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.
I've grown up in this Coliseum. Even had my high school graduation here. It's a Charlotte staple. I hope it stands the test of time. There isn't a bad seat in the house and the prices of events and food are excellent. Make sure to get dinner at the red line club here, well worth it to see the checkers players up close.
Fun arena for smaller events but they gotta do something about food service. It's a total mess. Cold and school cafeteria-like. But big issue is speed of service. 30 min wait on a relatively short line. The cashier does all the order filling and restocking. Each party served takes 2-4 minutes on average based on my ample amount of time to make observations. Having an otherwise great time at the Globetrotters, but food service is definitely why I'm giving 3 stars instead of 4 or 5.
We were so excited to see the Harlem Globetrotters in action. None of us had ever seen this type of show and we didnt quite know what to expect. The show was a huge hit with all of us. It was action packed, had great upbeat music and included good comedy and a lot of audience participations.
PRECIOUZ “AMAZON” ROBINSON
WE HAD A EXCELLENT TIME IN THIS ESTABLISHMENT ON HALLOWEEN. THE HBCU CULTURE THAT TOOK PLACE WAS AMAZING. IT WAS FUN AND WORTH THE TICKETS LOL THE ONLY THING I WISH I WOULD'VE KNOWN BEFORE HAND IS THAT THOSE FRONT ROW SEATS AREN'T FOR THE BIG AND TALL BUT DEF A OVERALL GOOD EXPERIENCE INDEED
I went to see Tyler, the Creator and OMG it was so awesome. I was so hype. The stadium was the perfect size, not too big, but also not too small. Even though my seat was on the side of the stadium, I still had a great view. I will definitely like to come again.