Greensboro, N.C.—Downtown Greensboro, Inc. is excited to announce a partnership of local investors with deep ties to the community and the arts will purchase the former Triad Stage building located at 232 South Elm Street.

Triad Stage permanently closed its doors in June 2023 after 20 years. The new ownership team’s goals are to bring energy and a creative vibe back to Elm Street in this historic building that has given so much to the community over the years.

“The revival and reimagination of this unique cultural asset in the heart of Greensboro is an important social investment for our community and our future,” said Zack Matheny, President & CEO of Downtown Greensboro, Inc. “We appreciate the vision and leadership of the local ownership group and are excited about the opportunity to revitalize this fixture for the arts in our community.”

Downtown Greensboro is home to a robust and growing center for arts, culture and live music. The reimagined Triad Stage will join a burgeoning arts scene in Greensboro, complementing the nearby Tanger Center for the Performing Arts and Carolina Theatre, as well as various live music performance venues.

More details about the vision and future plans for the venue will be forthcoming in the new year.

Triad Stage

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