Chase Bryant, 24, is the youngest headliner at the Greer Family Festival.
Anne Helton's Creation Station returns to capture the kids' arts and crafts imagination.
Bryant, 24, will perform a concert on May 6 at 7:30 p.m. He is the youngest entertainer to headline the festival.
Bryant is a singer and songwriter. His grandfather, Jimmy Bryant, performed with Roy Orbison and Waylon Jennings. In fact, Chase signed with Orbison’s widow, Barbara, what proved to be her final signing before her death.
Bryant began touring with Brantley Gilbert in early 2015 and later became one of two opening acts on Tim McGraw’s 2015 Shotgun Rider Tour.
The festival, Bryant’s concert and other entertainment are free through the weekend. Friday hours are 6-10 p.m. and Saturday hours 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
The Pelham Medical Center will have free health screenings, doctors, specialists and hospital information available.
Creation Station and the KidsZone return with food vendors featured throughout downtown and City Park.
“This year’s event will be another great time for families to enjoy all of the great things our community has to offer,” festival chairman Brent Garrett said in Friday’s announcement. “We are excited to bring Chase Bryant to Greer, and feature a talented up and coming country act.”
Downtown merchants and restaurants will also be open during the festival.
Tickets for food, beverages and children’s rides can be purchased on site and crafts sales are cash. The event is alcohol-free and pets, coolers, skateboards and bicycles are not allowed in the event site.