Dozens attend ‘Midnight on Main’ New Year’s Eve celebration in Greeneville


GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – It was a night full of fun at the sixth annual “Midnight on Main” celebration in Downtown Greeneville

“It’s always great to bring the community together to allow us to have the opportunity to meet and greet our neighbors and our friends from the area,” said attendee Jeff Findley.

The family-friendly party covered two blocks of Main Street with indoor and outdoor venues.

Live entertainment, a street dance, and food were all part of the fun leading up to the countdown to the new year and a fireworks show.

Leaders say this event has brought downtown together.

“One of the biggest reasons we chose to be located downtown is because of our community. We wanted to help with the growth of downtown. It’s so great to see so many people come down and be driven down,” says Catalyst Coffee General Manager, Sandy Nienaber.

The Ball Drop Ceremony began at 11:30 p.m. where Mayor W.T. Daniels will conduct a ceremony that involved everyone’s New Year’s resolutions being placed inside the ball.

The event is planned months in advance- starting back in the summer.

“I have a committee that gets this all together. I have coworkers from the town of Greeneville with me and we have downtown businesses that really step up,” says Amy Rose, Greeneville’s Public Relations Manager.

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