AccommodationAloft, the official hotel of the Charlotte Checkers, is located across the street from the arena in the heart of the EpiCentre entertainment district.
From the Interstate
- I-85 from the South: Exit at Billy Graham Parkway, take Billy Graham Parkway to I-77 North, exit at either I-277 North or Trade Street.
- I-85 from the North: Exit at the I-77 exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
- I-77 from the South: Exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
- I-77 from the North: Exit at either Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East), 5th Street, Trade Street or John Belk Freeway (I-277).
Directions inside the City
- Brookshire Freeway (I-277) from the West: Exit at either I-77 South or Brevard Street.
- NC 49/US 29 from the Northeast: Follow Tryon Street to Uptown, Time Warner Cable Arena is one block east of the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets.
- Airport: Follow Josh Birmingham Parkway 1.5 miles to Billy Graham Parkway South. Proceed on Billy Graham to I-77 North. Exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
Parking and Pregame DestinationsParking can be validated with the purchase of a meal at either Brixx or Queen City Q.
Brixx and Queen City Q are located beside one another at 225 E. 6th St., just a short walk from Time Warner Cable Arena. Queen City Q is the official Pre-game Party headquarters for the Checkers.
We love for you to stand and cheer, the excitement and enthusiasm is fantastic. However, we must maintain certain basic protocols. Whereas you may like to stand and cheer, others prefer to sit and cheer. Given that, fans who sit are entitled to enjoy the event from their seats without undue obstruction and annoying behavior. Many of our guests have mobility impairments and may not be able to stand as others are able to do. While rooting for the team, please be cognizant and courteous to those around you.
- If you enjoy standing throughout the game, we ask that in the future you consider purchasing tickets in the last row of the seating section in order to allow others to enjoy the game from the comfort of their seats
- As a reminder many families attending with their children object to vulgar and other inappropriate language. It is the Charlotte Checkers policy that such language not be tolerated.
- As a courtesy to others, we ask guests to wait for a stoppage in play before entering or leaving your section.
- Banging on the glass and/or throwing objects on the ice, in the vicinity of the team benches or penalty boxes or playing surface is not only disruptive and dangerous to you, other fans, players and officials, but can also lead to a penalty being called on the home team. If there should be a delay in the game for repair of broken glass and/or stanchion which was caused by a fan banging on the glass or objects thrown on the ice, then the Referees can call a minor penalty on the home team (AHL Rule 39.2 Abuse of Officials) (AHL Rule 63.4 Objects Thrown On The Ice