1915 Cedar Creek Road
Fayetteville, NC 28312
Phone: (910) 433-9090
Fax: (910) 433-9115
1915 Cedar Creek Road, Fayetteville, NC, US, 28312
- Phone: (910) 433-9090
- Fax: (910) 433-9115
A wide variety of concerts, theater productions, family shows, hockey, basketball, indoor football and other sporting events are provided throughout the year at this complex that features the 60,000 square foot Crown Expo Center, the 13,500-seat Crown Coliseum, the 5,000-seat Crown Arena and the 2,430-seat Crown Theatre.
It definitely takes the cake...and the crown as far as coliseums are concerned. This large venue has been host to events from Elvis Presley to dance tournaments, to gun and knife shows. Enjoy the crowning glory!
Come watch nonstop action with the Fire Ants as they take on competitors from the Atlantic Coast Hockey League. Season is from October to March.
Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville hosts a wide range of events, including musicals, concerts and trade shows. This place has shows for the young and old, providing all of its audiences with quality entertainment.
This center definitely takes the cake and the crown as far as coliseums are concerned. With a center stage capacity of 10,880 and 9000 plus at the stage end, who wouldn't? And all you ice-hockey enthusiasts out there, here's some exciting trivia - the metal halide lights are single button control per event! Enjoy the crowning glory!
An intimate and beautifully restored 1920's theater that shows a wide variety of classic, independent, and foreign films seven nights a week. This theatre was nationally recognized in the official program book of the Sundance Film Festival.
Beautiful nonprofit theater that features contemporary and highly entertaining theatrical productions throughout the year including classic favorites and original works by local playwrights.
The whole family can enjoy hard hitting, exciting baseball action by this baseball team whose season runs from June to August.
This award-winning theater has been performing elaborate musicals, classic dramas, off-Broadway productions, comedies, and children's shows for over 40 years. Well known stars of the stage and screen are often seen performing here.
The oldest community-supported orchestra in the state, this local symphony performs several entertaining, high quality concerts a year and offers a variety of educational programs.
Professional E.T. and Street E.T. drag racing that is sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association is featured at this drag strip and sports park that also features stock car dirt-track racing April through September on Saturday evenings, as well as Streetcar Madness on Friday nights.
Roller Girls is Fayetteville, North Carolina's only roller derby league.