EXPERIENCE SOUTH CAROLINA FEST 2013!
The Old Town Association, Dyer Hart Productions, Bonnie Wallsh Associates LLC & Brown & Brown Marketing are pleased to announce the 2nd annual “Experience South Carolina Fest” will take place on Saturday, August 31, 2013 from 4:30pm-9:30pm along Main Street in Rock Hill.
“Experience South Carolina Fest” will excite the senses & highlight the rich diversity of the music, food, people and the culture of South Carolina. The festival will come alive with the sounds of South Carolina from the Beach Music that will evoke a summer night’s shagging at the beach to R&B representing the region as well as Gospel music. Confirmed entertainment at the festival will include Plair All Stars and Front Line. In addition, you can enjoy the tastes of South Carolina’s regional cuisine representing key areas of the State. Fried fish, barbecue, fried chicken and turkey, sausage gumbo, po’ boy sandwiches, fried pickles, corn bread, peach cobbler, red velvet cake and assorted other Southern specialties are all on the menu along with local beer.
The Old Town Market will be an area at the festival where local farmers will sell their produce and local artisans will be selling their handmade art & crafts.
Ernest Lee, one of Columbia’s most prominent artists, will be displaying and selling his Chicken Man paintings.
The festival will also feature a Literary Corner to showcase some of South Carolina’s own authors. We invite you to join us at The Literary Corner which will be one of the highlights of Experience South Carolina. We are inviting South Carolina authors and others who have written about South Carolina to join us!
And of course there will be plenty of activities for children at the Kidz Zone with inflatables.
The festival is free to the public and everyone can feel a part of the lively festival celebrating South Carolina in the beautiful “Old Town District” of Rock Hill on Labor Day weekend. The event is being produced by Dyer Hart Productions, Bonnie Wallsh Associates LLC and Brown & Brown Marketing (all local promoters) in partnership with The Old Town Association.