Monday, July 28, 2014



Main Street Greenville is pleased to announce another great First Friday event planned for August 1st from 6-9 pm in downtown Greenville. This event is kindly sponsored by Bach to Rock.

Main Street Greenville invites everyone to grab a bite to eat downtown from 6-7 pm and the music performances will follow from 7-9 pm. The first Friday of August will bring over 10 live music performances to different locations in the historic downtown district. In addition to the music performances, many businesses will be open late!

“We had wonderful attendance for our live music events last year, we hope to have the same response this year. It makes for a very fun and relaxed evening. Bring the family, enjoy dinner, and stroll downtown for some great music. It is a lot of fun to see everyone enjoying themselves, shopping, and connecting with neighbors and friends,” said Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville.

Various businesses will be hosting the artists including: Bread of Life Christian Bookstore, Young Forest Martial Arts, The A & B Coffee & Cake Co., The Candy Bouquet, Brenda’s Beanery, The Coffee Pot, Merle Norman, Sweet Annie’s Cabin, The First Heavy Metal Church of Christ, Janet’s Bakery, and The Bistro Off Broadway.

In addition to the music and many businesses staying open late: First Congregational Christian Church, located at 115 W. 5th St., will offer free ice cream and games. Greenville National Bank, located at 446 S. Broadway, will offer free hot dogs and hamburgers. Young Forest Martial Arts, located at 120 W. 3rd St., will offer free tea samples. Pamela’s Intimates, located at 534 S. Broadway, will offer a 15th anniversary sale. Artifacts Ink, located at 519 S. Broadway, will offer 70% off antiques and scrabooking supplies. Sadie Grace, located at 530 S. Broadway, will offer a sale on Lottie Dottie products. Readmore’s Hallmark, located at 524 S. Broadway, will offer a sale on Life is Good t-shirts and sports items.

‘First Friday’ events aim to bring people downtown during evening hours to enjoy activities, demonstrations, food and music in a beautiful historic setting. The monthly event is presented by Main Street Greenville – a non-profit organization committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in historic Downtown Greenville. To learn more, visit or their facebook page at You can contact them at 937-548-4998 or

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