Join us for the longest-running poetry showcase in South Carolina, celebrating 19 years of exciting poetry programming since 2002. Coffee U
Say What Returns to Coffee Underground Sunday! Extended Open Mic hosted by Jenice Pleasant. The night will also feature poetry games, fun, and a full night of open mic slots for local poets on a first come, first serve basis. Host Jenice Pleasant. Produced by Wits End Poetry. All poetry styles welcome. Coffee Underground. 1 East Coffee Street. Greenville, SC 29601. Doors open at 7:00pm. $10.
This is a socially distanced event. Masks required. Only 35 tickets for sale.
Join us for the longest running poetry showcase in South Carolina, celebrating 19 years of exciting poetry programming since 2002. Wits End’s Say What Sundays Poetry Events are at Coffee Underground at 7:30 pm in Downtown Greenville Sunday nights. 1 E. Coffee Street. Featured poets and poetry slams plus our weekly open mic. All poetry styles welcome. Shows often sell out, so get their early or buy tickets at Eventbrite! http://witsendpoetry.eventbrite.com. Follow our social media @witsendpoetry across all platforms.
WILL CALL TICKETS. You can reserve advanced tickets via Cashapp $witsendpoetry. Put date of show in the note. Then pick up your tickets at the box office located outside the theater doors. Avoid Eventbrite fees. You will receive a confirmation from Kimberly Simms, executive director of Wits End Poetry.
ALL TICKETS CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER SHOW BY EMAILING WITSENDPOETRYSC@GMAIL.COM ON NIGHT OF SHOW YOU CAN’T ATTEND. Must contact by 7:30.
Produced by Wits End Poetry, these poetry events are made possible in part by the generous support of the South Carolina Arts Commission and the Metropolitan Arts Council with funds received from the City of Greenville, BMW Manufacturing Company, Michelin North America, Inc., SEW Eurodrive and the South Carolina Arts Commission. More information at www.witsendpoetry.com.
#yeahthatgreenville #gvlarts #greenvillesc #poetryslam #poetry
(Sunday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
1 E Coffee St
Wits End Poetry