The Peace Center ushers in a roaring 2024-25 Broadway Season

April 11, 2024

The Peace Center’s most highly anticipated announcement of the year came with the unveiling of its spectacular 2024-25 Broadway Season.

Sponsored by Gibbs Cancer Center, the 10-show, 14-week season features two of Broadway’s all-time biggest blockbusters, Disney’s THE LION KING and HAMILTON. The other eight shows are completely new touring productions making their first appearance at the Peace Center. The rich blend of box office phenoms, original stories, and spectacular stage productions of smash hit movies packed into the lineup gives people plenty to cheer about.

“The energy this Peace Broadway Season carries is astounding,” said Peace Center President and CEO Megan Riegel. “The titles we have curated are among the most popular, creative, and award-winning shows on Broadway today. The convenience of experiencing such exceptional entertainment right here at home is a tremendous value to our community.”


The year-long season opens with a roaring three-week return of perennial favorite THE LION KING then blazes ahead at an indefatigable pace until the final curtain call of KIMBERLY AKIMBO, the most Tony Award®-winning show of 2023. Highlights of the complete 2024-2025 Peace Broadway Season follow and an addendum with complete show descriptions is attached.


September 11-29, 2024

  • The world’s #1 musical.
  • Winner of six Tony Awards® including Best Musical.
  • Awe-inspiring visual artistry, unforgettable music by Tony Award®-winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice, and uniquely theatrical storytelling.

& Juliet

October 15-20, 2024

  • A hilarious new musical that flips the script on the greatest love story ever told.
  • Featuring a playlist of pop anthems as iconic as her name.
  • “Clever & rousing & show-stopping!” (The New York Times)


January 14-19, 2025

  • The untold true story of how America’s greatest hitmaker, Neil Diamond, became a star.
  • Set to the catalogue of classics that defined his career like “America,” “Forever in Blue Jeans,” “Sweet Caroline.”
  • Like Jersey Boys and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical before it, A BEAUTIFUL NOISE: THE NEIL DIAMOND MUSICAL is an inspiring, exhilarating, energy-filled musical memoir.


February 4-16, 2025

  • “A theatrical landmark.” (The New York Times)
  • A revolutionary story of passion, unstoppable ambition, and the dawn of a new nation.
  • In addition to its 11 Tony Awards, it has won Grammy® and Oliver Awards®, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation for the Kennedy Center Honors.


March 11-16, 2025

  • “The best and funniest new musical on Broadway.” (Johnny Oleksinski, New York Post)
  • Winner of the Tony Award® for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and nominated for nine Tonys®, including Best Musical.
  • Corn-fed, corn-bred American musical that satisfies the appetite for great musical theater.

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

April 15-27, 2025

  • Winner of 10 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical.
  • “Eye-popping spectacle and off-the charts-energy.” (David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Brings the revolutionary film to life onstage, remixed in a new musical mash-up extravaganza.

Back to the Future: The Musical

May 13-18, 2025

  • Great Scott! Winner of the 2022 Oliver Award® for Best New Musical.
  • The beloved, cinematic classic adapted for the stage by the iconic film’s creators.
  • “Jaw-dropping spectacle that hits all the right buttons.” (USA Today)


June 10-15, 2025

  • Winner of four Tony Awards® and Grammy Award® for Best Musical Theater Album
  • Named Best Musical by the Drama Desk, The Drama League, and the Outer Critics Circle.
  • “A Super-Sized, All-Out Song-And-Dance Spectacular!” (The New York Times)


July 8-13, 2025

  • An epic story told with jaw-dropping visuals, world-class puppetry, and exquisite stagecraft.
  • Based on the best-selling novel that sold more than 15 million copies.
  • Winner of three Tony Awards® and the Olivier Award® for Best Play.


August 5-10, 2025

  • The winner of every BEST MUSICAL Award including the Tony Awards®, New York Drama Critics Circle, the Drama Desk Awards, the Lucille Lortel Awards, and the Outer Critics Circle Awards.
  • A new musical about growing up and growing old –– in no particular order.
  • “A howlingly funny heartbreaker of a show.” (The New Yorker)


Subscribers always get the best prices! Ten show season subscriptions start at $549 and are now available to both renewing and new subscribers. New season subscription orders are processed in the order they are received.

Peace Center Vice President of Marketing, Heather Hough, said, “Purchasing a Peace Broadway Season subscription guarantees you get the same great seat for every show at the lowest possible price. It’s like making a date with ‘fun’ all year long!”

Packages may be purchased online at, by calling the Box Office at 864.467.3000, or by visiting the physical Box Office located in the Peace Concert Hall lobby. Box Office hours are 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

The Peace Center Box Office, its phone center, the Peace Center app and are the only official retail outlets for tickets. Patrons who purchase tickets from a broker or a third party should be aware that the tickets may not be valid.


About the Peace Center

The Peace Center is a world-class performing arts center located in the heart of downtown Greenville, S.C. Year-round performances include the best of Broadway, legendary comedians, musicians, dancers, poets, filmmakers, orchestras, intellectuals, and more. The Peace Center also fulfills its mission of building community and creating connections through Artists-in-Residence programs; public celebrations; partnerships with organizations; and serving as a central gathering place for all.

Established in 1990, the six-acre campus consists of the 2,115-seat Peace Concert Hall, 400-seat Gunter Theatre, an outdoor amphitheater, and popular event spaces including the iconic Wyche building and the Huguenot Mill. A major expansion underway will allow the Peace Center to realize a bold, strategic vision of becoming a fully-functioning, 10-venue arts and entertainment campus by or before 2030. Once complete, the expansion is projected to increase the Peace Center’s annual economic impact from $89.6MM to $96.2MM. More information is available at