Celebrating Crafts + Cuisine + Culture
East Main Street
The festival will excite the senses and highlight the rich diversity of the music, food, people and the culture of South Carolina.
The festival will come alive with the sounds of SC 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, Frontline, Freedom Temple Gospel Choir, and Agape Gospel Choir.
The Catawba Indian Nation will perform several drum and dance songs and will sell pottery and other Native American crafts.
4:00-4:15pm– Freedom Temple Gospel Choir
4:25-4:40pm– Catawba Indian Nation
4:45-5:00pm– Agape Gospel Choir
5:15-7:00pm– Frontline (Beach Music)
7:30-9:30pm– Plair All-Stars
Tastes of SC’s regional cuisine representing key areas of the State. Fried fish, barbecue, fried chicken and turkey, sausage gumbo, po’ boy sandwiches, corn bread, peach cobbler, red velvet cake and assorted other Southern specialties are all on the menu along with SC craft beers, and Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka.
Showcasing some of SC’s own authors. Confirmed authors are Jon Buchan, Jeryl Christmas, Tom Elmore, Ginetta Hamilton, Bob Freeland, T. Allen Winn, Goffinet McLaren, Megan Thomas, Dorothy St. James, Page Ivey, Vermell Bennett, and Joggling Board Press.
OLD TOWN MARKET and other vendors
Featuring fresh seasonal produce and farm products -- all grown / produced in York, Chester, or Lancaster County. The market also includes a wide variety of unique, handmade arts-n-crafts. Special feature is a Carolina Marsh Tacky horse.
Michael Smalls from Hilton Head Island will be creating and selling Gullah sweetgrass baskets and Ernest Lee, one of Columbia’s most prominent artists, will be displaying and selling his Chicken Man paintings.
To become a vendor or sponsor contact Linda Dyer Hart at (803)802-1678 or email@example.com.