An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until April 8, 2018
The Volvo Car Open is the largest women’s only tennis tournament in North America.
Every April, Charleston welcomes 90,000 spectators and more than 100 world-class, women athletes to participate in the excitement of the Volvo Car Open. Records are broken and memories are made as extraordinary tennis stars take Stadium Court to compete for the coveted title of the Open.
The event not only offers world-class tennis, but also hosts a wide-variety of other activities throughout the week long tournament. In between matches, attendees can enjoy shopping in the Merchandise Tent or tasting some of the unique Charleston cuisine offered at one of the many dining locations onsite. Not to mention visiting the various sponsor booths to enter to win prizes and giveaways galore, or facing off against the fast serve machine to see if you can return a serve like the pros.
The Volvo Car Open invites you to join us in 2018 to celebrate the event’s 46th tournament and become a part of tennis history.
Parking and Road Closures:
With the Volvo Car Open beginning Saturday, March 31, traffic on and off Daniel Island will increase. Parking and traffic plans are in place to reduce congestion, but residents are encouraged to use Clements Ferry Road to reduce congestion on Seven Farms Drive, River Landing Drive and Island Park Drive. General/Spectator parking is located at Bishop England High School, with overflow parking for the Finals weekend at Benefitfocus. All VIP parking locations are in marked lots near the Tennis Center and require a parking pass for entry. There is plenty of bicycle parking at the tennis center for Daniel Island residents that wish to travel to the tournament with their bicycles.
At 5:00 PM on Friday, March 30, Seven Farms Drive will close from the intersection of Island Park Drive and Seven Farms Drive to the Guggenheim pond on Seven Farms Drive. Seven Farms Drive will reopen after the Television Production is cleared from the road at approximately 7:00 PM on Sunday, April 8.