Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site

We are pleased to announce the following events for July 2015:

JULY 3,2015 ~ 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm


Camden Community Band Patriot Concert 7- 8 pm

A FREE family-fun Independence Day Celebration at the Kershaw-Cornwallis House

Join us at the Kershaw-Cornwallis House for a revolutionary celebration in honor of America's Independence! Bring a picnic (food concession on site also) and spread out in the formal garden for this lovely summer evening event. Hear the actual words that started it all -- the Declaration of Independence. Tap your toes to great American stardards performed from 7-8 pm by members of the Camden Community Concert Band. Visit a mini colonial-Revolutionary War era exhibit pertaining to Camden's role in the fight for freedom and the forming of this great nation. Meet a Carolina Backcountry Militiaman. Try on period clothes and play challenging colonial games. Tour the reconstructed Kershaw House, the original of which was commandeered by Lord Cornwallis as British headquarters during Camden's occupation as the main Britihs supply post during the 1780-81 Southern Campaign. Grab the kids, cooler (no glass or pets please), and a comfy blanket or lawn chair, and nestle in for an evening of fantastic family fun. A perfectly patriotic time co-hosted by Historic Camden and the Camden Community Band! Directions: 222 Broad Street is Historic Camden's main entrance. Go pass main entrance to Bull Street turn right. Half way up the hill, turn right then bear left to Kershaw House (large white house on hill).



20th YEAR!! Jammin’ in July 2015 Music Festival

July 11, 2015 ~ 5:00-11:00 pm

Gates open at 4:30 pm

Admission:  $20/adults, $18Srs. & Military, $4/ages 6-12, under six free

Advance Tickets through July 10, 2015: $2 Advance discount on all tickets purchased at Historic Camden only

             Lawn chairs, blankets, coolers (no glass), and kids welcome. No pets or tents, please. Food concessions & free parking.2015 Collectible Tee Shirt designed by noted political cartoonist Robert Ariail $15.   Alternate rain location: 833 South Broad located on Broad Street in downtown Camden

2015 Schedule Below:

*CLEANHEAD EDDIE G 5:00 pm. - Acoustic & Electric blues with a folk flavor by Boston native Ed Grossheim.

*ANNA LYNN FERRIS. 5:25 pm. - Up and coming Midlands electric guitarist & volcalist.

*FAIR JAM 5:50 pm. Acoustic Rock with shades of Bluegrass by Camden's own Fair Jam comprised of Scott Jordan (guitar & vocals), Bobby Joseph (Cajon-“Afro-Peruvian Percussion Instrument”), Phil Hayes (mandolin).

*DOUBLE NAUGHT SPIES (Camden/Summterville). 6:30 pm. Classic Rock and Blues and then some!

*JIM HAYES & FRIENDS (Camden, SC) 7:05 pm. Classic and Contemporary Rock.

*THE REVELRY 7:55 pm. Guitar-driven Rock.

*ROBERT LIGHTHOUSE (Sweden, D.C.). 8:40 pm. Delta Blues.

*WEBB WILDER & THE BEATNICKS (Nashville) 9:40 pm.Back by popular demand, headliner Wilder and band hit it hard with their Roots-rocking Rock & Roll.

*BAKERS DOZEN. 10:40 pm. A special finale for the 20th year of Jammin In July featuring a blend of the evening's performers.

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Last updated June 19, 2015