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Fast serves and faster cars.
South Carolina is made for exciting spectator sports. The Family Circle Cup takes place on Daniel Island near Charleston, SC April 2-10 and features some of the biggest names in professional women's tennis. But if you prefer fast cars to fast serves, head to Darlington Raceway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SHOWTIME Southern 500 on May 7.


Hey foodies! Put these events on your calendar.
Now is the time to start planning your next food-focused getaway to South Carolina. Whether you hit the Hilton Head Island Wine & Food Festival March 1-12, the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival March 3-6, or Euphoria in Greenville September 22-25, you're sure to find some of the most delicious Southern cuisine you'll ever taste.


Don't miss these fun-filled festivals.
Freedom Weekend Aloft in Simpsonville May 27-30 features 80 hot-air balloons, concerts and more. Ever been to a horse race? Check out the Carolina Cup in Camden on April 2nd. This steeplechase is a premier social event featuring spring fashions, amazing tailgating spreads, and of course, lots of pulse-pounding racing action. And finally, the Sun Fun Festival in Myrtle Beach June 3-4 is a must for beach lovers. This festival features a parade, a pageant, special shows and lots of beach-oriented activities.


Looking for more festivals and events?
Visit DiscoverSouthCarolina.com for the latest information on South Carolina's calendar of events. From the mountains to the coast, we've got your festival lineup covered for 2011.


Tickets to the Heritage on sale now!
Since 1969, The Heritage at Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head has been one of the most cherished events on the PGA Tour. And you can be a part of the 2011 Heritage, April 18-24. Click here to get your tickets today.


Festival of Trees
Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach is hosting its Annual Festival of Trees from now until December 31. More than 50 trees will be on display throughout the aquarium and adorned in unique ornaments, representing the great diversity of the United States.

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