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Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue Festival

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Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue presented by AT&T is Greenville’s premier 4th of July celebration, showcasing one of the state’s largest fireworks displays, sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System. The fireworks will begin at 9:45 pm.

The free event, scheduled for Friday, July 4 from 5 to 10 p.m., features live music on two stages, fun-filled activities in the Zaxby’s Kidz Zone and a variety of popular food and beverage vendors. The event takes place in downtown Greenville from Court to Camperdown Streets and will encompass Broad Street, from Laurens to Falls Streets, and Falls Park.

Parking and Traffic Information

A traffic plan map is available for your event planning purposes.
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In addition, please note:

  • Event parking will be in place at all the parking garages and the Rhett Street Lot
  • Event parking will begin at 3 pm
  • Event parking is $5 cash pay upon entry, CASH ONLY
  • The fireworks will begin at 9:45 pm
  • Expect delays when exiting: a backup in the garage usually means there is a backup on the street. There is nowhere to go.
  • The Greenville Police Department will be directing traffic on the street, parking attendants must heed the direction of the police officer.
  • Be aware of street closures for the event.
Pepsi Stage
5:15 pm – Most Wanted Bluegrass
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Most Wanted Bluegrass is a band of award winning musicians that bring a toe tapping, solid bluegrass performance to the stage. Their driving instrumentals coupled with strong vocals and beautiful harmony assures a performance that you do not want to miss.
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6:45 pm - Matt Tucker Band
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Born in Rock Hill, SC Matt Tucker was raised on country music. Raised in a very musically inclined family, Tucker has always loved to sing and in 2008 decided to get serious with it. He began playing in honky tonks around Rock Hill, SC with his father. Soon he was breaking out as a solo artist playing acoustic gigs. Putting together his first band, a couple years later, he began to realize his full potential and started on his journey to Nashville. Influenced by some of country music's most known legends (George Strait, Alan Jackson, Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty) and modern artists (Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks) just to name a few. Tucker's southern upbringing definitely shines through his songs. His music reflects the new country phase but with some ol' traditional ways. 2013 was a great year for Matt, he and all the folks behind the scenes have been making lots of friends in Music City (Nashville, TN). In October, 2013, Tucker became a SESAC affiliate known as Guitbox Publishing, referred in by Hall of Fame songwriter Sam Tate. Soon after he released a 4 song EP recorded in Nashville, TN, at Midtown Studio, with Pat Holt producing and engineering. In December of 2013 a big CD release party at one of the Southeast's premier country night clubs (Coyote Joes: Charlotte, NC) helped spark his self-written single “Tonight” to take hold and has started getting Radio airplay. Matt continues to work hard to put together a crowd pleasing high energy show that showcases his own songs as well as covering many old favorites and many current day hits. Currently one of the "Carolinas" top independent Country acts, and starting to take hold regionally, Tucker plans to bring the package until the receiver is found! Look out for MT "Country Rockin" a town near you! Stay tuned for there will be a lot more out of this very driven and admirable young man in the Country Music Industry. Website | Listen

8:15 pm to 9:35 pm - Cody Webb
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Cody Webb was born on July 11, 1988, and raised in the small, no-red-light town of Ridge Spring, South Carolina. Growing up, Cody was into everything. He played Football and Basketball in high school, was active in his youth group at church, played guitar and piano and still found time to take part in things like hunting and fishing like any old southern boy from the country. Music was the one passion that stuck with Cody. Cody is living his dream to this day pursuing a career in music and has recently signed his first artist/publishing deal with Monument Entertainment and now lives in Nashville with his wife Hayley. Cody started playing guitar around age 8, by age 12 he found himself on stage playing with his dad’s band at local festivals, clubs and parties. Throughout high school Cody and his dad (Eddie) played acoustic shows very regularly and Cody quickly realized that there was nothing he wanted to do more than play music. He began to express an interest in songwriting around age 15 and continues to write to this day. Fast forward to Cody's senior year in college at Clemson University: by this time Cody was playing over 150 shows a year all over SC and the surrounding states. Cody began traveling to Nashville during his senior year in college. Cody continues to play shows all over with his band and has recently signed an artist/ publishing deal with Monument Entertainment. Cody recently released his new EP "Backwoods Bucket List" containing 7 tracks that Cody co-wrote. They can be found on iTunes and all the online stores. Website | Listen

Peace Center Amphitheatre
6:30–7:30 pm and 8–9:30 pm – 246th Army Band
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From Columbia to Charleston, Myrtle Beach to Greenville, the 246 Army Band has been thrilling audiences of all ages for more than 50 years across South Carolina. As the premier touring musical representative of the South Carolina National Guard, this acclaimed organization travels hundreds of miles each year presenting a variety of music to enthusiastic audiences throughout the state. Through these concerts, the 246 Army Band fosters the support of the American people for members of the armed forces and supports many efforts around the state of South Carolina. Follow the 246th on Facebook

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