Squealin’ on the Square celebrates it 19th year of bringing family fun and delicious BBQ to the historic downtown. The first weekend of October each year sees the downtown square come alive with live music, arts & crafts, food and especially BBQ. The two day event kicks off on Friday and runs through 8PM on Saturday.
Squealin’ on the Square is presented by the non-profit, Main Street Laurens, as a way of raising funds to assist in their efforts to revitalize the Historic Downtown District. All proceeds from the event go back into the organization to help with projects such as facade grants for businesses, marketing of the downtown, decorative lighting in the downtown and implementation of the new Downtown Master Plan.
2109 LIVE MUSIC LINE-UP
FRIDAY, October 4
We’ve got another awesome line-up of music to celebrate 19 years of Squealin’ on the Square. It all kicks off Friday evening at 5PM! Bring your lawn chairs and get the best spot for the weekend.
8-10PM: VANCE KENNEDY & BARKSDALE STATION
SATURDAY, October 5
10AM-12PM: WESTEND STRING BAND TRIO
12:30PM-2:30PM: JUKEBOX 45
3PM-5PM: SOULIFIED 7
6PM-8PM: THE FLASHBACKs
So, we encourage you to mark your calendars and join us for a good time, good food and good friends all while helping revitalize downtown Laurens!
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