North Charleston Coliseum History
North Charleston Coliseum is home to many of the biggest events to hit the Charleston,
South Carolina area. The venue opened in 1991 and has been one of the hottest venues in town fro more than two decades. It
is a part of the North Charleston Convention Center Complex and is owned by the city but managed by SMG. There have been a
wide array of events taking held at North Charleston Coliseum over the years, ranging from sporting events to concerts and
beyond. All of the biggest happenings at North Charleston Coliseum tend to sell out quickly so be sure to get your tickets
from StubHub early so you can pick out some of the best seats in the house.
North Charleston Coliseum Events
Charleston Coliseum has been home to the ECHL's South Carolina Stingrays and the Charleston South Carolina Buccaneers college
basketball team since 1993. Additionally, the arena was the previous home of the Charleston Swamp Foxes of AF2, the Charleston
Lowgators of the NBA D-League, and the Carolina Sandsharks of the NIFL. Sporting events are not the only attraction at North
Charleston Coliseum, and concerts make up a big part of the venue's schedule with acts like Jay Z, Kid Rock, Prince, the Dave
Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, Jake Owen, and more hitting the arena's stage. Comedians like Jeff Dunham are also known
to have audiences rolling in the aisles at North Charleston Coliseum. Other big draws to the arena include PBR Built Ford
Tough Series events, WWE matches, WCW Uncensored, American Idol auditions, the X-Factor auditions, and more. Family friendly
events like Monster Jam, Walking with the Dinosaurs, and Disney on Ice are all great reasons to bring the whole family out
for a great day at North Charleston Coliseum. There is something of interest going on at North Charleston Coliseum all year
long so take a look at the arena's schedule to see what events you would like to attend.
North Charleston, South
North 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
North Charleston Coliseum Seating Layout
Center stage events at North Charleston Coliseum
can seat up to 13,295 fans while end stage events hold between 8,000 and 12,000 and half-house events hold just under 6,000.
Whatever event you choose to attend at North Charleston Coliseum you are sure to have an unforgettable time.
Charleston Coliseum was home to the final show legendary rock band KISS played with its original line up as well as a 2012
CNN Presidential Debate.