William A. Floyd Amphitheater

 

William A. Floyd Amphitheater

This outdoor, terraced grass seating concert facility, considered one of the largest in South Carolina, can accommodate 15,000-plus spectators for major concerts and other entertainment events. Some of the biggest names in country music, R&B, hip-hop, soutern rock, Top 40, and more have performed on the state of the William A. Floyd Amphitheater since it opened in 1999. While some concerts are general admission seating where fans bring their own lawn chairs or blankets, other performances also feature reserved seating for well over 2,000 in front of the stage. In those cases, the general admission lawn area is then directly behind the reserved seating section. The William A. Floyd Amphitheater offers convenient concessions stands and rest rooms, as well as a beautiful decorative pond, a flowing stream, and other amenities for fans to enjoy. In 1999, the Amphitheater was named in honor of late councilman chairman William A. Floyd, who encouraged and strongly supported the revitalization of Anderson County. Click to view our photo gallery
 

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William A. Floyd Amphitheater

 

William A. Floyd Amphitheater

This outdoor, terraced grass seating concert facility, considered one of the largest in South Carolina, can accommodate 15,000-plus spectators for major concerts and other entertainment events. Some of the biggest names in country music, R&B, hip-hop, soutern rock, Top 40, and more have performed on the state of the William A. Floyd Amphitheater since it opened in 1999. While some concerts are general admission seating where fans bring their own lawn chairs or blankets, other performances also feature reserved seating for well over 2,000 in front of the stage. In those cases, the general admission lawn area is then directly behind the reserved seating section. The William A. Floyd Amphitheater offers convenient concessions stands and rest rooms, as well as a beautiful decorative pond, a flowing stream, and other amenities for fans to enjoy. In 1999, the Amphitheater was named in honor of late councilman chairman William A. Floyd, who encouraged and strongly supported the revitalization of Anderson County. Click to view our photo gallery
 

More information: Recent Artists | FAQ | Stage Information

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