2500 Broad Street
Sumter, SC 29150-1851
Phone: (803) 469-0200
Fax: (803) 469-7880
Hilton Field at Fort Jackson shot into fame for featuring one of the biggest artists of all times - Kid Rock. The venue specializes in concerts for the troops, but civilians are also welcome.
The Comedy House brings the laughter to Columbia. The variety of entertainers will put back the smile on your face. And if the hilarious guy on the stage looks familiar, it is because you probably have seen him on Comedy Central. The club brings some of the biggest names in comedy, like Chris Rock, Larry the Cable Guy, Steve Harvey, Jeff Foxworthy and many more.
One Unit Art Space is a contemporary concert venue that hosts live music shows. This venue is equipped with modern acoustics and lighting system that further enhances the amazing performances. Featuring gigs by renowned artists/bands, its quite a popular venue and every show is well-attended. For gig guide and other details, call ahead.
Cult Classic Custom Motor Club on Shop Road is a large bike and car custom shop as well as an underground music venue where bikes and music are customized to the tastes of visitors. Open on all days of the week, the club has regular visitors in the form of avid bikers and motorists who want to get a new look for their vehicles. In the evening, this garage turns into a lively concert venue where various hard metal bands show off their skills on stage. Expect stellar performances of local and national bands followed by rocking parties that run late into the night.
Grab some friends or your significant other for a classic date night. Nothing beats seeing the latest blockbuster with a fresh bag of buttery popcorn at Regal Swamp Fox Cinemas in Florence.
Host various events throughout the year, the Florence Civic Center is always buzzing with activity. Boasting 50,000 square feet of entertainment space, the center has hosted concerts, cultural events and conferences.
The Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home is located at Columbia, South Carolina. It was was of the childhood homes of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States. This house was built in the year 1872 in the cottage style of architecture. The house has got completely in 2013 C.E and it got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on February 23, 1972.
Township Auditorium is not only a place for concerts, plays, ballets, and other events, but also for business conventions and wedding receptions, which are hosted in the Green Room. Seating 3200 guests, the venue has played host to Willie Nelson, Steve Harvey and other world-famous performers. Cameras and laser pointers are prohibited inside, and smoking is strictly forbidden. Call for tickets or visit the website for updates.
This multi-purpose arena seats 12,400 people and is a popular venue for hockey and basketball. It also conducts magic shows, circuses, dance shows and other entertainment. Particularly popular is the Chicago Symphony, and so are all collegiate events of the University of South Carolina. The Coliseum is also home to the USC Gamecocks and the frenzy of fans on game days is worth watching. Check the website for event updates.
Located on the premises of the University of South Carolina, the Colonial Life Arena is where the university's basketball games are held. It's also South Carolina's largest arena, attracting large-scale productions such as the Ringling Brothers Circus and the Lipizzaner Stallions. Check the website for upcoming events and tickets.
Zoom Zoom Zoom! Feel your pulse rate rise as you watch ultra fast racing cars battle it out on the tracks of Darlington Raceway. Book your tickets in advance if you don't want to miss out on some energetic and high speed action as expert drivers put their lives at risk to be the first one to cross the finishing line. Come here to witness some of the most breathtaking car races and cheer your favorite racer. Tickets can be bought at the box office or via email and telephone. Visit the website for more information.
This beautiful structure is a historic residential building located in downtown Columbia. It was built between 1890–1900 and has a mixture of architectural styles. The house belonged to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, who played a crucial role in the Civil Rights Movement. She stayed here from the 1930's untill her death. The house does not have any tours that could let you peep into the activists's life, but it available for visits and group meetings. A reservation has to be done prior to your visit.