Taste of Lake Murray 2024

Taste of Lake Murray tickets on sale November 16

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(Lexington, SC) – Save the date for “The Social Event of the Year”, Taste of Lake Murray, presented by Lexington Medical Center, on Thursday, March 21 at 6 PM at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Columbia. Dance the night away while listening to music from The Voltage Brothers on the main stage and Under the Sun on the outdoor stage. Sample flavors from around the region and vote for your favorite chef to join Team Lake Murray Country at the World Food Championship. Bid on the silent auction and have fun at everyone’s favorite “party with a purpose!”

“You do not want to miss this lineup of food and entertainment!” said, Vickie Davis, Senior VP of Funding & Events with Capital City/Lake Murray Country.

Taste of Lake Murray is the sole fundraiser for the Annual 4th of July Celebration on Lake Murray! The funds raised at A Taste of Lake Murray help light up the sky with fireworks launched from 2 lake locations each year on the Saturday PRIOR to the 4th of July, scheduled next year for Saturday, June 29, 2024.

“We are so grateful for the community support at this event each year and helping us raise the funds for Lake Murray’s 4th of July Celebration,” said, Miriam Atria, President/CEO of CCLMC.

Early Bird tickets go on sale Thursday, November 16 at 10:00 a.m. at $100/person. Add reserved seating for an additional $25. Reserved seating is limited, sponsors and paid reserved seat ticket holders are guaranteed seating at this popular event. Attendees must be 21 and over to purchase. After February 14 tickets will be $125/person. Visit LakeMurrayCountry.com or call 803-781-5940 to learn more!

A limited number of Sponsorships remain available, email Vickie Davis, Senior VP of Funding & Events to learn more about how to use the Taste of Lake Murray to promote your business while supporting the 4th of July Celebration on Lake Murray. Contact Vickie Davis for sponsorship opportunities vickie@lakemurraycountry.com.

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