Spectrum Center Arena Charlotte

Spectrum Center (formerly: Time Warner Cable Arena) is an indoor arena located in center city Charlotte, North Carolina. It is owned by the city of Charlotte and operated by its main tenant, the NBA's Charlotte Hornets. Opened in October 2005, the arena seats 19,077 for NBA games but can be expanded to seat up to 20,200 for college basketball games.

Spectrum Center has had two other permanent tenants besides the Charlotte Hornets, one for almost a decade. The Charlotte Checkers of the ECHL vacated historic Bojangles' Coliseum to play in the new arena in fall 2005. When the ECHL Checkers gave way to an American Hockey League team with the same name, they remained at the arena. Although primarily built for basketball, the arena can accommodate an NHL-sized ice hockey rink.

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Spectrum Center Arena Charlotte Directions

Spectrum Center is located at 333 E. Trade Street in the heart of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Nearly 30,000 off-street parking spaces are located within a 15-minute walking distance of Spectrum Center.

Walk Zone Parking

For more information on public parking locations.

Public Transportation

Park at one of the seven and park and ride lots and take the Lynx train to the Trade Street Station at Spectrum Center. For more information visit www.ridetransit.org.

Directions

Spectrum Center is located at 333 E. Trade Street in the heart of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Spectrum Center is bordered by Trade Street, Fifth Street, Caldwell Street, and Charlotte’s Lynx Light Rail Transit line. Spectrum Center is located directly across Trade Street from the Charlotte Transportation Center, the main access point for bus services operated by CATS.

Nearly 30,000 off-street parking spaces are located within a 15-minute walking distance of Spectrum Center.

There are many ways to reach the Spectrum Center from Charlotte’s various forms of public transportation. Spectrum Center is conveniently located next to Charlotte’s main bus terminal. In addition, the arena has stops for both the Charlotte and Gold Rush street trolleys. Visit www.ridetransit.org for a schedule and pick-up/drop-off locations.

Directions from the Interstate

I-85 from the South
Exit at Billy Graham Parkway, take Billy Graham Parkway to I-77 North, exit at either I-277 North or Trade Street.
I-85 from the North
Exit at the I-77 exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
I-77 from the South
Exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
I-77 from the North
Exit at either Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East), 5th Street, Trade Street or John Belk Freeway (I-277).

Directions inside the City

Brookshire Freeway (I-277) from the West
Exit at either I-77 South or Brevard Street.
NC 49/US 29 from the Northeast
Follow Tryon Street to Uptown, Spectrum Center is one block east of the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets.
Airport
Follow Josh Birmingham Parkway 1.5 miles to Billy Graham Parkway South. Proceed on Billy Graham to I-77 North. Exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.

 


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