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A limited number of memberships are available. To request your application for membership or for more information about the club please contact:
Mike Mitchell at (336) 218-5380 or [email protected]greensboro-nc.gov.
North Carolina is home to many of the largest and most popular arts and entertainment venues in the country, and now industry leaders from many of these facilities are joining together to plan for the return of concerts, Broadway, and comedy events.
The newly formed “NC Live” coalition will provide guidance and best practices to ensure safe reopening of these facilities. The group has an executive committee of representatives from Blumenthal Performing Arts, Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Durham Performing Arts Center, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Live Nation Carolinas, Spectrum Center, and Red Hat Amphitheater.
Many patrons visit arts and entertainment facilities across NC each year, among the coalition, 18 of the venues saw over 3.3 million patrons during more than 2,500 performances in 2019.
The temporary suspension of these venues has leaders actively discussing and developing procedures to safely re-open their doors to fans, when the time comes. Specific plans are still in the works but will include venue and fan experience modifications such as cashless transactions, venue disinfection, staggered fan arrival time, and temperature checks. The safety of our artists, fans and staff is our top priority as we move forward to reopening our arts and entertainment facilities.
Full list of NC Live Members:
Charlotte: Blumenthal Performing Arts, Bojangles Entertainment Complex, Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, Live Nation Carolinas, PNC Music Pavilion, and Spectrum Center.
Durham: Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham Performing Arts Center, and Durham Convention Center.
Greensboro: Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, and White Oak Amphitheatre.
Raleigh/Wake County: Coastal Credit Music Park at Walnut Creek, Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Koka Booth Amphitheatre, PNC Arena, and Red Hat Amphitheater.
The 2023 Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament will return to Greensboro, North Carolina, with Greensboro Coliseum playing host to the event, ACC Commissioner John Swofford announced today. The 2020 ACC Tournament in Greensboro was canceled after two days of play due to COVID-19.
“The partnership between the ACC and the city of Greensboro is extremely special, and one that has spanned nearly seven decades,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “The decision to bring the ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament back to the Greensboro Coliseum was the right thing to do and we look forward to returning in 2023. We also appreciate the annual hospitality shown to our teams, schools, alumni and fans while hosting the ACC Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, the ACC Women’s Basketball Championship and the ACC Women’s Golf Championship.”
The Greensboro Coliseum has hosted the ACC Tournament more than any other venue and will welcome the event for the 28th time in 2023.
With the announcement of the 2023 ACC Tournament location, the site of the annual tournament is solidified for the next three years. The ACC previously announced the 2021 and 68th annual ACC Tournament will be played at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., while the 2022 ACC Tournament will return to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The ACC Tournament has been held in eight different cities and 12 venues since the inaugural event in March 1954. Since 2000, the tournament has been played throughout the ACC footprint, including nine times in Greensboro, four times in Charlotte, three times in Atlanta, twice in Washington, D.C., twice in Brooklyn and once in Tampa.
Future ACC Tournament Sites:
2021 – Capital One Arena; Washington, D.C.
2022 – Barclays Center; Brooklyn, N.Y.
2023 – Greensboro Coliseum; Greensboro, N.C.