Greenville: New Country Music Venue

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Greenville is about to have a new concert hall. Cowboy Up Nightlife, a country music venue, will open March 25 in the historic Judson Mill neighborhood. (The video above is a tour of the new venue) The venue will host live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night with a wide range of artists and genres. “I’m thrilled to bring a fresh take on modern country music to Greenville and I can’t think of a better location for the venue,” said Howard Dozier, owner and developer of Cowboy Up. A mechanical bull sits in one corner and a four-sided bar is located in the center of the space surrounded by bar seating, custom tables, high trays and VIP booths available for booking for paid shows Colt Ford is set to perform with Conner Sweeny at the grand opening on April 8 and Matt Stell performing April 15 with George Birge and Hunter Holland Cowboy Up plans to host 10-15 ticketed shows in its first months of operation. country music, Cowboy Up plans to host a variety of artists, including genres such as rock, indie rock, folk, and more, according to Braxton Wilson, owner of Greenville-based Palmetto Entertainment. said the venue targets a range of artists from national bands and performers to local artists, as well as occasional big-format DJs. Cowboy Up combines rustic reclaimed wood and brick with a sleek modern design incorporating materials from Judson Mill on the walls and sides of the stage. The entire space can be rented for private and corporate events. Admission is free to Cowboy Up, except for paid events such as concerts. Originally open from 4 p.m. to midnight Friday and 11:30 a.m. to midnight Saturday, Cowboy Up plans to host Sunday brunch and open Thursday evening. For more information and tickets, visit www.cowboyupgvl.com. If you are interested in playing Cowboy Up, contact Braxton Wilson at [email protected]

Greenville is about to have a new concert hall.

Cowboy Up Nightlife, a country music venue, will open March 25 in the historic Judson Mill neighborhood.

(The video above is a tour of the new venue)

The venue will host shows every Friday and Saturday night featuring a wide range of artists and genres.

“I’m thrilled to bring a new take on modern country music to Greenville and I can’t think of a better location for the venue,” said Howard Dozier, owner and developer of Cowboy Up.

The 10,000 square foot space features concert sound and lighting, including a 30-by-20-foot stage.

A mechanical bull sits in one corner, and a four-sided bar sits in the center of the space surrounded by bar seating, custom tables, high trays, and VIP booths available to book for paid shows.

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Colt Ford is set to perform with Conner Sweeny at the April 8 grand opening, and Matt Stell will perform April 15 with George Birge and Hunter Holland.

Cowboy Up plans to host 10-15 paid shows in its first months of operation.

Although rooted in country music, Cowboy Up plans to host a variety of artists, including genres such as rock, indie rock, folk, and more, according to Braxton Wilson, owner of Palmetto Entertainment, based in Greenville.

Wilson said the venue targets a range of artists from national bands and performers to local artists, as well as occasional big-format DJs.

Cowboy Up combines rustic reclaimed wood and brick with a sleek modern design incorporating materials from Judson Mill on the walls and sides of the stage.

The entire space can be rented for private and corporate events.

Admission is free to Cowboy Up, except for paid events such as concerts.

Originally open from 4 p.m. to midnight Friday and 11:30 a.m. to midnight Saturday, Cowboy Up plans to host Sunday brunch and open Thursday evening.

For more information and tickets, visit www.cowboyupgvl.com. If you are interested in playing Cowboy Up, contact Braxton Wilson at [email protected]

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