Anderson County, S.C. – An annual community event, Celebrate Anderson unites our County’s eleven cities and towns for a day of festivities that concludes with an evening of concerts and a patriotic fireworks celebration the Sunday before Labor Day.
The Celebrate-Fun-Zone, which includes large inflatables and activities brings together families and youth for a fun filled afternoon. “Celebrate-Fun-Zone gives our families and visitors a fun afternoon prior to the concerts, said Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns. The Celebrate-Fun-Zone opens at 1 p.m. and closes at 5 p.m. to allow everyone time to gather in the amphitheater for a music filled evening.
The world renowned Budweiser Clydesdales’ will make an appearance at Celebrate Anderson on Sunday, September 1, 2019. The eight-horse hitch and the famous red beer wagon will kick off the event at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center with the parade beginning at 2:00 p.m.
Celebrate Anderson’s entertainment lineup begins with the TL Hanna Jazz Band, followed by country music singer and songwriter Canaan Smith, who will turn the stage over to award winning country music artist Joe Nichols to close out the night of concerts.
The evening of celebration concludes with a patriotic fireworks honoring our armed services and local first responders for their self-sacrificing service for others.
“Celebrate Anderson is a way of thanking our community, military and first-responders for making Anderson County the best place to live in South Carolina. We are very appreciative to the local businesses and industries for joining Anderson County in funding and hosting this free community event,” said Anderson County Council Chairman Tommy Dunn.
Invite everyone to grab their chairs, blankets, and picnic for an evening to remember on Sunday, September 1st at 5:30 p.m. to ‘Celebrate Anderson’.
Important Note: Food and beverage vendors will be at the event. Attendees may pack a picnic for the event, however, alcohol and/or glass items are prohibited. There will also be bag check at the gate.
Media Contact: Rusty Burns, County Administrator
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