Wednesday, August 30th Events
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
Located in Columbia’s Vista district, the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center is in the middle of an exciting urban scene that includes open-air cafes, deluxe accommodations, live music, exciting sports venues, and concert tours. Only minutes away from the airport and major interstates, the convention center is accessible for attendees.
Thursday, August 31st Events
USC Alumni Center
Located just across from the Convention Center at Lincoln and Senate Streets in the Vista district, the USC Alumni Center stands as a gateway to the University of South Carolina campus and encompasses more than 60,000 square feet of space for weddings, conferences, galas, meeting, alumni functions and other celebrations and events. The center is the home of the My Carolina Alumni Association.
Columbia, South Carolina, was established in 1786. Its location on three rivers was important to the region and to the state’s economic growth and development. The city became home to the state capital and it is the largest city in South Carolina. Visitors can walk through the beautifully landscaped Capitol grounds, stroll along Riverfront Park or the historic Horseshoe at USC, enjoy an outdoor concert at Finlay Park or paddle in a canoe down the Broad River.
Other downtown attractions include the Three Rivers Greenway, State Museum, Edventure Children’s Museum, and the Colonial Life Arena.
The Congaree National Park is located about 20 miles from Downtown Columbia and boasts a boardwalk loop trail, over 20 miles of backwoods hiking trails, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and more.
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