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Famously Hot New Year
Festival | Celebration
Date: December 31, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm

Location: Show map
S.C. State House grounds
1201 Gervais Street
Columbia, South Caro 29201

Contact: Famously Hot New Year
Phone: 9786090521
Email: info@famouslyhotnewyear.com
Site: http://www.famouslyhotnewyear.com

Famously Hot New Year — S.C.’s Free Party of the Year — with Headliner En Vogue in Columbia, S.C., Dec. 31, 2018

En Vogue — the iconic ’90s vocal group and one of the top 5 highest-selling female American music groups in history — will perform a free, full-length concert at Famously Hot New Year, S.C.’s largest free New Year’s Eve celebration, in downtown Columbia, S.C. on Dec. 31, 2018. The concert will be followed by a midnight countdown and the biggest NYE fireworks display in the state. New Orleans-inspired jazz and brass group Soda City Brass Band will support, and Charleston, S.C.’s indie hip-hop group Little Stranger will open the show. Set next to the historic S.C. State House at Main and Gervais Streets in Columbia, S.C., Famously Hot New Year features food from local vendors; beer, wine and bubbly; street merchants and more in a fun, friendly festival environment amid downtown Columbia, S.C.’s vibrant, walkable lifestyle districts. The event is in the midst of plentiful parking, hotels, restaurants and shops for those visiting from out of town to celebrate New Year’s Eve in South Carolina’s capital city.

Find details and plan your #FHNY in the “Real Southern Hot Spot” at http://www.famouslyhotnewyear.com.

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