Isn't that the Revolutionary War site in where they have re-enactment events? South
Usually, yes. This Saturday... not exactly.
July 12 is the 19th annual Music Snorgasbord Under the Carolina Moon , a music festival in a historic setting that features 10 bands and solo acts from the
And musically, it is an inviting smorgasbord. And you can forget about fife-and-drum re-enactors.
Here's the lineup: Blue Phoenix (5 p.m.; blues with folk flavor), Brik Cash and Friends (5:25 p.m. original pop rock), Frederick Ingram (5:50 p.m.; alternative folk/rock), East of West (6:25 p.m.; original country rock), The Society Jazz Band (6:55 p.m.; Dixieland), Fair Jam (7:30 p.m.; rock with shades of bluegrass), Jim Hayes (8 p.m.; classic/contemporary rock ), The Bunch Quitters (8:35 p.m.; original folk, bluegrass and Western cowboy) and Jacob Johnson Group (9:40 p.m.; neo-acoustic folk/funk).
This year's finale, starting at 10:45 p.m., will feature a blend of talent from Blue Phoenix, Fair Jam, Jim Hayes and others. Dubbed the 19th Nervous Breakdown, they will celebrate the acoustic side of the Rolling Stones.
An odd choice? Not really: Keep in mind that it was Brits who put
Revolutionary War map. Camden
Gates open at 4:30 p.m.; the live music is 5 to 11 p.m. There's free parking is located in the big field next to Historic Camden’s main entrance, at
222 Broad St., Camden
Kids, coolers, blankets and lawn chairs are welcome (no pets, glass bottles or tents).
Admission: $20;, $18 seniors and military; $4 for ages 6-12; 5 and younger, free. and free under six.
Tasty fare will be provided by Old South Restaurant, Mae Frances, Pizza Hut and Palmetto Coffee & Tea Room.
Details: 803-432-9841; www.historic-camden.net