ART IN PUBLIC PLACES TOUR
City of Greenville
A self-guided tour of murals, sculptures and art installations throughout the city of Greenville. Find an interactive map on the city’s website.
1400 Highway 101 South, Greer
museum of innovation and performance—located next to the only BMW manufacturing facility in the United States—where a self-guided tour showcases the past, present and future of the “ultimate driving machine.” (The museum is free; factory tours are available for ages 12 and older with advanced registration plus entry fee of $10/adults, $8/students.)
A series of complimentary masterworks and chamber performances. Venues include City of Greer Center for the Arts and Riverside Baptist Church.
101 E. Butler Road, Mauldin
A springtime Shakespeare in the Park series, bringing the Bard of Avon out to the amphitheater at Mauldin Cultural Center.
MICE ON MAIN
Main Street, Greenville
A fun scavenger hunt for kids—of all ages—searching for nine little bronze mice scattered along five blocks of Greenville’s Main Street. Pick up a free sheet of clues at Mast General Store or the Visitor Center in Greenville City Hall.
MINI-GOLF AT MCPHERSON PARK
100 E. Park Ave., Greenville
A nine-hole miniature golf course in a delightful downtown park. Remember to bring your own equipment.
Greer City Park Amphitheater
Preshow activities including inflatables begin at 7 p.m.; movies begin at sundown on Thursdays in June and July.
MUSIC IN COMMERCE PARK
200 Depot St., Fountain Inn
Live, local music on Friday evenings: Sounds of Summer (June—August) and a Fall Music Series (October).
SIMPSONVILLE SUMMER MUSIC SERIES & FOOD TRUCK RODEO
CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
861 S.E. Main St., Simpsonville
A different live band and food trucks every Wednesday in June, July and August.
SPARTANBURG MUSIC TRAIL
An outdoor walking tour of the Hub City’s robust music history, with colorful markers describing local crooners who found national fame—Pink Anderson, Ira Tucker, The Sparkletones and, of course, The Marshall Tucker Band, just to name a few. Bring a GPS enabled smartphone so you can hear their music, too.