Published on August 28th, 2014 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
12th ANNUAL CONGAREE SWAMPFEST 2014!!
The weekend will begin with an “Evening of BBQ, Blues & Jazz Concert” Friday October 3rd at the historic Harriet Barber House, 116 Barberville Loop and Lower Richland Boulevard, off Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins, SC. Tickets for this fundraiser are $20.00 in advance and ON SALE at PAPA JAZZ RECORD SHOPPE (Downtown Five Points) 2014 Greene Street, Columbia, SC 29205 www.papajazz.com 803-256-0095 ($20.00 –$25 day of event), also included in the price of admission is entertainment, and food; all proceeds will benefit SERCO’s educational component. The concert will begin at 7:00 PM and will feature GRAMMY AWARD WINNING RECORDING ARTIST ANN NESBY, with Special Guest Soul Sensation LENNY WILLIAMS, TOP 40 BAND “SECOND NATURE”, R&B Singer from Atlanta (Hopkins native) CARLOS SANTAN, Columbia’s own Songstress, and The Urban Instrumentalist violinist DANIEL DAVIS and his Band HOSTED by JEFFREY LAMPKIN from the JEFFREY LAMPKIN SHOW!
The celebration continues on Saturday, October 4th, 9:00 AM at the Congaree National Park and at 11:00 am at the festival site on the yard of Old Mount Moriah Church Site. A wide array of major inspirational recording artists (singers, dancers, instrumentalists, etc.), will perform. (see schedule below).
Free shuttle buses will carry visitors from the festival site to the national park. Activities will run throughout the day, offering a free and great opportunity for visitors to experience the rich culture of the Lower Richland Heritage Corridor. No matter the age or interest, there are activities for everyone! Bring your family and friends and enjoy a day out in Richland County.
Free parking will be available near the festival site, Old Mount Moriah Site, 1000 Old Bluff Road, with some limited free parking in the Congaree National Park, 100 National Park Drive, off Old Bluff Road, Hopkins, SC.
For further information, BB&J ticket sales and vendor participation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 803-261-5596, or visit www.sercosc.org.