Ready for a weekend of music? Like country? Gospel? Bluegrass? Alt? Rock? Well then c'mon to Aiken for a weekend of all things music. Not only will you discover the charm of this beautiful city, but you'll enjoy the sounds of awesome music everywhere you go. Make a weekend of it.
Trucks N' Tunes is a music and food truck festival celebrating Aiken Young Professionals' 10th year anniversary. The lineup will be headed by Rebel Union, Cody Webb and Cole Taylor. Regional food trucks and craft beer vendors will be there as well. The festival is free to attend and will be in Gyles Park on Park Ave beside the Aiken Visitor Center and Train Museum.
Cranford Hollow will be the headliner at this month's outdoor concert held in the beautiful Highfields Showgrounds! Gates open at 5 pm and live music will be playing until 11 pm. Beer, food trucks, and vendors will all be there to round out this idyllic outdoor concert.
Want to check out the multiple free music venues on Saturday? Hop on the free City of Aiken Trolley for stops between Highfields Showgrounds, Gyles Park, and Downtown. Enjoy the flavor of the moment with local musicians on board to serenade and strum along the way.
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It's all about the collaboration. It's all about that Aiken atmosphere. It's all about a good time and good music in Aiken. Throughout the weekend of October 12th-15th in Aiken you will find music on every street corner in Aiken. Here are 6 undeniable reasons why the Inaugural Aiken City Limits will keep you coming back for more.