Wells Fargo Red White And Blue

Dated: 06/11/2015

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Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue presented by AT&T, is Greenville’s premier 4th of July celebration, showcasing one of the state’s largest fireworks displays sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System.

The free event, from 5-10 p.m., Saturday, July 4, 2015, features live music on two stages, fun-filled activities in the Zaxby’s Kidz Zone and a variety of popular food and beverage vendors. The event takes place in downtown Greenville from Court to Camperdown streets and will encompass Broad Street, from Laurens to Falls Streets, and Falls Park.

The fireworks, along with patriotic music, will be simulcast on on radio station 92.5. Of course you can't see them on the radio, so you should come down to downtown Greenville and watch them in person. Main St from Court St. to Falls Park Drive (formerly Camperdown Way) will give you the best vantage point. 

There are at least a couple of other places where it is possible to view the fireworks, and enjoy a meal at the same time. Chef Manigaut's La Vielle Maison, on Howe St, will be having a cookout;  you can enjoy the quaint, charming atmosphere while you watch. Here is their website: http://www.chefmanigault.net. I couldn't find any information there about this; I got it word of mouth, but you can give them a call.  If you are a member of the Commerce Club, or have a friend who is a member, they are having a spectacular party with food and a DJ, and you get to watch the fireworks from a great vantage point on the 17th floor of One Liberty Square, on Beattie Place downtown, very close to Main St. 

As always, if you would like more information on events or anything else abut Greenville just give me a call! I would love to help. 

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Beth M Gaffer

I have been practicing real estate in the Upstate of SC for 4 years, and have been a realtor for almost 18 years. I love this area and especially enjoy helping people relocate to beautiful Greenville....

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