Gospel and Gullah in Georgetown
benefiting The Mitney Project
MARCH 11-12 \\ VARIOUS VENUES\\ GEORGETOWN, SC
One weekend. Live concerts, theater and films with top artists.
Gospel and Gullah in Georgetown (GGG) sets a new standard for festivals in the Lowcountry. This multiple-media celebration spotlights high-caliber talent in praise music, nationally and internationally and zooms in on the rich Gullah culture of this region. Experience the best of both through the concert by a premier gospel recording artist, crafts by skilled Gullah artisans, screenings of critically-acclaimed documentaries about praise music around the world and tours of local historical sites. Co-founded in 2014 by (the late)Thom Martin, Choral Director of Indigo Choral Society and Leslie Di Mitri, Executive Director of The Mitney Project, GGG is a production of The Mitney Project. Festival proceeds benefit the community revitalization work of The Mitney Project in Georgetown's distressed communities.
March 11 Gullah Supper at Mitney Center. Venue parking lot and on-street parking is available on Front Street.
March 11 Crowns at Winyah Auditorium: Venue parking lot and on-street parking is available on Highmarket and Congdon. Public parking lots are open on Orange Street between Prince and Front Streets.
Click the Festival Line Up page link at the top left of this page to see a complete list of performing artists.