Indian Land, SC Fall Festival 2018
Charlotte area's Indian Land Fall Festival returns for its 13th year this Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th! The original idea behind the Indian Land Fall Festival was to gather Indian Land families to celebrate the end of summer and beginning of fall, as well as to raise money and awareness for the area's new local library. With Indian Land sitting right on the border of North and South Carolina and being surrounded by Fort Mill, Ballantyne, Waxhaw, Pineville, south Charlotte, the festival has become a major event in the area and last year 18,000+ people attended!
The Indian Land Fall Festival features live music, a farm area, arts & crafts, local vendors, kids' activities, classic cars, and much more. The festival is organized into five "themed" zones spread across the Indian Land schools’ campus with zoned areas dedicated to kids, sports, farm life, faith and community.
Location & Parking: 8063 River Road
Cost: Free for the festival | $5.00 for parking to help keep the festival free
Times: Saturday, November 3rd: 10:00 am till 8:00 pm | Sunday, November 4th: 11:00 am till 6:00 pm
This information about Charlotte area's Indian Land 2017 Fall Festival is provided by Nina Hollander/Carolinas Realty Partners, with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, your Charlotte area residential real estate experts and Indian Land real estate specialists.
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Why Do People Choose To Live In Indian Land, SC?
Indian Land, SC is located just minutes from the heart of Charlotte's upscale and popular Ballantyne area, which features two large outdoor shopping centers (Blakeney and Stonecrest) including grocery shopping, high-end boutiques, spas, casual and fine dining restaurants, movie theatres, medical facilities, etc. Ballantyne Village, the world-class Ballantyne Resort and Spa, the BallantyneGolf Course are all also easily accessible from Indian Land. Nearby in Indian Land are a large Walmart Super Center and a Lowes Home Improvement Store. New shopping centers, which include a plethora of shopping and dining options, include: The Promenade at Carolina Reserve and Redstone. Indian Land residents have access to some 23 parks within 10 miles and 22 golf courses.
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