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Best Sports Venues in Raleigh/Durham

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PNC Arena

Formerly known as the RBC Center, PNC Arena is an indoor, multi-surface, 20,000-seat arena used primarily to host basketball and hockey matches, and concerts. Opened in 1999, the arena is home to the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes and the North Carolina State University men's basketball team. Amenities include 75 luxury suites, 2,000 club seats, and restaurants. The arena also hosts ice shows, circuses, corporate meetings, and trade shows.

Raleigh, NC, United States
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Durham Bulls Athletics Park

Durham Bulls Athletic Park, or DPAB, is a 10,000-seat baseball stadium in downtown Raleigh. Opened in 1995, the park is home to the Durham Bulls, a minor league affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays, and the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Central Eagles college baseball teams. The park’s fully brick exterior, giant “Blue Monster” wall, and mechanical snorting bull in left field make the stadium a local point of pride, and a place where watching baseball is a pleasure. The stadium is in part a reinvention of the original Athletic Park, which was made famous in the film, Bull Durham.

Durham, NC, United States
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J.S. Dorton Arena

J.S Dorton Arena is a distinctive 7,160-seat indoor multi-purpose arena that opened in 1952 on the grounds of the North Carolina State Fair. Known as the “Paraboleum” by its architects for its saddle suspension roof and parabolic arches, the arena is a National Historic, Architectural, and Civil Engineering Monument. Besides hosting sporting events, the arena is used for concerts, trade shows, circuses, graduations, and as general exhibition space.

Raleigh, NC, United States
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Wallace Wade Stadium

Opened in 1929, Wallace Wade Stadium is part of Duke University and hosts sporting events for Duke's Blue Devils. This horseshoe-shaped stadium seats nearly 34,000 and was the first facility built on Duke's west campus. Originally called simply Duke Stadium, it was renamed in 1967 for noted football coach Wallace Wade. Check their website for details on upcoming events and ticketing information.

Durham, NC, United States
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