Elloree Pork Fest

Highway 6

Elloree, SC 29047

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Phone: (803) 897-2821

City: Elloree

Region: Midlands

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Elloree Pork Fest

The small town of Elloree goes hog wild during its annual Pork Fest. The event includes cook-offs, the Pork Fest auction and bands providing live entertainment. Take-out plates will be sold on Saturday for $7 per plate, and drinks will be available both days for only $1.

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