March is coming on fast and soon everything in Rock Hill will be as green as your favorite can of Sprite. Events will be springing up all over the area, too. Check out these opportunities for fun, culture, and thrills.
Annie Moses Band
The month of March will get started in style with a concert by the Annie Moses Band. The performance, a part of the Clover School District Performing Arts Series, will feature the sibling singer-songwriter showmanship of the Annie Moses Band. Their eclectic blend of music is at once familiar and brand new. The March 2nd show begins at 8 p.m.
NarroWay: The Fourth Cross
Leading up to Easter, NarroWay will put on another magnificent dinner theater performance. The Fourth Cross will relate the Easter story from an angle that you might not have considered before. The show includes an authentic Biblical meal, including beef, vegetables, and couscous. Non-meal tickets are also available. The show runs through April 15th.
Steep Canyon Rangers
Bluegrass powerhouse band Steep Canyon Rangers will return to the McCelvey Center on March 10th as part of the Southern Sound Series. The 2014 and 2015 shows were sold out, so you’ll want to get your tickets soon!
Why Is Rock & Roll?
On March 11th at 7:30 p.m. at the Sullivan Middle School in Rock Hill, you can finally get the answers to all your questions about how rock & roll came to be and why it is so important. Why Is Rock & Roll?, a part of the Arts Council of York County’s Performing Arts Series, is part concert, part history lesson, all fun. Jay White and Jim Algar will take the audience through the history of rock & roll, complete with period instruments and plenty of costume changes.
St. Patrick’s Day on Main
The big event for March, of course, is the St. Patrick’s Day on Main Festival in Rock Hill. From 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., E. Main Street in Old Town Rock Hill will become a little corner of Ireland. Dozens of vendors, loads of food, fun activities for the kids, and Irish music all evening. Don’t forget to wear your green!
Children’s Day on the Farm
Historic Brattonsville will host Children’s Day on the Farm on March 25th, starting at 10:00 a.m. This day-long, family-oriented event will give visitors a glimpse of what life was like on the farm for Brattonsville residents in the 18th and 19th Centuries. Kids can learn to dip candles, cook without modern conveniences, and plow the fields with a draught horse. With plenty of demonstrations, performances, and food available, plan to spend the whole day.
BMX Supercross Carolina Nationals
The month of March will end with the thrill of the Carolina Nationals World Qualifier at the Novant Health BMX Supercross Track in Rock Hill. Cyclists from all over the world will gather to vie for a qualifying spot. It’ll be three days of nearly non-stop action on the track!