South Carolina’s oldest working distillery plans to carry on with its Fourth of July tradition. Firefly Distillery announced they’re holding a celebration on Independence Day this year from noon to 7pm. This will be the first at the distillery’s new Park Circle location, 4201 Spruill Avenue. The event spans its entire 4-acre field, front porch and 25,000 square foot distillery. The best part? This event is family (and dog) friendly!
Live music starts at 1pm. Headlining the is the The Black Diamond Band. They also plan to feature performances by Haley Mae Campbell and Hans Wenzel and the Eighty Sixers. The event will also feature a beer truck with local brews, savory food trucks including Braised in the South and Jonny Poppers and dessert trucks Holy Roly and Sweet Lulus. Each attendee will receive a ticket to participate in the hourly raffle for Firefly Spirits prize packs including grills, rocking chairs, golf bags and more. Picnic tables will be tented for shade on the Front Porch and The Field will be open for lawn games and guests to spread out with blankets and chairs. Guests can also purchase merchandise or Firefly’s-own hand sanitizer from the expansive indoor gift shop.
Since they plan to observe social distancing regulations, there’s a limited amount of tickets. Go here to order yours now.
Firefly Distillery, located at 4201 Spruill Avenue, is currently open Monday through Saturday from 12 to 6 pm offering tastings and cocktails with live music and food trucks on Saturdays.