Peace Center Venues
The spaces that make up the Peace Center’s six-acre campus along the Reedy River reflect a focus on meeting community needs to entertain, gather, educate, and inspire. The three main performance venues provide ranges in capacity and state-of-the art technology to meet the most demanding requirements of artists and performance companies at the local and global levels. Additional spaces are great for meetings, parties, and workshops.
Peace Concert Hall
The Peace Concert Hall seats 2,100 and features state of the art acoustics. It boasts technology capable of catering to the most complex production requirements. The Concert Hall is the venue of choice for Broadway tours, large concerts, lectures, dance performances, and comedy events, among others.
The Gunter Theatre seats 400 and is home to most performances in the Peace Passport Field Trip series. It is also an ideal setting for chamber ensembles, films, recitals, children’s theater, and large corporate meetings.
The TD Stage offers outdoor seating for 1,200 along the scenic overlook of the Reedy River. This stage hosts the Peace Center’s summer concerts, featuring everything from singer-songwriters to Carolina beach music. The venue is often used for festivals and City of Greenville sponsored events.
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Genevieve’s is an elegant patron lounge located in the Peace Concert Hall lobby, just steps away from the performance. Featuring soaring two-story ceilings, dramatic lighting and contemporary décor, Genevieve’s is open before and after most Peace Center presented events, as well as at intermission. With a sliding glass wall and balcony that overlooks the Reedy River and the TD Stage, Genevieve’s offers prime seating for outdoor concerts. Genevieve’s hosts live and local concerts and songwriter’s concerts, offering an intimate listening room experience. The space is frequently rented for special events.
The Wyche Pavilion is one of Greenville’s oldest commercial buildings, built in the early 1900s as a paint shop for the Greenville Coach Factory. The brick structure overlooking the Reedy River is a favorite for weddings, dinner parties, and large social gatherings. A proposed restoration project will enclose the space, allowing for year-round use and providing an intimate venue for music performances.
The Huguenot Loft offers more than 8,000 square feet of event space in the restored Huguenot Mill, which was built circa 1880 with a focus on textile manufacturing. The space is most often used for weddings, receptions, and corporate events.
Ramsaur Studio, located in the Huguenot Mill, offers 2,700 square feet of space. The studio is the home of the Peace Center’s Community Impact programs, including the Peace Talks and Peace Voices programs, as well as master classes and workshops.