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6 Places to Catch Live Music this Weekend in Fort Mill

There's a good bit of live music happening in Fort Mill, so we've rounded up six places to catch it this weekend. Take your pick from jazz, Caribbean steel drums, 80s and 90s rock, acoustic jams, and rock and roll.

(1) Baxter Springmaid Park from 7-10PM on Thursday

Fish Market and Grapevine Wine Shop invite you to enjoy LeTron “LTrain” Brantley, a native of South Carolina who has been playing the saxophone since he was 12 years old and is now an active music community supporter. Details here.

(2) Lake Wylie Brewing at 8PM

Lake Wylie Brewing will have live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. They'll be hosting Greg Parish, Kendall Music Duo, and Chubby Knuckles. All start at 8PM except on Thursday music starts at 7PM. Details here.

(3) Carolina Ale House from 5-8PM on Friday

Relax on the patio while listening to acoustic guitarist Christopher Michael. He plays all around town, so this is a great opportunity to enjoy if you haven't yet. Details here.

Christopher Michael

(4) Tipsy Barrel at 6PM on Friday

The first time we discovered the Tipsy Barrel, a lei was placed around our necks, Lou was playing a steel drum, and we never felt more at home. It's just one of those places where you walk in and feel welcomed. Check it out and catch a different vibe than you might from anywhere else in Fort Mill. Details here.

Lou's Steel Drum

(5) Corkscrew Kingsley from 8-11PM on Friday

If you haven't heard Exit 85 yet, this is a great chance to catch them! They play a lot of 90s covers and set a fun vibe for the entire evening. Details here.

Exit 85

(6) Hobo's from 7-11PM on Saturday

There's a reason Little Johnny Trailer Trash keeps appearing at Hobo's - because people love them! They're a fun rock and roll band with a Southern influence. Enjoy them on patio along with some cooler weather! Details here.

Little Johnny Trailer Trash

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