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Historical Association celebrates community’s music history with 'Spartanburg Speakeasy!'

February 25, 2015 | Press Releases

Spartanburg, SC — Dust off your flapper dresses and zoot suits for a roaring ‘20s evening at the "Spartanburg Speakeasy" as the Spartanburg County Historical Association celebrates the opening of its new Spartanburg Music History exhibit! The night's festivities will include Jazz Age music, hors d'oeuvres served at 1920s speakeasies, a special cocktail from Motte & Sons, the chance to learn The Charleston dance, and more! “Spartanburg Speakeasy” will take place on Friday, March 6, 6-8 p.m. at Spartanburg Regional History Museum at Chapman Cultural Center. Tickets can be reserved online at or purchased at the door for $15 for the public ages 21+ and $12 for SCHA members.

The Music History exhibit will run March 6-Nov. 1 at Spartanburg Regional History Museum, during which time the Spartanburg County Historical Association will host a variety of programs related to Spartanburg’s music history. For a full list of programs being offered, keep updated with the Historical Association's online calendar at

Spartanburg County Historical Association explores and preserves the region’s history by collecting and sharing the stories and artifacts of the people who shaped that history.  The Historical Association operates the Spartanburg Regional History Museum, the Seay House, the Historic Price House and Walnut Grove Plantation.

For more information about the Historical Association, visit our website at and “Like” us on Facebook at

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