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October in Greensboro

posted on September 19, 2019 by Paislee

Visit Greensboro this October for spooky events, fall festivities, and much more. Greensboro, North Carolina has your October plans. The NC Food Rodeo brings the best food trucks in North Carolina (Triad, Triangle & even Charlotte) together at the Haw River Valley’s Grove Winery on the 2nd Sunday of each month. The NC Food Rodeo……Read more

Ring in 2020 in Greensboro: New Year’s Eve

posted on December 11, 2019 by Paislee

The annual Rockin’ Noon Years Eve at the Greensboro Children’s Museum 1808 Timber at Grandover Resort NYE Celebration Jessica Mashbur at O.Henry Hotel on NYE New Years Eve with The Breakfast Club Get ready for a new decade. Ring in 2020 with these events happening around Greensboro. There is a little something for everyone. Meridian…Read more

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Offbleat: Goats in Greensboro

posted on September 25, 2018 by Colleen FitzGerald

If you’ve been to Greensboro, you may have noticed the goat presence. No, not feral flocks of goats roaming the streets, just a decent amount of goat-related attractions and activities. Is it a lot? I’m honestly not sure. I’m not dedicated enough to conduct an audit of various cities to count the number of places…Read more

Get Spooky in Greensboro

posted on September 18, 2018 by Paislee

Happy Hauntings in Greensboro Halloween is right around the corner and Greensboro has the festivals chills and thrills to keep you up at night with an award-winning haunt, family fun, and much more. **Note that at time of publication COVID-19 is still affecting operations of businesses, please review and plan ahead as hours and programs…Read more

New Year’s Eve in Greensboro 2019

posted on December 13, 2018 by Paislee

Ring in 2019 with these fun events happening around Greensboro we’ve got a little something for everyone. From Live Music to Parties and Family Fun.  These events have tickets available, but please check availability before attending. Missing a go-to event? Share with us at #VisitGSO #NYEGSO

September in Greensboro

posted on August 13, 2018 by Paislee

One of the best times to visit Greensboro is in September with average temperatures of high 80’s low 60’s. Not only is it beautiful with the fall leaves changing, but it’s also one of the busiest months to visit with festivals, concerts, family-fun and more. There is something for everyone. Plan your visit with these…Read more

Four of the Best Dive Bars in Greensboro

posted on June 11, 2018 by Colleen FitzGerald

The dive bar – an American tradition of sorts that’s been an ongoing infatuation of mine way before I could’ve legally step foot near one. I blame my love for films like Blue Velvet and Barfly and the writings of Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg as a young teen. Dive bars are what I personally…Read more

10 insta-worthy places to visit

posted on May 14, 2018 by Paislee

Greensboro is a great place to take your next instagram adventure from colored murals, lush greenery and unique sites. We’ve compiled a list of the must-see  hot spots in Greensboro that should be tagged under our #VisitGSO hashtag when you visit. Let’s see your great pictures. 

Valentine’s Day 2018: 8 romantic date night ideas in Greensboro

posted on February 6, 2018 by Paislee

It’s the season of love, and Greensboro has a lot to love. Whether you celebrate on the day Wednesday, February 14th or the weekend before or after. We’re home to many great attractions that will be perfect for you and your love one all year round. These attractions are also great for Galentines day too. 

Learn about the Greensboro Symphony!

posted on November 20, 2017 by Greensboro CVB

How much do you know about the historic Greensboro Symphony? The roots of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra extend back to the 1920’s when a group of musicians at Woman’s College (now UNCG) banded together with one common goal: to great an Orchestra. The Orchestra was formally organized as a group in 1939, financially sustained by…Read more

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