118 Interstate Blvd.
Anderson, SC 29621
Phone: (864) 622-1200
Fax: (864) 622-1202
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.
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.
The William A. Floyd Amphitheater is located on the grounds of the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center, and this is where big-name acts like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jason Mraz and Travis Tritt come to play. The terraced green lawn of this massive outdoor amphitheater can accommodate more than 15,000 concertgoers, so be sure to bring a picnic blanket and arrive early to find a good spot. While the concerts are usually general admission, reserved seating for 2000 is available at some events. Concessions and bathrooms are on-site.
Clemson Memorial Stadium, also known as 'Death Valley,' is where the Fighting Tigers play their rivals in the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference). The stadium is on the campus grounds of the university, so if you're in Greenville, a 30-minute trek southwest is necessary to see it. It seats over eighty-thousand people and it's always raucous on gamedays.
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.
Seneca Cinema 8 is an intimate movie theater sporting eight movie screens. Almost usually, the movies screened are first-run Hollywood movies.
Easley 8 Theatre is a movie theater associated with Dickinson Theatres. This cinema has eight screens, each of which shows the latest Hollywood release. With comfortable seating and the newest in sound and visual technology, it's no wonder this cinema is popular with the locals. Group rates are available as are gift certificates.
Greenville-Pickens Speedway was initially a dirt track when it opened in 1940 and was subsequently closed the following year due to World War II. It was reopened by Bill France Sr. in 1946 for a race he was promoting and has been a NASCAR racing track since 1951. Now an asphalt track, this prestigious track is the second oldest NASCAR track and holds regular weekly races that feature the biggest of NASCAR champions. Many such great racers have used the track for practices as well. There is a wall of champions that fans can visit during weekdays which has all the names of the famous racers who have become track champs here.