The Scoop

The 2020 Mauldin Farmers Market will run Tuesdays, June 2 to July 28, 5-8 p.m. at the Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater. Most vendors accept cash and/or credit cards.

The Mauldin Farmers Market features a variety of vendors from around the Upstate selling locally sourced and produced items including produce, dairy, eggs, honey, gifts, clothing, accessories, treats, pastries, and more!

The Mauldin Farmers Market will also feature live music, food trucks, beer and wine from Growler Haus, and fun and healthy activities.

Tuesdays, June 2 – July 28, 2020 | 5-8 p.m.
*In case of inclement weather, please check our social media pages to see if we have cancelled the Market for a specific date. 

Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater
101 East Butler Road
Mauldin, SC 29662

A few notes to make your visit a smooth one:

  • Parking, entry and live music are FREE.
  • Lawn chairs and/or blankets are welcome.
  • Live music will begin at 5:30 p.m.
  • Outside food and beverages are prohibited.
  • Food and beverage vendors will be on-site.
  • Dogs are allowed on leash. Please carry disposable bags to pick up any pet droppings.
  • Smoking, skateboards, and bicycles are not allowed at the Mauldin Farmers Market.

Want to be a vendor?

To register, review the rules and regulations, complete the form and return it to the Office of Cultural Affairs. Please note that the City of Mauldin reserves the right to refuse any vendor at their sole discretion.

Vendor Information & Release Form | Registration Form


We’re accepting volunteers to help bring this event to life! Register and learn more

The Lineup

See our 2019 lineup below. Our 2020 lineup is coming soon!

The Vendors
The Music

1484858698_facebookCorey Stevenson Band | June 4, 2019
Coming soon!

1484858698_facebookAugust | June 11, 2019
The duo August comprises of Gus Walser & Greg Canniff. Getting their start in 2017, they present acoustic rock covers of hits from the 60s to the 90s.
Gus started his music career in college with praise band Messiah’s Fire in 1979. Later, he took on solo gigs throughout Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. Looking for a bigger sound, he then created the band Beyond The Fire, performing throughout the Upstate, including the balloon festival in Simpsonville.
Greg was the drummer for his first band, High Tide, in 1975. Based out of Camden, SC, the group performed classic rock hits. In 1983, Greg played in bars with his sister Liz, covering folk and guitar classic tunes from the 60s and 70s. Greg also played guitar in the praise band Messiah’s Fire. In 2000, Greg joined a contemporary Christian band called Painting Grace, which released an original album in two years later.

1484858698_facebookThe Electric City Blue | June 18, 2019
The Electric City Blue was born in the Electric City — Anderson, SC. Their love for bluegrass music is what brought the band together and is the foundation of the group. The band pulls from their favorite artists and incorporates their music into a bluegrass style. The band’s repertoire includes artists such as The Rolling Stones, Linda Ronstadt, Gordon Lightfoot, Jim Croce, The Avett Brothers, Old Crow Medicine Show, Akus, Del McCoury, Larry Cordle, and others. The band performs sounds ranging in hard-driving traditional and contemporary bluegrass to gospel, soulful heart-wrenching ballads, and some classic country delivered with unique blended harmony reminiscent of the sounds of yesterday.

1484858698_facebookBrooks Dixon Band | June 25, 2019
Like his hometown in the foothills of Greenville, SC, Dixon’s sound resembles a meeting place between the mountains and the sea. Deeply rooted in the folk-pop sounds of singer-songwriters like James Taylor and Ray LaMontagne, yet uniquely filled with elements of Carolina Beach Music and swing rhythms, Dixon’s thoughtful songwriting and passionate performances have led him to impressive appearances for an independet artist, boht solo, as well as with his 5-piece band, the Brooks Dixon Band. This 3rd and latest EP, White Roses, presents a colorfully produced array of love songs, drenched in Americana style.

1484858698_facebookTrapfire Brothers | July 2, 2019
Trapfire Brothers are a blues-rock outfit with an appreciation for good music across all genres. Their hats hang in Greenville, SC where the current lineup came together through a web of bands and jams stemming from their time in college. While not actually brothers, there is a shared passion for just having as much fun as possible playing music. The Trapfire Brothers repertoire covers artists ranging from The Wood Brothers to The Weekend, and if you are lucky, you might catch an ear-pleasing original or three every now and then.

1484858698_facebookJukebox 45 | July 9, 2019
Take a bunch of talented musicians from around the country that have been around since the 50s and 60s and what do you get? A great classic oldies band!
Jukebox 45 plays the great hits from that era and hope that when you listen to their performance that you’ll find yourself back in the era of the Golden Oldies.
If you enjoy music by Elvis, The Beatles, Wilson Picket, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5, The Animals, The Righteous Brothers, James Brown, and other great artists from the 50s to the 70s, then you’ll love hearing Greenville’s #1 oldies band — Jukebox 45!

1484858698_facebookThe Paper Crowns | July 16, 2019
The Paper Crowns are the multi-instrument, genre crossing power duo of Spiro and Nicole Nicolopoulos. They are earning their reputation as the genuine article and as a band on the cutting edge of modern roots music. Their musical chemistry is a gumbo of Appalachian folk and bluegrass, Dixieland melodies, delta blues, acid rock, murder ballads, outlaw country and Southern Gospel that they cook up into a sound all their own. As a duo they have a full band sound with drums, bass, acoustic and electric guitars and banjo as well as live looping on the spot compositions. Their mix of modern and traditional performance creates a captivating intensity yet always honors their intimacy and emotional rawness as a duo.

1484858698_facebookPhat Lip | July 23, 2019
As far back as she can remember, Colombian American, singer-songwriter Kelly Jo Ramirez listened to Latin heroes like Joe Arroyo and Celia Cruz alongside pop greats like Prince and Paul Simon. This constant flow of cross-culture set the stage for Phat Lip long before it would ever see light.
Kelly Jo, a self-taught guitarist from the age of 12, spent much of her youth writing songs; it came as no surprise when she decided to pursue a musical career following high school. Her fan base in Greenville, SC grew quickly after releasing her debut album (ZerimaR) and founding funk-rock band, the Kelly Jo Connect. After a five-year run, the KJC slowly fell quiet, leaving Kelly in search of a new creative outlet. She began using GarageBand to build demos and what seemed like a pastime, quickly developed into the beginnings of Phat Lip.
Throughout the EP, Vision offers a spectrum of American, Latin and even Brazilian influences that intertwine effortlessly. The single, “Stranger’s Love” is completely immersed in Afro-Caribbean flair while “City Lights” dances between capoeira and grunge-era rock.

1484858698_facebookSoul Side of Town | July 30, 2019
Join us on the Soul Side of Town!

Greenville based, Soul Side of Town, is a 6-piece, dynamic show band playing a vast variety of music with a soul slant. This talented band has a large range of experience having performed in Las Vegas, Grand Ole Opry, BlueBird Cafe, Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus, Opryland, cruise ships and international tours.

Lead by two outstanding singers, Cindy Overfield and Nick Nicholson, that can sing and perform to your venues enjoyment. Both are veterans of the Nashville music scene as well as having recorded their own successful albums.

The band is made up of Reggie Mull (guitar and vocals), Todd Beal (bass), Duane Malphus (drums), and Doug Overfield (keyboard and vocals). Each one of these guys brings a different influence into the mix, which makes for an extremely tasteful and entertaining sound.

Come on out to the Soul Side of Town; this band will have you movin’!

1484858698_facebookJack Roper and the Weatherman Band | August 6, 2019
Come out and enjoy the classic rock and Beach music covers by Jack Roper and the Weatherman Band!

1484858698_facebookHustle Souls | August 13, 2019
Hustle Souls is an Asheville, NC based groove-centric but emotionally driven soul/rock band with a lust for songwriting and fervid live performance. With years of relentless touring, sold out shows and major festival appearances, the band’s infectious modern meets vintage sound has earned them a reputation as one of the East Coast’s most promising acts. After releasing a live video series in 2017, the band was approached by gold and platinum mixer and producer Eric “Mixerman” Sarafin (Ben Harper, Pharcyde etc.) about making a record. In February 2018 Hustle Souls released their debut full-length album “Color” to a sold out crowd and are currently touring from Atlanta to Boston in support of the 10 song LP.

1484858698_facebookRock & Roll Reunion | August 20, 2019
Coming soon!

1484858698_facebookDarby Wilcox and the Peep Show | August 27, 2019
Darby Wilcox is a singer/songwriter from Greenville, SC. Using her soulful voice and booming stage presence, she has spent the last ten years dominating the upstate’s music scene. Her debut album, 11:11, is an ethereal escapade through the last decade of Darby Wilcox’s life. The long anticipated full-length release pulls Darby’s own truth through the listener’s mind, refracting it against the backdrop of the superbly talented Peep Show. Direct but mysterious, familiar but fresh, you won’t want any of these songs to stop playing.
Darby Wilcox is an artist who brings a refreshing honesty to audiences with every word.” – B. Barest of ‘InTheKnow’
“Wilcox has a shockingly powerful bluesy and sultry resonance” – Kristin Isgett
She’s been described as, “The best since the 60’s; a love-child of Janis Joplin, Joss Stone and Shelby Lynne.” – Jim Gibson

The Food

1484858698_facebookRoll-In Cuban Food Truck | June 4, 2019

1484858698_facebookFree Bird Concessions | June 11, 2019

1484858698_facebookOne Love Fusion | June 18, 2019

1484858698_facebookChef On the Run | June 25, 2019

1484858698_facebookChef On the Run | July 2, 2019

1484858698_facebookKono Pizza GSP | July 9, 2019

1484858698_facebookOne Love Fusion | July 16, 2019

1484858698_facebookFree Bird Concessions | July 23, 2019

1484858698_facebookRoll-In Cuban Food Truck | July 30, 2019

FREE HOT DOGS provided by the Mauldin Police Department | August 6, 2019

1484858698_facebookChef On the Run | August 13, 2019

1484858698_facebookOne Love Fusion | August 20, 2019

1484858698_facebookRoll-In Cuban Food Truck | August 27, 2019

The Partners

Since its inception in 2012, Growler Haus has established locations in Anderson, Spartanburg, Fountain Inn and Greenville, SC. Growler Haus has created a unique craft beer buying experience in the Upstate of South Carolina that offers multiple seasonal and tasteful craft/micro beers and other libations. Consuming or buying beer or other libations from bar or grocery store/big box retailer does not offer the unique buying experience to discuss the sophisticated palate for the persnickety craft beer or microbrew lover.

Purchasing craft and micro beer in draft form in a growler makes for the freshest way to consume your favorite beer for those that have an affinity for the beer tasting experience. The environment Growler Haus has established is a rustic, non-pretentious club-style atmosphere. The moment you enter any of their facilities, you will be greeted with a smile and welcomed personally by the highly trained staff that has the same affinity for beer experience as their customers.