The Foundry at Judson Mill, Greenville’s only all-genre live music venue, has partnered with Live Nation Entertainment, Inc., the world’s leading live entertainment company, to bring more music, national touring artists, and a variety of genres to the Upstate.
“Our partnership with Live Nation will enhance our guests’ experience and entertainment choices, while positioning The Foundry at Judson Mill as a destination music venue,” said owner, Howard Dozier.
Formerly known as Cowboy Up, the music venue recently re-branded as The Foundry at Judson Mill to better reflect the broad range of musical genres and artists the venue will host. Recent announcements of upcoming concerts include the sold-out Mt. Joy show as well as Sean Kingston, 49 Winchester, the Cadillac Three, Will Hoge, and the Vegabonds. More shows are scheduled to be announced in the coming weeks.
“Our rebranding reflects the larger acts and variety of genres fans can enjoy at The Foundry at Judson Mill, and our partnership with Live Nation builds on our commitment to bring more live music to the Upstate,” said Braxton Wilson, owner of Palmetto Entertainment and business partner with Howard Dozier.
“Upstate music fans can now catch some of the hottest touring shows without having to travel to the Orange Peel in Asheville, Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh or Music Farm in Charleston,” he said. “2023 is shaping up to be a huge year for The Foundry at Judson Mill.”
The Foundry at Judson Mill re-opens Saturday, Jan. 14, with the Sean Kingston performance. The venue features state-of-the-art production equipment, a 30- by 21-foot stage, and concert-level sound and lighting. For all booking inquiries and show requests, contact Braxton Wilson at [email protected].