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Posted on: June 4, 2018

Summer Concert Series Returns Downtown June 6

The City of Greenville’s ScanScource Reedy River Concerts return to the Peace Center amphitheater, offering 12 weeks of free musical entertainment this summer. The series kicks off June 6 and features a variety of bands throughout the season, including The Fillmore Bros, L.O.Z. and Mystic Vibrations.

“ScanSource is thrilled to be presenting sponsor of the Reedy River Concert series for the third consecutive year,” said Christy Thompson, vice president of worldwide marketing at ScanSource. “It’s important to us to support quality of life in the Upstate, and our partnership with the City of Greenville has given us another fantastic outlet to do this. We’re looking forward to all the great music and performances this summer in downtown Greenville.”

Concerts will be held Wednesday evenings, June 6 through August 29, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Attendees are invited to come early and bring lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic. Food will also be available for purchase from food trucks and vendors who will be onsite throughout the season. Individuals consuming alcohol at the event must purchase a $1 wristband. For more information, visit gvilleevents.com or follow the event on social media. A complete schedule of this season’s concerts is listed below.

ScanSource Reedy River Concerts 
June 6 – Blackwater Social (Blues/Rock)
June 13 – The Hired Help (Rock)
June 20 – Contra Blues Band (Blues)
June 27 – L.O.Z. (Reggae Rock)
July 11 – Munchoo & The Electric Soul Band (R&B/Soul)
July 18 – Concealed Damage (Classic Rock)
July 25 – Mystic Vibrations (Reggae)
August 1 – Amongst the Trees (Folk/Jam)
August 8 – Sly Sparrow (Pop Rock/Blues)
August 22– Matt Fassas Trip (Rock)
August 29 – The Fillmore Bros (Classic Rock)

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