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Peace Center - Greenville, SC
The Peace Center, formerly known as the Peace Center for the Performing Arts, is a performing arts center. It is located at 300 S Main Street, Greenville, SC. There are 3 constituents of the venue; concert hall, theater, and amphitheater. The theater has a seating capacity of 2,112 (Peace Concert Hall), 1,450 (TD Stage), and 439 (Gunter Theatre). The Peace Center was opened to the general public on 10 November 1990, with a construction cost of $34 million. It underwent renovation in the year 2010 with a cost of $23 million. Craig, Gaulden, and Davis designed the architecture of the building.
The center hosts nearly 300 events annually including Broadway shows, classical music, along with some top artists performances. The venue is named in honor of a local Peace Family as per their donations of $10 million. The center is currently home to Carolina Ballet Theatre, Greenville Symphony Orchestra, South Carolina Children's Theater, and the International Ballet.
The center has hosted some notable events which are, a debate among Democratic presidential candidates, the first Republican debate for the 2012 presidential election, the ninth Republican debate for the 2016 presidential election, etc. Along with these events, some famous artists who performed here are Brian Setzer Orchestra and David Copperfield.
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