Death Valley is home to the Clemson Tigers football team. This stadium holds upwards of 85,000 people, but is hardly used the other 8 months of the year. This stadium was once utilized many years ago in the 1980s-90s where bands like Pink Floyd, Eagles, Rage Against the Machine, U2, and The Rolling stones all performed.
The brand new Littlejohn Coliseum is a great place to hold any sort of concert or entertainment but has only been used one other time since 2015 because of construction. There has been little effort to schedule any concerts recently.
This pavilion seems to never be used, but easily could be utilized for smaller concerts or open mic performances.
The Esso Club is one of the most well known restaurants in the Clemson area, and has live music occasionally from small bands during football season.
356 has a stage for performances and usually hosts small, local bands, and the occasional open mic night.
The Astro is an out commission movie theater that closed down within the last 15 years. It has potential to become an active concert venue or even movie theater. Nothing has been changed because current owners are asking for too much money while trying to sell it.
This is the remains of an old bar that used to have open mic nights and small acts perform. It has looked like this for 15-20 years, but is in a prime location to be opened and become a successful venue.