A Day Of Free Live Music At The Fourth Fest

An image from last year's Fourth Fest main music stage

The big Fourth Fest celebration is Saturday in downtown Greenville.

There will be a carnival on College Avenue, other activities, food and drinks.

The event will feature a full day of music, as outlined by Fourth Fest Chairman Rex Catron and Treasurer John Goldsmith.

John & Rex pointed out that the Fourth Fest committee has worked really hard to bring in something that appeals to everyone, including fans of a wide variety of music.

Music at the fourth fest will include Pat Liston, formerly of Mama’s Pride, at 1 PM; Jeff Chapman at 3 PM; the Greenville Muny Band at 5 PM, a US Air Force Band from Scott Air Force Base at 6 PM; headliners Confederate Railroad at 8 PM; fireworks at 9:30; and Big Love, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band, around 10 PM. All of the music is free. The evening is expected to wrap up around midnight.

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Those attending Fourth Fest should bring lawn chairs.

Pat Liston and Jeff Chapman will perform in the shade on the south side of the courthouse. The Muny Band will set up on the east side of the courthouse.

All other bands will perform on the Bradford National Bank main stage at the intersection of Second and Main streets.

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