Harlem 100 brings century of Harlem Renaissance culture to the Peace Center

“We feel like we’re carrying them on our shoulders as guardians and protectors and bringing them on with us spiritually.”
Edwin McCain

Edwin McCain, Maia Sharp return for songwriters concerts, workshops

Each concert is $75, and all four workshops are offered as a package for $350.
Diavolo

Expect to be dazzled by the dance and high-risk acrobatics of Diavolo

Diavolo returns to the Peace Center on Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka comes to Greenville: Roald Dahl’s ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ at the Peace Center

Audiences will recognize the same Charlie and the Chocolate Factory story they know and love but with a few “twists and turns.”

Peace Center announces free musical happy hours for 2019-20

All Interludes are held on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. at the Peace Center.
Indigo Girls

Upstate Beat: 30 Years of Indigo

Emily Saliers and Amy Ray often choose songs that jibe with current socio-political issues for their shows, but that’s not the only way for a song to find its way into the Girls’ set.
Steeldrivers

Bluegrass band The SteelDrivers returns to Greenville with new singer

After several lineup changes, the band has hit its stride

Ventriloquist, AGT winner Terry Fator brings show to Peace Center

Fator brings his cast of characters, including Winston the impersonating Turtle, to Peace Center in Greenville on Aug. 2 for one show only. 

Op-Ed: DRB’s Wyche Pavilion decision is hindering progress

Provincialism has always been a major deterrent to progress, and there is no more flagrant example of this than recent denial of the Peace Center to renovate the Wyche Pavilion by the City of Greenville’s Design & Review Board (DRB). 

Upstate psychedelic folk band Brother Oliver returns to the Peace Center

Brother Oliver has spent the last few years in the Upstate building…

Wildly popular ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ arrives at Peace Center

Paul’s Pick of the Week: The national tour of “Dear Evan Hansen,”…

Mo Willems’ Elephant & Piggie come to Greenville in ‘We Are in a Play’

Elephant and Piggie, Mo Willems’ beloved book characters, leap onto the Peace Center stage to dance their way into children’s and parents’ hearts alike.
Los Angeles quartet Dawes

Folk-rockers bring more expansive sound to the Peace Center on Saturday

For about four albums there, the Los Angeles quartet Dawes earned their…
Rhythm Percussionist and timpanist Will Harris

Local student percussionist’s rhythm carries him to Europe

Beating kitchen pots and pans with spoons as a child, Will Harris was born to be a drummer.