Category Archives: Arts and Entertainment

Greenville Zoo to close for annual maintenance

Greenville SC - The Greenville Zoo will be closed to the general public from Monday, February 1 through Friday, February 12 for routine maintenance. Greenville Zoo staff, other City departments and community volunteers will use the annual two-week timeframe to clean, paint and make necessary repairs to areas within the 14-acre zoo. The zoo will reopen…
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Monster Jam coming to Bon Secours Wellness Arena Jan. 29-30

(Greenville, SC) – Monster Jam is roaring into the Bon Secours Wellness Arena for performances on Friday, January 29 at 7:30pm and Saturday, January 30th at 2:00pm & 7:30 pm. The event will feature Grave Digger (Randy Brown), Scooby Doo (Linsey Read), Strait Jacket (Kevin King), Predator (Allen Pezo), Prowler, Wild Thang Doug Charles), Big Kahuna (Shane England) &…
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Tickets on sale for College Baseball Series at Fluor Field

Greenville, SC – With the calendar officially turned to 2016, baseball is coming back to Downtown Greenville in short order, as the Greenville Drive have placed tickets on sale for the College Baseball Series at Fluor Field, bringing a unique brand of excitement to baseball fans in the Upstate and beyond. Fluor Field’s college baseball…
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Greenville Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Meet the Heroes’

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Greenville Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Edvard Tchivzhel will present the fourth concert in the Masterworks Series, “Meet the Heroes,” featuring award-winning violinist Benjamin Beilman on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, February 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. in The Peace Center Concert Hall. Mr. Beilman and the…
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Youth Theatre spring classes scheduled

Spartanburg Youth Theatre (SYT) will offer several classes and workshops this spring for students (K4-12), beginning the week of February 15.  Highlights include a musical theatre class focused on the Broadway hit Matilda the Musical, a six-week dance intensive covering several styles of musical theatre dance, and a create-your-own science fiction theatre class. Parents can register…
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New Orleans-style street band comes to Chapman

A new Upstate band – The Mill Town Brass Band – will make its debut performance at Chapman Cultural Center Sunday, Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. as the second concert of 2016 in the venue’s annual Winter Jazz Series. The Mill Town Brass Band is a nine-piece ensemble of some of the finest musicians in…
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Greenville Little Theatre to present ‘And Then There Were None’

The Greenville Little Theatre (GLT) is thrilled to present And Then There Were None, February 19 - March 6. This Agatha Christie play, based on her own best-selling mystery novel, is sure to leave audiences guessing whodunit in this thriller. Ten guests arrive on remote Soldier Island to find their host and hostess missing. A mysterious…
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Greenville Drive announce 2016 coaching staff

Greenville, SC – The Boston Red Sox have announced their minor league coaching staffs for the upcoming season, and there will be familiar faces on board as the Drive begin their second decade in Downtown Greenville and aim for a South Atlantic League championship in 2016. Darren Fenster returns as the Drive’s manager for the…
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Classic opera gets a twist at Converse College

SPARTANBURG, SC – Converse Opera Theatre and the Spartanburg Repertory Company are giving classic opera The Merry Widow a new twist, setting the comedy that originally took place in a pretend Slavic country at the turn of the 20th century in an extravagant future much like The Capitol in the popular Hunger Games series. This…
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