Your Guide to 2020 Bank of America Fall for Greenville

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  • October 1, 2020
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Fall for Greenville Goes Virtual This October

Bank of America Fall for Greenville presented by Pepsi, one of the largest street festivals in the Southeast, today announced plans for a Virtual Experience of its annual event. While the in-person events for Fall for Greenville are canceled this year during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still many great virtual events planned for this year’s event that highlight the best of Greenville and the Upstate of South Carolina.

Virtual Events, Beer Gardens & Live Music Highlight 2020 Fall for Greenville

The festival will celebrate its 39th year October 9-11, and throughout the month of October, with a lineup of virtual events, including a headlining musical performance from American country music singer-songwriter Nikki Lane, live cooking demonstrations presented by US Foods, a Mich Ultra Virtual Beer Garden, Demos for Donations with local chefs and much more.

New for 2020, Bank of America Fall for Greenville is featuring a special digital discount book good at 35 of your favorite local restaurants.

A Taste of Our Town Discount Book presented by Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center provides over 40 discounts valued at almost $400. BOGO, free appetizers and free desserts are just a few of the discounts available in the book. Learn more about the Taste of Our Town Discount Book and buy your’s here.

Preview the changes for 2020


Fall For Greenville Schedule

Learn more about the Fall For Greenville Coupon Book

Monday, September 28
  A Taste of our Town Digital Discount Book Sales Begin  


Tuesday, September 29
  Wicked Weed Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram
   
Thursday, October 1
 

– Brewery 85 Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram

– A Taste of our Town Digital Discount Books are Activated

Tuesday, October 6
  Bold Rock Cidery Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram
   
Wednesday, October 7
  TBD Demos for Donations with Table 301 Kitchen and Catering
   
Thursday, October 8
  Palmetto Brewing Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram
   
Friday, October 9
  6 p.m. US Foods Culinary Demonstration with Chef Jeremy Bevins
7 p.m. My Girl My Whiskey & Me
8 p.m. Nikki Lane
   
Saturday, October 10
  12 p.m. Kilwins Chocolates, Fudge & Ice Cream Fudge Making Demonstration  

4 p.m. KW Beverage Virtual Happy Hour featuring Brewery 85, Catawba Brewing, Bold Rock Cidery, New Belgium Brewing, Steel Hands Brewing, Wicked Weed and Palmetto Brewing

5 p.m. US Foods BBQ Demonstration with Chef Chuck Martin

6 p.m. Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues

7 p.m. Q&A with Mac Arnold

   
Sunday, October 11
  11 a.m. In the Kitchen with Chef Rodney Freidank from Table 301 Catering & Kitchen

12 p.m. Greenville Jazz Collective

4 p.m. US Foods Culinary Demonstration with Chef Jennifer Leamons

5 p.m. Sharon Jones Tribute Band

   
Tuesday, October 13
  Steel Hands Brewing Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram
   
Wednesday, October 14
  5:30 p.m. Demos for Donations with Kilwins Chocolates, Fudge & Ice Cream
   
Thursday, October 15
  New Belgium Brewing Taps Takeover on @gvilleevents Instagram

5:30 p.m. Demos for Donations with Oil & Vinegar

Last day to purchase festival shirts

   
Thursday, December 31

A Taste of our Town Digital Discount Book Sales End  
   
Sunday, February 28

A Taste of our Town Digital Discount Book Expires

Preview the Music



About Fall for Greenville

Named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society, Bank of America Fall for Greenville continues to support the local community. Over the past 15 years, the festival has donated over $600,000 to local charities. This year’s beneficiary program, presented by Greenville Technical College, will support the following local nonprofits: Harvest Hope Food Bank, Newcomers of Greater Greenville, Vocal Matrix, Boy Scout Troop 260 and Boy Scout Troop 266. Combined, these groups have volunteered over 20,000 hours at Bank of America Fall for Greenville over the past 10 years.  


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