The record-breaking numbers for Bank of America Fall for Greenville 2022

We’re breaking down Fall for Greenville by the numbers


We can’t wait to do it again in 2023. | Photo by the City of Greenville

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Bank of America Fall for Greenville may have wrapped up its 2022 celebrations, but the party doesn’t stop when the tents break down.

We’re taking a look at this year’s festival by the numbers.

🎟️ Tickets

  • 175,000+. The number of taste tickets pre-purchased this year, up 36% over the previous record.
  • 33. The number of states where those tickets were pre-purchased. There were also tickets purchased in two countries.
  • $770,000. The amount of revenue going directly to the participating vendors.

🚙 Transportation

  • 7,000. The number of people who took the Greenlink Trolley to the festival, thanks to 11 trolley drivers.
  • 16,000. That’s how many cars City parking attendants helped park downtown during the festival.

👥 Staffing

  • 100+. How many City of Greenville employees worked a combined 1,000 hours to make the festival happen.
  • 139. How many police officers and three dispatchers worked 3,000+ hours to keep people safe.
  • 72. The number of Greenville City Firefighters who worked with EMS crews to respond to medical emergencies.
  • 43. How many members of the City’s parks and grounds staff helped clean up the festival.
  • 75. The number of public works employees servicing 400 trash and recycling bins + collecting 54,000 lbs of trash and 6,000 lbs of recycling.

💰 Business benefits

  • 2,000+. The number of crepes made at Bonjour Main over three days. They sold out and closed early due to the demand.
  • 45%. The increase in sales reported by Sully’s Steamers on Saturday. Friday was up 25%.
  • 30%. How much Oil & Vinegar says its sales increased by this year.
  • 6 times. How much higher Old Skool Vintage, a brand new vintage clothing store, says its profits were than over a typical weekend.

From the bites (especially our food truck faves) to the brews, we already have our calendars blocked off for next year: Fri., Oct. 13-Sun., Oct. 15.

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