Comprehensive listings and ticket links for every upcoming concert, festival, gig, and live music event taking place in Greenville, SC.

Tuesday, November 29, 2022
THE KRUGER BROTHERS Bluegrass Banjo, Guitar, Bass, and Vocals
Nov 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Parker Concert Hall

The Krüger Brothers bring their unique blend of bluegrass, pops, and classical traditions to the mountains of Western North Carolina. Known for some of the fastest banjo playing in the world, this Swiss-formed trio received an award for Artistic Excellence from the National Endowment for the Arts and have been delighting audiences for nearly 30 years. “The Kruger Brothers personify the spirit of exploration and innovation that forms the core of the American musical tradition.”

Thursday, December 1, 2022
Greenville Christmas Market at Grand Bohemian Lodge
Dec 1 @ 1:00 pm
Grand Bohemian Lodge

Join Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville for a new holiday tradition – The Greenville Christmas Market.
Family
The Greenville Christmas Market will sparkle with charm Friday, November 25, 2022 through Sunday, January 1, 2023 at Grand Bohemian Lodge next to the Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in beautiful downtown Greenville.

The Greenville Christmas Market blends European and Southern holiday traditions at their spectacular lodge overlooking the Reedy River.

Daily festivities occur throughout the holiday season and feature 12+ Christmas booths with local retailers, artisans, food & beverage, and more. Additionally join them on special night for events like a tree lighting ceremony, live music, Santa Claus and more.

CHRISTMAS MARKET ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

11/25

1pm – 4pm | Songband Upstate
4pm – 5pm | Rivertree singers
6pm – 6:45pm | Greenville Youth Chorale

11/26

1pm – 3pm | Patrick Hudson
5pm – 7pm | Soul Intent

11/27

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/01

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/02

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/03

1pm – 3pm | Trey Francis
4pm – 7pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/04

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/08

5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/09

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/10

1pm – 3pm | Sterling and the All Stars
5pm – 7pm | Patrick Hudson-Piano

12/11

1pm – 4pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/15

5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/16

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/17

1pm – 3pm | Soul Intent
4pm – 7pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/18

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/19

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/20

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/21

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/22

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/23

1pm – 4pm | Sound Committee

12/24

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/26

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo
5pm – 8pm | Sound Committee

12/27

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/28

1pm – 4pm | Trey Francis
5pm – 8pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/29

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/30

12/31

1pm – 4pm | Soul Intent
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

01/01

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band

A December to Remember
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater

Brought to you by the City of Mauldin and the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce, this year’s festivities will include live holiday music, a holiday market, pictures with Santa, the annual tree lighting, and some jolly extras that will help make your spirits bright! Parking and entry are FREE.

 

6:00 p.m.: Holiday Market opens, pictures and Santa and performances by local community groups:

 

Mauldin City Singers, Bethel Elementary, New Harvest Ministries Praise Team, and A Christmas Carol by Mauldin Theatre Company.

 

7:00 p.m.: Tree Lighting Ceremony

 

7:30 p.m.:  Musice by The Foreign Landers

 

9:00 p.m.: Event concludes

 

Lawn chairs and/or blankets are welcome.

 

Outside food and beverages are prohibited.  Food and beverage vendors will be on-site.

 

Smoking, skateboards, and bicycles are prohibited

 

Leashed dogs are allowed at this event.

Aaron Lewis
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm
Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium

Friday, December 2, 2022
Greenville Christmas Market at Grand Bohemian Lodge
Dec 2 @ 1:00 pm
Grand Bohemian Lodge

Join Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville for a new holiday tradition – The Greenville Christmas Market.
Family
The Greenville Christmas Market will sparkle with charm Friday, November 25, 2022 through Sunday, January 1, 2023 at Grand Bohemian Lodge next to the Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in beautiful downtown Greenville.

The Greenville Christmas Market blends European and Southern holiday traditions at their spectacular lodge overlooking the Reedy River.

Daily festivities occur throughout the holiday season and feature 12+ Christmas booths with local retailers, artisans, food & beverage, and more. Additionally join them on special night for events like a tree lighting ceremony, live music, Santa Claus and more.

CHRISTMAS MARKET ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

11/25

1pm – 4pm | Songband Upstate
4pm – 5pm | Rivertree singers
6pm – 6:45pm | Greenville Youth Chorale

11/26

1pm – 3pm | Patrick Hudson
5pm – 7pm | Soul Intent

11/27

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/01

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/02

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/03

1pm – 3pm | Trey Francis
4pm – 7pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/04

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/08

5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/09

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/10

1pm – 3pm | Sterling and the All Stars
5pm – 7pm | Patrick Hudson-Piano

12/11

1pm – 4pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/15

5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/16

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/17

1pm – 3pm | Soul Intent
4pm – 7pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/18

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/19

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/20

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/21

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/22

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/23

1pm – 4pm | Sound Committee

12/24

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/26

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo
5pm – 8pm | Sound Committee

12/27

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/28

1pm – 4pm | Trey Francis
5pm – 8pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/29

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/30

12/31

1pm – 4pm | Soul Intent
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

01/01

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band

Annie Jr. (musical)
Dec 2 @ 4:30 pm
Spartanburg Youth Theatre

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Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Martin Charnin
Lyrics by Charles Strouse

Everyone’s favorite little orphan will sing and dance her way into your heart this holiday season! Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Join Annie as she sings and dances through Miss Hannigan’s evil schemes, finding a new home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, and a befriending lovable pup named Sandy. Featuring the classic songs “Maybe,” “Tomorrow,” and “Hard Knock Life,” you’re sure to be singing all the way home!

Ages Recommended: Most enjoyed by children 6 and up

Approximate Run Time: 75 minutes + 15-minute intermission (90 minutes total)

 

Language:

  • Use of words such as “shut up”, “dumbell”, “old geezer”, “crummy orphan”, and “brat”

  • Use of threatening phrases such as “Do you wanna sleep with your teeth insida your mouth or out!”, “Give you the paddle”, “Gonna get your faces slapped”, “Gonna get our knuckles rapped”, “I’ll step on their freckles”

  • Orphans say they will “yank the whiskers from her chin” and “jab her with a safety pin” when singing about Miss Hannigan in “The Hard Knock Life”

Themes and Situations:

  • Hope and love

  • Adoption

  • Flaws in the foster care system

  • Miss Hannigan severely mistreats the orphans; it is implied that the orphans are not well taken care of, like being hungry, only getting clean sheets once a month, having to clean and sew all day

Potential Scary Moments:

  • Rooster holds out a switchblade knife when referencing what he is willing to kill Annie

  • There is an attempted kidnapping of Annie

Other Cautions/Advisories:

  • Miss Hannigan uses mild physical violence towards Annie (kicking, dragging by ear, throwing on the floor)

  • Tessie insinuates that Miss Hannigan will give Annie the paddle

  • The orphans mentions abuse and hunger in the song “The Hard-Knock Life”

  • It is discovered that Annie’s parents are dead

  • There is a mention that Santa Claus doesn’t come and visit the orphans

A Christmas Carol: The Musical
Dec 2 @ 7:30 pm
Mauldin Cultural Center

Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated “Bah! Humbug!” Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he’s forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present and Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful “Happy Christmas” before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.

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Saturday, December 3, 2022
Greenville Christmas Market at Grand Bohemian Lodge
Dec 3 @ 1:00 pm
Grand Bohemian Lodge

Join Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville for a new holiday tradition – The Greenville Christmas Market.
Family
The Greenville Christmas Market will sparkle with charm Friday, November 25, 2022 through Sunday, January 1, 2023 at Grand Bohemian Lodge next to the Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in beautiful downtown Greenville.

The Greenville Christmas Market blends European and Southern holiday traditions at their spectacular lodge overlooking the Reedy River.

Daily festivities occur throughout the holiday season and feature 12+ Christmas booths with local retailers, artisans, food & beverage, and more. Additionally join them on special night for events like a tree lighting ceremony, live music, Santa Claus and more.

CHRISTMAS MARKET ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

11/25

1pm – 4pm | Songband Upstate
4pm – 5pm | Rivertree singers
6pm – 6:45pm | Greenville Youth Chorale

11/26

1pm – 3pm | Patrick Hudson
5pm – 7pm | Soul Intent

11/27

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/01

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/02

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/03

1pm – 3pm | Trey Francis
4pm – 7pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/04

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/08

5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/09

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/10

1pm – 3pm | Sterling and the All Stars
5pm – 7pm | Patrick Hudson-Piano

12/11

1pm – 4pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/15

5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/16

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/17

1pm – 3pm | Soul Intent
4pm – 7pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/18

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/19

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/20

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/21

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/22

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/23

1pm – 4pm | Sound Committee

12/24

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/26

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo
5pm – 8pm | Sound Committee

12/27

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/28

1pm – 4pm | Trey Francis
5pm – 8pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/29

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/30

12/31

1pm – 4pm | Soul Intent
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

01/01

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band

Annie Jr. (musical)
Dec 3 @ 2:00 pm
Spartanburg Youth Theatre

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Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Martin Charnin
Lyrics by Charles Strouse

Everyone’s favorite little orphan will sing and dance her way into your heart this holiday season! Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Join Annie as she sings and dances through Miss Hannigan’s evil schemes, finding a new home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, and a befriending lovable pup named Sandy. Featuring the classic songs “Maybe,” “Tomorrow,” and “Hard Knock Life,” you’re sure to be singing all the way home!

Ages Recommended: Most enjoyed by children 6 and up

Approximate Run Time: 75 minutes + 15-minute intermission (90 minutes total)

 

Language:

  • Use of words such as “shut up”, “dumbell”, “old geezer”, “crummy orphan”, and “brat”

  • Use of threatening phrases such as “Do you wanna sleep with your teeth insida your mouth or out!”, “Give you the paddle”, “Gonna get your faces slapped”, “Gonna get our knuckles rapped”, “I’ll step on their freckles”

  • Orphans say they will “yank the whiskers from her chin” and “jab her with a safety pin” when singing about Miss Hannigan in “The Hard Knock Life”

Themes and Situations:

  • Hope and love

  • Adoption

  • Flaws in the foster care system

  • Miss Hannigan severely mistreats the orphans; it is implied that the orphans are not well taken care of, like being hungry, only getting clean sheets once a month, having to clean and sew all day

Potential Scary Moments:

  • Rooster holds out a switchblade knife when referencing what he is willing to kill Annie

  • There is an attempted kidnapping of Annie

Other Cautions/Advisories:

  • Miss Hannigan uses mild physical violence towards Annie (kicking, dragging by ear, throwing on the floor)

  • Tessie insinuates that Miss Hannigan will give Annie the paddle

  • The orphans mentions abuse and hunger in the song “The Hard-Knock Life”

  • It is discovered that Annie’s parents are dead

  • There is a mention that Santa Claus doesn’t come and visit the orphans

Annie Jr. (musical)
Dec 3 @ 6:00 pm
Spartanburg Youth Theatre

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Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Martin Charnin
Lyrics by Charles Strouse

Everyone’s favorite little orphan will sing and dance her way into your heart this holiday season! Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Join Annie as she sings and dances through Miss Hannigan’s evil schemes, finding a new home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, and a befriending lovable pup named Sandy. Featuring the classic songs “Maybe,” “Tomorrow,” and “Hard Knock Life,” you’re sure to be singing all the way home!

Ages Recommended: Most enjoyed by children 6 and up

Approximate Run Time: 75 minutes + 15-minute intermission (90 minutes total)

 

Language:

  • Use of words such as “shut up”, “dumbell”, “old geezer”, “crummy orphan”, and “brat”

  • Use of threatening phrases such as “Do you wanna sleep with your teeth insida your mouth or out!”, “Give you the paddle”, “Gonna get your faces slapped”, “Gonna get our knuckles rapped”, “I’ll step on their freckles”

  • Orphans say they will “yank the whiskers from her chin” and “jab her with a safety pin” when singing about Miss Hannigan in “The Hard Knock Life”

Themes and Situations:

  • Hope and love

  • Adoption

  • Flaws in the foster care system

  • Miss Hannigan severely mistreats the orphans; it is implied that the orphans are not well taken care of, like being hungry, only getting clean sheets once a month, having to clean and sew all day

Potential Scary Moments:

  • Rooster holds out a switchblade knife when referencing what he is willing to kill Annie

  • There is an attempted kidnapping of Annie

Other Cautions/Advisories:

  • Miss Hannigan uses mild physical violence towards Annie (kicking, dragging by ear, throwing on the floor)

  • Tessie insinuates that Miss Hannigan will give Annie the paddle

  • The orphans mentions abuse and hunger in the song “The Hard-Knock Life”

  • It is discovered that Annie’s parents are dead

  • There is a mention that Santa Claus doesn’t come and visit the orphans

A Christmas Carol: The Musical
Dec 3 @ 7:30 pm
Mauldin Cultural Center

Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated “Bah! Humbug!” Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he’s forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present and Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful “Happy Christmas” before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.

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Sunday, December 4, 2022
Greenville Christmas Market at Grand Bohemian Lodge
Dec 4 @ 1:00 pm
Grand Bohemian Lodge

Join Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville for a new holiday tradition – The Greenville Christmas Market.
Family
The Greenville Christmas Market will sparkle with charm Friday, November 25, 2022 through Sunday, January 1, 2023 at Grand Bohemian Lodge next to the Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in beautiful downtown Greenville.

The Greenville Christmas Market blends European and Southern holiday traditions at their spectacular lodge overlooking the Reedy River.

Daily festivities occur throughout the holiday season and feature 12+ Christmas booths with local retailers, artisans, food & beverage, and more. Additionally join them on special night for events like a tree lighting ceremony, live music, Santa Claus and more.

CHRISTMAS MARKET ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

11/25

1pm – 4pm | Songband Upstate
4pm – 5pm | Rivertree singers
6pm – 6:45pm | Greenville Youth Chorale

11/26

1pm – 3pm | Patrick Hudson
5pm – 7pm | Soul Intent

11/27

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/01

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/02

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/03

1pm – 3pm | Trey Francis
4pm – 7pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/04

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/08

5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/09

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/10

1pm – 3pm | Sterling and the All Stars
5pm – 7pm | Patrick Hudson-Piano

12/11

1pm – 4pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/15

5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/16

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/17

1pm – 3pm | Soul Intent
4pm – 7pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/18

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/19

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/20

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/21

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/22

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/23

1pm – 4pm | Sound Committee

12/24

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/26

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo
5pm – 8pm | Sound Committee

12/27

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/28

1pm – 4pm | Trey Francis
5pm – 8pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/29

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/30

12/31

1pm – 4pm | Soul Intent
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

01/01

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band

A Christmas Carol: The Musical
Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm
Mauldin Cultural Center

Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated “Bah! Humbug!” Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he’s forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present and Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful “Happy Christmas” before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.

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Annie Jr. (musical)
Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm
Spartanburg Youth Theatre

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Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Martin Charnin
Lyrics by Charles Strouse

Everyone’s favorite little orphan will sing and dance her way into your heart this holiday season! Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Join Annie as she sings and dances through Miss Hannigan’s evil schemes, finding a new home in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, and a befriending lovable pup named Sandy. Featuring the classic songs “Maybe,” “Tomorrow,” and “Hard Knock Life,” you’re sure to be singing all the way home!

Ages Recommended: Most enjoyed by children 6 and up

Approximate Run Time: 75 minutes + 15-minute intermission (90 minutes total)

 

Language:

  • Use of words such as “shut up”, “dumbell”, “old geezer”, “crummy orphan”, and “brat”

  • Use of threatening phrases such as “Do you wanna sleep with your teeth insida your mouth or out!”, “Give you the paddle”, “Gonna get your faces slapped”, “Gonna get our knuckles rapped”, “I’ll step on their freckles”

  • Orphans say they will “yank the whiskers from her chin” and “jab her with a safety pin” when singing about Miss Hannigan in “The Hard Knock Life”

Themes and Situations:

  • Hope and love

  • Adoption

  • Flaws in the foster care system

  • Miss Hannigan severely mistreats the orphans; it is implied that the orphans are not well taken care of, like being hungry, only getting clean sheets once a month, having to clean and sew all day

Potential Scary Moments:

  • Rooster holds out a switchblade knife when referencing what he is willing to kill Annie

  • There is an attempted kidnapping of Annie

Other Cautions/Advisories:

  • Miss Hannigan uses mild physical violence towards Annie (kicking, dragging by ear, throwing on the floor)

  • Tessie insinuates that Miss Hannigan will give Annie the paddle

  • The orphans mentions abuse and hunger in the song “The Hard-Knock Life”

  • It is discovered that Annie’s parents are dead

  • There is a mention that Santa Claus doesn’t come and visit the orphans

Carolina Youth Symphony Holiday Concert
Dec 4 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
McAlister Auditorium, Furman University

Join us at Furman University’s McAlister Auditorium on Sunday, December 4th at 3pm for the Carolina Youth Symphony Holiday Concert!

Conducted by Dr. Leslie W. Hicken, James F. Kilgus, and Ginger R. Greer, the Holiday Concert will feature the Symphony, Concert and Repertory Orchestras performing works by Anderson, Bizet, Mannheim Steamroller, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and more.

This concert is free and generously sponsored by the Rotary Club of the Reedy River Greenville.

A Christmas Carol: The Musical
Dec 4 @ 7:30 pm
Mauldin Cultural Center

Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable than the happiness and comfort of others. With an infuriated “Bah! Humbug!” Scrooge summates his feelings of Christmas tidings and charitable giving, but he’s forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts on Christmas Eve lead him through his Past, Present and Future. Thanks to their guidance, Scrooge recognizes his faults and greets Christmas morning with a cheerful “Happy Christmas” before spending the day reconnecting and sharing love with those that mean the most to him.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Candlelight Carols and Lighting of the Menorah
Dec 6 @ 6:30 pm
Leonard Auditorium, Main Building

All Wofford student choirs will perform during this festive tradition to kick off the holiday season.

Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Flat Rock Playhouse Christmas
Dec 7 @ 7:30 pm
Flat Rock Playhouse
A Flat Rock Playhouse Christmas. Nov. 25 - Dec. 22

The WNC tradition continues! This show has become a Playhouse favorite with a brand new show every year. Join the merriment of sleigh bells and mistletoe, miracles and Santa Claus, and so much more. Showcasing a cast of Flat Rock favorites, the Flat Rock Playhouse Chorus, and Pat’s School of Dance, this holiday revue promises to leave you feeling merry and bright!

Thursday, December 8, 2022
Greenville Christmas Market at Grand Bohemian Lodge
Dec 8 @ 1:00 pm
Grand Bohemian Lodge

Join Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville for a new holiday tradition – The Greenville Christmas Market.
Family
The Greenville Christmas Market will sparkle with charm Friday, November 25, 2022 through Sunday, January 1, 2023 at Grand Bohemian Lodge next to the Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in beautiful downtown Greenville.

The Greenville Christmas Market blends European and Southern holiday traditions at their spectacular lodge overlooking the Reedy River.

Daily festivities occur throughout the holiday season and feature 12+ Christmas booths with local retailers, artisans, food & beverage, and more. Additionally join them on special night for events like a tree lighting ceremony, live music, Santa Claus and more.

CHRISTMAS MARKET ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

11/25

1pm – 4pm | Songband Upstate
4pm – 5pm | Rivertree singers
6pm – 6:45pm | Greenville Youth Chorale

11/26

1pm – 3pm | Patrick Hudson
5pm – 7pm | Soul Intent

11/27

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/01

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/02

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/03

1pm – 3pm | Trey Francis
4pm – 7pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/04

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/08

5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/09

5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/10

1pm – 3pm | Sterling and the All Stars
5pm – 7pm | Patrick Hudson-Piano

12/11

1pm – 4pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/15

5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/16

5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/17

1pm – 3pm | Soul Intent
4pm – 7pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/18

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/19

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/20

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Soulution Band

12/21

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Jimbo Chapman

12/22

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band
5pm – 8pm | Trey Stephens

12/23

1pm – 4pm | Sound Committee

12/24

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band duo

12/26

1pm – 4pm | Minivan Mark Band duo
5pm – 8pm | Sound Committee

12/27

1pm – 4pm | Kelly Jo
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/28

1pm – 4pm | Trey Francis
5pm – 8pm | Sterling and the All Stars

12/29

1pm – 4pm | Trey Stephens
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

12/30

12/31

1pm – 4pm | Soul Intent
5pm – 8pm | Minivan Mark Band

01/01

1pm – 4pm | Soulution Band

Flat Rock Playhouse Christmas
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm
Flat Rock Playhouse
A Flat Rock Playhouse Christmas. Nov. 25 - Dec. 22

The WNC tradition continues! This show has become a Playhouse favorite with a brand new show every year. Join the merriment of sleigh bells and mistletoe, miracles and Santa Claus, and so much more. Showcasing a cast of Flat Rock favorites, the Flat Rock Playhouse Chorus, and Pat’s School of Dance, this holiday revue promises to leave you feeling merry and bright!