The announcement comes after ACC leaders decided on March 31 to return ACC events to the state, following the partial repeal of HB2.
ACC Commissioner John Swofford said he is pleased ACC events will return to North Carolina.
"We value all of our partners in North Carolina and appreciate their support and cooperation," Swofford said in a statement. "We are thrilled to renew our relationships with so many terrific people, outstanding cities and first-class venues."
The Dr. Pepper ACC Football Championship Game in December will be the first ACC event to return to the state. It will be played at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.