Greenville, SC

Upcoming in the Upstate: March 18-20

Alyza LeBlanc


March Madness is here in Greenville. NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournaments will be at Bon Secours Wellness Arena all weekend. If you want to catch some basketball for free, head over to the arena on the 17th. You can catch practice sessions without tournament tickets FREE OF CHARGE!


At The Clemson Little Theatre catch the production of “James and the Giant Peach” When James accidentally spills the crystals on his aunts' withered peach tree, he sets an adventure into motion.

Check out the musical “9 to 5” at Centre Stage in Greenville. A comedy and musical about three women, an overworked office manager, a jilted wife, and an objectified secretary who conspire to depose their and begin making woman-friendly changes in the workplace

The Electric City Playhouse in Anderson is featuring “I Hate Hamlet”. This comedy-drama is about fame, love and whether or not anyone still cares about Shakespeare.


Hagwood Mills Historical Site in Pickens invites all the adolescents of the upstate to join with them on Saturday for their Kids Fest. This fun filled day will include living history demos, food, music and much more.


Several options to tickle your funny bone this weekend:

Friday/Saturday, March 18th - 19th

Improv All-Stars at Alchamy Comedy at Coffee Underground

Saturday, March 19th

Check out the Brewery Comedy Tour at Thomas Creek

Sunday, March 20th

Duke Sloan is the featured comedian this weekend at The Comedy Zone


Head to Anderson for live music every Friday evening from 6-9pm in the beer garden of Magnetic South Brewery

The Wahalla Performing Arts Center presents “Ticket To The Moon”, which will take you on a flight through the music of Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) for a Saturday only performance.

The Peace Center welcomes back their Songwriters Series. Each concert brings a new guest singer/songwriter for a special experience held in Genevieve’s theatre lounge. This event will take place Friday at 8pm.

On Saturday and Sunday, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra will perform the Saint-Saens Organ Symphony conducted by Edvard Tchivzhel, featuring violinist, Laura Colgate. This will also take place at The Peace Center for a Saturday evening or Sunday matinee

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