The 13th annual event will feature festival rides, music, fireworks and more
Indian Land, S.C. ––The Indian Land Fall Festival returns November 3-4 to celebrate all things fall in one of the fastest-growing communities in the country. The 13th annual event will be held Saturday, November 3 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, November 4 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Indian Land Schools Complex, located at 8063 River Road, Indian Land, SC 29707.
Join us for family-friendly activities, music and entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, VFW car show and more. New this year is an expanded two-day event with festival rides and a Saturday night fireworks display.
“This is a community event that showcases Indian Land and Lancaster County – its people, schools, churches, businesses, and civic organizations. It’s a great place to live, learn, work, worship, play, and raise a family,” said event organizer Mike Neese.
There will be three stages featuring dozens of musicians and entertainers including Nashville recording artist Kasey Tyndall and 20Ride, a Zac Brown tribute band. One Fret Over, a youth bluegrass band from Winston Salem, and the Hinson Girls, a hometown favorite, will also perform along with dozens of others.
Nearly 200 vendors and food trucks will be on hand for exploring all that Indian Land and Lancaster has to offer.
Admission to the festival is free. Parking is $5. Complimentary shuttles will be provided from satellite lots.
Armbands can be purchased for access to children’s play areas including bounce and inflatable attractions, a farm area, a mini-train, fire truck rides and more. Ticketed rides will also be available from Palmetto Amusements including a Ferris wheel and other popular attractions.
Primary sponsors for the event include Comporium and Active Waste.
In the week prior to the event—“The Best Week of Fall” – the Indian Land Fall Festival Foundation will host a cornhole tournament, golf tournament and skeet and trap event. For more information and to register for these events, go to http://www.indianlandfallfest.com.
To learn more or to sign up as a vendor, sponsor or volunteer visit http://www.indianlandfallfest.com.