Sumter Opera House

Location:21 N Main St, Sumter, SC 29150

Upcoming events

  • Oct-18-19 6:00 pm - Oct-18-19 9:00 pm

    A Sumter Opera House Stage Door Concert is an invitation to a memorable artistic experience where both the artist and audience share the stage itself.  These concerts are designed to introduce patrons to artists in an intimate setting and who better to kick off a new series designed to provide artists with an engaged, attentive audience than Gina Chavez! A multi-ethnic Latin pop songstress, Gina Chavez is a 10-time Austin Music Award winner. Her bilingual record, Up.Rooted, topped both the Amazon and Latin iTunes charts following a feature on NPR's All Things Considered. Her Tiny Desk concert made NPR’s top 15 of 2015.  Ticket price for OCTOBER 18 includes a pre-show reception with small plates beginning at 6 pm with the concert at 7 pm.  With limited general admission seating, you'll want to get your tickets NOW for this one-of-a-kind memorable experience with a unique perspective of our iconic venue! Tickets are $25!

  • Feb-15-20 4:50 pm - Feb-15-20 7:00 pm

    Join the Mystics as they take you on an All-American musical journey that spans decades from coast to coast.  A flavor of the 1950s New York street sounds, the Motown classics, the 1970s Philadelphia sou, the blues of Chicago, a splash of southern rock and the 1960s California beach sounds.  A little something for everyone.  Make plans now to join us at the Sumter Opera House on February 15, 2020 as they continue on their quest to keep the sounds of harmony Doo-Wop alive!.

  • Apr-04-20 4:52 pm - Apr-04-20 7:00 pm

    Have you ever been serenaded by a musical duo that plays over ten different genres of popular music using the violin instead of their voices to literally express the lyrics of a song? If not, then get ready for a real treat.  These brothers, Malcolm and Umoja, use their classic violin skills to play contemporary music.  Born to a Barbadian mother and Jamaican father they honed their skills in the south Florida public school system, but are now touring and sharing their Reggae style music with the world. Join us on April 4th at 7:30 pm when the Sumter Opera House welcomes their unique music to our stage!

     

    Have you ever been serenaded by a musical duo that plays over ten different genres of popular music using the violin instead of their voices to literally express the lyrics of a song? If not, then get ready for a real treat.  These brothers, Malcolm and Umoja, use their classic violin skills to play contemporary music.  Born to a Barbadian mother and Jamaican father they honed their skills in the south Florida public school system, but are now touring and sharing their Reggae style music with the world. Join us on April 4th at 7:30 pm when the Sumter Opera House welcomes their unique music to our stage!