Fairs, festivals, farm fun days and farmers markets all are on tap across the Upstate this weekend. If you’re looking for things to do, check out these events offering something for the entire family.
Good to Know
Here’s some information about Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens you should know.
From local food lovers to a former U.S. president, the Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg has been feeding people a-plenty since 1946. The Beacon celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2021, but other than a move and three expansions, not a lot has changed at the local landmark.
Dede Ward created ColorCapArt® during the pandemic to keep her artist’s imagination sharp and her creativity flowing.
The name is a play on words that the owners of Anderson’s newest brewery, Magnetic South, hope will pull customers into downtown for a true Southern experience.
Farmers market season kicks off this weekend across the Upstate featuring new events and longtime favorites. If you’re looking for things to do, enjoy these outdoor events where you’ll find lots of food, live music and unique, quality crafts.
Want to make your timeline pop? Social media users across the Upstate can take their selfies to an entirely new level when The Pixel Experience opens in Greenville on May 6.
After a year of the sound of silence, live music is back in The Burg. From Sunday Songwriters at Delaney’s to live performances six days a week at the FR8Yard, area residents are once again gathering to support the local music scene.
McCain Childress has been raising money for nonprofits since she was in the fifth grade. Now, the Upstate teenager is working to fund a $100,000 endowment for the Canine F.E.T.C.H. Unit at Prisma Health Upstate before she graduates from high school.