NORTH CHARLESTON COLISEUM
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North Charleston Coliseum TicketsThe North Charleston Coliseum is part of a complex that includes the Charleston Area Convention Center and the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. The city of North Charleston owns the complex, and the SMG Corporation provides management services. The Coliseum opened in 1993 to host its first event: the World Cup Figure Skating Champions ice skating exhibition. It was attended by a capacity crowd, and the following night, a riveting concert by country rock star Alan Jackson performed a second sellout show. North Charleston Coliseum events include a variety of shows from concerts to sporting events. The facility serves as the venue for non-conference basketball games for Charleston Southern University and has hosted concerts by top performers such as Hootie and the Blowfish. Other North Charleston Coliseum events include comedy and variety shows such as Tyler Perry's Madea Farewell Tour. Grab your North Charleston Coliseum tickets at StubHub.
What is the North Charleston Coliseum's seating capacity?The multi-purpose venue can seat 13,000 guests.
Is the North Charleston Coliseum accessible by public transportation?The Charleston Area Regional Transit Authority or CARTA's Bus No. ll has several stops to get you there. Stops are at Montague Ave. / Calvin St., International Blvd / Darius Rucker Blvd., International Blvd. / Centre Pointe Dr., and International Blvd. / I-526 entrance. If you're coming in from a long distance, the Coliseum is located along the Charleston International Airport access road.
Is there on-site parking?Yes, ample parking is located around the complex's campus. Parking attendants are available to help you find the most convenient parking space available, and the charge is $10 per car.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are sold along with snacks. Outside food and beverages are not permitted.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?Downtown Charleston's Historic District is a 20-minute drive south of North Charleston. It's a great place to visit featuring specialty tours, restaurants and plenty of fun.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?Children are welcome at all events, and those 2 years old and under are admitted free of charge if they can sit on your lap. For concerts and comedy, use your own discretion for noise and language.
Is the North Charleston Coliseum a wheelchair-friendly facility?Yes, the Coliseum accommodates guests in wheelchairs or those that have limited mobility, are visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing. Parking spaces are provided on a first-come-first-serve basis at no extra charge. Wheelchair platforms are dispersed throughout the Coliseum.
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