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Pendleton Historic Foundation announces the Sizzlin’ Summer Beach Bash Concert

Published: June 3, 2015

Contact: Susan King

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Phone (864)-646-7249

[email protected]


PO Box 444

Pendleton, SC  29670

Pendleton Historic Foundation

Pendleton Historic Foundation announces the Sizzlin’ Summer Beach Bash Concert

Pendleton SC, June 25, 2015:

The Pendleton Historic Foundation announces the 3rd annual Sizzlin’ Summer Beach Bash Concert on the lawn of Woodburn Historic House on June 25th from 6:00-9:00 pm.  The concert is FREE and open to all ages, so bring family and friends, sunscreen, and a lawn chair or blanket. 


Be ready to hit the dance floor.  Returning is Dixie Overdrive, playing country, rock, oldies, and dance music.  Visitors will enjoy a display of classic cars from our friends at the Seneca Car Club, and a first floor tour of Woodburn for $2 per person.


For only $1 each, you can buy chances to win gift certificates to local restaurants, tickets for a Clemson Little Theatre production, movie tickets, work by local artists, and much more. Drawings will be held throughout the night with all proceeds benefiting the Pendleton Historic Foundation.


Running on empty?  Fill your tank with the Smokin’ Pig BBQ, which will be offered ranging in price from $2 to $12.


This year’s concert is expected to attract music lovers spanning the generations.  So join us at the Woodburn Historic House and listen to sizzling sounds under the sunset and stars.  Woodburn Historic House is located at 130 History Lane, Pendleton, SC 29670, on Hwy 76 directly across from the Tri-County Technical College.  Specific directions can be obtained by calling 864-646-7249, by e-mailing [email protected], or by visiting our website at www.pendletonhistoricfoundation.org.


The Pendleton Historic Foundation is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of historic properties in Pendleton and the interpretation of the diverse history and cultural heritage of the area.  The Foundation owns and operates Ashtabula and Woodburn historic house museums in the Pendleton area.