Greenville is the Live Music Capital of Northeast Texas - Live Music Info
Farmers Market - open Saturday mornings
The downtown Farmers' Market focuses on LOCALLY GROWN
produce, so it's truly seasonal and fresh from the farm!
AND it's another thing that makes Downtown Greenville
a special place!
presented by L-3 Mission Integration
The 2015 Bob Wills Fiddle Festival & Contest,is a 4-day extravaganza featuring premier concert performances by Western swing royalty Asleep at the Wheel and country music legend Charley Pride in addition to the extensive fiddle contest highlighted by seven divisions and more than $8,500 in cash and prizes.
Thursday, Oct. 15
Friday, Oct. 16
Saturday, Oct. 17
Sunday, Oct. 18
Tickets for Charley Pride are $35-$75. Tickets for Asleep at the Wheel are $31-$51. Buy tickets via www.showtimeatthegma.com or the GMA box office at 903-457-2994.
Ghost hunters and curiosity-seekers find Greenville, Texas full of mystery and unsolved happenings.
Wealth, scandal, and notorious figures from the past stir the imagination.
Weekend Ghost Walks feature a haunted winery, a theater where famous actors from the past still perform and a depot where ghostly passengers wait for trains that no longer arrive.
Hear about a Victorian triple-drowning, Civil War conflicts, an early red light district , and moving objects at the site of a former gallows.
Tour conducted by guide in Victorian costume, Fridays and Saturdays, beginning at 6:30 pm at the "The Spot" Garden, 2800 Lee Street in downtown Greenville. $12 per person. Contact Steven Reese for more details, 903-217-8851.
Landon Winery, winery tours Saturdays at 2 pm
This winery on the north side of the Hunt County Courthouse
Square (2508 Lee Street) is now Texas' 10th largest production
winery. Housed in a former 1930s Kress Department Store,
Landon Winery features many award-winning wines and ambience
at the GMA
Threadgill Concert Series
at The Texan Theater
Live Entertainment at Landon Winery
2508 Lee Street
of Main Street
3216 Washington Street
Greenville, TX 75401
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