Posts from the ‘Bi-Lo Center’ category

Greenville Road Warriors vs Florida Everblades

Photo by Jason A G

Photo by Jason A G

On Friday, March 6, the Greenville Road warriors, affiliate of the New York Rangers, lost 5 – 4 to the Florida Everblades, an affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes. The game was at Greenville’s Bon Secuors wellness arena.

The Road Warriors return to Greenville for a game tonight, and tomorrow night is Fan Appreciation night.

Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Photo by Mike Nice

Photo by Mike Nice

The newly renamed Bon Secours Wellness Arena now has the new sign officially installed on the wall. As human nature goes, people have been looking for a shorthand title for the sports and entertainment venue. Many have used the title The Well – so when you hear The Well in the context of a location, it may be referring to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena!

Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum appeared in concert at the Bi-Lo center on Saturday.  That was a very warm day, and the iced tea appearing as murals on these trucks was appropriate.  All the trucks had their APUs running to keep the cabs cool, which was a good thing because they didn’t need to keep all the main engines idling.

See a previous truck mural on this same street by Denton.

Bumper to Bumper

Last week the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus came to the Bi-Lo Center.  This was a popular regional school attraction, and a block of East Elford Street shown here was blocked off and served as special bus parking for the duration of a show.   This is a convenient place to park large vehicles during Bi-Lo center events, such as this previous event.

Bi-Lo Center, a sports arena in downtown Greenville, SC

« day before | today | day after » Bi-Low Center, a sports arena in downtown Greenville, SC Personally I don’t attend many of the events at the Bi-Lo Center. However, I am in the minority because a lot of people attend the events. For this photo blog it important to include a photo of the Bi-Lo center given it’s unique circular construction and it’s prominent stamp on the look and feel of downtown Greenville.