Get ready for a classy night out on the town! On November 12 and 13, join us for Fly Me to the Moon, an upscale evening of jazz. Before the show, enjoy scrumptious desserts and glittering Veuve Clicquot on Centre Stage’s beautiful outdoor patio space in Downtown Greenville. Entertainment will include standards from Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, Etta James, Peggy Lee, Ray Charles, and more sung by an incredibly talented group of local vocalists from right here in the Upstate. The show will begin at 7pm, with desserts and champagne starting at 6:30pm. Join us for dessert, champagne, and jazz on a beautiful fall evening downtown. What more could you ask for?
Tickets for Fly Me to the Moon are $40, which includes dessert, a glass of Veuve Clicquot or another beverage of your choosing, and entry to the event. To purchase tickets, visit centrestage.org or call the Centre Stage Box Office at (864)233-6733. This event is generously sponsored by our friends at Winehouse.
Centre Stage has taken the Greater Greenville Pledge and will continue to take all the necessary precautions to ensure patrons, performers, and guests are kept safe. We are watching CDC guidelines closely and will provide updates should anything need to change. Guests are required to wear masks upon entry and are asked to maintain social distancing for the duration of the event.
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