Who’s up for a Festival?

With spring comes festivals. We all love to get out and join in on the fun and excitement of local festivals. We have just a few of the 100's of festivals that will be coming to the midlands this spring and summer. If you know of an event or festival coming up, make sure you add it to our calendar. wis.eviesays.com

3rd Annual Cream of the Crop Beer Festival

Join us for the 3rd Annual Cream of the Crop Beer Festival at City Roots farm, featuring a selection of craft breweries found only in the Carolinas, GA and TN! This festival marks the finale of Soda City Suds Week, a city-wide celebration of craft beer. Tickets include your tasting glass, beer guide and all tastings.

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Lower Richland Sweet Potato Festival

Taste sweet potato ice cream and take part in a sweet potato baking contest at the Lower Richland Sweet Potato Festival.

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Sparkleberry Country Fair

If you want to see the way it was done in the old days, then come to the Sparkleberry Country Fair!  The Fair is located in Northeast Columbia at the Clemson University Sandhill Research and Education Center (900 Clemson Road, Columbia, SC) on the corner of Clemson and Two Notch Road.

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46th Annual Orangeburg Festival of Roses

Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce and the City of Orangeburg are making plans for the 46th Annual Orangeburg Festival of Roses to be held May 5, 6, 7, 2017.

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Sumter's Iris Festival

Sumter’s Iris Festival is South Carolina’s oldest continuous festival and is consistently ranked among the top festivals in the Southeast.


The 3-day festival includes concerts, arts & crafts, plants & flowers, antique & classic car shows, and a number of contests and lots of children’s activities.

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Puddin' Swamp Festival

Starting at 10 am All Day Entertainment, Shopping, Amusement Rides & Festival Food!

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Rosewood Crawfish Festival

The Greater Rosewood Merchants Association is gearing up to bring some infamous Creole cuisine to the Midlands! From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., on 5/6/17, lovers of all things Creole and Cajun are invited to Rosewood Drive to take part in one of the city’s favorite celebrations, featuring over 10,000 pounds of fresh Louisiana grown crawfish.  If crawfish aren’t your thing, lots of other tasty treats will be available for your dining pleasure.

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