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Like us on:. There he explores the origin of the banjo and creates new music with the folks he encounters along the way. The film will show at the Heritage Pavilion at the Hagood Mill Historic Site from with concessions for sale at 6 pm.
Please bring your own chair and us for an evening of music, world travel and Unity through Art. Donations will be collected on site. Nobody will be turned away for lack of money, but perhaps for space, so come early and get yourself a spot! We have an amazing group of performers this year to pick the day away. The music starts at am and will go on until 4 pm. Michelle Turner will be emceeing this event, in addition to performing with the Hen House Rockers. She has won the banjo competition at our state-sanctioned Fiddling Competition too many times to count.
Please refer to the schedule for a complete list of performers:. The centerpiece of the Hagood Mill Historic Site is the water-powered gristmill. It is one of the finest examples of nineteenth-century technology in the Upcountry and operates just as it has for the last century and a half.
The mill will be running throughout the day.
Hagood Mill cookbooks and a variety of other mill-related items are also available. There will be lots of other things to see on July 17th as Hagood Mill hosts a variety of folklife and traditional arts demonstrations. We will be running the mill, so come purchase the freshest of the fresh of our grits, cornmeal, and specialty grains. There will be blacksmithing, chair-caning, moonshining, pottery, quilting, spinning, knitting, weaving, woodcarving, and metalsmithing demonstrations.
We encourage visitors to ask questions of the artists, gain insight, and if you wish, spend a little money to secure a traditional arts treasure of your own. We will have a quality artisan market in addition to our regul ar shopping in the Mill Mercantile, where we have an amazing selection of locally crafted souvenirs and personal care products, local history books, locally roasted coffee, and locally grown tea.
There promises to be lots to do and lots of fun! All proceeds from admission help offset the costs at Hagood Mill. Children 12 and under are always free and there are no parking fees. So, head on out, grab a helping of tasty food, served on-site from some of the best food trucks in the area, and as always, enjoy your special day at Hagood Mill.
The Hagood Mill Historic Site is open Wednesday through Saturday from am until pm and Sundays from to pm year-round.
The Mill operates, rain or shine, on the third Saturday of every month. us in joyful song as we host an old-time gospel sing-along. The grist will be operating and the site will be full with living history demonstrators and artisan craft vendors. The Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site will also be open. September 18, Event goes on rain or shine. No refunds. Awards were given out to Youth 16 and under and Adults which included cash prizes, ribbons, and plaques.
The top three SC Fiddling Champions were also awarded beautiful 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophy cups.
You can view the entire competition here, it starts at minute 39! Thanks to Take Part Productions we were able to livestream for the first time! You can find the competition below the video! Many thanks to all the participants and congratulations to all of the winners! Old-Time musicians near and far descend on the grounds of Hagood Mill to compete in this official State-sanctioned two-day event. Due to special Covid circumstances the event is looking very different in Tickets for the event are extremely limited to The SC Fiddling Competition will occur on site and will be live streamed to our virtual audience.
The Mill will operate, we will have living history demonstrators throughout the site and also a cherry picked group of artisan vendors.
The educational and entertainment value of the day will remain the same as ever, we will simply have an intimate audience of This is also a very special occasion as we will have a commercial film crew on site! We will be integrating ghost stories into Friday's evening entertainment on October 16 and we are proud to announce that there will be an interpreter for the hearing impaired. This veteran showman is guaranteed to delight listeners with his music, folklore, and a big helping of spooky stories to share with each and every one at the Heritage Pavilion from pm. Fowler will be accompanied by storytelling colleagues Jess Willis and Becky Ston ewho are sure to fright as well.
Jess Willis is an SC homegrown spoken word artist with a big mouth and bigger imagination. Lighting up the stage with her own brand of magic she shares anything from smashing classics, to personal narratives, to tales so tall she's yanked the rug out from underneath you before you've realized you're off the ground. Becky Stone discovered the art of storytelling when she moved to South Carolina and heard formal storytellers for the first time. She loves telling traditional stories from many cultures with a focus on African-American and Appalachian tales.
Pretty Little Goat will also play on Friday from pm. You can visit their website to download their latest album recorded at ISIS music hall for free! Tickets will not be sold at the gate and must be purchased in advance. There will be food concessions for sale on site Friday evening.
Campers can set up as early as 1 pm on Friday. The competition has run as late as 8 pm in the past.
Competitions will take place on the historic stage and also at the Heritage Pavilion. Registration fees and prize money are as follows.
Spectators and competitor supporters will have to purchase GA tickets. Our typical Third Saturday happenings of the operation of the Hagood Millliving history demonstrators and artisan vendors will start at 10 am. We will also have food trucks throughout the day and evening on Saturday. As always, we encourage visitors to bring lawn chairs or blankets for the show. Please bring a mask and personal hand sanitizer. There is no special pricing or free entry for children due to restrictions in the of people we can gather on the historic side for the event and the financial reality of selling so few tickets.
Borger Wiggle is an old time band that hails from Colombia, SC. Kristin Harris has won the Fiddling Championship at the Hagood Mill two times, her last being inmaking her the defending champion. The band has been performing together at festivals and with bands of various formations for the past 8 to 10 years and recorded their Pickens seeking his first tonight or this weekend album together in January Critically acclaimed Songs from the Road Band headlines the evening and takes the stage for a two hour show at 10 pm.
They reign from Asheville, NC is an A-list band in the bluegrass scene. Their fourth album, "Road to Nowhere" is chart topping and you will not want to miss this intimate show at Hagood Mill's Heritage Pavilion. Mark Schimick is an award winning contest mandolin player that has championed his way to the highest heights of the jamgrass scene. Sam Wharton is a founding member of the band with one of the smoothest voices in bluegrass. He is the ultimate ambassador for bluegrass music and has shared the stage with some of the best in the business like John Cowan, Jim Lauderdale, and Sierra Hull.
James Schlendera 2 time National Fiddle Champion, plays the 5 string fiddle and studied music performance at the University of Miami. Gabe Epstein is a graduate of the East Tennessee State University Bluegrass program, Gabe is both innovative and hard driving on the 5 string banjo! Please note: We are selling a separate ticket to just the evening entertainment's live bands Borger Wiggle and Songs From the Road Band.
Every Third Saturday the grounds of the Hagood Mill Historic fills up with folks that demonstrate traditional crafts and arts, dressed in historical costume. Demonstrators are naturally dispersed throughout the site in the Hagood Mill, moonshine still, blacksmith shop, cotton gin, pottery shed and bow and arrow range. Demonstrators in the historic cabins will be limited to one demonstrator per porch for the safety of the public and our demonstrators.
The Hagood Mill accepts artisan vendors only. If you do not handcraft the products that you represent, there is no need to inquire or apply.Pickens seeking his first tonight or this weekend
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