For further questions not covered here, please visit the Coliseum’s FAQ page, call the Checkers at (704) 342-4423 or contact Bojangles’ Coliseum at (704) 372-3600.
For games on Friday and Saturday nights, doors will open 90 minutes prior to game time. For all other games, doors will open one our prior to game time.
TicketsSingle-game tickets start at $12 and can be purchased online via Ticketmaster or at the Coliseum box office. Box office hours on non-event days are Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. For further information on hours, please call the box office at (704) 335-3100.
Tickets are required for everyone three years and older. Click here for information on accessible seating.
For additional savings and benefits, season tickets, mini plans, flex packs and group outings are also available. Our promotions schedule has additional details on special events for every home game.
Dining at the ColiseumThe Coliseum includes a full-service restaurant called the Red Line Club that Checkers players walk through when traveling between their locker room and the ice surface. In addition to a standing menu that can be viewed here, the club will also feature a chef’s corner with an Italian, Southern or Asian special of the evening as well as cocktails, draught Bud Light beer and wine.
The club will open for reservations 90 minutes prior to game. To reserve a table, use the calendar on this page or visit this link. You must have a ticket for that night's game to reserve a table at the club. The club’s bar is open to the general public when doors open one hour prior to the game (space is limited).
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Catering for groups is available both at the Red Line Club and the Igloo, a climate-controlled tent adjacent to the Coliseum that offers space for up to 200 people. For more information, contact Elizabeth Coddington at (704) 444-1870 or email@example.com.
The main concourse features five anchor stands with various unique offerings. One exclusively features food from Queen City Q, a local restaurant with locations in uptown Charlotte, Matthews and upcoming locations in Concord and Ballantyne that will offer its famous pulled pork barbecue, brisket and signature sides. Another stand will include pizza and Johnsonville all-beef hotdogs. The Local Tap will offer the coliseum’s signature “Red Line Chili” as well as local craft beers. Kelly’s East Side Diner, a venue named after Charlotte hockey legend Pat Kelly, will feature burgers, fries and onion rings. Finally, a Bojangles’ Chicken and Biscuits location will provide Cajun Chicken sandwiches, seasoned fries, Supremes and legendary Sweet Tea.
Other destinations located in the concourse will include Beer & Brats stands featuring Johnsonville products as well as Dippin’ Dots, cotton candy, ice cream, fresh baked Bavarian pretzels, popcorn and draught and bottled Bud Light beer.
Directions and ParkingBojangles’ Coliseum charges $8 for parking. The main lot accepts cash and credit cards as payment, while the Park Expo across the street is cash only. Season ticket holders may contact their representative to purchase a season pass at a reduced cost. Additional parking information and directions to the Coliseum can be found here.
To ensure the best possible experience on game nights, we recommend leaving early and consulting mobile applications that offer real-time traffic information, such as Google Maps, when planning your trip. Please consider using Monroe Rd., Central Ave. and Wendover Rd./Eastway Dr. as alternatives to Independence Blvd., if necessary.
For games on Friday and Saturday evenings, doors and concessions will open 90 minutes prior to game time. For all other games, they will open one hour prior to game time.
Please note that the uptown shuttle from Queen City Q used during November will not run for the remainder of the season.