GHS Fall Choral Showcase & 1950’s Drive-In Diner

The Greenville High School Choir presents their Fall Choral Showcase Tuesday, October 27th at 7 p.m. in the Greenville High School Auditorium. The concert, entitled “Pop Music Through the Ages” will feature recognizable hits and favorites from current and past pop music icons. The concert is free and open to the public.

Preceding the concert, the GHS Music Boosters are hosting their second 1950’s Drive-In Diner. Guests can drive-in to the 50’s themed diner located at the high school parking lot in front of the gym, to enjoy dinner before the show. All proceeds will benefit the choral and band departments at Greenville High School.

The menu for the evening includes: Hamburgers – $3; Cheeseburgers – $3; Hotdogs – $2; Chili Dogs – $3; Chips / Pretzels – $1; Soda Floats – $2; Soda – $1; Water – $1; Tea / Lemonade – $1. Experience food, 50’s music, a classic car show, hula hooping, swing dancing, barbershop music, and more.

For more information contact GHS Choral Director, Shawn Cox at or the high school office at 664.1370.

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