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Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte
(3.2/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Ovens Auditorium, located adjacent to Bojangles’ Coliseum on East Independence Boulevard, opened along with the original Coliseum in 1955. For nearly half a century, world-greats have graced the stage of Ovens Auditorium. With a seating capacity of approximately 2,404, Ovens has hosted more than 7,000 events, attended by 9.4 million people and counting...
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  • We enjoyed the smaller space of this auditorium at the Bojangles Coliseum; however, the dry ice effect of the arena did make it a bit chilly. 
  • Sort of mid century décor - a nice venue for lots of events - concerts, plays, etc. Lots of easy parking. Some seats only accessible by climbing stairs. 
  • Ovens Auditorium has seen it's day but the shows that are put on there can be wonderful if you get past the surroundings. I don't let it worry me. We went to see the Illusionists this past weekend. GR...  more »
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  • Slightly dated but enjoyed the outing. The only thing was that the screen above stage was showing the magicians and they were the same size as on stage which didn't really add anything to the performance.
  • All seating gives a decent view. Theater is kept cool so bring a sweater!
  • Great seats no matter where you sit. Saw Lindsay Stirling and it was awesome. A little loud in a small place but over all a great show. Bar service was fast and very friendly as well
  • The venue was run down and the acoustics were mediocre. More upsetting was paying $8 to park there with police staffed for security and traffic control and doing nothing when our car was broken into and the alarm set off when someone busted open the windows of my vehicle and stole the contents. The police and security on staff also left us in the dark parking lot for 30 minutes while we waited for an officer to take the report. I will never go there again or recommend this location. The venue is not worth the personal and property risks involved.
  • Have seen many great shows here. Bill Maher slayed it last week.