|North Charleston Coliseum|
|"Casa del Ray" "Hockeyharbor, USA"|
|Location|| 5001 Coliseum Drive|
North Charleston, SC 29404
|Tenants|| Charleston Lowgators (NBA Development League) (2001-2004)
South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) (1993-present)
|Capacity|| 13,295 (Floor Events)|
10,537 (Hockey) (football)
The North Charleston Coliseum is a 14,000-seat multi-purpose arena in North Charleston, South Carolina. The North Charleston Coliseum is part of the North Charleston Convention Center Complex, which also includes a Performing Arts Center. The Coliseum was built in 1993 (the Performing Arts Center and Convention Center opened in 1999), and is located on the access road to the Charleston International Airport. It is widely known for its resemblance to a pineapple, a popular Charleston fruit.
In addition to hosting concerts, comedy shows and various other events, the North Charleston Coliseum is home to the South Carolina Stingrays ice hockey team, which started as soon as the Coliseum opened, and is the alternate home arena for the Charleston Southern University basketball team.
The North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston Convention Center, and the North Charleston Performing Arts Center is owned by the city of North Charleston and managed by SMG.