Columbia South Carolina Events
Celebrate the end of summer with Total Eclipse Weekend and cover a variety of Halloween themed courses and activities for children, adults and children alike.
Join us for a fun filled sightseeing party at the Horseshoe Hotel with live music and more! The parade is accompanied by a brass band and ends in Senatstraße near the historic Hourseshoes. It will tour the city of Columbia and lead to the South Carolina State Capitol for the annual State of the Union address.
The sunset celebration kicks off with a sunset walk led by rangers, with the Broad River, Congaree and Saluda River crossing the historic Columbia Canal. Get a taste of Cool Columbia at the South Carolina Museum of Natural History's annual "Cool Columbia" festival.
The SC State Fairgrounds offers both weekend and individual parking, and there is a good chance you will have access to the South Carolina Museum of Natural History's outdoor exhibit "Cool Columbia."
The football game in Colombia also features the South Carolina Marching Band and concessions that will provide you with an unforgettable experience. NASCAR and PGA Golf host prominent events hosted by SC State Fairgrounds at the Columbia Convention Center and Columbia High School.
A guide to help you discover Christmas and attend one of South Carolina's most popular holiday events at the Columbia Convention Center. There are candlelight tours and carriage rides organized by Historic Columbia at Columbia High School, Columbia City Hall and Columbia State University. Various special events are possible, such as Christmas in Colombia and Christmas at SC State Fairgrounds.
Be sure to keep up with the Koger Center's events calendar so you don't miss this great show! Join us for the annual Lake Murray Festival on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at the Columbia Convention Center. Note: Please note that you can read the LakeMurray Event Calendar for more information on specific dates.
The City Partnership and Yellow Shirts will be handing out free ice creams and Eclipse glasses from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 9, 2017, at the Koger Center. Free outdoor shows by Cheat the Cheats and other local bands, as well as live music by local musicians. A variety of food and beverages such as beer, wine and wine, as well as beer glasses will be available.
The museum has teamed up with the Augusta, Georgia Astronomy Club to offer a historic opportunity to enjoy the solar eclipse. Admission to the event is free, but admission to the museum is required. Carolina Outdoor Adventures will arrange a tour that starts in Cayce and ends in Sandy Run, where you can watch the eclipses from a secluded sandbar, complete with a champagne toast.
If you're in town for a weekend away from college, Columbia has plenty of fun activities for you. For those who wish to participate, we have a wide selection of food and beverages available for purchase at Columbia Public Library. Make sure you have a few roasts for your family, friends, family members, neighbors and friends of friends at this special event.
Columbia, South Carolina, is known for being centrally located in the upstate of South Carolina, but there is another word used to describe the voice of jazz singer Chantae Cann. Chicago - Saxophonist and singer Marqueal "Marqueal" Cann will perform many of her favorite songs.
The city of Colombia has dedicated an entire festival to showcase the beauty and culture of the large Hispanic community. It's a great event to join in the lively holiday spirit and see what Christmas means in Western Columbia. Join the once-in-a-lifetime Eclipse Party for Eclipse with Eclipse - themed dinners, live music and more! Join us at the best vantage point in South Carolina as five bands from the region compete for a grand prize of $500!
You don't want to miss out on all the great drinks and live music you'll find all over the city. This event brings the fun out of the streets of downtown West Columbia by featuring the best marching bands from the South Carolina State University Marching Band. The free event sees thousands of locals waiting for the New Year by enjoying a variety of food, drinks, entertainment, food trucks and more.
The event is currently planned as a virtual competition, but could also have a personnel option at USC Aiken. The Festival of Trees is a great opportunity for the general public to visit the South Carolina State Museum. View all the trees in the state capital to see a beautiful exhibition of trees and trees from all over the world. Family attends a performance by the South Carolina Children's Theatre, with a variety of activities for children and families, including face painting, puppetry and more.