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.
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Live music will return to Denver Downs Farm on Saturday, May 22, with a concert featuring 2019 American Idol winner Laine Hardy. Hardy will headline the farm’s first live concert in more than a year, performing his latest releases “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country.”
One of the few picking parlors in the Upstate, Breazeale’s Grocery Bluegrass on Liberty Highway near Pendleton offers a free toe-tapping good time every Saturday night where anyone is welcome to play or just sit and listen.
While the coronavirus pandemic still has many events on hold, there are some socially distanced live gatherings happening around the Upstate this weekend, with many more available online. Here’s a sampling.
Known for bringing in talent from around the world, Newberry Opera House this season is hosting performances by many musicians with South Carolina roots.
As large craft shows, festivals and farmers markets fell by the wayside during this year’s coronavirus pandemic, Kendall Faust found a way to take products to the people with The Neighborhood Markets.
The 10th Annual Holly Jolly Holiday Fair in Anderson will be held outdoors this weekend at the balloon launch site across from Anderson Civic Center.
Longtime art teacher Sharon Murry had a dream of creating a space where she could bring the community together using the power of the arts. The dream came true with The Spinning Jenny in Greer.