The Anderson International Festival, GermanFest, begins next week with a kickoff event at Anderson Arts Center followed by a series of countywide activities held through March.
Looking for fun things to do? Here’s a look at some of the great entertainment in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
Hendersonville’s collection of holiday events, known as Home for the Holidays, returns this year with festivities starting the day after Thanksgiving and running through the end of the year.
The hills and hollers around Hagood Mill Historic Site in Pickens will come alive with tall tales and scary stories of Appalachia when the Storytelling Festival and Liars Competition comes to the mill this weekend, Oct. 15 and 16.
If you want to experience the city that readers of Condé Nast Traveler rank No. 5 on the list of 10 Best Small Cities in the U.S., this weekend is the time to do it.
Nevada’s largest country music festival will expand to the Carolina foothills when Night in the Country Carolinas transforms Tryon International Equestrian Center into a country music venue Aug. 26-28.
The Upstate’s annual crazy, fun, sleep deprived, live event takes place this Saturday, August 7, when Market Theatre presents its seventh 24 Hour Musical.
Live entertainment and longer retail hours are on the agenda when First Friday kicks off in downtown Anderson on August 6.
After 16 months, Historic Pelzer Auditorium returns to life tonight with a sold out performance by Honey and The Hot Rods, followed by the July 23 kickoff of Mill Town Players’ seventh season.