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Music at the Mansion

Updated: Jun 13

Lyrics on the Lawn 2024 Summer Concert Series Begins July 4th


The front lawn of the Dickson-Williams Mansion will be alive with music this July as Main Street Greeneville’s Summer Concert Series celebrates eleven years with the first show of 2024 on Thursday, July 4 at 7:00 pm.  The FREE concert will be held on the lawn of the Dickson-Williams Mansion in the heart of downtown Greeneville, Tennessee.  The concerts take place each Thursday evening in July. The opening act will begin at 7 with intermission scheduled for 7:45 and the headliner taking the stage at 8.  The event is scheduled rain or shine on the lawn of the mansion.  Severe weather may force a cancellation so stay tuned to all forms of media for updates.


2024 Lyrics Lineup

Thursday evenings will include the sounds of Jared Bentley, Tumbling River Band, Six Gun, Tequila Mockingbird, Greeneville Community Swing Band, Club Rewind, Fritz & Co Duo and Gents and Liars. 


The Lyrics on the Lawn concerts are family friendly and open to all.  Folks are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket.  They are welcome to bring a picnic supper or purchase food from one the event food vendors, Main Street: Greeneville, or other area restaurants, to enjoy during the performances. 


Food Available

On-site event food vendors for this series include Berried Treasure, Creamy Cup, Top Dog Hot Dog, The Wicked Pissah Deli, and Main Street Greeneville.  Food service is scheduled to start at 6:00 pm.  Note:  Berried Treasure, Creamy Cup, Top Dog Hot Dog, The Wicked Pissah Deli, and Others will locate across the street from the mansion.  Main Street Greeneville will be located near the stage selling water and popcorn.  Other options can be from the downtown area merchants.  Cumberland Presbyterian Church plans to set-up dining tables and chairs near the food vendors for guests to enjoy.

Open Mic

 A new feature this year will be an Open Mic opportunity each week from 6 – 7:00pm.  Open Mic will be located over in the Food Court/Café area.  This is open to all from the kiddos to adults.  If you are interested in participating contact Jann at the Main Street office at 423-639-7102 to reserve a slot. There will be four slots per week.  Sing, play an instrument or do both acoustically or via Bluetooth with the provided mobile sound system.  Set-up and performance time is limited to fifteen minutes per person. 


Family Friendly

 The Lyrics on the Lawn concerts are family friendly and open to all.  Folks are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket.  You are welcome to bring a picnic supper.  The event is Smoke Free with a designated area. The event is not permitted for alcohol.  Please note pets are welcome, however they must remain within the designated Fido Friendly area at the top of the hill during the event.


Event Sponsors

 Joining Main Street: Greeneville to bring the community this concert series are the many generous Lyrics on the Lawn sponsors, known at press time, Andrew Johnson Bank, Casper’s Body Shop and Wrecker, Consumer Credit Union, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Dickson-Williams Historical Association, Eastman Credit Union, Edward Jones Investments – Billy Endean, General Morgan Inn, Greeneville Federal Bank, Greeneville Energy Authority, Mama T’s Eats and Treats, Marsh Propane, Radio Greeneville, Roadshow Mobile Stages, Skyline Restoration and Maintenance, Sound Studio Live, Southern Craft BBQ, Town of Greeneville, Tusculum University and A. Dave Wright Architect.  To become an event sponsor please contact Jann at the Main Street office 423-639-7102 for further details.  Additional sponsors will be listed as they become available.


The Lyrics on the Lawn series was created by Main Street: Greeneville in co-operation with the Dickson-Williams Historical Association to showcase regional musical talent. 


The Dickson-Williams Mansion is located at 108 North Irish Street, adjacent to the General Morgan Inn in the heart of historic downtown Greeneville, TN.


For more information regarding this free concert series visit or contact Executive Director, Jann Mirkov at 423-639-7102.

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