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  • Dawes

    Closed May 18, 2019

  • The Marcus King Band

    Jul 13, 2019

  • Chris Botti

    Jul 20, 2019

  • Brit Floyd

    Aug 3, 2019

  • Gladys Knight

    Aug 20, 2019

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Dawes

Closed May 18, 2019

Through a tapestry of warm vocals and sun-soaked guitar hooks, Dawes have made a name for themselves for replicating the feel of the Lauren Canyon sound of the 70's. But far from being a copy, the quartet are something retro inspired, but with a chilled vibe straight out of the present.

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The Marcus King Band

July 13, 2019

Still in his 20s, Marcus King has already been tapped as the next great guitarist by The Washington Post. With his intricate story-telling and stellar virtuosic talent on the guitar, this youngster and his band head out on another tour, bringing his upbeat Americana to you!

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Chris Botti

July 20, 2019

The world's top-selling instrumental artist Chris Botti has charm and talent in spades; the Italian American contemporary jazz trumpeter breathes new life into a range of different genres from American songbook standards to bebop classics by the likes of Miles Davis. Botti is not only a highly skilled musician but a consummate entertainer, with a gleam in his eye his onstage banter calls to mind the performers of jazz's golden age.

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Brit Floyd

August 3, 2019

This spectacular live concert features music from all 14 Pink Floyd studio albums plus a dazzling new light and laser show. Employing projections and animations, it sheds some light on the history of this iconic group and the differing egos and ideas of its members.

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Gladys Knight

August 20, 2019

Gladys Knight has never been pigeonholed by her early Motown years. With her backing band The Pips she was one of the label's brightest stars in the late sixties, recording, amongst others, the original version of I Heard it through the Grapevine. She isn't nicknamed 'The Empress of Soul' for nothing. Since then, however, she's dabbled in jazz, R'n'B, and gospel, and secured her place in the annals of movie history with the theme from 1989's Bond film License to Kill.

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Peace Center, 300 South Main St, Greenville, SC 29601

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