Spartanburg’s Spring Fling tops events this weekend
GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) — Spring Fling in Spartanburg leads events this weekend along with Project Host Barbecue Cook-Off, the Eric Church concert and the Mutt Strut in Greenville.
The 41st annual Spring Fling kicks off Friday in Spartanburg.
This year’s event will have 200 booths of food, merchandise and swag as well as the Kid Zone, 5 stages of music and the Zip wire.
New this year, a beer garden where you can sample local brews, and more activity at Denny’s Plaza like a food truck rodeo. But that’s not all.
You can bring your dogs to Spring Fling (Sunday only) for the first time ever.
The festival has free admission.
Friday, April 28: 5 pm – 10 pm
Saturday, April 29: 10 am – 10 pm
Sunday, April 30: 12 Noon – 7 pm
Barbecue will be smoking in Greenville for the 10th annual Project Host BBQ Cook-Off. Get your fill Friday from 6 PM until 10 PM or Saturday from 11 AM until 4 PM. The free event is on South Hudson Street near the Reedy River. The festival includes their ‘anything butt’ competition, live music and games. All proceeds benefit Project Host.
Eric Church will be in Greenville this weekend. He has shows at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena Friday and Saturday night at 8 PM. Tickets start around $36 and are available online.
Grab your four legged friend for some downtown fun. The Mutt Strut is Saturday morning at 8:30 AM in Greenville. Run or walk the two-mile route through downtown. It ends with a party along South Main Street by Falls Park. Registration is open until midnight Friday. It costs $40 and benefits the Greenville Humane Society.