment industry, over 400,000 visitors attend sports and entertainment events at the arena each year. The Bon Secours Wellness Arena hosts sports events like hockey and professional wrestling; concerts performed by Bruce Springsteen, Prince, and others; and family shows like the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The arena is also the home of the Greenville Swamp Rabbits, who won the Kelly Cup in 2002. Get your seats for the latest events at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena at StubHub.
What is the Bon Secours Wellness Arena seating capacity?
The arena can seat approximately 19,000 individuals depending on the event.
Where are the best Bon Secours Wellness Arena seats located?
The arena has 30 luxury suites that can seat between 16 to 24 people, and there are also more than 800 club seats that provide an excellent view of events.
Is there on-site parking?
Guests can park at one of three parking areas. The premium seat parking lot provides space for luxury suite and club seat ticket holders as well as those who need accessibility parking. A limited number of free parking spaces are available near the arena, and you can also park in the lower level of the Church Street parking garage.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings at the venue?
Concessions are provided during events all along the arena concourse. A variety of foods are available, including pizza, chicken tenders, hot dogs, popcorn and other specialty items.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
Both restaurants and parks are located in the area around the arena. McPherson Park across the street features walking trails, and a restaurant district a few blocks to the west serves traditional American and ethnic cuisine ranging from subs to sushi.
Is the Bon Secours Wellness Arena a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Yes. The arena has accessible entrances, including a dedicated entrance for wheelchair accessibility. Accessible seating is provided in sections 116B, 105B and 111B. Elevators as well as accessible restrooms are provided for guests with disabilities.Back to Top
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