Walhalla Performing Arts Center

The Walhalla Performing Arts Center is a musical venue located in the town of Walhalla, South Carolina in Oconee County. Considered the Upstate Region of South Carolina, Walhalla is considered the “Main Street to the Mountains”
Originally a grade school built in 1903, the auditorium was added in 1913, it operated as a school until 1980 and served as district offices until 1992. In 1993 the Walhalla Auditorium Restoration Committee created a charter, obtained a lease and a 501(c)3 designation & restoration began on the abandoned school building. The WPAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer board of directors and supported by volunteers, sponsors, and donors. The building was designed by the Edwards & Walter Architectural Firm the facility is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The WPAC hosts a wide variety of regional and national performances ranging in genres from Bluegrass, Rock & Country to Comedy Shows.
The Auditorium itself offers 456 seats including 140 in the balcony, professional sound and lighting, and an ambiance befitting the period of this elegant & historical venue. The 100 seat reception hall serves as the concession area during events. Parking is available on site and all around the venue which sits only a block off main street at the corner of College and Broad.