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Total Eclipse Weekend
Festival | Celebration
Date: August 18 - 21, 2017

Location: Show map
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
1101 Lincoln Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Contact: Tracie Broom
Phone: 415-235-5718
Email: info@totaleclipsecolumbiasc.com
Site: http://totaleclipsecolumbiasc.com

One of the Southeast’s most vibrant mid-sized cities, Columbia, S.C., is home to the longest total solar eclipse for a metro area on the East Coast and will host Total Eclipse Weekend Columbia, S.C., a long weekend of more than 50 eclipse-related festivals and events.

The third largest city on the center line of the eclipse path of totality, Columbia, S.C. will see 2 minutes and 36 seconds of darkness in the middle of the afternoon.

Eclipse events throughout the weekend and on eclipse day include a variety of large and small festivals; kid-friendly/family activities; food & drink parties from posh to casual; outdoor river and lake adventures; education, science & history events; art, film & dance happenings and more. Dubbed the “Total Eclipse Capital of the East Coast,” Columbia, S.C., has been named a top U.S. viewing city by USA Today, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post and others.

Follow @TotalEclipseCAE.




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