3640 Dorchester Road
North Charleston, SC 29405
Phone: (843) 554-4140
Fax: (843) 554-4148
The oval shaped arena consists of four primary seating positions— upper fixed, lower fixed, lower risers and floor. The arena seats up to 13,295 people. State-of-art audio-video facilities add to the mood of the events. Floors change for concerts, hockey and basketball events. The arena features artists such as Amy Grant and The Eagles and sporting events by Motorcross FMX and Charleston's very own hockey team, the Stingrays.
While you are in Coliseum Drive, you cannot miss the huge North Charleston Coliseum and Performance Arts Center. State-of-the-art lighting systems and acoustics and 2300 comfortable seats is what makes the North Charleston Performing Arts Center a popular and sought after venue in the city. Add to that a roster that features amazing musical acts. The tantalizing food and wine menu is sure to lure any guest here. Convenient location for guests and famous attractions nearby, this one should undoubtedly be your next choice to plan an event.
Gather up your family or head out with your gang for a movie at the Regal Charles Towne Square 18, a part of the reputed Regal Entertainment Group. With movies for all, this cinema lets you watch them in comfort. Wheelchair access and listening devices make a visit here even more convenient. Grab a hot tub of popcorn and watch the magic unfold on a screen before you. Call or check the website for schedules and other information.
No, this venue doesn't get its name from the popular 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' story, but rather because of its tin foil decor that appears to slither across the room when the flashing stage lights are worked into a frenzy. Besides the excellent live performances and DJ music at The Tin Roof, patrons can also gorge on some specialty hot dogs, which seem to be another reason why the crowds throng this place. The Tin Roof is a snazzy addition to the West Ashley bar scene, and it definitely makes all the cool cats this side of Charleston purr with delight.
Blackbaud Stadium is the home to The Charleston Battery, Charleston's own professional soccer team. Opened in 1999, this is the first privately-funded, soccer-specific stadium in the United States, and it is an amazing place to take in a match. There is even a real, English-style pub onsite, where you can grab a pint. The space is also used for a number of music festivals and concert events, including Charleston's annual Oktoberfest celebration.
The Burke High School Auditorium is the favorite venue for holding several events and concerts. The auditorium located in the school, hosts a variety of music concerts and seminars.
The Charleston River Dogs, South Atlantic league affiliate of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, plays its home games at the Joe, the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park. The largest outdoor event facility in Charleston, it offers a great view of the Ashley River. The stadium's box seats are comfortable and four main concession areas keep the crowds fueled for cheering the team on.
This amazing stadium is the home of the RiverDogs, Charleston's own minor league baseball team. It was named after avid baseball fan and former mayor of Charleston, the Honorable Joseph P Riley, Junior. Located on the Citadel, and affectionately called 'The Joe', this state-of-the-art baseball venue can seat 6000. It offers a variety of delicious ball park food to enjoy while you take in a great game. Check website for events, times and ticket information.
In the mood for a movie? Head down to the AMC Citadel Mall 6, located in West Ashley. This cinema, a part of the AMC Theatres chain, envelops you in digital surround sound to maximize your viewing pleasure. Free parking, facilities for the disabled and listening devices make this a convenient venue for everyone. Grab some candy or a drink from the refreshment stand and enjoy the movie of your choice. Call or check the website for timings and ticket information.
Set at the backdrop of the Family Circle Tennis center, is Veranda, the hip musical venue in the city of Charleston. Whatever preferences you might have in music, Veranda has something for all. The outdoor center features several performances by some of the notable bands and artists. Catch a music show this evening or weekend at the Veranda, where you are guaranteed not be disappointed. Call for more details.
The Woolfe Street Playhouse is the new home to the Village Repertory Co, a small theater company dedicated to bringing contemporary plays to Charleston. The Playhouse itself is built in a former meat packing warehouse that is over 100 years old. The Village Rep has painstakingly converted the space into a beautiful, state-of-the-art theater. It's the perfect place to come see a great night of local theater.
With an aim to promote the art of dance and make it a part of Charleston's culture, the Ballet theater has been operating since 20 years. This theater has hosted many its own productions like 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show', 'The Great Gatsby' and 'Masterpieces of Dance'. The company also takes Broadway dance projects and summer dance workshops. You can also be a member of this company by volunteering for the different shows it conducts across US. The work of legendary choreographers like David Parsons, Mark Dendy and Jose Limon are performed by the artists of the Charleston Ballet Theatre.