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Friday Night in Fountain Inn

It’s no secret that Greenville and its surrounding suburbs, including Fountain Inn, are growing at exceptional rates. Although it’s been discovered that one of the main reasons people relocate to this area is the location and weather, it is also the incredible activities accessible to people of all ages. From award – winning restaurants to concerts, shopping and parks, there is always something going on. Now that summer has finally arrived, the City of Fountain Inn has many events to keep our local, and not so local, community engaged.

On May 24th, the first Sounds of Summer concert series started with a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tribute band called Harvest Moon. They rocked out on stage for hours while attendees sang along and even did a little dancing. The concert series will be featuring different performers to be held every Friday night from 6pm to 9pm at Commerce Park in downtown Fountain Inn. A full schedule can be found here.

With growth comes a lot of great things. Having the ability to get out, walk around, access great food, and shopping is something to be proud of. If you are headed to see one of our amazing concerts on a Friday evening, plan to come early and get some dinner at one of our many dining establishments. Do you feel like Italian or Mexican food? Visit our friends at Cucina 100 or El Patron. Maybe some BBQ from Henry’s? All these options are available along with many others. Before heading to the music, get the kids an ice cream cone from The Chill Factory and then get yourself a pint from Fountain Inn Taproom or Voodoo Brewing. When the music stops, the fun continues. Head over to WingNuts from some late-night darts, pool or some A-MAZING chicken wings and cold beer.

Don't sleep too late on Saturday morning or you will miss one of the best Farmers Markets around! The Fountain Inn Farmers Market starts at 8am and ends at noon every Saturday morning until September 28th. Stop by the Wine Fountain for a glass of prosecco or Steam for a delicious coffee before heading to Depot Street for some of the freshest produce around. There are also vendors selling artwork, delicious baked goodies, honey and many other items. If shopping makes you hungry, like it does for us, grab a flatbread or sandwich for lunch at The Farehouse.

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