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Hometown Jazz.
Iconic jazzman Dizzy Gillespie's hometown of Cheraw, SC hosts the South Carolina Jazz Festival Oct. 14-16. The sultry sounds will move your soul as more than 20 of the hottest cats in the Carolinas lay down the funk, including the Charlton Singleton Quartet and the Kat Williams Trio. There's a "bebop" parade, a Madonnari-Southern style chalk competition, kids' activities and more.



The ballet shows its teeth.
The Halloween phenomenon and theatrical "must see," Dracula: Ballet With A Bite, returns to the Columbia City Ballet Oct. 27-29. The Count and his Brides of Darkness are out for blood with new choreography and costumes. This cutting-edge production is realized in dramatic fashion with stunning special effects and a pulsating rock/jazz musical score.



A change in the seasons.
MOMIX brings its breathtaking fantasy piece Botanica to Greenville's Peace Center Oct. 8-9 and to Charleston's Gaillard Auditorium Oct. 22. Dancer-illusionists explore the seasons through surrealistic images, light, shadow and the human form. Vivid costumes and larger-than-life puppets and props add to the visual euphoria. It's a mind-blowing experience that will captivate the imagination.

Tennessee Williams Festival
Theatre South Carolina celebrates the work of one of the most influential playwrights of the 20th century at the Tennessee Williams Festival Sept. 30-Oct. 8. Click here for more information.

Bob Jones's 60th Anniversary.
Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery celebrates its 60th anniversary with several special events including a gala and guided tours. Guests turning 60 this year receive free admission! Click here for more information.

Dreamgirls at Hilton Head.
The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina in Hilton Head presents the Broadway smash Dreamgirls, winner of six Tony Awards and two Grammys, Sept. 28-Oct. 23. For more information, click here.

Jazz Weekend at Kiawah
Earl Klugh's Weekend of Jazz at Kiawah Island Golf Resort brings chart-topping Artists in a Spectacular Oceanfront Setting. November 10-12, 2011. Join us for this one-of-a-kind weekend and special events throughout the year. Reserve today! 888-825-1379

2011 Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art
Enjoy 2 weeks of incredible talent. The 2011 Festival, being held at Brookgreen Gardens, announces the unbelievable sounds of Spyro Gyra, Kickin Grass Band, Ball in the House, David Osborne Trio, The Hit Men & so much more. Visit here for more information.
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