North Charleston Coliseum getting major facelift (update: ticket office now open)

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Update February 17: It's been a long time coming, but the revamped North Charleston Coliseum Ticket Office is now open for business!

The office is now located on the Montague Avenue side of the colesium, and business hours are as follows: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

To get more information about the remodeling as well as upcoming shows and concerts, head over to

Update August 15: Although construction is still underway, the North Charleston Coliseum is touting their new meeting place/food court/event space, the Montague Terrace, on a very snazzy new website.

According to the update on construction in the Charleston Regional Business Journal, the space can host up to 740 people for a reception and up to 340 people for a seated banquet. It will be used as a food court during concerts, may be used for intimate concerts, and can be rented out for all sorts of meetings and receptions. 

Update January 20: Jack Hunter has fleshed out the upcoming Coliseum expansions and grades them on a "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" scale.

Hop on over to get his take on the new feel of the North Charleston Coliseum.

Update August 3: Thanks to a tweet from the Charleston Regional Business Journal we got turned on to this computer generated video of the proposed expansion.

Watch it up top or on YouTube.

Update July 12: The City of North Charleston has awarded a $12.47 million contract to a a Columbia-based construction company to construct a new wing on the North Charleston Coliseum.

The Charleston Regional Business Journal has the details.

First reporting: The Post and Courier reports that the North Charleston Coliseum may be getting approval for upgrades that will keep the 12,000-seat arena modern and competitive for at least the next 15 to 20 years. If the North Charleston City Council's Finance Committee approves the upgrades, it is looking like the tab will run somewhere between $18 and $19 million when complete.

Hop over to The Post and Courier to see what's up.

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