Time Warner Cable Arena

Time Warner Cable Arena

333 E Trade St,
Charlotte, NC

Upcoming Events

Sep 11
7 locations
Maroon 5 with Tove Lo and Phases
Parking starting at $16
Oct 23
6 locations
Carrie Underwood
Parking starting at $16
Sep 16
0 locations
PBR: Built Ford Tough Series vs PBR: Professional Bull Riders
No guaranteed parking available.
Sep 17
0 locations
Pro Bull Riding: Built Ford Tough Series
No guaranteed parking available.
Sep 20
0 locations
Bad Boy Family Reunion with Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112, Total, The Lox, French Montana and more
No guaranteed parking available.
Oct 28
0 locations
Tour of Gymnastics Champions 2016
No guaranteed parking available.
Nov 3
0 locations
Jeff Dunham
No guaranteed parking available.

 

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About Time Warner Cable Arena

The Charlotte Hornets are a team waiting for a legacy to return, and are thus stuck betwixt and between until it arrives. In the meantime, it's best to book Time Warner Cable Arena parking in advance. The stadium was built to replace Charlotte Coliseum, which was demolished after less than 20 years of use. The arena was previously known as Charlotte Bobcats Arena from when it opened in 2005, until 2008, when Time Warner Cable bought the naming rights. More

In addition to being the lair of the Bobcats, the venue also hosts concerts, WWE Wrestling events and political rallies.

The Charlotte Bobcats that are based in Time Warner Cable Arena came into existence following the sale of Charlotte Hornets, the previous NBA team, to New Orleans. George Shinn, the founder and owner of the Hornets, was forced to sell the team by the city, temporarily leaving Charlotte without an NBA team. In consolation, the league promised the city a new team would be created in its stead. The Charlotte Bobcats were the resultant team, and lately they've been in flux.

The team that moved to New Orleans has since been renamed the Pelicans, which freed up the Hornets name. Team owner Michael Jordan requested a name change to the NBA, where the Bobcats would be renamed as the Hornets. In the nine seasons that the team has played, they have gotten to the playoffs only once, in 2010. The '12 Bobcats season was the worst in the NBA, winning seven games and losing 59, meaning fans that booked Bobcats parking saw a winning percentage of .106.

ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Charlotte Bobcats parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once that's done, you can relax and enjoy the game, rather than trying to find former Charlotte Arena parking spaces.

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