Bon Secours Wellness Arena to host iconic Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli

September 28, 2023

Bon Secours Wellness Arena is pleased to announce that it will host iconic Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli February 15, 2024 as part of an eleven show tour hitting major cities across the U.S. and Canada. The show will honor Valentine’s Day and mark Bocelli’s first time performing in South Carolina. Greenville Symphony Orchestra will accompany Bocelli for the performance conducted by Maestro Steven Mercurio.

“In a surprise announcement event hosted in Falls Park, we were thrilled to announce that Andrea Bocelli will accompany Greenville Symphony Orchestra for this very special performance,” said General Manager Beth Paul. “Hosting a world-renowned singer like Bocelli is a great honor for our team as well as the region and comes at an exciting time in the arena’s history as we continue to celebrate our 25th anniversary. We look forward to a truly unforgettable evening next February.”

2024 officially marks 30 years of Andrea Bocelli’s iconic career as well as his 65th birthday. As one of the most recognizable voices in the entertainment industry and revered by fans internationally, Andrea Bocelli has sold 90 million records worldwide. In addition to his sold-out arena-sized concert events and record-breaking live-streams, Bocelli has shared his talents at many major events including the Olympic Games, the World Cup, and Global Citizen. He has earned a Golden Globe, seven Classical BRITs and seven World Music Awards, plus a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

“The Greenville Symphony is excited to partner with Bon Secours Wellness Arena in welcoming a major artist like Andrea Bocelli to the upstate as part of their 25th anniversary season. We are honored to be a key component of the rich cultural scene that attracts talent like his to our city, and we can’t thank our friends at the arena enough for their partnership in making it possible for us to perform with Mr. Bocelli for this special concert event,” said Jessica Satava, executive director, Greenville Symphony Orchestra.

The tour will feature performances from Bocelli’s beloved repertoire, including music to celebrate Valentine’s in February. All newly announced dates will feature selections from his uplifting solo album Believe, as well as a selection of arias, his beloved crossover hits, and famed love songs.

Tickets for Bocelli’s 2024 North American tour dates go on sale to the public Tuesday, October 10 at 10 a.m. local time. For all upcoming tour routing, please visit for more information. Citi cardholders will have a special early on-sale with access to pre-sale tickets starting on Tuesday, October 3 at 10 a.m. local time at Andrea Bocelli Fan Club members will gain access on Thursday, October 5 at 10 a.m. local time.

In addition to the announcement of Andrea Bocelli, Bon Secours Wellness Arena, a cornerstone of entertainment and sports in Greenville, continues to celebrate its 25th anniversary in grand style. To celebrate the momentous milestone, the arena continues to announce a series of special events, including Journey with Toto, Stevie Nicks, and a throwback-themed Opening Night for the Greenville Swamp Rabbits hockey team. The Greenville Grrrowl holds a special place in the hearts of hockey enthusiasts in the region, and this throwback night will pay homage to the team’s legacy. Fans can look forward to an evening filled with nostalgic touches including special guest appearances by former Grrrowl players, cherished memorabilia displays and more. For more information on the arena’s current lineup, please visit:


About Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Located in Greenville, SC, Bon Secours Wellness Arena is a 15,000-seat sports and entertainment arena that hosts live events including family shows, sporting events, concerts, minor league hockey, seminars and conventions. Club seats, party suites and luxury suites with premium services concierge are available in the arena. The Bon Secours Wellness Arena is managed by the Greenville Arena District and dates back to 1940. The Greenville Arena District oversaw the Greenville Memorial Auditorium which opened in 1958.