The Crown Center of Cumberland County has become one of the hottest locations to catch all of the gut-checking
action that minor league hockey has to offer. The facility is part of a larger complex that includes five great facilities
including the coliseum, an expo center, a ballroom, a theatre and an arena. The 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena was constructed
in the mid-90s and has become one of the biggest attractions in North Carolina. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors
flock to the coliseum and the surrounding complex to enjoy performances from top artists, thrilling family shows and intense
matchups between the Fayetteville FireAntz and their fearsome opponents. The arena is also home to the Cape Fear Heroes, which
is an indoor football team with the AIF. The coliseum was honored with the Prime Site Award in the late 1990s, which is a
prestigious award given by only a handful of arenas in the US.
The $55 million facility is home to two high-scoring
teams that draw thousands of fans each year to the coliseum. The FireAntz have won an SPHL championship and a number of playoff
games since their inception, and have become one of the most popular minor league hockey teams in the country. The arena is
also home to the Cape Fear Heroes who have made it to the AIF Championship Game multiple times and even won the game in 2012.
Since then, the both the FireAntz and the Heroes have outscored countless teams and the events center has been the site of
many exciting matchups between the Fayetteville teams and their toughest competition.
Center is home to the Fayetteville FireAntz who has been a top-seeded team in the SPHL for several years. Part of their success
has come from playing in a state-of-the-art facility. The arena has been the site for several playoff games featuring the
FireAntz minor league hockey team, and it continues to be a venue full of excitement and non-stop sports action.
stadium has been the site of numerous chair-swinging battles between some of the biggest stars of TNA Wrestling. In fact,
in 2011, the wrestling company's weekly TNA iMPACT! Event was taped and broadcast in the arena, which was only the second
time in the show's history that it was filmed in a location outside of Universal Studios. The WWE also taped their Tribute
to the Troops show at the events center in 2011.
And the stadium isn't just about sports. It also hosts some of the
most exciting concerts and live musical performances in the country. And with a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system,
you are sure to have a memorable concert experience. Upcoming acts include Jason Aldean, Kenny Loggins and Fantasia. Don't
miss your chance to see these amazing acts live.
This state-of-the-art events center is located
in Fayetteville, NC, which is a large city located in Cumberland County. This picturesque town has a population of more than
200,000 and takes up more than 149,000 square miles. The city's economy relies heavily on the military base, the public school
system and the health system. The town, that is located in the western part of the Coastal Plain region near the Cape Fear
River, is home to more than 374,000 people, making it one of the most populated cities in the state. And because this bustling
city is full of people, it is also full of sports fans just waiting to watch their favorite team battle it out on the ice.
When game time comes, you don't want to be stuck trying to find a parking spot. Finding
a suitable parking location for your car, SUV, truck or RV is crucial to an enjoyable experience at the stadium. There are
several options when it comes to parking near the stadium, all of which are within walking distance of the park. And although
you might have to pay a nominal parking fee, it is worth it.
There are more than 4,300 lighted parking spaces outside
of the Crown Center. There's room for cars, trucks and SUVs, as well as space for nine tractor trailer vehicles. There is
also power, water and waste disposal available. It is suggested that patrons arrive an hour or two before the start of the
event to get a close spot.
Seating is available all around the center of the action, with several sections of general
admission seating as well as luxury seating. There is a different seating configuration for each type of event, but every
seat in the house is a good one. With clear sightlines and an excellent sound and visual system, you won't miss a moment of
Crown Center is located in the thriving city of Fayetteville, North Carolina, which
is one of the most unique cities in the country. In 2008, Fayetteville was named the "World's First Sanctuary for Soldiers
and Their Families." Special services are provided to soldiers and their families within the county lines including free childcare
and jobs for military spouses. Fayetteville's forward-thinking plan earned them a the title of "America's Most Pro-Military
Town" by Time Magazine.