Walnut Grove Plantation comes to life the first weekend in October — October 3 and 4 — as more than 100 re-enactors, storytellers, and artisans transform the 1767 homestead into a living colonial village. The event — Festifall — features music, dancing, toy making, cooking, weaving, woodworking, candle dipping, and much more. Re-enactments of loyalist partisan William Cunningham’s deadly 1781 raid and 18th-century military demonstrations will take place both days and are not to be missed! Bubba’s BBQ will offer tasty victuals for those with a palate for a traditional Back Country meal. Don’t miss the biggest and best living history event in South Carolina!
Saturday, Oct. 3, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 a.m. Overmountain Victory Trail Association Presentation
12 p.m. Re-enactment of William Cunningham’s Raid
3 p.m. Benefit Auction
4 p.m. Battle Demonstration
Sunday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
10 a.m. Back Country Prayer Meeting
1 p.m. Re-enactment of William Cunningham’s Raid
Admission: $10/Ages 18+; $5/Ages 5-17; SCHA Members receive $1 off each ticket
Contact Julius Dargan at Julius.Dargan@SpartanburgHistory.org or call (864) 591-5596.
Festifall is part of Revolutionary War Weekend and is presented in partnership with Cowpens National Battlefield, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Overmountain Victory Trail, and the City of Gaffney. Visit Rev-War-Weekend.com for more information.