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Thursday Events Canceled Due To Rain

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With the cold, rainy weather, organizers of events in the Upstate have called them off.

Thursday's Opening Day Game for the Greenville Drive was postponed due to the rain. The Opening Day festivities, which were planned for Thursday's game, will occur prior to Friday evening's regularly scheduled game, with first pitch set for 7:05 PM. Following the conclusion of Friday evening's game, fans will still be treated to the first spectacular fireworks display of the 2013 season.

The Drive and RiverDogs will play a doubleheader on Saturday, beginning at 4:30 PM with gates to Fluor Field opening at 3:30 PM. Both games of the twinbill will be seven-inning contests, with game two starting no earlier than 7:00 PM.

Fans holding tickets to Thursday's regularly scheduled game may exchange them for any 2013 Greenville Drive game at Fluor Field, subject to availability. Those fans who have tickets for Saturday, will have access to the ballpark for both games of the doubleheader.

Downtown Alive in Greenville has been canceled because of rain.  

The city of Greenville says next week at NOMA Square the live musical entertainment will feature the Tarlatans.  

For more information about Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive, click here.

Anderson's Block Party has also been canceled due to weather.

Music on Main in Spartanburg has also been called off because of the weather.  

The season's debut event will now take place every Thursday through August starting next week.

Organizers also want to take the time to remind everyone that Jazz on the Square kicks off Friday at 5:30 on Morgan Square.

Keep checking back to see if any other events are called off.

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