Entertainment
  • The inaugural Bob Wills Fiddle Festival & Contest will be held at several locations in downtown Greenville from October 31 through November 2, attracting top fiddlers from across the nation, if not throughout the word, to compete in this prestigious three-day showdown. To top it off, The Time Jumpers, featuring Vince Gill and Nashville session fiddler Larry Franklin, one of the famous "fiddlin' Franklins" from Whitewright, will take the stage at the 1,700 seat Greenville Municipal Auditorium Saturday night, November 1.
  • Classic singer-songwriter-flautist-guitarist celebrates the release of new album, Homo Erraticus (photo by Carl Glover)
  • Director Leslie Austin has assembled a cast of local favorites as well as a few new faces in this family-friendly, popcorn throwin’, booin’ and hissin’, old-fashioned comedy. Austin is using her skilled directorial hand to add some extra fun and plenty of audience interaction. Morgan Bond portrays Belle Holiday, Daniel Frank plays Eddie Allswell and Joe Shimek gives his interpretation of Gerald Snively. Kasey Bush is Fifi Songbird, Alex Ammons is Rufus Hands, Nicole Holbert is Melinda Mooch, Stephanie Ludlow Kelly is Lizzie Holiday, Brett Femrite is Sherriff Bob White and J.R. DeLaney is Lawyer Pitts. Producer is the well-known MRT veteran, Jacob Correll.
  • The Purge pretty much restricted itself to a supposedly safe family home, but the sequel takes place on the mean streets of Los Angeles.
  • Pam Tillis, a Country Music Association "Female Vocalist of the Year" and member of the legendary country music family will be among the diverse line-up of performers when Greenville Entertainment Series kicks off its 70th season.
  • Eureka Springs is rounding out the summer with another exciting event. This year’s Annual Bluegrass Festival will be jam-packed with lively and talented musicians for three days on August 14-16.
  • Dawes, Jason Isbell, Patty Griffin, Wade Bowen, Paper Bird, Jackopierce, Andrew Ripp, Kylie Rae Harris and Michaelis to perform
  • Get ready, music lovers! Bob Livingston will appear "live" in concert at Harmony House Concerts on Sunday, July 20, 2014, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. This multi-talented Texas musician/historian, whose creativity never ends, is returning to Harmony House for his fourth time. His unforgettable, interactive & "up close" shows are always "sell-outs."
  • The Red River Alliance of Wounded Heroes of Texas is sponsoring a benefit event for wounded heroes in the North Texas area to be held at the Chrystal Opry House.
  • Hosted by Joan Kelton & The Shades of Bluegrass - special gospel from "our own" By Faith Alone.
  • On Thursday, July 24, the Greenville Youth Orchestra will present their first concert. It will be at 7:00 p.m. at the Greenville Municipal Auditorium. The orchestra is comprised of about 30 young musicians from 3rd grade through high school who come from around the North Texas area.
  • (L-R) Nikki Silva, Diana Adair and Allison Minton