Visit Greensboro this October for spooky events, fall festivities, and much more. Greensboro, North Carolina has your October plans.
Logo 2017 National Folk Festival Timothy Levy uses a sledgehammer Saturday to put a tent stake into the ground as he sets up tents for the N.C. Folk Festival, which will begin Friday in Greensboro.
Renovated and thriving with new life the Revolution Mill in Greensboro is a great place to explore, bursting with restaurants, events, and art. Over the last three years, Revolution Mill has repurposed itself. What was once a functioning flannel mill is now a destination for dining and art for visitors. Dine at Kitchen and Market,…Read more
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, horror film fest, family fun, and much more.
Live music is North Carolina, Governor Roy Cooper, stated that “2019 is the Year of Music,” and Greensboro, NC has music playing everywhere. Check out the North Carolina Folk Festival, September 6-8 in downtown Greensboro- featuring music from all over the world. See the first tour spot from Carrie Underwood: Cry Pretty 360 Tour at Greensboro…Read more
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
Join Greensboro as we commemorate what King stood for with our community before, during and after MLK day on Jan. 21, 2019 with these community activities and events. Join the Temple Emanuel congregation for their annual MLK Shabbat service featuring inspirational music that will certainly ensure a memorable evening. The service is designed not only…Read more
Get Ready for a good time in Greensboro this April. Food, Laughs and more are on the way. Don’t miss a show. Chris Tomlin ~ Holy Roar ~ Greensboro Coliseum Complex Tickets Website Facebook
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
The annual tradition celebrating 38 years takes over downtown Greensboro with over 8 blocks of fun. Live music, local artisans, family activities and entertainment. The day ends with fireworks display and performances by The Dixieland Band and Greensboro Concert Band.