Little Mountain Reunion Festival

Reunion Park

Little Mountain, SC 29075

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Phone: (803) 600-0761

City: Little Mountain

Region: Midlands

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Little Mountain Reunion Festival

This annual festival is held the first weekend in August and starts with a Friday night dance and amusement rides for this kids. Saturday's events start with a road race, parade, entertainment on two stages, a dance, arts and crafts amusement for children and food.

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