Artisphere, the annual arts and culture festival in downtown Greenville presented by TD Bank, released its 2023 music lineup, with a range of musical artists set to perform at the WYFF 4 Main Stage during the three-day festival from May 12 to May 14.
Over the last 15 years, Artisphere has had a strong economic impact on Greenville, bringing in nearly $12 million and approximately $1.5 million in artist sales — from visual to performing to culinary, along with music and culture.
Here is the 2023 Artisphere music lineup:
Friday, May 12:
Noon, Quasi Quasar
2 p.m., Chris Gladson
4 p.m., Kentucky Gentlemen
6:30 p.m., Robert Jon & The Wreck
Saturday, May 13:
10 a.m., Andrew Wooten with Caroline’s Roost
2 p.m., Linda Faye’s Sound
4 p.m., The Pinkerton Raid
6:30 p.m., Sunny War
Sunday, May 14:
Noon, Kismet Kind
2 p.m., Run Katie Run
4:30 p.m., Caitlin Krisko & The Broadcast
VisitGreenvilleSC President and CEO Heath Dillard said events like Artisphere are a significant way for visitors to experience Greenville — whether it’s for the first time or the 10th time.
“People come for the weekend to discover art, but they find themselves dining in our restaurants, sleeping in our hotels, shopping in our boutiques and galleries, and discovering Greenville has so much more to offer in addition to the festival itself,” said Dillard. “Large scale events like this are such a great driver for tourism — they offer a specific reason and date to visit — and then visitors discover everything else Greenville has to offer as well. But they're also a tremendous asset to our community, supporting local artists and enhancing the cultural offerings for those who live here to enjoy on a regular basis.”