Raylrode Daze Festival

731 North ST

Branchville, SC 29432

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Phone: (803) 274-8831

City: Branchville

Region: Midlands

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Raylrode Daze Festival

Branchville is the home of the World's Oldest Railroad Junction and we celebrate it each September by presenting the Raylrode Daze Festivul. Year after year folks come home to reunite with family and friends with good times and fellowship. The 50th annual Raylrode Daze Festivul will be from September 23th through the 30th of 2018 and will feature arts and crafts, a parade, live music, contests, food vendors and more.

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