Last year we went virtual, and this year we are bringing it to you LIVE! Join us April 7 through September 29 for Greenville Heritage Sound Check presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar, an outdoor concert series located on the Reedy River. Each Wednesday night from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. will feature live music on the Peace Center Amphitheatre stage. Grab your friends, and we will see you on the river!
There are two options to enjoy the concert:
1. Enjoy the concert in your own private viewing area in our T-Mobile Pods.
Pods are $10 each and includes admission for up to 4 people in a sectioned off 6' x 6' space.
Online reservations are highly encouraged to guarantee your spot. Pods will be sold at the door if space is available.
Tickets will go on sale every Tuesday at 10:00am for the current week's concert.
Tickets are only good for the date & specific pod purchased. Tickets are not transferable to future event dates.
Beverage delivery service is included with the purchase of your pod.
2. Come and grab a spot on the lawn in our open general admission area.
Entry is free of charge and available as first-come, first-served.
No reservations are required for general admission seating.
General admission attendees can purchase beverages from the auxiliary beverage kiosk; however, beverage delivery is not available.
Due to the outdoor amphitheatre environment, be prepared for wet ground conditions. Chairs and blankets are permitted.
Gates open at 6:00pm. Band starts at 6:30pm.
Beer, wine, & Pepsi products will be available for purchase on site.
Beverage Delivery Service for Pods: Attendees will be able to purchase beverages remotely from their pods. Each pod will have QR code signage that will allow attendees to order beverages from their mobile device. Event staff will deliver all orders directly to the pod. This service is complimentary with the purchase of a pod! Beverages can also be purchased in the auxiliary beverage kiosk located outside the Wyche Pavilion.
Wristbands must be purchased for $1 to consume alcohol. Alcohol sales end at 8:30pm.
Coolers, tents or outside drinks are NOT allowed.
Outside food is allowed.
Due to the nature of the outdoor amphitheater environment, be prepared for wet ground conditions. Chairs and blankets are permitted.
Pets are NOT allowed.
A full list of event rules & guidelines can be FOUND HERE.
COVID - 19 SAFETY GUIDELINES
Please help us maintain a safe event environment by following the COVID-19 safety precautions below.
If you are sick or have been exposed to someone who is sick, please do not enter the event site.
Face Coverings are encouraged for all individuals attending this event.
Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the event site.
Event staff reserves the right to remove anyone from the event site who is not abiding by safety guidelines.
The safety and health of the community and our staff and volunteers is of the utmost importance. The precautions and event policies represent the efforts being made by the event and its staff to keep our community safe when attending this event. Event staff will continue to follow the guidance of Federal, state, and local agencies.
By attending this event, you acknowledge the risk of becoming exposed to or infected by COVID-19. You voluntarily agree to assume all the foregoing risks and accept sole responsibility for any exposure. A full list of event COVID-19 information can be FOUND HERE.