Local Events Scheduled For The Fall Months

Belton Events Scheduled for the Fall:

Events and activities scheduled for Belton through the fall, emphasizing Belton’s new slogan “A Historic Heart….with a new beat!” include:

  • Combo Kings-Enjoy great music and dancing….FREE and open to the public.  When held at the Listening Room wine and beer are sold for $2 with the proceeds to go to Belton non-profit organizations.  Check for a schedule.
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  • Air, Wind and Space Exhibit-Belton Area Museum.  Once in a lifetime eclipses,l deadly tornadoes, feats of aeronautical prowess and out-pf-this-world materials are all attached to Belton.  The Belton Area Museum Association will be featuring all this and more in Air, Wind and Space opening July 23, from 3:00 to 5:00 at the historic train depot.  The exhibit is free to the public and will remain on display during normal museum hours (Wednesday Thursday and Friday 9:00 to 2:00 and Saturday 9:00 to 1:00) through September 9.bama air wind and space exhibit poster
  • The Great Eclipse Art Exhibit-Belton Center for the Arts.  Artwork focused on the theme of the solar eclipse.  Opening Reception August 4 7:00 to 9:00.  The exhibit continues during regular Center for the Arts hours through September 1.
  • Belton Alliance After 5:00-Listening Room on Main.  6:00 p.m. Thursday, September 21.  Network with fellow business people and citizens and hear a report on the proposed exercise equipment and expansion of the North Main walking trail.  Free wine, beer, soft drinks and hors’deuvres until 7:30, followed by music and dancing with the Combo Kings until 9:00.  Wine, beer and soft drinks $2 after 7:30.
  • Standpipe Festival Juried Art Show-Belton Center for the Arts.  Opening reception Saturday, September 30 7:00 to 9:00.  Outstanding work from area artists.  The show continues during normal Center for the Arts hours thrugh November 10.
  • South Carolina Men’s Collegiate Tennis Championships Presented by ANMED Health-Belton Tennis Center.  September 29 thru October 1.  Men representing the state colleges and universities will compete in both singles and doubles.  Matches will be played starting at 1:00 Friday, all day Saturday and until 3:00 Sunday.  Schools sending players are Clemson, South Carolina, Wofford, Furman, Citadel, Presbyterian, Coastal Carolina, Anderson University, Lander, North Greenville University and Winthrop.
  • Heritage Days-Belton Depot.  Thursday, October 5 and Friday, October 6.  Artisans will be showing skills from the past in special exhibits outside the depot.
  • Standpipe Heritage and Arts Festival-City Square.  Saturday, October 7.  Enjoy entertainment, road race, car show, fireworks and much more during Belton’s largest festival.  Click on the Standpipe Festival link on the home page for complete information.
  • Chick-Fil-A of Anderson Hall of Fame Classic Girl’s High School Tennis Tournament-Belton Tennis Center.  October 14-15.  Eight girls high school teams will compete for individual and team championships.  Christ Church is the defending champion and will be joined by T. L. Hanna, J. L. Mann, Rock Hill, Greenville, Clinton, Boiling Springs and Belton-Honea Path.  Matches will begin Saturday at 9:00 and continue until 5:00.  Sunday matches begin at 8:30 and continue until 3:00.
  • Emile Pandolfi & Dana Russell-Listening Room on Main.  7:00 p.m. Saturday, October 28.  Internationally known pianist Emile Pandolfi and simply irresistible vocalist Dana Russell are gracing the stage.  Tickets are $45.  Cash bar opens at 6:30; performance at 7:00.

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