Irish Fest Camden Pub Crawl
Downtown Camden will come alive with the sound of Irish-infused music as Irish Fest Camden (IFC) 2020 presents its second annual Pub Crawl in Friday evening, March 6th!
The event is part of the three-day Irish Fest 2020 weekend --- March 5-7 --- in South Carolina’s oldest inland city which benefits the ongoing capital campaign at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Camden. Pub Crawl was a hit at last year’s festival and was brought back again for a second run this year.
Five establishments --- with four located within walking distance in Camden’s 1000 block of Broad St., the town’s center of commerce and social activity --- will have musical guests for the evening. The shows, which are all free of charge, will begin at 7 p.m. and continue with live music until 11 p.m. that evening.
Baron’s Bar & Grill, located at 1020 Broad St., will feature a music doubleheader on its two-band card featuring Seldom Sober, a favorite duo out of Savannah and Camden-based band, Bothar Tombfield. Sam Kendall’s restaurant, located at 1043 Broad St., will have Belfast, Ireland native and minstrel Casey O’Reilly entertaining its diners and guests. Steeplechase Bar & Grill, located at 1044 Broad St., will have the Emerald Isle-tinged music of North Carolina native and guitarist/singer Trip Rogers while guests at Salud! Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Lounge, located at 1011 Broad St., will have Camden native and Nashville resident Anna Lynn Ferris performing acoustic sets. Just a short trip down E. DeKalb St. (Highway 1), La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant will have 40 Thieves on hand to present diners and guests with their unique sound.
For more information on Irish Fest Camden, please log onto: irishfestcamden.com.
Downtown Camden - Broad St. and Highway 1
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