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Camp Rock, The Musical

23-25: Rock Hill Community Theatre is bringing to the stage a Disney Channel favorite! This new musical based on the hit Disney Channel Original Movies Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam will fire up your stage with over a dozen songs, including "This Is Me," "Can't Back Down," "It's On," and "We Rock." Directed by Susan Smith. Choreography by Corinne Chiusano. Community Performance Center. 249 E. Main Street, Rock Hill, SC. For tickets and more information, visit rockhilltheatre.org.

Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Arts

Sept. 18 – Oct. 2:  The 2011 Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Arts promises to be another show-stopping year, with some very exciting new additions. Headliner, Spyro Gyra will perform under the big tent in Brookgreen Gardens on Saturday, September 24th, kicking off an eclectic lineup of musical performances that includes a cappella group, Ball in the House; bluegrass favorite, The Kickin' Grass Band; The Charleston Chamber Opera and more. On Sunday, September 18, eight local art galleries, including the Cheryl Newby Gallery, will participate in a Gallery Crawl with exhibitions of local art, and to wrap up this year's event, the 2nd Annual Chalk Walk, on Sunday, October 2nd, will again feature well-known street artist Lee Jones. For tickets, visit pawleysmusic.com 

Old Town Blues & Jazz Festival

Sept. 29-October: Each October, the Arts Council of York County fills Old Town Rock Hill with some of the hottest blues and jazz entertainment around. Grab some street food and a cold beverage and tap your feet to the beat at this four-day music fest. For more information, visit yorkcountyarts.org.

Albino Skunk Music Festival

October 6-8: Just north of Greer lies the Skunk Farm, site of some of the best pickin' South Carolina has to offer. Billed as “the greatest show on dirt,” there’s more than just bluegrass, with a mix of music sure to please the ears. Come for the day or camp on site for the weekend. You may even see the white skunks that gave this festival its name. For more information, visit albinoskunk.com.