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Best Shows This Fall

in Greenville

The Lion King at Peace Concert Hall

The Lion King

Still going strong after two incredible decades, this Tony Award-winning extravaganza will delight, enthral and bring out your inner cub. Based on the 1994 Disney movie, The Lion King incorporates several changes and additions to the storyline as compared to the film, making for a whole new experience, suitable for everyone in the family. Touring across the country, don't miss your chance to see this Disney masterpiece!

& Juliet at Peace Concert Hall

& Juliet

Nominated for nine Tony Awards, including Best New Musical! If you've been waiting for a musical that features the hits of Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys and The Weeknd, then your day is finally here! Following its rapturous run on Broadway, & Juliet features music by songwriter extraordinaire Max Martin and now is heading out on tour! This new brand new tuner is bound to be a season highlight and unforgettable night out!

Nikki Glaser at Peace Concert Hall

Nikki Glaser

If you've ever had the pleasure of seeing an episode of Comedy Central mainstay 'Not Safe with Nikki Glaser', then you'll be well acquainted with her unapologetic, no-holds-barred comedy style, but you may still blush when confronted with her racy live stand-up routine. Leaving no stone unturned when it comes topics including sex, relationships, the single life, Target fashion triumphs and invasive TSA practices, Glaser spreads her mischievous glee around venues across North America on 'The Good Girl' tour and 'The Alive and Unwell' tour (From 14 September 2024)!

For King And Country at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

For King And Country

The Grammy winners For KING AND COUNTRY are back with the 'Unsung Hero: The Tour'! Hailing from the land of Oz, Christian Contemporary Music duo For King And Country have taken their new homeland by storm with soaring praise anthems, emotionally charged lyrics and a reputation for theatrical, percussive and high-energy live shows that keeps their fan base growing.

Hootie and the Blowfish at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Hootie and the Blowfish

Hardly needing an introduction, Hootie and the Blowfish were a quintessential component of the 90s rock scene. They even feature on a (now classic) episode of Friends - and we all know that that show is the epitome of all things 90s. If you're still reeling from their break-up, you'll be very excited to hear that they are back together, ready to head on an extensive tour in 2024! Will you be one of the lucky ones to see Hootie and the Blowfish live in concert once more?

Little Big Town at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Little Big Town

Making their mark in mainstream Country with their unique four-part vocal harmonies, Little Big Town combines their sumptuously layered vocal with the bluesy grit of traditional country and a contemporary big production sound, culminating in Fleetwood Mac-esque melodies and a hard rocking country aesthetic.

Disney Junior Live On Tour at Peace Concert Hall

Disney Junior Live On Tour

Hey kids, Mickey's back and he's brought all his friends. This fall, Disney Jr. will be making its way around the United States in the Let's Play Live tour, and will be bringing all your little ones' favorite characters to a stage near you. And if that's not enough, for the first time Ariel and SuperKitties Bitsy will be joining Mickey on stage for dances and songs. Perfect for preschoolers and the whole family, make this your first experience of where the magic begins with the House of Mouse!

Sal Vulcano at Peace Concert Hall

Sal Vulcano

Comedian Sal Vulcano is best known for his role on truTV's 'Impractical Jokers,' a hidden camera reality television show where Sal and his co-stars go through various challenges with the loser having to perform the worst challenge. Sal's upcoming tour will showcase his talent for producing hilarious stand up.

Tyler Hubbard at The Blind Horse Saloon

Tyler Hubbard

Tyler Hubbard is hitting the road this year on a new tour with support from Austin Williams. You may know him from the country band Florida Georgia Line, Hubbard and Brian Kelly's band they started after meeting in college. With the band on hiatus, Hubbard is blessing the country with his solo act, proving that there is no such thing as too much country!

Parker McCollum at CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park

Parker McCollum

Austin-born singer-songwriter Parker McCollum is relatively new on the scene, releasing his debut album, 'The Limestone Kid', in early 2015. But don't let that fool you - he's swiftly become one of country musics' ones to watch. Make a date to see this rising star live on stage and discover what makes him such a special new sound.

85 South at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

85 South

From auspicious beginnings in Steve Harvey's very own studio, the 85 South Comedy Show made their way onto the podcast scene with the tagline 'a podcast for people who know what a podcast is'. Legend has it, the rib-tickling trio behind the show (namely Atlanta actors and comedians DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Clayton English) were unceremoniously kicked out of the aforementioned studio, but stuck to their guns and carved a niche by bringing the freshest comedic talent from the South onto their platform to perform free-styles, stand-up routines and hilarious audio sketches.

MercyMe at Bon Secours Wellness Arena

MercyMe

Christian contemporary indie rock outfit MercyMe burst out of Greenville, Texas in the early 90s with a brand new worship sound. Catch the Dove Award winners as they head out on tour. Over the years the band has explored a range of genres from pop to rock, with a whole lotta gospel and hymnal music thrown in for good measure. By experimenting with current trends but staying true to their roots, they're able to garner new young fans without alienating the old guard.

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