Great Falls Hot Summer Nights Series

621 Dearborn ST

Great Falls, SC 29055

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Phone: (803) 287-7853

City: Great Falls

Region: Midlands

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Great Falls Hot Summer Nights Series

Music and arts series combines a variety of musical talent with visual arts exhibits and downtown shopping in Great Falls historic district. Exhibits will include art created by students of Avant Garde Summer Camps as well as local, regional and nationally known artists. In the event of rain, concerts will be indoors.

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