Goodbye to Hurricane Michael and the brief havoc he left on his way through, and hello to Fall for Greenville this weekend along with clear and cooler weather.
Sezessionville Road was part of the musical lineup at Fall for Greenville.
This is a preview of streets packed with a wonderfully bewildering array of food tent choices coming to Fall for Greenville tonight.
Fall for Greenville is almost here, with rides and food galore!
With 6 stages, there is a variety of music to choose from at Fall for Greenville. For example the band Dank above, or the Sons of Jesse below.
The Fall for Greenville festival continues this weekend through Sunday night with lots of food, music, and entertainment such as the children’s amusement area seen here on Broad Street.
Fall for Greenville comes this Friday through Sunday, with 3/4 mile of deliciousness, music, and fun. This photo is of one of the rides in 2014.
This is a Throwback Thursday view of Fall for Greenville in 1987, when bike racing was an important part of the festival. Fall for Greenville in 2014 begins tomorrow, and has since become a big celebration of food, music, and fun.
Fall for Greenville was held this weekend to near perfect fall weather. There was plenty of food, entertainment and free music to go around.
The Fall for Greenville festival gets better every year, with something for everyone. Â One of the competition events was a Jalapeno Pepper Eating contest. Â The winner ate 15 peppers in 3 minutes!