The Peace Center

The Peace Center is at the heart of Greenville’s award-winning downtown, located on the southwest corner of Main and West Broad Street.
 
Shows & Performances:
The Peace Center presents the finest performers. Architecturally and acoustically it is an amazing place to see a show! In fact, many of the world’s top performers look forward to returning again and again, and consider the Peace Center one of their favorite places to play.
 
The Peace Center is also home to five resident companies: Carolina Ballet Theatre, Greenville Chorale, Greenville Symphony, International Ballet and South Carolina Children’s Theatre.
 
Conferences, Meetings & Special Events:
 Offering a multitude of venues and meeting spaces, the Peace Center is the perfect setting for performances, group outings, business meetings, weddings, receptions and holiday parties. 
 
The facility includes the Peace Concert Hall, the Gunter Theatre, the TD Stage, Certus Loft, Huguenot Mill, the Wyche Pavilion and a theatre lounge, Genevieve's.  

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General Information
  • Information Sheet: https://Greenville.simpleviewcrm.com/docs/amenities/10108_PeaceCenterFactSheet1.pdf
  • Days Open: 7
  • Hours of Operation: 10-6; varies by showtime
  • ADA Compliant:
  • 100% Smoke Free:
  • Payment Methods Accepted:
    • Cash
    • Check
    • American Express
    • Discover
    • Master Card
    • Visa
  • Discounts Offered:
    • Group Discounts
    • Student
  • Minutes To GSP Airport: 20
  • Minutes to TD Convention Center: 10
  • Miles to TD Convention Center: 3
  • Miles to Bon Secours Wellness Arena: 1
Attractions
Venue Information
  • Indoor Venue:
  • Outdoor Venue:
  • Audience Seating: Indoor: 2200
  • A/V Equipment Available:
  • Catering Available:
  • Full Bar:
Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Description Genevieve's: Interior Space: 4000 square feet Balcony: 800 square feet Seated Capacity: 150 indoors. An additional 40 on balcony. Cocktail Reception Capacity: 250 indoors. An additional 50 on the balcony. Ambiance: Dramatic, sophisticated architecture with a breathtaking view of the Riverwalk, TD Stage, and lights of Riverplace. Accessibility: ADA standards.
  • Floorplan File Floorplan File
  • Reception Capacity 250
  • Number of Rooms 4
  • Large floor Plan PDF Large floor Plan PDF
Huguenot Mill Loft
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 8400
  • Banquet Capacity: 350
  • Reception Capacity: 400
Genevieve's
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 4800
  • Banquet Capacity: 150
  • Reception Capacity: 250
Huguenot Mill
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 2600
  • Reception Capacity: 100

September

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Sep 25 2018 - Sep 25 2018

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Sep. 25

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September

28

Sep 28 2018 - Sep 28 2018

September 28

Sep. 28

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October

02

Oct 02 2018 - Oct 07 2018

October 02

Dates vary between October 2, 2018 - October 7, 2018

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October

08

Oct 08 2018 - Oct 10 2018

October 08

Oct. 08 - Oct. 10

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October

16

Oct 16 2018 - Oct 17 2018

October 16

Oct. 16 - Oct. 17

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October

18

Oct 18 2018 - Oct 18 2018

October 18

Oct. 18

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October

20

Oct 20 2018 - Oct 20 2018

October 20

Oct. 20

Following up on the sold-out success of the Herring Chamber Ensemble’s performance of a bluegrass mass in 2017, the Chorale is very excited to open the season with a little...

October

21

Oct 21 2018 - Oct 21 2018

October 21

Oct. 21

The Carolina Youth Symphony performs in the Peace Center Concert Hall. The Youth Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Dr. Leslie Hicken, will be joined on the concert by 21...

October

23

Oct 23 2018 - Oct 28 2018

October 23

Dates vary between October 23, 2018 - October 28, 2018

Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical Anastasia is on a journey to Greenville at last! From the Tony Award ® -winning creators of the...

October

31

Oct 31 2018 - Nov 02 2018

October 31

Dates vary between October 31, 2018 - November 2, 2018

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November

01

Nov 01 2018 - Nov 01 2018

November 01

Nov. 01

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November

02

Nov 02 2018 - Nov 04 2018

November 02

Nov. 02 - Nov. 04

Reedy Reels Film Festival promotes the appreciation of the art of filmmaking while generating support for independent film-makers especially in the Upstate. The festival...

November

05

Nov 05 2018 - Nov 05 2018

November 05

Nov. 05

You know magic when you see it, touch it, or hear it. Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Ben Rector uncovers that feeling with anthems equally rooted in whimsical...

November

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Nov 06 2018 - Nov 06 2018

November 06

Nov. 06

Masterful genre-benders and the leading virtuosos on their respective instruments, Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain, and Edgar Meyer move with ease among the worlds of classical,...

November

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Nov 09 2018 - Nov 09 2018

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Nov 11 2018 - Nov 11 2018

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November

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Nov 13 2018 - Nov 13 2018

November 13

Nov. 13

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November

13

Nov 13 2018 - Nov 13 2018

November 13

Nov. 13

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November

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Nov 15 2018 - Nov 15 2018

November 15

Nov. 15

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December

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Dec 01 2018 - Dec 09 2018

December 01

Dates vary between December 1, 2018 - December 9, 2018

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December

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Dec 04 2018 - Dec 16 2018

December 04

Dec. 04 - Dec. 16

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December

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Dec 18 2018 - Dec 18 2018

December 18

Dec. 18

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December

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Dec 20 2018 - Dec 20 2018

December 20

Dec. 20

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December

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Dec 21 2018 - Dec 23 2018

December 21

Dec. 21 - Dec. 23

The holiday classic returns featuring the Greenville Symphony Orchestra and guest stars internationally acclaimed dancers Adiarys Almeida and Taras Domitro along with the...

February

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Feb 13 2019 - Feb 13 2019

February 13

Feb. 13

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February

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Feb 21 2019 - Feb 21 2019

February 21

Feb. 21

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February

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Feb 24 2019 - Feb 24 2019

February 24

Feb. 24

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April

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Apr 11 2019 - Apr 11 2019

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