Family Circle Cup Stadium History
Family Circle Cup Stadium opened in 2001 as part of the Family Circle Tennis
Center and has become one of the most popular destinations in all of Charleston, South Carolina. It is home to the largest
court in the complex and annually hosts the Family Circle Cup which is one of the most popular events on the WTA Tour. While
the other three courts are great places to watch a match, Family Circle Cup Stadium is home to the biggest matches of the
event and also is a great place to catch some of your favorite musical acts performing live. StubHub is the place to go for
tickets to all of the hottest events taking place at Family Circle Cup Stadium so get yours today.
Cup Stadium Events
Sure, Family Circle Cup Stadium is best known as the home of the championship matches of the Family
Circle Cup for which it is named, but there are exciting happenings taking place at the fantastic venue throughout the year.
A variety of tennis tournaments are held at the stadium in addition to the Family Circle Cup, but even if tennis is not exactly
your thing you can surely find an exciting concert at the venue that appeals to you. Musical acts like Hootie and the Blowfish,
Austin Mahone, OAR, and more have performed at Family Circle Cup Stadium so be sure to check out the schedule of events to
see what performances you want to catch.
Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina is one
of the biggest cities in the state, and as such has plenty to offer both visitors and residents alike. Visits to the H.L.
Hunley Museum, the Greater Charleston Naval Memorial, and American LaFrance Fire Museum and Educational Center are all a great
way to spend an afternoon for those looking to appreciate local culture. The area is also littered with great parks to visit
including Isle of Palms, Folly Beach, Mount Pleasant, and Kiaweh Beachwalker County Park. With such an abundance of entertainment
opportunities it is no wonder that North Charleston is such a popular destination.
Family Circle Cup Stadium
Family Circle Cup Stadium seats up to 10,200 people for tennis with the ability to expand to a greater
capacity for concerts. There is no better place to be when the best tennis players in the world are competing for a championship
than Family Circle Cup Stadium in Charleston, South Carolina. Even if there are no big tennis matches coming up there are
plenty of great concerts being held at the stadium so a trip to this world famous venue is an excellent idea any time of the
Beloved rock band Hootie and the Blowfish got their start in South Carolina when they were
in college and they made a homecoming in 2005 to record their Live in Charleston at Family Circle Cup Stadium. The first Family
Circle Cup was held in 1973 and was won by Rosemary Casals before Chris Evert went on to win five in a row from 1974 through