Blue Ridge Fest combines great entertainment and a classic car cruise-in where hundreds of classic cars will be on display along with good food and the best hosts around. Hosted by Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees, this annual fundraiser has donated more than $2.5 million throughout its first 20 years to benefit local Upstate charities.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on Friday, May 3, the stage will be home to some of the finest musicians and some of the best beach music around—The Tams, Jim Quick and Coastline and The Oak Ridge Boys.
Be a part of the “Largest Cruise-In in the Upstate”. Come in a classic car (1989 or older) and $30 admits a carload of up to four. (Paid when you drive in to the cruise-in). Line-up begins at 2:00 p.m. and gates open at 3:00 p.m. Dash plaques are available for the first 400 classic cars.
Join us for a night of “Great Times for Great Causes.” Located at 734 West Main Street in downtown Pickens.
Our Country Inn & Suites is set in a great location in Greenville, near Historic Downtown and Just off I-85. Comfortable Beds, Complimentary Breakfast, Free Wi-Fi, Business Center with Computer and Internet connection, Fax and Copy Services, Fitness...
Microwaves and refridgerators in all rooms. Located near lakes Hartwell, Keowee and Jocassee. Three state parks close by. Convenient to Oconee Medical Center, Oconee Nuclear Site, and Clemson University.
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