Oconee County Cultural Festival

Highway 28 Walhalla #8211

Walhalla, SC 29691

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Phone: (864) 638-2727

City: Walhalla

Region: Mountains

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Oconee County Cultural Festival

Every spring the Golden Corner of South Carolina gleams with a festival atmosphere as we celebrate our richly diverse cultural heritage. Come and Listen to bag pipes and Native American stories; Feast on wurst and burritos; Dance in the 19th century street dance (costume not required); Watch the motorless parade; Stroll through the antique shops and booths of hand-made crafts; and then, Take in a Civil War battle. Highway 28, Walhalla and#8211; call (864) 638-2727 for more information.

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