September Events

WEEK 1

 

 

September 1-6: KINKY BOOTS , Broadway’s huge-hearted, high-heeled hit, comes to the Peace Center.  With songs by Grammy® and Tony® winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper, this joyous musical celebration is about the friendships we discover, and the belief that you can change the world when you change your mind. Inspired by true events, KINKY BOOTS takes you from a gentlemen’s shoe factory in Northampton to the glamorous catwalks of Milan.  

 

 

September 2:  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 2-5:  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 3-7:  Come and cheer for the Greenville Drive, a Class A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, while you 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.

 

September 3:  Join downtown's weekly free concert series as the 2015 season of Downtown Alive continues each Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00 pm.  Performances feature local and regional bands with everything from pop to blues and acoustic to reggae and run weekly from March - September.

 

 

 September 4:  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 4:  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 5-6:  Spiritfest 2015 is here again at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Show starts at 4pm.

 

 

 

Saturday 5:  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.

 

 

September 5:  Fall means football, so come out and cheer on the Clemson Tigers as they take on Wofford!  And then come back to relax at the inn and enjoy all that Greenville has to offer while avoiding the crowds.

 

 

WEEK 2

 

September 9:  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 9-12:  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 10-13: Come join the fun at Centre Stage with the lighthearted comedy by Neil Simon, The Odd Couple. Felix Ungar, a neurotic, neat freak newswriter is thrown out by his wife, and moves in with his friend Oscar Madison, a slovenly sportswriter. Despite Oscar's problems - careless spending, excessive gambling, a poorly kept house filled with spoiled food - he seems to enjoy life. Felix, however, seems utterly incapable of enjoying anything and only finds purpose in pointing out his own and other people's mistakes and foibles. Even when he tries to do so in a gentle and constructive way, his corrections and suggestions prove extremely annoying to those around him. Oscar, his closest friend, feels compelled to throw him out after only a brief time together, though he quickly realizes that Felix has had a positive effect on him. Show starts at 8pm Thursday-Saturday and 3pm on Sunday.

 

 

September 10:  Join downtown's weekly free concert series as the 2015 season of Downtown Alive continues each Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00 pm.  Performances feature local and regional bands with everything from pop to blues and acoustic to reggae and run weekly from March - September.

 

 

September 11:  Support the Greenville Zoo at the Sippin' Safari, a wine tasting event fundraiser held at the zoo! Event Runs from 6:30 to 9:30. 

 

 

September 11:  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 12:  Fall means football, so come out and cheer on the Clemson Tigers as they take on Appalachian State!  And then come back to relax at the inn and enjoy all that Greenville has to offer while avoiding the crowds.  

 

 September 12:  Lady Antebellum plays  at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Show starts at 7pm.

 

 

September 12:  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.


   

 

WEEK 3

September 15-16: Centre Stage presents The Night we bombed Lincoln Towing. Trapped in the most horrible rainstorm in Chicago history, six characters of diverse backgrounds are thrust together, sharing one thing in common.  All have had their car towed that night by the notorious and corrupt Lincoln Towing.  Vehicular- ily challenged and the thunderstorm uncooperative, each individual confronts their present circumstances, coming to the conclusion that life has roared by, rendering them impotent.  Assured they can escape detection and the communities seething hatred of Lincoln Towing will hinder any attempt at prosecution should they be caught, the group sets out to strike back at Lincoln Towing.  Show starts at 7pm.

 

 

September 16:  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 16-19:  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 17:  Join downtown's weekly free concert series as the 2015 season of Downtown Alive continues each Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00 pm.  Performances feature local and regional bands with everything from pop to blues and acoustic to reggae and run weekly from March - September.

 

 

September 17-20:  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 17-20: Come join the fun at Centre Stage with the lighthearted comedy by Neil Simon, The Odd Couple. Felix Ungar, a neurotic, neat freak newswriter is thrown out by his wife, and moves in with his friend Oscar Madison, a slovenly sportswriter. Despite Oscar's problems - careless spending, excessive gambling, a poorly kept house filled with spoiled food - he seems to enjoy life. Felix, however, seems utterly incapable of enjoying anything and only finds purpose in pointing out his own and other people's mistakes and foibles. Even when he tries to do so in a gentle and constructive way, his corrections and suggestions prove extremely annoying to those around him. Oscar, his closest friend, feels compelled to throw him out after only a brief time together, though he quickly realizes that Felix has had a positive effect on him. Show starts at 8pm Thursday-Saturday and 3pm on Sunday. 

 

 

September 18:  Heritage Action Candidate Forum is to be held  at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. This event is designed to be a fun and engaging way to learn about current policy updates and get to know the 2016 Presidential Candidates. The dress code for this event is casual. It is recommended you wear comfortable shoes and bring a sweater or jacket. Red, white, and blue everything is strongly encouraged! Forum is from 4pm to 10pm.

 

 

September 18-20: 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

 

 

Septermber 18-20:  Little Women  plays at at the Little Theater in downtown Greenville.  Six generations have read the story.  This one will sing it!  The story of growth, discovery, and love is woven through the lives of four young women: the rebellious Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth, and tempestuous Amy.  Led and anchored by the gracious matriarch, Marmee, these “little women” are in for great adventures as they navigate new experiences with their tightly woven family. This Broadway sensation brings the story to life through the incredible music of Jason Howland.  Show starts at 8pm Thursday-Saturday and 3pm on Sunday.

 

  

September 18-20: The Rocky Horror Picture Show is at the Warehouse Theatre. This crowd favorite leads us off as Brad and Janet find themselves in need of shelter on a dark and damp night. A mysterious old castle will serve the turn as Dr. Frank N Furter, his “perfect” creation Rocky, and a host of other crazy creatures serve up the laughs, chills, and thrills in our new staging of this cult classic. Show starts at 8pm with selected midnight performances.

 

 

September 18:  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 19:  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.

 

 

 

  

WEEK 4

 

September 22: Willie Nelson with guest star Lavon plays at the Peace Center.  With a six-decade career and 200 plus albums, this iconic Texan is the creative genius behind the historic recordings of Crazy, Red Headed Stranger and Stardust. Willie Nelson has earned every conceivable award as a musician and amassed reputable credentials as an author, actor and activist. Show starts at 7:30 PM.

 

 

September 22-23: Centre Stage presents The Night we bombed Lincoln Towing. Trapped in the most horrible rainstorm in Chicago history, six characters of diverse backgrounds are thrust together, sharing one thing in common.  All have had their car towed that night by the notorious and corrupt Lincoln Towing.  Vehicular- ily challenged and the thunderstorm uncooperative, each individual confronts their present circumstances, coming to the conclusion that life has roared by, rendering them impotent.  Assured they can escape detection and the communities seething hatred of Lincoln Towing will hinder any attempt at prosecution should they be caught, the group sets out to strike back at Lincoln Towing.  Show starts at 7pm.

 

 

September 23:  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 23-26:  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 24:  Join downtown's weekly free concert series as the 2015 season of Downtown Alive continues each Thursday from 5:30 - 9:00 pm.  Performances feature local and regional bands with everything from pop to blues and acoustic to reggae and run weekly from March - September.

 

 

Septermber 24-27:  Little Women  plays at at the Little Theater in downtown Greenville.  Six generations have read the story.  This one will sing it!  The story of growth, discovery, and love is woven through the lives of four young women: the rebellious Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth, and tempestuous Amy.  Led and anchored by the gracious matriarch, Marmee, these “little women” are in for great adventures as they navigate new experiences with their tightly woven family. This Broadway sensation brings the story to life through the incredible music of Jason Howland.  Show starts at 8pm Thursday-Saturday and 3pm on Sunday. 

 

 

September 24-27: The Rocky Horror Picture Show is at the Warehouse Theatre. This crowd favorite leads us off as Brad and Janet find themselves in need of shelter on a dark and damp night. A mysterious old castle will serve the turn as Dr. Frank N Furter, his “perfect” creation Rocky, and a host of other crazy creatures serve up the laughs, chills, and thrills in our new staging of this cult classic. Show starts at 8pm with selected midnight performances.  

 

 

September 25:   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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