Sunday - October 23 - 2016 | 6:30pm
It might be a chilly fall evening on Sunday, October 23rd but between the fire pits and the dancing we doubt you'll even notice the cool air. Wasted Wine is one of Greenville's most original local bands! They mix old time instruments and styles with modern lyrics and moods. They're dramatic and spontaneous, fun and witty. They're different in the best way. If you've seen them perform in the past you know the intense energy they put into all of their shows. They tone some of that excessiveness down a notch in the garden but you can still sense it simmering underneath. Local Greenville artists, Ed Yazijian & Pete Nolan (of Majik Markers), open the show on Sunday. As always, bring a seat and a snack. Warm beverages might come in handy too. Leashed dogs are always welcome in the garden. Invite a few friends and share the last show of 2016 with them!
The concert is free but the musicians rely on the tip jar to cover their expenses and feed themselves. Please bring a little cash so they can eat (we recommend $5/person but any donation is appreciated).