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With over 300 presenter members, we invite you to learn more about some of the venues that are a part of our NCPC community!

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA | CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA | WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA | BEYOND NORTH CAROLINA

Eastern North Carolina

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Edna Boykin Cultural Center

108 Nash Street NE, Wilson, NC 27893 | 252.291.4329www.wilsonarts.com

About: First opened in 1919 as a vaudeville theater, the Edna Boykin Cultural Center is a 600-seat performance and entertainment venue in Historic Downtown Wilson that offers a wide range of performances throughout the year.

Community Offerings: Youth Performing Arts Program, Rentals, Professional Touring Performance Series, Community Theater

Seating Size: 600

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Paramount Theatre

139 S. Center St., Goldsboro, NC 27530|919.583.8432|www.goldsboroparamount.com

About: Located in historic Downtown Goldsboro, the Paramount Theatre's mission is to nurture the community’s love for the performing arts and improve their quality of life by presenting high-caliber and diverse talent on a local and professional level. We educate and entertain while serving as a destination and landmark to the community’s history.

Community Offerings: Concerts, Musicals, Plays, School Shows, Graduations, Weddings, Movie Nights, Stand-Up Comedy and Comedy Acts, Magic Shows, Circus.

Seating Size: 500

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Sampson County Agri-Exposition Center

414 Warsaw Road, Clinton, NC 28328|910.592.6451|www.sampsonexpocenter.com

About: The Sampson County Exposition Center located in Clinton, North Carolina is a meeting and event venue that is the host the site for over 380 functions and events annually including weddings and wedding receptions, banquets, trade shows, seminars, concerts and a variety of other type events. The facility offers meeting and event planners a state-of-the-art facility containing over 30,000 square feet. The Sampson County Exposition Center is a perfect meeting location for your next event..

Community Offerings: The Sampson CenterStage Performing Arts Series was created to provide the citizens of Sampson and surrounding counties with the opportunity to attend live performing arts events of regional or national acclaim with performances that are not only entertaining; but that are diverse, and that offer wide appeal to a variety of audiences.

Seating Size: 1000

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Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. 

310 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, NC 28401910.632.2285| www.thalianhall.org

About: Opened in 1858, Historic Thalian Hall has served as the cultural hub of Wilmington NC for 165 years. Today, we host over 700 events annually with a robust mix of programming ranging from international talent to community theatre, film screenings, art exhibitions, and civic meetings. Our beautiful theatre holds a host of historic gems that can be found nowhere else and quickly finds a place in the hearts of all who visit.

Community Offerings: National and international touring groups, concerts, film screenings and festivals, theatre productions, community events, history tours, educational programs.

Seating Size: 545

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Central North Carolina

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Cain Center for the Arts

21348 Catawba Avenue, Cornelius, NC 28031980.689.3101www.cainarts.org

About: Located in the heart of Old Town Cornelius, Cain Center for the Arts first raised its curtain in 2023 to offer visual art experiences, performing arts events, diverse arts education, and lively social experiences to the Lake Norman community and beyond.

Community Offerings: Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Arts Education, Community Impact

Seating Size: 401

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Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater

315 North Chestnut Street, Lumberton, NC | 910.738.4339www.carolinaciviccenter.com

About: The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is a beautifully-restored 1928 treasure listed on the National Register of Historic Places that offers visitors a unique and visually stunning experience. First opened as a vaudeville and silent film house, the theater is now a multi-use cultural hub for Lumberton and Robeson County.

Community Offerings: The theater offers a wide array of programming including live touring performances, original productions, art exhibits, films, special events and rentals.

Seating Size: 450

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Carolina Theatre of Durham

309 W Morgan St. Durham, NC 27701 919.560.3030carolinatheatre.org

About: The Carolina Theatre of Durham is a historic nonprofit theater that offers live events, educational programs, and film.

Community Offerings: Live events, educational programming, and film.

Seating Size: 1048

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Carolina Theatre of Greensboro

310 South Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 | 336.333.2605 | carolinatheatre.com

About: Welcome to the Carolina Theatre, downtown Greensboro’s original performing arts center! Billed as the Showplace of the Carolinas when she opened in 1927, today the theatre is home to classic movies, music, & more, as well as local performances in our third-floor loft theatre, The Crown. Audiences enjoy the intimate setting of this majestic luxury theater, and hundreds of people visit each year just to go back in time, recapturing childhood memories and making new ones.

Community Offerings: Concerts from artists across all genres, classic and independent movies, theatre, dance and performing arts, comedy and stand-up, community arts, and local performances.

Seating Size: 1,075

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The Clayton Center

111 E. Second Street, Clayton NC 27520 | 919.553.1737theclaytoncenter.com

About: The community comes together at The Clayton Center — a beautifully renovated, 600-seat music, entertainment and event venue in the heart of historic Clayton, NC. Just a short drive from downtown Raleigh, The Clayton Center presents quality professional performances and provides the perfect venue for weddings, special events and other meetings.

Community Offerings: Music concerts, comedy, recitals, school programming, special events, business meetings, social events

Seating Size: 607

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Davis Theatre-Cabarrus Arts Council

65 Union Street S, Concord, NC 28025 | 704.920.2787cabarrusartscouncil.org

About: The Davis Theatre of the Cabarrus Arts Council is an intimate venue located on the second floor of the Historic Courthouse building in beautiful downtown Concord, NC, only steps away from wonderful restaurants and shopping. Downstairs we have a lovely visual arts gallery space.

Community Offerings: Concerts

Seating Size: 220

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DPAC

123 Vivian Street, Durham, NC 27701 | 919.688.3722www.DPACnc.com

About: DPAC is proud to present some of the biggest shows and stars in the world in an intimate 2,700-seat setting where the guest experience reigns supreme. With a mission of presenting one-of-a-kind live entertainment events, DPAC truly has “something for everyone,” hosting up to 600,000 guests per year to its 250 plus performances.

Community Offerings: Each season, the stage at DPAC comes alive with spectacular touring Broadway productions, high-profile concerts and comedy events, family shows and special events of all kinds.

Seating Size: 2700

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Fuquay Varina Arts Center

123 E Vance Street | 919.567.3920FVArts.org

About: The Fuquay Varina Arts Center is the cultural hub of the community, and includes classrooms, dance studios, gallery space, and a lovely, intimate theatre. The theatre features a large (40 X 24) stage, green room, and large dressing rooms. The Arts Center has been open since 2019 and is an active gathering space for the community and region.

Community Offerings: The Theatre at the Arts Center is home to community programs--Community Theatre, Fuquay Varina Chorale, Young Actors Theatre--as well as offering a full slate of concerts, movies, theatrical and musical productions. The theatre, as well as other areas at the Arts Center, are also available for rent.

Seating Size: 286

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Garner Performing Arts Center

742 West Garner Road, Garner, NC 27529 | 919.661.4602

www.garnerperformingartscenter.com

About: The Garner Performing Arts Center (GPAC) is a vibrant hub for local to international performing arts events. Located conveniently in the Historic District of Downtown Garner, we offer a broad range of professional music, theater, dance, and comedy events as well as arts-based camps and classes for all ages. The venue is also available for rent for community performing arts groups.

Community Offerings: Concerts, Plays, Family Entertainment

Seating Size: 471

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High Point Theatre

220 E. Commerce Ave., High Point NC 27260 | 336.887.3001www.highpointtheatre.com

About: HPT is a full service PAC with excellent amenities. Quality Lights, Sound, Rigging, Box Office and an amazing staff.

Community Offerings: Concerts, Comedy, Community Theatre and Dance productions, Dance recitals and competitions, meetings and special events.

Seating Size: 900

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Richmond Community College Cole Auditorium

1042 W. Hamlet Avenue, Hamlet, NC 28345 | 910.410.1691 | 

www.richmondcc.edu/cole-auditorium

About: The Robert L. and Elizabeth S. Cole Auditorium & Community Center; a 1,000 seat performing arts space. Opened in late 1999, the facility is located in rural Hamlet, NC, centrally located to Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and Wilmington. The facility host an annual performing art series and community and rental events throughout the year.

Community Offerings: Family, Country, Americana, Broadway, Variety, Nostalgia

Seating Size: 1,000

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Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for the Arts and Civic Engagement

2319 Wellesley Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28274 | 704.337.2466

www.queens.edu/arts/about-the-gambrell-center

About: The newly renovated Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for the Arts and Civic Engagement reopened in February 2020 as a home for the arts programs of Queens University. The 63,000 square foot arts complex houses a 992-seat theatre, 150-seat recital hall, three art galleries, a variety of practice and classrooms, a music therapy suite, and the academic programs of the Art, Design and Music Department and Gambrell Center team.

Community Offerings: Gambrell facilities host over 500 events annually ranging from presented concerts, art exhibitions, lectures, symposia, plays, films, and a wide variety of campus and community sponsored events.

Seating Size: Sandra Levine Theatre: 992 & Greenhoot Recital Hall: 150

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Wake Forest Renaissance Centre

405 Brooks St. Wake Forest, NC 27587 | 919.435.9458www.wakeforestrencen.org

About: The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre is THE PLACE where our community gathers to celebrate and enjoy the arts. It is a multi-purpose facility providing visual and performing arts programming for people of all ages, while also serving as popular venue for a variety of community events.

Community Offerings: Through exhibitions, workshops, community theatre, classes, concerts and related events, the Renaissance Centre offers a variety of programming. It provides an inclusive environment that enriches the lives of members of the community, while encouraging and facilitating a flourishing arts community across cultures, generations, and disciplines.

Seating Size: Flexible

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Western North Carolina

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Appalachian Theatre of the High Country

559 W King Street Boone, NC 28607 | 828.865.3000www.apptheatre.org

About: The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country is a historic Art Deco theatre built in 1938, renovated and restored to a 629-seat state-of-the-art performance venue which reopened to audiences in October 2019 to serve the North Carolina High Country region as a non-profit performing arts center.

Community Offerings: Programming includes a diverse array of live performances, concerts, films, educational, community arts and civic events.

Seating Size: 629

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John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center

199 Centennial Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723 | 828.227.2479bardo.wcu.edu

About: The John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University is your cultural catalyst for the creative arts. Visit the accredited WCU Fine Art Museum and experience meaningful engagement with contemporary works of art and artists featured in four galleries, a growing permanent collection, and rotating exhibitions highlighting regional, national, and international artists. Come and see live performances to cinema experiences; the BAC Performance Hall provides the campus and community access to internationally acclaimed artists and regional favorites.

Community Offerings: Bardo Arts Center (BAC) opened its doors in 2005 in a deliberate move to serve the region as a cultural catalyst to inspire, enrich and educate communities in Western North Carolina. Today, BAC serves audiences of all ages across Western North Carolina and empowers the regions artists and organizations through collaborative programming and community-based initiatives. Situated on the site of several early Cherokee settlements, Bardo Arts Center features numerous Cherokee-inspired design elements.

Seating Size: 904 and 14 handicap seats

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CoMMA Performing Arts Center

401 S. College Street, Morganton, NC 28655 | 828.433.7469www.commaonline.org

About: In 1986, CoMMA, opened its doors to a full house for the performance of “The Tap Dance Kid”. Since then, the theatre has hosted national tours of Broadway musicals, concerts, dance and more! CoMMA is the envy of many cities across western North Carolina and has brought affordable entertainment to Morganton residents that they otherwise may never have had the chance to enjoy.

Community Offerings: Broadway, Concerts, Family Programming, Comedy, and Variety

Seating Size: 1046

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Highlands Performing Arts Center

507 Chestnut St., Highlands NC 28741 | 828.526.9047| www.HighlandsPerformingArts.com

About: The Highlands Performing Arts Center offers live music, PAC Educational Theater program, a Live On-Screen Series including the MET Opera, the National Theatre, Great Art on Screen and movies. In addition, we are the home of three resident companies: the Highlands Cashiers Chamber Music Festival, the Highlands Cashiers Players and the Mountain Theatre Company.

Community Offerings: Live Music, dance, theatre and educational programs

Seating Size: 298 and 210

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Parker Concert Hall

141 Milner Circle, Brevard, NC 28712 | 828.862.2100www.brevardmusic.org

About: Brevard Music Center's breathtaking new lakeside structure–its first major construction project in more than 50 years–makes its long-awaited debut. Overlooking scenic Lake Milner and designed by Platt Architecture PA, the $6 million Parker Concert Hall is BMC's first ever year-round performance venue and the first multi-purpose event space built since Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium in 1964.

Community Offerings: Classical, Pops, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and more.

Seating Size: 400

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Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts

733 Rivers Street, Boone, NC 28608 | 828.262.4046TheSchaeferCenter.org

About: Appalachian State University’s state-of-the-art, 1,660-seat venue is home to a multitude of campus and community events, as well as to two established performing arts series, The Schaefer Center Presents and An Appalachian Summer Festival, which feature visiting artists from across the region, nation and world.

Community Offerings: Music, dance, theatre, film, speaking engagements

Seating Size: 1,660

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Tryon Fine Arts Center

34 Melrose Avenue, Tryon, NC 28782 | 828.859.8322tryonarts.org

About: Tryon Fine Arts Center opened it's doors in 1969 and was originally founded as a home for the many active arts organizations in the Foothills. While these organizations have matured and found homes of their own, Tryon Fine Arts Center has grown into a thriving arts center, engaging the community with performing and visual arts events throughout the year.

Community Offerings: Tryon Fine Arts Center is the the creative driving force for performances, exhibits, film, dance, arts and music education, and community partnerships in the Foothills.

Seating Size: 315 - Main Stage, 150 - Amphitheater, 220 - Pavilion

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Wortham Center for the Performing Arts

18 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801 | 828.257.4530www.worthamarts.org

About: Western North Carolina's premier venue for the performing arts, conferences, film, and more with three spaces, the Diana Wortham Theatre, Tina McGuire Black Box Theatre, and the Henry LaBrun Studio.

Community Offerings: Wortham Presents Series--World class performing arts from around the world. Rentals --Performing arts, conferences, films, festivals. Classes--Dance, Theatre, Yoga

Seating Size: Diana Wortham Theatre: 500. Tina McGuire Black Box: 50-90. Henry LaBrun Studio: 50

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Beyond North Carolina


Aiken Performing Arts (APA)

126 Newberry Street SW, Aiken, SC 29801803.643.4774www.AikenArts.com

About: APA is a presenting organization that brings world class professional performing artists in various genres to the stage in Aiken. APA also provides educational outreach to the students of Aiken County. Our Instruments in Your Attic program places unused and refurbished instruments into the schools.

Community Offerings: Professional performing artists of various genres.

Seating Size: 319

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Alhambra Theatre

507 South Main Street, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 | 270.885.4295www.pennyroyalarts.org

About: The Alhambra Theatre’s marquee first brightened Hopkinsville’s Main Street on May 28, 1928, just a year before the Great Depression, as an invitation to be entertained and to share memorable experiences with friends and neighbors. Multiple renovations to the theatre have been completed with the last major renovation in November 2018, including redesigning the lobby while maintaining architectural elements and concepts and adding state-of-the-art stage lighting, a new stage floor, curtains, sprinkler systems, handicap-accessible bathrooms and other features the original layout did not offer. The renovation also included an expansion of the theater’s square footage into the building’s second floor, which is now called The Hall at the Alhambra and has a bar and seating for about 80 people.

Community Offerings: Programming includes the Live at the Alhambra series which features a wide variety of artists, including, but not limited to, tribute artists, dance troupes, and comedians. Our programming also includes the smARTS series, which features educational cultural arts performances selected to complement and enrich the classroom experience offered to students in the community.

Seating Size: 650

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Brooks Center for the Performing Arts

141 Jersey Lane Clemson, SC 29670 | 864.656.7787clemson.edu/brooks

About: The Brooks Center has been the hub for the performing arts in Clemson for three decades. The 979-seat auditorium offers affordable professional music, theatre and dance performances by artists from around the world. The Brooks Center is also home to the Utsey Chamber Music Series which presents free, world-class chamber music concerts.

Community Offerings: Professional music, dance, and theatre performances, as well as education performances and Clemson student ensemble performances.

Seating Size: 979

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Clover School District Auditorium

1625 Highway 55 East, Clover, SC 29710 | 803.222.8018www.clover.k12.sc.us/csda

About: Since opening in 1994, Clover School District Auditorium has been fulfilling its mission of educating, enlightening, enriching, and entertaining the entire community, The auditorium hosts a wide variety of events by local school groups including Clover High School’s South Carolina State Championship Band and Chorus groups.. CSDA is also home to community events including-theater, concerts, dance recitals, church, and civic events. The CSDA Performing Arts Series features comedy, dance, drama, and musical performances featuring artists with local, regional, national, and international acclaim.

Community Offerings: Theatre, comedy, drama, music concerts, dance, family, educational events, community events, art exhibits

Seating Size: 1500

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Earl & Rachel Smith Strand Theatre

117 North Park Square, Marietta GA 30060 | 770.293.0080 | www.strandmarietta.org

About: Located on historic Marietta Square, the iconic building opened its doors on Sept. 24, 1935. Built in the elegant Art Deco style of the time, the opulent red and gold auditorium transports visitors back to the Golden Age of cinema.

Community Offerings: Concerts, Film, Silent Film with Organ Accompaniment, Musicals, Musical Reviews, Educational

Seating Size: 531

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The Etherredge Center for the Fine and Performing Arts

340 Scholar Loop, Aiken, SC, 29801 | 803.641.3305www.usca.edu/etherredge-center

About: The Etherredge Center houses a 687-seat proscenium theatre and the 100-seat O’Connell Theatre. The two-floor lobby holds art galleries in which receptions, info fairs, and presentations can be held. The Etherredge hosts a wide variety of local music, dance and theatrical talent.

Community Offerings: Every year the Etherredge Center hosts the Cultural Series, a six-performance series of talent from all art disciplines from around the world. These performances could be from jazz to country to classical, Japanese drumming, circus acts, or Shakespeare! The annual Carolina Series highlights three artists from South Carolina in performances or gallery installations.

Seating Size: 687

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Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center

201 S. Dargan Street, Florence SC 29506 | 843.661.4444 fmupac.org

About: Beautiful state of the art venue located in downtown Florence, SC. Home of the Spotlight Series featuring outstanding artists, the Florence Symphony Orchestra, and local and university based groups.

Community Offerings: Concerts, dance, theater, community based gatherings

Seating Size: 847

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The Harrell Performing Arts Theatre

440 W Powell Road Collierville, TN 38017 | 901.457.2780 |

Harrell Performing Arts Theatre


About: The Town of Collierville, situated outside of Memphis, TN, aims to enhance and strengthen community bonds by fostering an interest in the arts, with the Harrell Performing Arts Theatre serving as its main stage. Since its opening in 1987, the theatre has met the evolving needs of the Collierville community by offering community theater productions, school performances, and hosting performing artists for the enjoyment of its citizens.

Community Offerings: Currently community theater for adults and children, rental opportunities, and building a future performing arts season.

Seating Size: 350

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The Lincoln Theatre

117 E Main Street, Marion, Virginia 24354 | 276.783.6092www.thelincoln.org

About: Located in the heart of Marion, Virginia's vibrant downtown district, The Lincoln Theatre is a gorgeously restored theatre in the Mayan Revival style, offering year-round entertainment and live music. Tours of the historic theatre are offered at no charge during business hours.

Community Offerings: Music, Films, Live Theatre, Comedy, and more!

Seating Size: 500

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Niwonger Performing Arts Center

212 Tusculum Blvd, Greeneville, TN 37745 | 423.638.1679www.npacgreeneville.com

About: The Niswonger Performing Arts Center (NPAC) is a regional performing arts center located in historic downtown Greeneville, Tennessee.

Community Offerings: We present all genres of music, touring theatrical productions, comedy, dance and family programming.

Seating Size: 1150

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The Paramount Theater of Charlottesville

215 East Main Street Charlottesville, VA 22902 | 434.979.1333 | theparamount.net

About: The Paramount Theater, located on the historic Downtown Mall, first opened in 1931 and is a member of the League of Historic American Theaters. With nearly 300 annual events, The Paramount's calendar includes classic films, world-class live performances, renowned theatre and opera broadcasts, and community events on the stage and screen.

Community Offerings: Films. Live Music. Speakers. Broadcasts. Stand Up Comedy. Free Community Events.

Seating Size: 1,041

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Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art

18 Reserve Drive, Pawleys Island, SC 29585 | 843.626.8911www.pawleysmusic.com

About: The Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art is a 3 week outdoor festival held under a performance tent that seats 1000. We provide stage, lights and sound as well as a beautiful venue situated on a luxurious private golf course. We also present 3 performances in February in an enclosed venue, The Village House, that seats 225.

Community Offerings: We present every genre of performance to our community along with outreach is possible into the schools K-12.

Seating Size: 1,000

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Shenandoah Valley Music Festival

81 Shrine Mont Circle, Orkney Springs, VA, 22845 | 540.459.3396Musicfest.org

About: Our outdoor concert venue is the Pavilion at Shrine Mont, a beautiful historic retreat and conference center in Orkney Springs, Va. The venue’s location at the foot of Great North Mountain provides a stunning backdrop for our evening concerts, and its modest size allows for great views of the stage from both the pavilion and lawn seating areas.

Community Offerings: We present a summer concert series featuring artists from of variety of genres including pop-rock, country, Americana, bluegrass, Motown, R&B, and symphonic music.

Seating Size: 2,000

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Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts

110 West Finney Avenue Suffolk, Virginia 23434 | 757.923.0003www.suffolkcenter.org

About: Suffolk Center’s Birdsong Theater is a 503-seat auditorium that hosts a range of musical performances and plays and is also available for private rental. What we’ve discovered is there are no bad seats here!

Community Offerings: Theatrical Performances, Student Matinee Performances, Movies, Concerts, Dance, Rentals

Seating Size: 503

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Sumter Opera House

21 N Main St. Sumter, SC 29150 | 803.436.2616www.sumteroperahouse.com

About: The Sumter Opera House is a beautiful, historic theater in the heart of downtown Sumter, SC. Since 1895, the opera house continues to promote the arts as a catalyst for community vibrancy, quality of life, education, economic development, and serves to enrich the cultural lives of our community, neighbors and visitors by promoting diverse creative experiences.

Community Offerings: Live music from community musicians to top level artists and bands, educational theater for children, comedy, magic and more.

Seating Size: 500

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