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TK Fiddler

3410 Augusta Rd, Greenville, South Carolina United States

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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]

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]

Stone Soccer Stadium

3000 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, South Carolina United States

Stone Soccer Stadium Eugene Stone III Soccer Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium in Greenville, South Carolina on the campus of Furman University. The 3,000-seat (expandable) stadium opening in 1995 during a ceremony featuring Brazil national football team legend Pelé. The stadium is named for the late South Carolina benefactor [more]