September Events

WEEK 1

(September 1 - 10)

 

September 1:   Come and cheer for the Greenville Drive,  a Class A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.  Enjoy the game in classic surroundings at Flour Field, a mini replica of Boston's Fenway Park, complete with the 30 ft "Green Monster" with hand-operated scoreboard. The game starts at 7:05 PM against Rome. 

 

September 2:    Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown. 

 

September 1-3, and 7-10 :  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.  Reservations are suggested.

 

September 2:  The first Friday of each month 29 art galleries and venues will be offering local, regional and national talents with First Fridays. A wide range of media will be represented: oils, watercolors, acrylics, pottery, jewelry, glassworks, woodworks, photography, and mixed media. Step out and support our thriving arts community.   

 

September 3:    The Saturday Market continues for the season!  Experience the country without leaving the city at the TD Saturday Market held each Saturday on Main Street between McBee and Court. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

 

September 7:  Nothing says fall evenings like a moonlight movie under the stars!  Join the Moonlight Classic Movie Series each Wednesday night in September at the Peace Center Amphitheater for this family friendly, free event.  See website for weekly selections.

 

September 8 - 24:  Is He Dead?  Mark Twain’s brilliant, but rarely-seen stage comedy is the hilarious story of a talented young painter named Jean-Francois Millet, who is deeply in love, but deeply in debt. To escape his money woes and become rich and famous, he fakes his own death and masquerades as his ‘country sister’. Now posing as a rich widow, he must find a way to get out of a dress, return to his life, and marry his true love.  “Faking his death was easy. Wearing the corset was hard.” Shows at Centre Stage of South Carolina.  Check back for show dates and times.

 

September 9:   Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown. 

 

September 9:   Support the Greenville Zoo!   Join us for the 10th Annual  Sippin’ Safari and experience an after-hours Zoo visit with wine sampling, live music and more.  From 6:30 - 9:30 PM.  Advance tickets required.  

 

September 10:   The Saturday Market continues for the season!  Experience the country without leaving the city at the TD Saturday Market held each Saturday on Main Street between McBee and Court. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

 

September 10:   Fall means football, so come out and cheer on the Clemson Tigers as they take on the Troy Trojans!  And then come back to relax at the inn and enjoy all that Greenville has to offer while avoiding the crowds in Tigertown.  Game at 12:30 PM.

 

 

WEEK 2

(September 11 - 17)

September 8 - 24:  Is He Dead?  Mark Twain’s brilliant, but rarely-seen stage comedy is the hilarious story of a talented young painter named Jean-Francois Millet, who is deeply in love, but deeply in debt. To escape his money woes and become rich and famous, he fakes his own death and masquerades as his ‘country sister’. Now posing as a rich widow, he must find a way to get out of a dress, return to his life, and marry his true love.  “Faking his death was easy. Wearing the corset was hard.” Shows at Centre Stage of South Carolina.  Check back for show dates and times.

 

September 13:  An Evening With Chris Thile  at The Peace Center.   Multiple Grammy Award-winner and MacArthur Fellow Chris Thile, a member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek, is a mandolin virtuoso, composer and vocalist. With his broad outlook that encompasses classical, rock, jazz, and bluegrass, Thile transcends the borders of conventionally circumscribed genres, creating a distinctly American canon and a new musical aesthetic for performers and audiences alike.  Show starts at 7:30 PM.

 

September 14:  Nothing says fall evenings like a moonlight movie under the stars!  Join the Moonlight Classic Movie Series each Wednesday night in September at the Peace Center Amphitheater for this family friendly, free event.  See website for weekly selections.

  

September 14-17:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.  

 

September 15:  Ben Folds and a Piano performing for one night at The Peace Center.  Folds is a genre-defying, multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer who began his career as the front man and pianist for the ultra-successful indie group Ben Folds Five. After they disbanded, Folds set his sights on a solo career with 2001’s Rockin’ the Suburbs, playing nearly all the instruments and collaborating with artists including “Weird Al” Yankovic and John McCrea of the band Cake. From there, Folds continued to fine tune his sound, experimenting with new genres and working with a variety of musicians and talents, from William Shatner to the chamber music group yMusic. Today, Folds continues to tour and create, giving his fans the opportunity to continue to enjoy his work the way it was meant to be enjoyed… Live.  Show starts at 7:30 PM.

 

September 16:   Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown. 

  

September 16 - 18:  Greenville welcomes back The Southern Home and Garden show.  Huge exhibit of the latest and greatest in home and garden decor and design.  Stay in touch for more information later this summer.

 

September 16 - 17:   Footloose: The Musical at The Greenville Little Theatre.   The explosive and popular contemporary movie bursts onto the stage as a full-fledged musical! In this rousing story, a young outsider named Ren attempts to revitalize a small town that banned dancing and loud music after the death of five teenagers, but Ren’s feelings for the local minister’s daughter complicate his mission. The rocking, Oscar-nominated, Top 40 score includes Let’s Hear It for the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and, of course, Footloose!  Shows on Friday and Saturday at 8PM.

 

September 16 - 18: The Indie Craft Parade is featured at the Huguenot Mill at the Peace Center in downtown Greenville. It  is a 3 day arts and makers festival dedicated to promoting handmade goods and the artists who create them. We bring together 80 of the South’s best handmade artists.  During the festival, attendees will be able to meet and purchase work from our exhibitors. The festival kicks off Friday night with VIP Gala. A limited number of ticket holders get a first look at our artists’ wares in a relaxed shopping atmosphere as well as enjoy food and drink, live music, and a chance to win fabulous giveaways. Saturday and Sunday are open to the public with a $2 admission at the door. Times:Friday, 6pm-9pm; Saturday, 9am-6pm; Sunday 11am-5pm

 

September 16 - October 8:   The Tony Award winning Urinetown is a musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, municipal politics and musical theater itself! In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage, caused by a 20-year drought, has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity’s most basic needs. Amid the people, a hero decides he’s had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom!  Shows at the Warehouse Theatre.  Check back for show dates and times.

 

September 17:  Fall means football, so come out and cheer on the Clemson Tigers as they take on the South Carolina State Bulldogs!  And then come back to relax at the inn and enjoy all that Greenville has to offer while avoiding the crowds in Tigertown.  Game at noon.   

 

September 17 The Saturday Market continues for the season!  Experience the country without leaving the city at the TD Saturday Market held each Saturday on Main Street between McBee and Court. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

 

 

WEEK 3

(September 18 - 24)

 

September 8 - 24:  Is He Dead?  Mark Twain’s brilliant, but rarely-seen stage comedy is the hilarious story of a talented young painter named Jean-Francois Millet, who is deeply in love, but deeply in debt. To escape his money woes and become rich and famous, he fakes his own death and masquerades as his ‘country sister’. Now posing as a rich widow, he must find a way to get out of a dress, return to his life, and marry his true love.  “Faking his death was easy. Wearing the corset was hard.” Shows at Centre Stage of South Carolina.  Check back for show dates and times.

September 16 - October 8:   The Tony Award winning Urinetown is a musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, municipal politics and musical theater itself! In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage, caused by a 20-year drought, has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity’s most basic needs. Amid the people, a hero decides he’s had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom!  Shows at the Warehouse TheatreCheck back for show dates and times.  

 

September 18Footloose: The Musical at The Greenville Little Theatre.   The explosive and popular contemporary movie bursts onto the stage as a full-fledged musical! In this rousing story, a young outsider named Ren attempts to revitalize a small town that banned dancing and loud music after the death of five teenagers, but Ren’s feelings for the local minister’s daughter complicate his mission. The rocking, Oscar-nominated, Top 40 score includes Let’s Hear It for the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and, of course, Footloose!  Show at 3 PM.

 

September 20:  Greenville's Bon Secours Wellness Arena welcomes  Meghan Trainor, who will be will be taking her UNTOUCHABLE TOUR to even more cities this summer. Due to overwhelming demand, additional shows have been added to one of this summer’s most anticipated tours. Special Guests include Hailee Steinfeld and Common Kings.  Show starts at 7PM.

 

September 21:  Nothing says fall evenings like a moonlight movie under the stars!  Join the Moonlight Classic Movie Series each Wednesday night in September at the Peace Center Amphitheater for this family friendly, free event.  See website for weekly selections.

 

September 21-24:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.   Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm.

 

September 21:   Love Jazz?   The Greenville Jazz Collective is a non-profit organization started in 2012 by highly respected members of the jazz community in Greenville, SC.  Through education outreach in the community and regular performance in an environment that is best suited for listening, the mission of the GJC is to create a greater awareness and appreciation for jazz music and history in the Upstate for generations to come.  Join the heptadectet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month for a Big Band performance.  Chicora Alley,  7:30 PM.

 

September 22-24Footloose: The Musical at The Greenville Little Theatre.   The explosive and popular contemporary movie bursts onto the stage as a full-fledged musical! In this rousing story, a young outsider named Ren attempts to revitalize a small town that banned dancing and loud music after the death of five teenagers, but Ren’s feelings for the local minister’s daughter complicate his mission. The rocking, Oscar-nominated, Top 40 score includes Let’s Hear It for the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and, of course, Footloose!  Shows at 8PM.

  

September 22-25:  World-class chefs, premier vintners, and marquee entertainers will converge on downtown Greenville for a weekend of culinary extravagance that will satisfy even the most discerning palate.  Euphoria - A Taste of the South returns for another blissful weekend of food, wine, and entertainment sure to leave you hungry for more!

  

September 23Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

  

September 24The Saturday Market continues for the season!  Experience the country without leaving the city at the TD Saturday Market held each Saturday on Main Street between McBee and Court. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

 

 

 

  

WEEK 4

(September 25 - 30)

September 25:   Footloose: The Musical at The Greenville Little Theatre.   The explosive and popular contemporary movie bursts onto the stage as a full-fledged musical! In this rousing story, a young outsider named Ren attempts to revitalize a small town that banned dancing and loud music after the death of five teenagers, but Ren’s feelings for the local minister’s daughter complicate his mission. The rocking, Oscar-nominated, Top 40 score includes Let’s Hear It for the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and, of course, Footloose!  Show at 3PM.

 

September 16 - October 8:   The Tony Award winning Urinetown is a musical satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, municipal politics and musical theater itself! In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage, caused by a 20-year drought, has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity’s most basic needs. Amid the people, a hero decides he’s had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom!  Shows at the Warehouse TheatreCheck back for show dates and times.  

 

September 27 - October 2:  Getting away with murder can be so much fun… and there’s no better proof than the knock-‘em-dead hit show that’s earned unanimous raves and won the 2014 Tony Award® for BEST MUSICAL—A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder!  Coming direct from New York to Greenville's Peace Center, a most gentlemanly NPR critic said he’d “Never laughed so hard at a broadway musical," Gentleman’s Guide tells the uproarious story of Monty Navarro, a distant heir to a family fortune who sets out to jump the line of succession by – you guessed it – eliminating the eight pesky relatives (all played by one fearless man) who stand in his way. All the while, Monty has to juggle his mistress (she’s after more than just love), his fiancée (she’s his cousin but who’s keeping track?), and the constant threat of landing behind bars! Of course, it will all be worth it if he can slay his way to his inheritance… and be done in time for tea.   Showtimes to be announced.

 

September 28:  Nothing says fall evenings like a moonlight movie under the stars!  Join the Moonlight Classic Movie Series each Wednesday night in September at the Peace Center Amphitheater for this family friendly, free event.  See website for weekly selections.

  

September 28 - October 1:  Spend the evening at Cafe and Thensome, Greenville's only dinner theater for an evening of good food and plenty of laughs.  Join your favorite redneck thespians each week Wednesdays - Saturdays. Dinner seating starts at 6:30 pm with the show at 8:30 pm. 

   

September 29 - October 1Footloose: The Musical at The Greenville Little Theatre.   The explosive and popular contemporary movie bursts onto the stage as a full-fledged musical! In this rousing story, a young outsider named Ren attempts to revitalize a small town that banned dancing and loud music after the death of five teenagers, but Ren’s feelings for the local minister’s daughter complicate his mission. The rocking, Oscar-nominated, Top 40 score includes Let’s Hear It for the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and, of course, Footloose!  Shows at 8PM

 

September 30:   Main Street Fridays, a weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square continues for 28 weeks from March to September featuring jazz, blues, oldies, and soul music at this free weekly concert series in the heart of downtown.

  

September 26:  The Saturday Market continues for the season!  Experience the country without leaving the city at the TD Saturday Market held each Saturday on Main Street between McBee and Court. Choose from the finest in fresh produce and flowers locally grown and delivered to the market each week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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