MARSHVILLE — American icon Randy Travis was the main attraction again at the Randy Travis Music Festival, held Saturday (Sept. 18) in his hometown.
MARSHVILLE — The Randy Travis Music Festival, which was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 18, starting at 11 a.m., hosted by the Marshville Chamber of Commerce. The annual event is held on Main Street in downtown Marshville and is free to attend.
INDIAN TRAIL — Eden Lee, of Indian Trail, is a nurse by trade; however, her interest in acting and filmmaking is flourishing as evidenced by her short film being shown at the Joedance Virtual Film Festival on Friday, Aug. 6.
MCCONNELLS, S.C. — Cannons booming, rifles firing and redcoats retreating are all part of an immersive experience at Historic Brattonsville just outside of Rock Hill, South Carolina.
MATTHEWS — The Matthews Alive Festival, presented by Novant Health — Matthews Medical Center, will celebrate its 29th year in 2021. The festival kicks off on Sept. 3, a Friday, and will conclude on Sept. 6. The festival was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.
PAGELAND, SC — Pageland’s Watermelon Festival resumes after a one-year hiatus because of the pandemic, with bigger amusement rides, four days of music and a COVID-19 friendly seed-spittin’ contest.
Georgia — Dan and Bridgette Riedel’s seemingly unquenchable appetite for ghost tours has led them to where it inevitably had to lead them — Savannah, reputed to be one of the most haunted cities in A pair of normal folks into, well, paranormal folks.