Since opening in the late 1950s, there have been a slew of memorable concert events at the Charleston Civic Center, from Elvis Presley in the 70s to modern-day A-listers like Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, and many more. See a show for yourself at the legendary venue when Casting Crowns comes to town on Saturday, May 03, 2014.
Charleston Civic Center Seating Information
There are more than 13,000 open seats for most concerts at the Charleston Civic Center, with multiple seating layouts available depending on the needs of the artist. In most cases, the stage will be at one end of the venue, with reserved floor seating taking up the remainder of the space. The floor seating will be divided into Left Center, Right Center and Center, with rows A-U near the front and AA-UU as the rows in the back section. In some cases, the floor may be general admission standing room only, which will be noted in the Casting Crowns ticket listings. The next level of seating starts with Section 110, and continues clockwise around the stadium to Section 145 in the rear of the venue. Sections 115-129 may have an obstructed view based on the stage location, which will be noted if that is the case. The 200 level begins with Section 210 and runs clockwise to Section 246.
Charleston Civic Center Parking Information
Parking will be available on site for a fee. No overnight parking will be permitted and tailgating and any alcohol consumption is not allowed. Additional parking will be available at the Charleston Town Center for a fee.
Charleston Civic Center Gate Times
The doors will generally open 1-2 hours prior to the start of concerts, but guests can check the venue's website or event tickets for a precise time.
Charleston Civic Center Accessibility
Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis at the front of the Charleston Civic Center parking structure. Accessible seating is available throughout the venue, but you must note your needs in advance. Please contact the venue with any issues or questions regarding accessibility.