Venues Built to Compete. Just Like You.
Venues Built to Compete. Just Like You.
When you’re searching for just the right place to compete, the venue is the heart of the story. Pristine college facilities, a state-of-the-art indoor track, a spacious arena, well-maintained multipurpose fields – they’re all a part of the game plan in Winston-Salem. Athletes of all ages know they can count on top-level venues ideally suited for youth, amateur, or professional events and competitions, inside and out. Winston-Salem is a game-changer. Winston-Salem’s pacing as a newly designated “Runner Friendly Community” by the Road Runners Club of America.
Winston-Salem’s pacing as a newly designated “Runner Friendly Community” by the Road Runners Club of America.
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The Stevens Center, located in downtown, is a beautifully restored 1929 movie theater that serves as the performance center for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. The Main Theatre has fixed seating for 1,380 and a 10th Floor Reception Hall with 2,500 square feet of meeting space.
The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex & Education Buildings encompass a roughly 70-acre property minutes from downtown Winston-Salem. This multi-purpose complex boasts more than 55,000 square feet of flexible event space, perfect for hosting hockey, ice skating, cheerleading, martial arts, wrestling, gymnastics, and archery. The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex is a 4,000-seat arena, and home to both the Carolina Thunderbirds, a minor league hockey team in the Federal Hockey League, and the Wake Forest University Men’s Hockey Team.
Truist Sports Park—formerly BB&T Sports Park—is one of the premier multi-purpose facilities in North Carolina offering 13 full-size fields (eleven with lighting) including four full-size turf fields, as well as a 1,400-seat stadium field. The park has hosted national soccer, lacrosse, and ultimate championships. There is also a 5,800 square foot field house on site.
One of Winston-Salem's premier events venue, formerly recognized as BaseballParks.com "Ballpark of the Year," and home of the Winston-Salem Dash, the Carolina League affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Truist Stadium is home to the minor league baseball team, The Dash and consists of: -5,500 stadium-style seats in ballpark
-16 luxury suites on the Club Level of the stadium
-Founders Club features 3500 sq. foot club/bar for all club members
-Three concession stands and more than 29 points of sale
-State-of-the-art LED scoreboard with video and animation capabilities
-200-ft. LED outfield wall with video and animation capabilities
Truist Field is a 31,500-seat stadium, home of Wake Forest University football. It is adjacent to LJVM Coliseum, home to the Wake Forest basketball team.
Bowman Gray Stadium is a 17,000-seat stadium, which can seat up to 28,000 for concerts and special events. It is the home of NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series, held Saturday nights from May through August on the flat, quarter-mile oval. Bowman Gray was the home to some of the earliest heroes in NASCAR. From 1958 to 1971, this asphalt track hosted 28 events in NASCAR's premier series. The racing continues to this day as part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series with the featured Modified vision, as well as the Sportsman, Street Stock, and Stadium Stock Divisions.
Joe White Tennis Center, located in the heart of downtown at Hanes Park, is home to 20 courts, 6 hard and 14 clay, making it the largest outdoor tennis facility in Winston-Salem. All courts are lighted, and there is a pro shop on site.
Hine Soccer Park features seven fields and restrooms.
The Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex is named in honor of WW2 veteran, former Alderman, and Kernersville citizen, Ivey Redmon. This park opened in 2001 and currently consists of 103 acres. The Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex is home to the Kernersville Soccer Association, and hosts adult softball leagues, youth soccer leagues, high school, and collegiate Cross Country events!
JDL Fast Track has quickly become one of the premier indoor track and field facilities in the southeast and houses a 200-meter oval track with a Mondotrack FTX surface, the same surface used at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games and hosted the 2019 USATF Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships. Field event areas include two pole vault runways, two long/triple jump runways, one high jump apron and one throwing area. Teams also have access to a 100-meter warmup track and training room. Hospitality suites are also available.
Sara Lee Soccer Complex, home of NC Fusion Soccer, boasts 11 fields, restrooms, concessions, and ample parking.
The 64,000 square foot building boasts 8 climate controlled indirect lighted Mondo-Ten tennis courts, spectator seating for 300, fully operational locker rooms and a meeting area. The average daily court temperature of 69 degrees offers the perfect environment to enjoy a game of tennis with your friends year round. The Wake Forest Indoor Tennis Club was the recipient of the USTA Outstanding Facility Award. Year round tennis never had it so good.
Built in 2011 to serve as the home to the Wake Forest men's and women's tennis teams along with the ATP's Winston-Salem Open, the Wake Forest Tennis Center features 13 Laykold courts and is one of the finest collegiate complexes in the country.
Richard J. Reynolds Memorial Auditorium in Winston-Salem, NC is a 1,900-seat theatre with a mezzanine and balcony. The performance area has a 39-foot proscenium arch, and is about 66 feet wide and 35 feet deep, not including the 5-foot curved apron.