Be among the first to experience March Madness in Charleston, voted #1 City in the World as well as #1 City in the US in the Travel + Leisure 2017 World’s Best Awards. March in Charleston is Spring in Charleston, where warm temperatures and sunny skies make it the most spectacular time of year. Think sunshine on the back nine of a championship golf course, or relaxing on one of our pristine beaches.
While you may have already heard about Charleston’s vibrant culture, history, and architecture, did you also know it’s home to fantastic local breweries and distilleries, award-winning barbecue, and some of the friendliest locals you’ll find anywhere?
The North Charleston Coliseum is a 13,600-seat multi-purpose arena built in 1993 and has recently invested over $21 million dollars in enhancements, including corporate suites and expanded concourse areas. It served as home court for the Southern Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships from 2002 -2008 and is excited to now be hosting a collegiate marquee event, the CAA Men’s basketball Championships 2017-2019.
Owned by the City of North Charleston and managed by SMG, the Coliseum is located within the Charleston Convention Center Complex located within two miles of the Charleston International Airport and ten miles from the historic district of Charleston. Within one mile, there is an abundance of restaurant choices and shopping, including the 80+ stores of Tanger Outlets Charleston.View Details
The Charleston International Airport is just minutes away from the North Charleston Coliseum. It has seven (7) airline carriers with over 120 daily non-stop flights to 23 airports and 18 cities in the U.S. and Canada. It also offers quick connections to international hubs, such as Atlanta, Charlotte and Chicago.
There are many direct daily flights to CAA team cities including; Boston (jetBlue-2), New York (jetBlue-2), Newark (United-2), Philadelphia (US Airways-3), Washington (jetBlue- 2 /US Airways - 5) and Baltimore (Southwest-3).See Flight Schedule
With mild winters and warm, sultry summers, the Charleston area's subtropical climate is just one of the reasons visitors love it.See our seasonal averages