Stay Here, Play Here: Exciting Activities in Lexington County for the week of June 20

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Stay Here, Play Here: Exciting Activities in Lexington County for the week of June 20

Friday – June 21

Off The Dock Block Party
Lexington County comes alive on Clark St. in Chapin with the summer’s first Off The Dock Block Party. Open from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the block party promises live music, delicious food, refreshing drinks, and a plethora of fun activities that cater to all ages. The entry to the event is free. Make sure to check out the event on for further information.

Nashville Nights: Kenny Foster (concert)

Stay tuned for the Nashville Nights concert series hosted by Steel Hands Brewing in Cayce. Rising country artist Kenny Foster will grace the stage at around 9 p.m., following an opening performance from local talents and the Nashville Nights series host Michael Haney. Concert-goers can enjoy Steel Hands’ specialty Nashville Nights Iced Tea Ale along with a special Music-City-style menu. This concert is free to attend.

Saturday – June 22

Colonial Forts Tour
Relive history with the Colonial Forts walking tour hosted by the 12,000 Year History Park in Cayce. Beginning at 11 a.m., participants will have the opportunity to explore historical sites, including Fort Congaree and Fort Granby, and learn the intriguing stories that surround them. This event is free to attend.

The Market at Icehouse

A perfect event for local produce lovers, Springdale Summer Fest at the Felton C. Benton Park offers an annual golf cart parade, live music from Robbie Cockrell, and a family-friendly environment. With festivities starting at 7 p.m., attendees are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and enjoy the event’s free entry.

Sunday – June 23

Carolina Bluegrass Style (concert)
Lexington county’s first Sunday of the summer will be marked with a classic “bluegrass done right” concert by the Carolina Bluegrass Style. The event, hosted by Savage Craft Ale Works, will feature live performances from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with free admission.

Tuesday – June 25

Music Bingo
Bingo lovers in Lexington County have something to look forward to on Tuesday, June 25, as Hazelwood Brewing Company is hosting its weekly Music Bingo night. The game, which is free to attend and runs from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., blends traditional bingo with a unique musical twist.

Thursday – June 27

Meeting Street Artisan Market
Meeting Street Artisan Market hosted by Interactive Arts Park promises to offer an exceptional experience. Visitors are encouraged to interact with unique sculptures scattered across the park, support local vendors, and shop and dine out at nearby locations. This event is free to attend and creates a wholesome community experience.

Across The County Line

Morning Yoga
Start your Friday with tranquility by joining the Morning Yoga session at Boyd Plaza, taught by Andre Drummond. The class caters to individuals looking to practice at a slower pace to improve mindfulness and overall wellbeing. The class runs from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. and is free to attend, although registration is required.

Friday Night Laser Lights
Light up your Friday night with a laser show accompanied by iconic music at the SC State Museum. Between songs by Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, the Eagles, and The Beatles, you’re guaranteed to be entertained.

Overall, the upcoming week in Lexington County packs a punch with a plethora of exciting events to choose from. Be ready to soak in the diverse cultural experiences that our County has to offer.

Stay Here, Play Here: Exciting Activities in Lexington County for the week of June 20

Author: HERE Irmo

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