Every York County Event You Can’t Miss in March

February is now behind us, bring on March and all of the events it has planned. Here’s the things you can’t miss in York County this month.

March 1st:

Mr. Stumpy’s Opens:

You know about Mr. Putty’s mini-golf course, but now you can check out “Mr. Stumpy’s” at the 19th hole. Starting March 2nd, they’ll be offering outdoor axe-throwing. Click the link for directions and details.

The Hunts:

The Hunts bring to the stage their indie folk music with layered harmonies and lyrics that gracefully shift from melancholy to triumphant.

Friday, March 1, 2019 | 7:30 – 9:30 PM
Sullivan Middle School | 1825 Eden Terrace | Rock Hill, SC 29732
Doors open at 7 PM

March 9th:


It’s the 11th annual festive utopia of Beer in Baxter Village. The Beertopia Festival will feature more than 50 breweries and 150 beers. The event is hosted by Grapvine at their Fort Mill location. You must purchase tickets ahead of time. Click the link for tickets.

“Silver in the City” Airstream Rally:

The Airstreamers will parade down N. Congress Street to East Liberty to Garner Street Friday morning, March 8th at approximately 9:00am. This is an exciting caravan to watch driving into our downtown!

We are expecting 35 or more Airstream trailers and will park them on Congress Street in York from Friday morning through Sunday afternoon, with an open house scheduled for Saturday.

Harry Potter Science Saturday:

A day of activities and information featuring real science based on the popular Harry Potter series of books at the Museum of York County. Free program with museum admission: $10 Adults | $8 Seniors|$6 students (4 – 17) |Free for CHM Members & 3 and younger.

York County Family Food Truck Rally:

Join us for the Family Food Truck Festival on Saturday, March 9th from 12:00-6:00 pm at the Heritage Conference Center Ballroom Parking Lot! Free admission, free activities, and free parking! Bring the family out to enjoy a variety of food options, meet amazing local businesses, shop in the market place, and have fun with free entertainment including bounce houses, photo booth, face painting, balloon animals, laser tag, trampolines, and more!

The SteelDrivers:

“Bluegrass with a rock-n-roll edge” is how SteelDrivers’ singer, songwriter and fiddler Tammy Rogers describes their music. With new singer and guitar picker Kelvin Damrell on board, the SteelDrivers return to the McCelvey stage after a sell-out performance during the 2017 Southern Sound Series. Since their first release in 2008, they won a Grammy-Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2016 for “The Muscle Shoals Recordings,” and their discography includes several Grammy Award nominations in both country and bluegrass categories.

Don’t miss them March 9th at the McCelvey Center in York.

March 16th:

St. Patrick’s Day:


A staple in Clover, in its 21st year…the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival is happening on Saturday, March 16th in downtown Clover!

Baxter Village:

The Largest Spring Festival & St. Patrick’s Parade in the Fort Mill area runs from 2-6PM. There will be 125 Vendors with food and drinks and live entertainment. The Parade will start at 5pm. Free admission to the festival and free parking!

Rock Hill:

At St. Patrick’s Day on Main, everyone is Irish! Celebrate all things green on Main Street in downtown Rock Hill each St. Patrick’s Day.

Authentic food & beer, games, music, and of course fun for the entire Family.

Join us on Main Street from 4PM to 10PM.

Lake Wylie:

Don’t miss the 1st annual St Patty’s Day Block Party at Stateline BBQ & Taphouse. Come on out and enjoy live music, a kids zone featuring bounce houses, several local food trucks, as well as vendors. The event starts at 11 until 7pm. This is an outside event with Tons of fun for all ages! More information to follow.

Block Party: 

Dust Off Brewing Co., Knowledge Perk, and The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling & Design are hosting a family friendly St. Patrick’s Day Block Party on Saturday 3/16 from noon to 8pm.  Join The Warehouses on White for a day full of merriment to include cornhole, sidewalk chalk, and other yard games.

March 23rd:

Carowinds Opens:

Your favorite state-line theme park opens back up to the public March 23rd, with a brand new addition. Carowinds is adding a double launch roller coaster called Copperhead Strike inside the new BlueRidge Junction. This part of the park will feature Carolina favorites like barbecue and comfort food sides.

March 28th-31st:

BMX Carolina’s Nationals:

For the 5th year, the Carolina’s Nationals are back at Rock Hill’s BMX Supercross track at Riverwalk. There will be more than 1,200 participants from 40 states and 10 foreign countries. It’s a great event to just head out and people watch. Stop by shops like Brass Tap, Grapevine, or The Pump House while you’re at the event.

Humanities Festival: 

For the first time, the South Carolina Humanities Festival will be held in York County. With dozens of events each day, there’s plenty to choose from. Whether you’re looking to entertain the kids on the farm, learn about Rock Hill’s history, or catch a show, you need to check out the link for the full list of events.

Underexposed Film Festival yc:

The UFFyc is an award-winning international, independent short film festival that showcases the best in indie filmmaking. Screened films focus on strength in storytelling, and include Q&A sessions with the filmmakers afterwards. Films were submitted from 30+ countries across all 7 continents. For full schedule & more information, click the link above.

“Thanks, Rock Hill! In every way, you made our delegates feel comfortable and welcomed. That’s the key to a great conference.”

Charlie Presley

Group Travel Family founder