Scene SC has a huge crush on the Indie Grits festival. We can’t hide it. We glow with affection every time we talk about it.
Just two years ago I had a small role in my cousins movie called Solid Country Gold, which ended up winning the peoples choice for Best Feature.
This year, you can not only be excited about the film festival, but the music is better than it has ever been.
This years festival will be headlined by South Carolina’s hottest band Toro Y Moi, with Valley Maker and Atlanta’s Mermaid’s opening the show.
The music side of the festival will kick off Wednesday April 13th at Immaculate Consumption with an Immaculate Underground Old Time Jam, with special musical guests, The Shaniqua Brown (Charleston), Sarah Bandy (Charleston), and another local band (to be announced).
Fork & Spoon Records Showcase
Fork and Spoon is one of our favorite local record labels and they’ll have some of their bands on showcase at Immaculate Consumption after the films are done for the day. Performing will be Coma Cinema, Those Lavendar Whales, Say Brother and Sweet Vans. Who knew that Sweet Vans was on Fork and Spoon?
After the films, Cassangles will be performing at The Whig.
Toro Y Moi will be performing at ReSale ReVue. This will be a welcome home for Chaz and the band as it is the last date on their tour for the new album released February 22. Opening the show will be Austin Crane’s Valley Maker and Mermaid’s from Atlanta.
Tickets will be $12