Hear that? It’s the scintillating sound of Greenville’s live music venues beckoning you to a performance you’ll never forget.
The concert scene is truly unmatched in our area — from A-list acts at Bon Secours Wellness Arena to standing-room-only acoustic shows, there’s a stage for any type of tune.
Put your hands in the air, wave ‘em like you just don’t care, then lay your eyes (and ears) on our guide.
Peace Center | 300 S. Main St.
From Broadway shows to memorable concerts, the Peace Center is a downtown staple that’s brought big names to Greenville since 1990.
Gunter Theatre | 300 S. Main St.
Offering a more intimate vibe, this smaller theatre venue is a member of the Peace Center family.
Standing room only
The Foundry | 701 Easley Bridge Rd., Unit 6030
Experience live music with cold beer, cocktails, and what the venue describes as “a truly unique atmosphere.”
Radio Room | 110 Poinsett Hwy. (Moving to Laurens Road in 2024)
The Radio Room was founded in 2012 and typically hosts 15-20 shows + events each month, like trivia, karaoke, and open mic comedy and poetry.
Swanson’s Warehouse | 12 N. Irvine St.
Swanson’s offers an intimate concert setting + features eclectic signs on the walls from the bygone days of our community.
Coming Soon: Coach Music Factory, 300 S. Main St.
With an estimated completion in 2024, this three-story music venue will take over the historic Coach Factory building, which is one of Greenville’s oldest pieces of architecture.
CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park | 861 SE Main St., Simpsonville
Hosting music festivals, country concerts, and a massive Fourth of July celebration, CCNB is Greenville County’s outdoor concert destination.
Peace Pavilion | 300 S Main St
Along the scenic overlook of the Reedy River, this stage hosts the Peace Center’s summer concerts + is often used for festivals and City of Greenville sponsored events.
NOMA Square | 220 N. Main St.
Home to Downtown Alive + Main Street Fridays, NOMA Square is the place to groove into the weekend with free live music during the summer.
Where’s your favorite place to catch live music in Greenville? We want to hear it for when we update this guide in the future.