Why are the four main big Arenas in North Carolina The PNC Arena, The Greensboro Coliseum, The Spectrum Center, and The Lawrence Joel?
Why are The top four big Arenas of North Carolina, where all the big events go, The PNC Arena, The Greensboro Coliseum, The Spectrum Center, and The Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum? Those four venues are the “Big Four” Arenas in North Carolina that get all the money! Those four draw all the big events and have drawn all the big events through the years when people want to perform in Arenas, Indoors that’s where they go not the Dean Dome, or Cameron Indoor, Because Duke’s and Carolina’s are basketball venues. The thing about the Dean Dome in Chapel Hill, and Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, is that those are for basketball only, and those venues belong to Duke University and UNC. Of course you have other arenas like Halton on the campus of UNCC, as well as Elon’s and Campbell’s, High Point University’s, and Davidson’s, and NC A&T’s gym, and NC Central’s gym, for that matter. But they are all primarily basketball venues, as well. I think there might be another one in Fayetteville, but that one is not nearly as big as the main four! The main four arenas are The PNC Arena, The Greensboro Coliseum Complex, The Spectrum Center, and The Joel. Why do they do them at these four, and why are these the top four biggest arenas in North Carolina?
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