3025 North Main Street
Anderson, SC 29621
Phone: (864) 226-6051
Fax: (864) 964-9145
3025 North Main Street, Anderson, SC, US, 29621
- Phone: (864) 226-6051
- Fax: (864) 964-9145
Host of the Electric City Soccer Classic, the largest high school soccer invitational in South Carolina, and home to The Anderson Warriors, a semiprofessional baseball team, this 68 acre sports center has features four softball fields, one baseball field, three soccer fields, eight tennis courts, picnic areas, a nature trail, and miles of paved walking paths.
This 15,000-seat, outdoor grass covered amphitheatre hosts major concerts throughout the year with past acts including Hootie & The Blowfish, The Beach Boys, and Jo Dee Messina. On site features include a concert stage area, concession stands, terraced grass seating, and a beautiful decorative pond.
AmStar Stadium 14 shows all the latest films and is located off of the North Hills Commons Shopping Center. The Miracle Mile Shopping Center and the Anderson Mall are also nearby, so visitors shouldn't be surprised to find families and a more youthful crowd in this state-of-the-art facility.
Showing all of the latest movies in state-of-the-art theaters complete with rocking chairs, Regal Cinemas Starlight Stadium 14 is the perfect place to go for a comfortable, quiet night at the theater. The theater is conveniently located near a bunch of hotels and restaurants off of Clemson Boulevard.
This multipurpose, year round facility host a variety of events including concerts, festivals, rodeos, and antique shows throughout the year, as well as the Anderson County Fair. The facility is available for rent for festivals, corporate functions, special events, concerts, and trade shows.
Home of the Clemson Little Theatre and the Clemson Area Youth Theatre, this community theatre features a season of seven high quality plays. Theatre tours are available and the Social Hall can be rented for special events.
Clemson Memorial Stadium, also known as Death Valley, is one of the better known football stadiums in the area. The stadium is home to the Clemson University Tigers and is situated in the valley. The stadium earned the other half of its moniker when an away team coach proclaimed that his team never won against the home team when they played here. The stadium seats around more than seventy thousand people. Check the website for more details.
Located on Clemson University's campus, the Littlejohn Coliseum is home to the Tigers' men's and women's basketball teams, and hosts several other sporting events, concerts, trade shows, university graduations and special events as well. The Coliseum holds up to 11,000 people and has a food court, modern amenities, large training and weight rooms, and a media center.
Previously known as the Beautiful Tiger Field, the Doug Kingsmore Stadium at Clemson University was rechristened in 2003 and has been entertaining baseball fanatics since its inception in 1970. Known for its superb baseball facilities, it has witnessed a number of nail-biting matches that have kept spectators at the edge of their seats for the entire duration of the match. Giant replay screens, easy parking and picnic areas make Doug Kingsmore a hot favorite with locals.