Historic Georgetown Events Calendar
Within the Historic Georgetown SC events calendar below you will find fun things to do, parades, festivals, fundraisers, concerts, art exhibitions, musicals, plays and marathons taking place during the course of the year in Georgetown SC. People in Georgetown love to have fun and embrace their city through celebrations of art, music and history.
Visitors come from all over to see performances by The Swamp Fox Players at The Strand Cinema year round, Annual events are as follows: March - Mardis Gras Parade and the Prince George Episcopal Plantation Tours , April - The Blessing of the Fleet and The Shag Festival, July - 4th of July Fireworks and Kaminski House concert, October - The Wooden Boat Show and The Bridge 2 Bridge Run, November - Taste of Georgetown, December - Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting and Lighted Boat Parade.
John Denver's music is not only inspiring and uplifting, his word call us to action in this complex and sometimes difficult world.
Ross Newell, lately of the Mulligan Brothers of Mobile AL, isan incredible solo performer as well is the first of contemporary singer/songwriters coming to the Winyah!
Milwaukee-based Dead Horses bring their folk-rock style to Winyah's stage for an evening of original music. This is what people are saying about them: "Smoky vocals, cinematic lyrics...a beautifully uncluttered collection of songs," Rolling Stone "Evocative, empathetic storytelling," NPR Music named Dead Horses an "Artist to Watch" at SXSW 2018 "In Sarah Vos they have a compelling vocalist, similar to a combination of Norah Jones and Eilen Jewell, who carries every tune with her husky, deeply emotional tone that feels lived in and real." -American Songwriter . Tickets $15 online (https://winyahauditorium.org) or $20 at the door
Spend July 4th on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum with the Indigo Choral Society beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Looking for some great Jazz? Guitarist extraordinaire Wayne Cockfield brings his favorite players with him to the Winyah's stage
Join us on the lawn at Kaminski House on Front Street for a musical remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. Free and open to the public, no tickets needed. Veterans will be recognized. Bring a blanket or folding chair.
Here's your chance to see one of the premier Gospel vocalists of all times: Take 6's Khristian Dentley! He will be joined by Gospel singers from nearby churches who attended his Master Class that day.
Easter activities will be scheduled throughout downtown Georgetown. At 11 am everyone is invited to stroll down the boardwalk in the Easter parade and participate in the Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Rainey Park and the Kaminski House Museum Lawn at 11:30 am.
Ralph Wilbanks is probably best known for discovering the Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley. However, this extraordinary accomplishment pales when viewed against the fullness of this singular individual’s life.
Mark Your Calendars! April 13. Bob Dylan, Neil Young. Winyah Auditorium...okay it's a tribute show from the PGB with special guests, including fiddler/violinist Shawn Snyder! www.winyahauditorium.org
Prince George Winyah Episcopal is celebrating its 72nd Annual Spring Plantation Tours in Georgetown, South Carolina, set for March 29th and March 30th , 2019. The Tours are always popular with decorators, Southern history buffs, gardeners, and visitors to South Carolina's coast.
The South Carolina Maritime Museum invites you to usher in the coming of spring and the arrival of boating season at the 8th Annual Burning of the Socks on Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm.
Beads & Bling it's a Miss Ruby's Kids thing! Mardi Gras will be back for 2019 with a Free Front Street Strut & Ticketed Gala following. Cocktails, dining, Tru Sol Band, dancing, costumes, games for men & women, prizes, live auction, table decorating contest, King & Queen Crowning, King Cake & SO MUCH MORE!