The Charlotte Hornets compete in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Hornets entered the NBA in 1988 as an expansion team. After a relocation of the original franchise to New Orleans in 2002, the NBA expanded again to Charlotte in 2004 with a team known as the Bobcats. In 2014, the Bobcats became the Hornets once again with all franchise history and records returning home to Charlotte.
The Hornets franchise stabilized starting in 2009 when the greatest basketball player of all time and North Carolina native Michael Jordan became majority owner of the team. Jordan’s influence has not equated to championship success on the court yet, but the emergence of 2021 Rookie of the Year LaMelo Ball ignited a sense of optimism and renewed expectations for the 2021-2022 season in Buzz City.
About Spectrum Center
The Charlotte Hornets play their home games at Spectrum Center, a 19,000-seat, multipurpose venue situated in Uptown Charlotte. In addition to Charlotte Hornets games, Spectrum Center hosts a full calendar of concerts, events, family shows, and more. Tickets for all Spectrum Center events are available on our Spectrum Center Event Page.
Charlotte Hornets Tickets
Stage Front has tickets for all Charlotte Hornets games, whether at Spectrum Center or on the road. Select your preferred seats from throughout all seating levels at Spectrum Center, including suites, club seats, and Royal Box seats. For more information or to ask questions, use our live chat feature to speak to a live representative or visit our contact page and reach out to a ticket expert.
Charlotte Hornets Ticket Delivery
All Charlotte Hornets tickets are mobile delivery. A smartphone is required to show your ticket and enter the venue.
Charlotte Hornets Parking
Stage Front has parking for Charlotte Hornets games at Spectrum Center. Check out our parking page for a list of passes and prices.