1. Charleston Symphony Orchestra

    The Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is the largest resident orchestra in South Carolina and plays most of its concerts in downtown Charleston at the Gaillard Center.

  2. North Charleston POPS

    The North Charleston POPS! is a fully professional orchestra dedicated to bringing music of a popular nature to the Lowcountry. It has a unique style of combining an orchestra with other genres of music and vocalists, as well as video delights.

  3. Summerville Orchestra

    The Summerville Orchestra is comprised of amateur and professional musicians from Summerville, South Carolina and the surrounding Charleston area. The group specializes in pushing the boundaries of orchestral music to provide culturally relevant, entertaining, and accessible concerts for people of all ages.

  4. Charleston Gaillard Center

    The Charleston Gaillard provides the Lowcountry with a world-class performance hall, elegant venue space, and vibrant educational opportunities.

  5. Charleston Music Hall

    Centrally located in the Upper King Street area of Historic Downtown Charleston, the Charleston Music Hall is an outstanding venue for shows of all varieties. The Hall is conveniently located next door to two award-winning hotels and three nationally acclaimed restaurants.

  6. North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center

    The North Charleston Coliseum, Performing Arts Center, and Charleston Area Convention Center campus is the Lowcountry’s premier destination for live entertainment & sports.

  7. Charleston Pour House

    The Pour House is a home-grown, independently operated music venue, and is an integral part of Charleston’s burgeoning music scene.

  8. Music Farm

    Music Farm Productions produces over two hundred events per year. Comedy, rock, hip hop, EDM, bluegrass, country, jam, and alternative rock… find them all at Music Farm Productions.

  9. Volvo Car Stadium

    The Volvo Car Stadium on Daniel Island is home to a variety of events throughout the year. Every Summer, it becomes a concert venue that has welcomed the musical talents of artists like Hootie and the Blowfish, The Zach Brown Band, OAR, Train, Patti LaBelle, My Morning Jacket and many more.