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Catch fall and holiday performances in this iconic historic venue

Trombone Shorty, Watchhouse, Easton Corbin, and more to headline at The Riviera this fall.

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The historic Riviera theater is now open to the public as an intimate, vibrant, 600-seat music, arts, and comedy performance venue.

Photo by Reese Moore Photography

Concerts, standup, holiday shows, and more. That sounds like a good time. The best part: All of the above is happening in the historic Riviera, a 9,000+ sqft theater listed on the National Registry of Historic Places as a prime example of the Egyptian Art Deco style.

For those looking for an unforgettable Charleston experience, add The Riviera to your itinerary. Charleston’s first motion picture theater, The Riviera is now open to the general public for the first time in 45 years with a season full of intimate, exciting programming.


All second level theater seats date back to 1939.

Photo by Reese Moore Photography

Planning a romantic date night? Tickets to Trombone Shorty or Easton Corbin will set the mood. Pro tip: Before the show, enjoy a cocktail at the rooftop terrace bar.

Looking for family fun instead? The holiday dinner dance show with The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra might be just what you need to get into the holiday spirit.

Ready to light up the night at The Riviera?

Check out the full season lineup