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McAlister Auditorium

1300 Duncan Chapel Rd, Greenville, South Carolina United States

(864) 294-3267

McAlister Auditorium McAlister Auditorium seats 1,968 for a number of occasions including lectures, concerts, theatrical performances and political debates. A large hydraulic orchestra pit, excellent sound shell and well-designed acoustics allow for a variety of productions, from guest speakers to symphonic oratorios. McAlister offers [more]

BI-LO Center

650 North Academy Street, Greenville, South Carolina United States

(864) 241-3800

BI-LO Center The BI-LO Center is an arena located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina that is used for concerts. It was once used for basketball and ice hockey games, but currently the only tenant is the Carolina Force of the Southern Indoor Football League. The Bi-Lo Center was built in 1998 at a cost of US$63 million to replace [more]

Colonial Life Arena

Street Address 801 Lincoln Street, Greenville, South Carolina United States

(803) 576 - 9200

Colonial Life Arena The Colonial Life Arena is the largest arena in the state of South Carolina with 18,000 seats, and the tenth largest on-campus basketball facility in the nation.  Located on the beautiful University of South Carolina campus, this one-of-a-kind facility features 41 suites, four Entertainment Suites, and the [more]

Paladin Stadium

1300 Duncan Chapel Rd., Greenville, South Carolina United States

864-294-2390

Paladin Stadium Paladin Stadium is a 16,000-seat stadium located near Greenville, South Carolina, USA. It was built in 1981 at a cost of $2 million and originally seated 13,200 fans. It was expanded to its current capacity in 1985, and is currently home to the Furman University Paladins football team. The stadium has a natural grass [more]

Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium

385 North Church Street, Charleston, South Carolina United States

864.582.8107

Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium The Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium is a two part functional space. The Arena features 15,000 square feet of flexible space suitable for corporate events, consumer shows, banquets, wedding receptions and other special events. The Auditorium's 163'x 84' exhibit hall can accommodate banquet seating for up to [more]

Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2101 North Oak Street / P.O. Box 1828, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina United States

843-918-1225

Myrtle Beach Convention Center Myrtle Beach Convention Center is a 8,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It hosts various local concerts and sporting events for the area and was the home arena for the Myrtle Beach Stingrays of the National Indoor Football League in 2003. This was also the location of the [more]

Bank of America Stadium

800 South Mint Street, Charleston, South Carolina United States

704-358-7000

Bank of America Stadium Bank of America Stadium (formerly known as Carolinas Stadium and Ericsson Stadium) is a 73,504-seat football stadium located on 33 acres (130,000 m²) of land in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. It is the home facility of the Carolina Panthers NFL franchise. It also hosts the annual Meineke Car Care Bowl [more]

King Street Public House

549 King St, Charleston, South Carolina 29403, Charleston, South Carolina United States

843-793-3465

The King Street Public House is the perfect place for you and your friends to enjoy fine lowcountry food, inspired by French and American cuisine influences guaranteed to tempt any palate, and with perfect pairing of cocktails, wine, and 12 taps for draft beer to choose from at our bar. Offering happy hour from 5pm to 8pm daily, and with live [more]

Charleston Municipal Auditorium

200 Civic Center Drive, Charleston, South Carolina United States

304-345-1500

Charleston Municipal Auditorium Charleston Municipal Auditorium is a historic public auditorium located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was constructed in 1939 and is a monolithic concrete and steel structure of massive proportions situated in the southwestern section of Charleston's central business district. It is an excellent [more]