Night Spots & Entertainment
Come join Carolina Ballet Theatre and Hernan Justo, Artistic Director for a new era in DANCE. See innovative, classical, and more at the Peace Center for the Performing Arts. Celebration of Women, Grandma’s Storybook Ballets, The Nutcracker, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame are all here for you and your individual taste in dance…..
Phone 864.884.0107 Studios 864.297.1634
The Bi-Lo Center is the place to see sporting events, concerts and much more, and is home to the Greenville Grrowl, Greenville’s hockey team.
The 2012 Main Street Fridays series has concluded, and now we must await for the spring of 2013 to once again enjoy one of Greenville’s most beloved downtown entertainment venues. Please find a hint of what is to come in 2013, by seeing the great musical acts that played during the 2012 Main Street Fridays schedule, and which brought such satisfaction to area residents and guests.
Celebrating its 22nd season, South Carolina Children’s Theatre combines local talent and the magic of the stage to provide the finest family entertainment and live theatre experience to the Upstate community. Sit back, relax and let our totally professionally and delightfully immature casts entertain you with everything from beloved musicals such as ANNIE to classic holiday fun with shows like A CHRISTMAS STORY. Experience one or all of SCCT’s five main stage productions at the Peace Center’s Gunter Theatre, a state-of-the-art performance venue, conveniently located in beautiful downtown Greenville. See you at the show!
WNC’s premier party bus service featuring sleek customized limobuses outfitted like rolling nightclubs! 27″TV/DVD, satellite radio, custom stereo, club lighting, 7′ ceiling. Great pricing for any event from kids b-days, casino runs, bach/ette parties, bar crawls. ‘Round the block, ’round the clock.
Located just off bustling Main Street, Café And Then Some brings you folksy satire and music and great food, blended with a personal touch by proprietors Bill and Susan Smith. He’s better known as “Bubba” on stage. She’s best known as “Norma Jean, a big ole country and western star”, but she has also introduced Café And Then Some regulars to a host of characters—from cosmetologist Joenine Whitehead to Mary Louise Earle McDaniel Hampton Pinckney.
Downtown Alive, Greenville’s traditional weekly music series, has concluded its 2012 season, which provided great entertainment to area residents through out the year, and helped to raise funds for the Metropolitan Arts Council. The traditional, weekly music series, established as a fundraiser for the Metropolitan Arts Council, has become a popular Thursday night staple in downtown Greenville. While area residents must now wait until the Spring of 2013 to once again enjoy this great musical venue, but for a hint of what to expect in 2013, you can find the 2012 entertainment schedule listed here.
… A unique Way to explore downtown Greenville