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Visit Charlotte

Visit Charlotte

Convention & Visitors Bureau


About Visit Charlotte

Discover Charlotte’s work-meets-play-ball attitude. Both affordable and accessible, the city champions exceptional sports venues, accommodating hotels, and athletic and nonathletic attractions that make for an all-star experience.
An athletic city in its own right, Charlotte’s compact, walkable convention district is the ideal spot for a sports conference. From youth hockey to college hoops and PGA golf, the Queen City plays host to sporting events more than 200 days per year.

Things to do in Visit Charlotte

The Queen City’s courts, fields, stadiums and tracks are the road to glory for athletes young and old, pro and amateur. They’re where college teams come together to fight for victory, where youth teams earn their stripes, where top talent galvanize crowds and where Charlotte’s steadfast spirit surfaces.

Travel details

Charlotte’s easy accessibility—60 percent of the country is within a two-hour flight—it’s no wonder conferences like the American Football Coaches Association have been held right here in the Queen City. The largest city between Washington D.C. and Atlanta, Charlotte draws groups from near and far who want big-city amenities in a city that knows how to root for its home teams.

Services offered

Grant Programs

Lodging Services

Marketing

PR/Media Assistance

Signage

Site Visits

Volunteer

Welcome Bags

Event Marketing Sponsorship

The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority (CRVA) is responsible for promoting hospitality, tourism, events and conventions throughout the Charlotte region. An arm of the City of Charlotte, the CRVA works to deliver experiences that uniquely enrich the lives of visitors and residents. Brands supported by the CRVA include the Charlotte Convention Center, Spectrum Center, Bojangles’ Coliseum, Ovens Auditorium, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte Regional Film Commission and Visit Charlotte in conjunction with the region’s destination marketing brand.