LIBERTY — Legendary Blues artist and native South Carolinian Mac Arnold will bring the Chicago blues to the Liberty Civic Auditorium on Oct. 28 when he is joined by Austin Brashier, Scotty Hawkins and Max Hightower.
Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues will electrify the stage in what’s sure to be a riveting blues performance. Tickets available at www.pcmow.org. Proceeds will benefit Pickens County Meals on Wheels.
“Meals on Wheels has a proven recipe for caring for our senior neighbors. We are a trusted community partner and our long-term success is because of the outstanding support we get from the local community,” said Meta Bowers, executive director of PCMOW. “Fundraising events are crucial to meeting our annual budget and ensure we can meet our commitment to those we serve. We are looking forward to an awesome concert event with Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues.”
Attendees will have the opportunity to get the full Mac Arnold Experience with an exclusive VIP meet and greet with Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues prior to the concert.
From 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., 150 ticketed guests ($50 each) will be treated to drinks and appetizers prepared from local ingredients and seasoned with a southern flare.
Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues will take the stage of the Liberty Civic Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. A world-class entertainment venue, the 600 seat venue provides an intimate setting for concerts and every seat is considered the “best seat in the house.” General admission is $25 and seating is on a first come first serve basis.
Arnold also has a passion for farming. One of 13 children, he was raised on a sharecropper’s farm in Ware Place. Upon retiring from show business, he returned to his roots to be an organic farmer in Pelzer.