Greensboro Coliseum Tickets

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Greensboro Coliseum is a complex of six venues and a museum in Greensboro, NC. Capable of seating 23,500 at the Coliseum, its largest venue, it hosts many different types of events. Find Greensboro Coliseum tickets for an upcoming event by viewing the schedule below.

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May 20, 2017
8:00PM
Eric ChurchGreensboro, NC
Greensboro Coliseum
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Greensboro Coliseum

Address: 1921 West Gate City Blvd.
Greensboro, NC
Capacity: 23,500 (Coliseum)
Year Opened: 1959 (Coliseum)

About Greensboro Coliseum Tickets

More than just a single building, Greensboro Coliseum is actually a complex of six venues in Greensboro, NC. Ranging from a large arena to a small community theater, the different venues seat between 302 and 23,500 attendees. The complex's largest and oldest building is the Colisuem, home to UNC Greensboro's Spartans men's basketball team and both men's and women's basketball tournaments for the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The complex also consists of the Special Events Center, Odeon Theatre, White Oak Amphitheater, Pavilion, Aquatic Center, Hall of Champions, and The Terrace. Each host different types of events, including swimming, water polo, UFC matches, NBA Development League games, and more. In 1960, an injury during a stop at Greensboro Coliseum was attributed by former President Richard Nixon to him losing the 1960 election after his famous televised debate with John F. Kennedy where Nixon appeared sickly. Hundreds of artists have performed at the complex over the years and it was the host of one of Elvis Presley's last concerts in 1977.