Who owns the Bon Secours Wellness Arena?

Who owns the Bon Secours Wellness Arena?

Greenville Arena District
Mar. 2, 2016. The Greenville Arena District, political subdivision of the State of South Carolina, which owns and operates the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, has started the new fiscal year with new board committee chairs.

Does Bon Secours Wellness Arena have a clear bag policy?

Each ticketed guest will be permitted to carry one large clear bag, either a Ziploc style bag or a 12”x6”x12” (or smaller) clear bag, plus a small wallet or clutch that must not exceed 5.5″x8. 5″. The small wallet or clutch must be carried into the venue outside the clear bag and is subject to search.

Does Bon Secours arena sell alcohol?

When coming to an event at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, be sure to come early and enjoy our wide variety of food and beverage offerings. The arena proudly serves, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Pepsi products and a nice selection of craft beer, domestic beer, and wine.

How many people does the Bon Secours Wellness Arena hold?

15,951Bon Secours Wellness Arena / Capacity

When was the Bon Secours wellness arena built?

September 3, 1998Bon Secours Wellness Arena / Opened

How many people does Bon Secours Wellness Arena seat?

How many people does the Colonial Life Arena hold?

18,000Colonial Life Arena / Capacity

How many people does Bon Secour wellness arena hold?

Where do the Greenville Swamp Rabbits play?

Bon Secours Wellness ArenaGreenville Swamp Rabbits / Arena/Stadium

The Bon Secours Wellness Arena, home of your Greenville Swamp Rabbits, is a state-of-the-art venue that offers a wide variety of sports and entertainment events. The venue, known affectionately as “The Well,” is located in downtown Greenville, and seats 15,591 fans for Swamp Rabbits hockey games on a nightly basis.

Who owns colonial arena?

University of South Carolina
Colonial Life Arena

Owner University of South Carolina
Operator Spectra
Capacity 18,000 (Basketball) 19,000 (Concerts)
Surface Multi-surface