A band performing on the CPI Security Stage at Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays.

Load up your family and head to NOMA Square for Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays to wind down, relax, and enjoy great live music. It features great music, fun attractions, and delicious food.

This weekly music series on Main Street at NOMA Square takes place each week through Friday, September 23, 2022. It opens at 5:30 pm and closes at 9:30 pm, with bands playing two sets at 5:50 pm and 7:40 pm. Throughout the season, attendees can enjoy a wide range of local entertainment, including rock-n-roll, pop, R&B and jazz.

Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays is a free admission event and is scheduled for each spring season. It rates high in the eyes of locals and features some of the very best local, regional, and national musicians. Thousands of individuals and families come out each year, and we hope to see you there as well!

Main Street Fridays 2022 Schedule

Jule 1: Jazzy Trinity

Congrats to Jazzy Trinity as the recipient of “2019 Best Jazz Band of the Upstate” (Greenville News). TJ Edwardz (Middle), who has been nicknamed “Stevie Legend” with artistic capabilities of both Stevie Wonder and John Legend, is a native of Greenwood SC. He and Carlton Jamison (Left, Drums) met while Carl played percussion at Lander University. Kevin Kennedy (Right) aka “Santana” hails from Detroit Michigan. These musicians have blazed a trail in USA, Italy, London, Dublin, and Russia, playing and singing awesome music .

July 8: XperienceSoul

XperienceSoul strives to bring you the best quality of music for all occasions with songs by iconic and timeless R&B,Funk,Jazz,Neo-Soul,Blues artists.. With their high energy and mature vibe , XperienceSoul has the music to accommodate all occasions.

July 15: Free Flow Band

According to the Mountain Xpress, the Free Flow Band members are the “The Guardians of Funk, and an Irresistible Dance Party that draws fans from across generations and social groups and if you ask their fans, they will tell you Free Flow is a dance band that doesn’t try to sound like anyone but Free Flow. Free Flow’s line up of musicians reads like a who’s who of the best Funk Bands ever to grace North Carolina. “Our mission is to get people on the dance floor, the members of the Free Flow Band proclaimed during a recent interview, almost in unison. And if you’ve seen them perform, you know that they meet that mission, night after night.”

July 22: Rhythm City Band

Rhythm City Band is one of the Upstate’s most versatile bands performing music from all genres to meet your particular venue.

July 29: Split Shot

Onstage or off, Split Shot are the kind of guys you genuinely want to call friends. With the charm only true Southerner’s can possess, they bring their talent to the stage with a quick-witted knee-slapping sense of humor coupled with a clear love for the music. Since its inception Split Shot has grown to be one of the most popular variety bands in their hometown of Greenville SC.

August 5: Retro Vertigo

Retro Vertigo is one of South Carolina’s premiere ’80s cover bands since 2005!

August 12: Sunsett Strip

Sunsett Strip is a professional tribute band that pays honor to the music of the great Hair Metal/Glam bands of the 80s. Come join us for a trip down memory lane. Music by bands such as Poison, Ratt, Scorpions, Dokken, Van Halen, Def Leopard, Cinderella, Motley Crue and GnR.

August 19: Groove Centric

Groove Centric started in 2008 in Atlanta, GA. They have since grown to a trendsetting band playing all around the country at venues such as Good Times Jazz Restaurant, The Velvet Note, Pefect Note, Venkmans, Blues Boulevard, Chayz Lounge, St. James Live Jazz Restaurant, Churchill Grounds, the legendary Paschal’s Restaurant, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint, The Artmore Hotel, Jazz Café, Accoustix Jazz Restaurant, Ambiance Lounge, The Jazz Loft, Michon’s Loft and many more. Groove Centric has expanded their musical reach by providing melodic entertainment for many corporate events.

August 26: Dana Jones and the Bruce Caldwell Project

Dana Jones and the Bruce Caldwell Project is an 8 piece band that features a full horn section. Their eclectic song list covers everything from Prohibition Era swing to contemporary funk. The members of the band are all professional musicians with years of experience in the entertainment industry. Their 2019 recording of “I Count the Tears” remained number 1 on the beach music charts for over two months.

September 9: Tuxedo Junction

Tuxedo Junction has been referred to in area media as the “regional quintessential cover music band” and . . . it still is! No area band does the variety of material this band does…and with 2, 3, and 4 part harmonies

September 16: Gwen & The Kats

The ‘Kats have made a name as the only band to play the classic swing hits AND Motown and classic rock, too! A veteran on the Southeast music scene, Gwen & The ‘Kats are one of the busiest bands in the Southeast, being named “Favorite Swing Artist” by the readers of Creative Loafing magazine and taking their act overseas to France, Eastern Europe and Turkey.

September 23: Heart ‘N Soul Band

Since the band’s inception in 2008, Heart ‘n Soul has become Columbia’s premier dance band! Audiences will think they have stepped back in time when they hear R&B and Doo Wop tunes from the 50s, 60s and 70s.  Heart ‘n Soul offers its audiences a toe tapping, hand clapping, and shag dancing good time.

Visit the City of Greenville website to view the schedule and for additional information.

Last updated September 8, 2022.