This historic Bojangles' Coliseum and Ovens Auditorium opened as part of the auditorium-coliseum complex located on Independence Boulevard in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sept. 11, 1955. The complex provided the city with its first major civic auditorium and dedicated sports and concert venue.
Very nice. Super clean. All the staff members were really friendly. I was really surprised by how decent the prices were for everything. We came for a hockey game and I was not disappointed. We definitely will plan more games here.
It's still decent regardless of its age. The Charlotte Checkers play here. Parking is located on the grounds. It was $8, cash only, to park at the Checkers game I attended in May 2018, so you can expect to pay around that rate to park. There are a few food and beer sales locations. The food and alcohol are less than big stadium costs, but they're still inflated. The Checkers games are really fun and you can get great seats at a great (cheap) price.
I gave it a high score because its been around forever. Its an old maintained landmark of Charlotte. Ive seen many wonderful things in this building from Elvis Presley in 1974 to Tommy Davidson last month, May/2018! And my opinion, it is the only Colosseum that Charlotte ever needed!
I had my graduation here. The parking lot was completely packed. It's kinda hard to get to because everyone can't seem to turn left on the road it's on.
I have been coming here since childhood. Im so glad its still used. Its old but its still nice, very clean. We watch the Checkers play here. Parking is not a issue. Highly recommend Bojangles Coliseum.