Are you thinking of heading to Downtown Greenville to catch a Broadway show, sporting event, or other fun activity at one of the theater, sports, or entertainment venues in Greenville, SC? Whether you’re heading to a show at the Peace Center, a concert at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, or a Greenville Drive game at Fluor Field, we have the info you need to make the most of your night (or day) out on the town like where to park and eat at each venue.
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300 South Main Street, Greenville
Located next to the Reedy River, on 6-acres of downtown property, The Peace Center Campus is a modern, state-of-the-art collection of venues that attracts well-respected performers from all over the country, as well as local talent.
Performance Stages Within the Peace Center in Greenville, SC:
- Peace Center Concert Hall
A 2,100 seat concert hall that attracts nationally touring broadway shows, musical performers, and more. The intimate setting means there’s not a bad seat in the house.
- Gunter Theatre
The Gunter Theatre is a 400 seat theatre reserved for smaller shows and local productions.
- TD Stage – Outdoor Amphitheatre
The TD Stage offers outdoor seating for 1,200 along the scenic Reedy River. Shows here include nationally touring concerts and local events sponsored by the City Of Greenville.
Dining Options Within the Peace Center in Greenville, SC:
Genevieve’s offers ticket-holders a pre-show meal and the option of an intermission dessert waiting for them at their table. Patrons can also enjoy an amphitheater show from the comfort of Genevieve’s lounge.
What to See at the Peace Center in Greenville?
In addition to the national acts and touring broadway shows that stop in Greenville, patrons can enjoy performances from local organizations like Carolina Ballet Theatre, Greenville Chorale, Greenville County Youth Orchestras, Greenville Symphony Orchestra, and the International Ballet.
Parking closest to the Peace Center
In addition to street parking, there are two parking garages very close to the Peace Center.
- River Place Garage, 300 River Street, Greenville (Fees may vary by event)
- River Street Garage, 414 River Street, Greenville (Fees may vary by event)
Peace Center Policies and Things to Know:
Here’s the full KA Review of Greenville’s Peace Center.
650 North Academy Street, Greenville
Depending on the event, the Bon Secours Wellness Arena can seat approximately 19,000 spectators; The arena features 30 luxury suites, a sensory suite, and a VIP lounge that overlooks the arena.
What to see at Greenville’s Bon Secours Wellness Arena:
Dining Options at Bon Secours Wellness Arena:
Parking at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena
The arena has its own parking lots, and fees will vary to park in those lots based on event.
In addition, the Church Street Garage is located next to the arena. Fees will vary based on event.
- 320 North Curch Street, Greenville
Bon Secours Wellness Arena Policies and Things to Know:
- NO bag policy (bags not permitted)
- Health and Wellness Guidelines- requirements may vary by artist
- Sensory Accommodations
- Sensory Suite
- Sensory Bag (free to use)
- Directions to the Bon Secours Wellness Arena
945 South Main Street, Greenville
Fluor Field at the West End is a 6,700-seat stadium that hosts events throughout the year and is the home field of the Greenville Drive Baseball team.
Here’s our mom review of Fluor Field with everything you need to know about bringing your kids to this venue!
Dining Options at Fluor Field:
Fluor Field is unique in that it has an Executive Chef that oversees events, Wilbert Sauceda. Food vendors at Fluor Field during baseball games include Sweet Caroline’s (Ice Cream), Splendid Splinters (American food), 7th Inning Stretch (American food), Carrera Cantina (Mexican Food), Que’s BBQ, Subway, and Chik-Fil-A.
Parking for Fluor Field
Park for free at Greenville County Square, 301 University Ridge, Greenville. A free trolley is available to bring you to the field, but the walk to the field is not long either.
Fluor Field Policies and Things to Know:
Smaller Theatres In Downtown Greenville, SC
37 Augusta Street, Greenville
The 125-seat Warehouse Theatre hosts local productions that are often geared towards an adult crowd.
444 College Street, Greenville
The 571-seat Charles E. Daniel Proscenium Theatre is home to The Greenville Theatre troupe, located in the Heritage Green area of Downtown Greenville. The theatre hosts local productions of nationally toured shows, and most shows are family-friendly.
153 Augusta Street, Greenville
The South Carolina Children’s Theatre is the brand new home of the SCCT productions, cast from local children. The theatre includes a 300-seat venue and a smaller 100-seat venue.
Parking is available at SCCT in their own lot for $5. Additionally, you can park at Greenville’s County Square and walk to the theater. There are a number of other private lots in the area as well.
Smaller Sports Venues In Downtown Greenville, SC
900 Woodside Avenue, Greenville
The 4,000 seat stadium at Legacy Early College is host to the Greenville Triumph Soccer Team. Concession options during the games include offerings from Papi’s Tacos, Kendall’s Grill, and VIP meal service from The Uptown Company.
- Clear Bag Policy
- Strollers Not Permitted
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