Sports played with spheres are easier to master than rectangular sports, such as Rubik’s cubing and throwing bricks into windows. Circle fun with this GrouponLive deal to the Family Circle Cup women’s tennis tournament at Family Circle Magazine Stadium. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get two tickets for general-admission grandstand seating to a single evening session (a $40 value). Evening sessions begin at 7 p.m., with gates opening at 6 p.m. Choose from the following sessions:
- Tuesday, April 3: 1970s “A Groovy Decade” theme night
- Wednesday, April 4: 1980s “A Totally Tubular Decade” theme night
- Thursday, April 5: 1990s “The Dot.com Decade” theme night
- Friday, April 6: 2000s “There’s an App for that Decade” theme night
Experience live music nightly from local Charleston bands.
- For $45, you get two tickets for general-admission grandstand seating to the tournament finale on Sunday, April 8, at 12 p.m. (a $100 value). Gates open at 10 a.m. and Sunday’s events include the finale for the singles and doubles matches with champions crowned, and an Easter egg hunt for families with an Easter bunny appearance.
Tennis fans of all ages descend upon Daniel Island in Charleston for the annual nine-day Family Circle Cup tournament, which showcases some of the top racket-wielding talents that the Women’s Tennis Association has to offer. Throughout the week, a total of 56 singles players and 16 doubles teams battle toe-to-toe for not only a hefty prize purse but also to join the ranks of such past champions as Steffi Graf, Martina Hingis, and the Williams sisters. Rather than assembling a nest beneath the umpire’s chair, attendees can perch in general-admission grandstand seats during one of four evening sessions or during Sunday’s finale, when both the singles and doubles brackets will reach thrilling championship culminations.
Squeezed in between net-hugging volleys and supersonic aces, family events help amplify the week’s festive atmosphere, including nightly themes celebrating the unique and funky aspects of the past four decades with live music featuring local Charleston bands and happy hour drink specials, such as craft beer from Holy City Brewing and sweet tea cocktails. On Sunday, families and youngsters converge on the lawn at noon for an Easter celebration, as kids hunt down eggs and parents beg a visiting Easter Bunny to include floss in this year’s baskets.