(Columbia, S.C.) — Salt-N-Pepa — the legendary hip-hop duo who paved the way for female artists — will perform a free concert at Famously Hot New Year, South Carolina’s largest New Year’s Eve celebration, in downtown Columbia, S.C. on Dec. 31, 2019. The performance by the groundbreaking Grammy Award-winning pair will lead up to a midnight countdown and the biggest NYE fireworks display in the state. Charleston, S.C. locals The High Divers and Columbia’s own funky, dynamic Cottontown Soul Society will also perform. Find details and plan your #FHNY at www.famouslyhotnewyear.com.
South Carolina’s free party of the year is centered at the intersection of Main and Gervais Streets in front of the historic S.C. State House. Famously Hot New Year features regional food vendors, and cash bars with beer, wine and bubbly to ring in the new year. Since 2011, this annual tradition has brought together diverse communities to enjoy an exciting, festival atmosphere in one of the most recognizable locations in downtown Columbia. The event is in the midst of ample hotels, restaurants and shops for those planning a visit to celebrate New Year’s Eve in South Carolina’s capital city.
“We are honored to host such impactful and influential talent at this year’s celebration,” says Laura Valleni, Famously Hot New Year co-chair. “Famously Hot New Year is one of Columbia, South Carolina’s favorite traditions, serving as a time to celebrate our community with friends, neighbors, and visitors from near and far.”
Famously Hot New Year is a 501c3 nonprofit organization sponsored by: The City of Columbia, Richland County, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, Aflac, WLTX, Hot 103.9, The Big DM, The COMET, Segra, Colonial Life and other forward-thinking corporate citizens.