Historic Pendleton Spring Jubilee

The Village Green

Pendleton, SC 29670

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Phone: (864) 646-3782

City: Pendleton

Region: Mountains

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Historic Pendleton Spring Jubilee

The HISTORIC PENDLETON SPRING JUBILEE began in 1978 as a means to inaugurate the tourism season in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Counties. Upstate South Carolina's oldest juried arts & crafts festival has become so much more – a rite of spring, award-winning event, premier festival of the upstate and a source of pride in the community. Over one hundred artisans exhibit and sell their unique creations to visitors during the festival. Artists come from across the country, while others are locals. Bring your friends & family to "shop until you drop." Live entertainment fills the air with Bluegrass, Folk, Celtic, Gospel, Blues and all the best music genres! There are interactive activities for the kids, and taste some of the best festival food around at Spring Jubilee! Enjoy historic tours of Ashtabula & Woodburn plantation homes, or visit the antique stores in downtown Pendleton. Due to the festival’s reputation for quality, thousands of people pour into historic Pendleton the first full weekend in April. The 2019 festival is planned for the 6th and 7th. Spring Jubilee is FREE to the public! The Clemson Area Transit (CATbus) provides FREE public transportation to and from the Festival grounds from parking lots within Pendleton. You don't want to miss the Annual Historic Pendleton Spring Jubilee on April 6-7, 2019! Bring your family and friends to small-town USA for a weekend that you'll never forget.

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