Koger Center For The Arts

1051 Greene ST

Columbia, SC 29201


Phone: (803) 777-7500

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

Koger Center For The Arts

Performances of music, opera, theater, dance and other performing arts are held at this state-of-the art facility in the heart of downtown Columbia. Tickets for performances are purchased at the Koger Center Box office on the corner of Park and Greene St. Monday thru Friday 9am-5pm, by phone at (803) 251-2222, or online at Capitol Tickets.

The facility also is available for meetings and/or conferences.

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