One of Charlotte's largest entertainment venues, the Charlotte Coliseum hosts a wide range of sporting events, concerts, ... More
One of Charlotte's largest entertainment venues, the Charlotte Coliseum hosts a wide range of sporting events, concerts, and other major events. College and professional basketball teams have played here for such high-profile tournaments as the NBA All-Star game, the NCAA Men's and Women's Final Four, and WNBA games. The Coliseum is also the place to see big-name entertainers; U2, Garth Brooks, and the Grateful Dead have all played here. Other major events at the Coliseum have included a visit by Mother Teresa, Ringling Brothers Circus and Walt Disney's World on Ice. Take Exit 5 off of I-77 or Exit 33 off of I-85 to get to Charlotte Coliseum.
Yes, it's an empty lot now! They tore down a multi-million dollar coliseum that was less than 20 years old so they could build a new one downtown. (The voters rejected this, by the way, but they did it anyway.) There is no parking at the new one and nobody goes there.
Although this building was building the early 1980's. The building was torn down in 2007 to build Luxury Condos and shops. The New Charlotte Convention Center, which opened in 2005(downtown/uptown) has many events now.
Located in the heart of the Carolinas, the Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel is an eight story, high rise hotel that
overlooks the busy city below. Whether you're visiting the U.S. National Whitewater Center, in town for a NASCAR race, ...
Hampton Inn Charlotte Uptown is located in the heart of beautiful Uptown Charlotte. We offer 149 beautifully appointed rooms, each
equipped with a spacious work desk, two phones/voice mail, high speed internet access, dataport, extended cable/HBO, PlayStation, iron/ironing board, ...
The Ramada Charlotte Hotel and Conference Center is only 6 miles from Charlotte/Douglass Airport and only 4 miles to Downtown
Charlotte.The property offer unlimited parking and FREE 24 hour shuttle service to and from the hotel. They are centrally ...