Lowcountry Shrimp Festival

1011 Old Cemetery RD

McClellanville, SC 29458

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Phone: (843) 887-3323

City: McClellanville

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Lowcountry Shrimp Festival

A "blessing of the fleet" by local clergy celebrates tradition in this coastal community. Shrimp dinners, kabobs, chowders, barbeque and hot dogs are served. Children's area with inflatables, local artists and crafters and live music throughout the day.

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