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The 2018 Greater Clemson Music Festival
April 20--April 28, 2018
A Festival of Art, Music and History
April 20, 2018--Music on the Green in Pendleton featuring Hot as a Pepper Band --- FREE to the public hosted by Town of Pendleton 7:00 until 9:30 pm
April 21 — BIG EVENT SATURDAY begins at Hagood Mill with The Resonant Rogues from Asheville and Greenville’s The Carousers performing mid-morning, and then that evening…Wanda Johnson and The Wobblers sing SOUL & MOTOWN at Meals on Wheels in Liberty, SC fundraiser --- 7:00 PM -- Ticketed event -- $20 per person, Tables (8) with food & drink $280. Contact Kim at MOW 864-606-3745 for more information.
April 22--Music at CATBUS HQ with the Carl Neil Duo and Gypsy Sallies --- FREE 4:00 pm — 6:30 pm---Donations appreciated.
April 23--KEOWEE & HOPEWELL PLANTATION TOURS--Guided by knowledgeable historians of the era--$10 per person the day of the event. Reservations recommended (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Buses leave ReMax Real Estate parking lot in Clemson (see MAPS)promptly at 9:45 am for two-hour tour. Some walking involved. Wear appropriate footwear, bring water and snacks as needed. View some of the lost splendor of plantation life juxtaposed beside slavery as it existed along the Seneca River waterway in the 1800s. PLUS THAT EVENING....African-American Folktales--Eloise Earle--Clemson African American Museum--6:00 pm FREE Event--Donations appreciated. Eloise Earle is a master storyteller in the Uncle Remus tradition employing dialect and folk expression to bring to life the master/slave traditions of the era. Don't miss the chance to hear African American storytelling at its best!
April 24--TUESDAY JAZZ JAM Razz M’ Jazz at Clemson Downs (private event, invitation only) ALSO -- Clemson University Jazz and Dixieland combos + Rendition jazz band @ Cox Hall at Pendleton Little Theatre, Pendleton at 7:30 pm --- FREE event, drinks and snacks available
April 25--CATBUS PLANTATION TOUR of Woodburn and Ashtabula Plantation houses. Reservations necessary --- $10 per person --- email us for details — email@example.com. CLICK ON BANNER AT THE TOP OF HOME PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS TOUR.
April 26--Jazz on the Alley --Music Festival combined event in Seneca 6:30 pm -- FREE to the public. J-E-T performing funky rock on Ram Cat Alley. J-E-T = Joe Jones--bass, Eric Weiler--lead guitar and Tez Sherard--drums. Truly a CREAM of the crop band.
ALSO: Clemson Area African American Museum presents music by the United House of Prayer Gospel Band --- 6:00 pm at Museum location. Food will be served benefiting the Museum programs. Not to be missed unique gospel performance rarely seen today.
April 27--SIX MILE MUSIC FESTIVAL featuring Buffalo Barfield (Americana) 6:00 pm, and the Eric Scott Band (Country rock) 7:30 pm -- FREE event. Donations for food accepted benefiting the town.
April 28-- Central RR Festival/Music Festival combined event featuring Jack Roper and The Weathermen and The Flying Saucers (50s rock) Main Street in Central begins at 5:00pm
MAIN EVENT THAT EVENING -- The Swingin’ Medallions at Garrison Arena -- Clemson Sertoma Club benefit --- 7:00 until 9:30 pm. Tickets now on sale --- $25 per person, $45 Couples — souvenir t-shirts on sale for $15 -- benefits Camp Sertoma for disadvantaged children --- Contact us for tickets and more information — firstname.lastname@example.org