Greensboro’s Tanger Middle prepared for Showtime | leisure

More scheduled events will follow in the coming weeks and months: Broadway musical tours, concerts, the Guilford College Bryan Series of guest speakers, Greensboro Symphony performances, a Greensboro Opera production, comedy shows, and family entertainment.

The national tour of “Hamilton” will come to the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts in April 2022. Video courtesy of the Hamilton show.

“The Tanger Center will bring the very best in live entertainment to our community, while energizing downtown Greensboro and serving as an economic engine for the entire Piedmont Triad region,” said Matt Brown, general manager of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, via email . The Colosseum will manage the new venue.

“We’re excited to host a diverse range of events that give everyone the opportunity to experience this cutting-edge venue,” said Brown.

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The pandemic has resulted in repeated postponements of actions posted in the 110,000-square-foot building with a facade made primarily of limestone, glass and stucco.

The venue will cost $ 93 million – nearly $ 88 million for the project itself and $ 5 million in bond-related funding costs shared by the City of Greensboro and private donors.

No tax money was used on the construction, Brown said.

The city’s share will consist of a combination of ticket fees, parking revenues and a tax on hotel rooms.

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