Live music returns to downtown Greenville on April 7 with Greenville Heritage Sound Check presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar. The socially distanced concert series will be held in the Peace Center Amphitheatre on Wednesdays from 6 pm to 9 pm starting April 7 and continuing until September 29.
Space will be limited and reservations will be required. The admission cost will be $10 for a T-Mobile Safe Space Pod, which can accommodate up to four people. Beverage delivery service will also be available.
Coolers, tents and outside drinks will not be permitted but event guests are encouraged to bring chairs and/or blankets for use in the pods. Pets will not be allowed on the event site.
The City of Greenville will follow the guidelines established by state and federal public health officials regarding social distancing and sanitation, including spacing pods six feet apart and providing hand sanitizing stations throughout the site. Face coverings will also be required when not drinking or eating. Individuals who are unable to wear a face covering can reserve one of two specially-designated pods.
“Greenville Heritage FCU is excited to partner with the City of Greenville to bring live music back downtown in a socially responsible manner,” said Alan Berry, president/CEO of Greenville Heritage FCU. “We are proud to be the title sponsor of this one-of-a-kind event and hope you will join us by the Reedy River for 26 nights of live music, featuring some of your favorite local and regional bands.”
Additional Sound Check sponsors include T-Mobile, Michelob Ultra, WYFF 4, Community Journals, Signatures Apparel and Entercom.
Tickets for the April 7 concert are available now. For more information and to reserve tickets, visit gvlsoundcheck.com.
While the city hopes to bring back its popular Thursday and Friday night concert series, there are currently no start dates scheduled.
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