Pop culture icon Brody Jenner will spin tunes at Doggie Jams, Sup Dog Restaurant's annual parking lot concert, April 22.
Jenner, the son of Caitlyn Jenner and part of the Kardashian clan, is a reality television personality, socialite and model.
The annual event, billed as four hours of "live music and day drinking," will be held from 3-7 p.m. in the parking lot on Fifth Street and Reade Circle in front of Sup Dogs.
Jenner has been making appearances as a DJ at hot spots around the world since 2014.
Doggie Jams also will feature a high-energy rock show by Just The Tip with lead singer Bryen O'Boyle.
Tickets are $20 for general admission and are available at Sup Dogs, 213 E. Fifth St., and online.
From a low-key event with jam bands in 2009, Doggie Jams has evolved into an outdoor festival with live bands, a 500-gallon drunk, games and a celebrity DJ (last year, it was Pauly D of the reality show "Jersey Shore").
Sup Dogs, a casual downtown Greenville restaurant and bar and late-night hangout, was founded in 2008 by the late Derek Oliverio. After Derek's death in a house fire in 2012, his brother, Bret Olivero, left his job in sports radio to move to Greenville and take over the restaurant's operations.
Sup Dogs often is ranked among the best hot dog joints in the country.
Brody Jenner is pictured at an earlier DJ gig in a photo from his official Facebook page.