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Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte

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4.1/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
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  • TWC Arena is very similar to most indoor sporting arenas and is newer and right downtown. It is near several good bars and restaurants. 
  • Our family attended Disney on Ice there and it is a great venue for it! Be prepared for high food costs and the "extras" that kids want to buy. it is very expensive so eat before you go! Overall a gre...  read more »
  • My wife and I went to see the NBA pre-season game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Charlotte Hornets at Spectrum Center during our cross-US road trip in October 2016. Entry was easy as the event...  read more »
  • This was my 3rd NBA arena. Charlotte Hornets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder 1/2/2016. We finally went to our most local NBA arena. The arena seemed kinda small compared to the Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland and the Verizon Center arena in Washington where we has been before. We had serious nose bleed seats (Section 209 Row Q).The Time Warner Cable Arena doesn't know how to put on a show or make the fans feel great. The Hornets arena is updated and the staff is really nice but time outs and half time need some work. My favorite NBA arena is the Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland where every time out is a festival of sights and sounds. Please people of the time Warner Cable arena put your mascot and announcers to work, make your fans feel like they are at a festival / playoff game at every turn and the fans won't be so damn non emotional as I witnessed at the game 1/2/2016. I noticed that only certain sections got a gift on the seats... really, are all your fans not special. Please rethink how you do things and watch your fans get more involved. Nice arena now put on a show to compliment our great team and keep the fans interested winning or losing.
  • Overall this is a pretty good place to see a concert. The staff are friendly, there is plenty of selection in terms of food and drinks, and it's easy to get in and out of. There are plenty of restaurants, hotels, and bars nearby. Not a huge fan of $20 parking, but they can't control that I guess. Never been to a sporting event, so I'm not sure what it would be like. I would definitely return for a concert though.
  • Nice stadium. Convenient cheap parking. Friendly employees. Can't really ask for more except for a consistently winning home team.
  • A great experience every time. Ample space, nice people and located near a variety of things to do before and after the events.
  • A wonderful place to get away from w.e is bothering you in your daily life.
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