Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center, Biloxi

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Located in the heart of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, The Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center is the largest beachfront facility of its kind in the South. The Coast Coliseum continues to be the crowd favorite for sports and live entertainment, drawing year-round attendees. Since its opening in 1977, the Coast landmark has played host to Broadway theater, comedians, professional sports, rodeos, festivals, circuses, and world-class performances by artists such as Elton John, Luciano Pavarotti, and The Eagles.

Visit our website at www.mscoastcoliseum.com for all the up-to-date information on upcoming events in our coliseum and convention center.

Box Office Hours:

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

The Box Office is also open during events

Administrative Office Hours:

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
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  • Every seat in the coliseum was great. Small venue. Full service bars. Variety of food. Easy to park there. Easy to leave as well.  more »
  • Definitely the place to attend a concert...even if your seats are at the tip top! Plenty of concessions available throughout.  more »
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  • It is a really great place, the outside looks a little dated since it was built many many years ago but the inside has all been renovated, I've been to concerts here back in my high school days but I bet it is even better now, I also have attended a few expos here, it is great for that type of event as well. They also have ample parking for all. Overall a very nice place to have an event, and right across the street from the beach to boot!!
  • Okay, so this is not at the Coliseum, but it is literally right across the street and Google seems reluctant to let me put it where it properly belongs. BUT, if you go to the Coliseum, DO stop at this little building across the street that is right on the beach (public bathrooms) and check the signs that indicate the high-water mark that was recorded during various hurricanes. Humbling. My mind almost cannot wrap around 23 feet of water that washed up over the area during Hurricane Katrina.

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