315 N. Duncan Bypass
Union, SC 29379
Phone: (864) 427-5060
Fax: (864) 427-9135
315 N. Duncan Bypass US 176, Union, SC, US, 29379
- Phone: (864) 427-5060
- Fax: (864) 427-9135
The 6500-seater Bailey Memorial Stadium is more than just a stadium, it's an experience. The ardent Presbyterian College Blue Hose fans support their teams wholeheartedly to bring out the best in the players. Opened in 2004, the stadium kicks off a game of football on a high note. If you are a Blue Hose fan, the stadium will serve you in the best possible way. Call ahead for more details.
Located on the campus of the Presbyterian College in Clinton, Templeton Physical Education Center is a prominent multi-purpose facility. Comprising a 2500-seat arena, a multi-purpose space, and classrooms, this facility plays a prominent role in student life at the college. The arena is also home to the college's Blue Hose basketball and volleyball teams. See the website or call to know more.
Located just a stone's throw away from the Hillcrest Shopping center, the Carmike 7 runs great first run Hollywood movies. Each of the seven theaters therein screens the movies with digital projection technology, thus the images on screen as crisp and clear.
Presenting the Upcountry with world-class music for more than a century, this philharmonic offers performances ranging from classical to folk music, as well as from ethnic to pop music. Their concert season is from September to May.
The oldest, full scale children's theater in South Carolina, this theatre company performs four productions annually at the David W. Reid Playhouse in Camp Croft and offers classes in drama, theater arts, and puppetry.
Over 150 events are featured each year at this music college with events including recitals, concerts, and performances by students, as well as lectures and master classes by some of the most gifted musicians in the world.
The oldest college theatre group in the country, the Converse College Theatre Department performs three major productions each year, as well as numerous studio productions and special event performances.
Built in 1851 with Gothic Revival style of architecture, the Episcopal Church of the Advent is one of the historic churches that continue to function till date. With a lot of struggle, it has strived to exist even today. The splendid exteriors and the soothing interiors of the building make it a beautiful place of worship. Regular services, including religious ceremonies are held at the church.
Twichell Auditorium is an entertainment venue located at Converse College. With a 1500 seats available, Twichell can accommodate even the most popular of performances.
Morgan Square is in the center of downtown Spartanburg. Located in the city's historic district, this public-space is host to many local events.
The Chapman Cultural Center is a vital part of the Spartanburg community. The Center provides ample space for arts to flourish. The David Reid Theatre, Black Box Theatre and the Spartanburg Dance Center have the stage and the seating for performing arts events that can range from theater productions to modern dance. The Spartanburg Art Museum Art Gallery, the Artists' Guild Gallery and Student Galleries hang art from both local and visiting artists. The Spartanburg Science Center and the Spartanburg Art Museum Art Studio hold a number of classes, some of which are available to adults.
Located in the Chapman Cultural Center, the David Reid Theatre has been host to great performances, community events and large gatherings for private events. There are side parterres and a balcony that adds to the allure of this classically styled theater. This horse-shoe shaped venue can has 500 seats available. The Spartanburg Little Theatre use this space for their productions throughout the year.