Dinner and a Show : Mextizo Tortas & Tacos and Quest West Fest

In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show – music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant.
Upstate Beat

Upstate Beat: Swanson’s seeking songwriters

The first Songwriter Showcase Contest will start at 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19.

The Black Market Trust brings its ‘gypsy-jazz’ sound to The Spinning Jenny

The group is a surge of syncopated rhythms, dizzying harmonies and non-stop classic tunes.

Branford Marsalis brings his Quartet to the Peace Center

Branford Marsalis compares his relationship with his quartet to a good conversation.
Phat Lip

Dinner & A Show: S’mores night at Swamp Rabbit Café and Phat Lip @ Radio Room

In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show – music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant.

Upstate Music Awards: The beat goes on

The Upstate Music Awards ceremony is March 1 at Zen-An Elegant Place For Hire in Greenville.

Dinner and A Show: Larkin’s on the River and Patrick Davis & His Midnight Choir

In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show – music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant.

Bill Engvall brings clean, relatable comedy to the Peace Center

“Right now, I’m looking at life through my wife’s eyes,” he says of his current standup material. “I’m talking about what it’s like being married to an idiot.”

Upstate Beat: Her Pilots take off

Vincent Harris: Her Pilots’ new single, “Ro Sham Bo,” doesn’t really sound like any of their former bands.

Upstate Beat: Lettuce taps Greenville’s Marcus King for newest album

Most music fans around the Upstate have watched Marcus King turn in incredible performances since he was a child, but Smirnoff says the experience has been different for Lettuce.

Dinner and A Show: Sushi and ‘A Christmas Carol’

Just a brisk eight minute walk down the street from Greenville Theatre is Sushi Go.

Upstate Beat: Music Rewind 2019

Here’s a brief and by no means complete breakdown of who and what rocked my 2019.

Upstate Beat: From rockabilly raver to honky-tonk angel

Lesley Swift says that she feels a lot more freedom as a songwriter now that she’s moved toward country.

Straight Outta Taylors: Homegrown metal stars Nile return to the Upstate with first new album in four years

Karl Sanders says that taking the reins from Grammy-award-winning producer Neil Kernon, who worked on Nile’s last four records, was no easy task.

Pop-classical sensation Lindsey Stirling brings Christmas cheer to the Peace Center

The “Warmer In The Winter” album has since spawned a successful tour of the same name, which will bring Stirling to the Peace Center in Greenville on Monday, Dec. 16.